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Tuesday, 5 October 2010

The Russian Media have picked up on “ No Pressure”

A blood-filled short film scripted by leading British comedy screenwriter on behalf of the 10:10 environmental campaign has sparked outrage.

I would expect that means that the outrage really has reached a global audience.

If you haven’t seen it, Piers Corbyn comments.

Here’s the original

Nuff said.


  1. Splattergate is getting more msm coverage abroad than at home.

  2. The Piers Corbyn link doesn't appear to work.

  3. and i don't see why that's so outrageous, i've written a post on the subject, am rather pissed off by the British hypocrisy on the subject. So you'd rather spend your time criticizing the killing in a fiction than the killing of the planet (and its people)? sad, very sad

  4. This “carbon pollution” nonsense is driven by Climatism, the belief that man-made greenhouse gases are destroying Earth’s climate. In a debate at the Global Warming Forum at Purdue University on September 27, Dr. Susan Avery, President of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, was asked “What is the strongest empirical evidence that global warming is caused by man-made greenhouse gas emissions rather than natural causes?” Neither Dr. Avery nor Dr. Robert Socolow of Princeton, who also presented, could provide an answer, except the ambiguous “There is lots of evidence.” In fact, Climatism is based largely on computer model projections. There is no empirical evidence that man-made greenhouse gases are the primary cause of global warming. According to Dr. Frederick Seitz, past President of the National Academy of Sciences, “Research data on climate change do not show that human use of hydrocarbons is harmful. To the contrary, there is good evidence that increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is environmentally helpful.”

    As Joanne Nova, Australian author, points out: “Everything on your dinner table—the meat, cheese, salad, bread, and soft drink—requires carbon dioxide to be there. For those of you who believe carbon dioxide is a pollutant, we have a special diet: water and salt.” So the next time you drink a beer or eat a meal, beware of that “dangerous carbon pollution.”


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