Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Art Of Science Fiction

Our Near-Death Experience at the Hands of Global Warming Alarmists


History is rife with examples of the value hindsight could offer were it not so aptly named, for its very nomenclature suggests the tardiness by which it is presented. The utter destruction of many past societies, when examined by the cooler heads of historians, could have been easily averted if only the participants at the time had the benefit of such counsel.

In the computer age, it must be acknowledged that hackers and writers of malicious code are usually of the criminal element, certainly. But when the unscrupulous stumble upon a scheme more nefarious than their own, and when they expose it for the good of their fellow Earthly inhabitants, I believe that some leniency may be in order.

The people responsible for the release of the incriminating emails of the perpetrators of the Global Warming Scam may have done more to save the Free World than they realized. Of course I could be wrong. They may very well have known exactly what they were doing, which to me would only enhance my gratitude to them. Unfortunately, the American media establishment suddenly sprouted "consciences" and refuse to report on this major development because the source is tainted. Please...

So very near to their goal of a New World Order were these alleged scientists and their accomplices that carelessness got the better of them. They were on a clear, unobstructed trajectory - on auto pilot - to the landing strip; Copenhagen. Then someone spilled their beverage on the console and the plane demanded human attention, but those in the cockpit were novices. It seems that the folks in the tower had it right all along.

As for those who squawked the loudest about this myth, even the antithesis to Lord Monckton, George Monbiot, was humiliated as he stated, "It’s no use pretending that this isn't a major blow. The emails extracted by a hacker from the climatic research unit at the University of East Anglia could scarcely be more damaging. I am now convinced that they are genuine, and I’m dismayed and deeply shaken by them." Monbiot mentions the illegality of this bombshell but still concedes that "there are some messages that require no spin to make them look bad."

The entire argument that "the science is settled" has been erased in a swift revelation by some person or group of people who will be classified in the coming days as being anywhere between the unprincipled to the intrepid. To be sure, the left will attempt to fixate the public's attention on the actions of the hackers to deflect from the broader issue of what they have discovered. It seems that the media today is less interested in truth and more cognizant of what would be considered admissible evidence.

Nevertheless, the damage inflicted thus far is damning to the tyrannical and a blessing to free people. Thankfully, our population seems to have recently awakened from a warm, comfortable slumber and will no longer tolerate the dictation of news dissemination by once-noble news sources that have long ago watched their own souls depart in nearly transparent, ghostly vapors. While it admittedly took the shock of having our nightcovers suddenly ripped off of us on a cold night, we have the political opposition to thank.

Nothing like a cold slap in the face to revive the contest.

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1 comment:

dweebles said...

Great Piece. But NO comments from the rudely awakened?