In a few weeks you will have an opportunity to see an important film called “Not Evil Just Wrong.”
It’s a film about the anthropogenic global warming scam, and you can see a trailer for it below.
I’ve been hearing about this film for a year or more now. I have to admit, while I’ve know for years that the theory of anthropogenic global warming is a pure load of baloney, the title of the film has never set quite right with me.
I think I know the reason the filmmakers chose that title, but my internal accuracy module just has a problem with it that, while I can hit the reset button in my head and appreciate the truth this brings to the public square about this issue, I can’t seem to completely ignore.
You see, I know the global warming fanatics are wrong. They are so wrong that a clear-headed six-year-old can see it. You have to be deeply indoctrinated with a mixture of science-worship, socialism, loathing of capitalism, and more than a little ignorance to buy the garbage Al Gore and his cronies have been peddling.
If Greenland was warm enough 1,000 years ago (when there were no SUVs or power plants) to be colonized by the Vikings and sustain vineyards, then the current state of the climate (when most of Greenland is covered by ice) cannot rationally be blamed on human activity.
If temperature data going back hundreds of years (long before there were SUVs driven by evil capitalists) tracks with solar activity (and it does) including colder and warmer periods, then the current global temperatures cannot rationally be blamed on human activity.
If NASA data agrees with other data that solar activity is cyclic and corresponds to global temperature (and it does), then the current global temperatures cannot rationally be blamed on human activity.
When we see solar activity diminish, and we see global temperatures level off correspondingly (while human industrial activity has not diminished), then recent global warming cannot be rationally blamed on human activity.
If historical examination of the Peruvian ice cap shows higher global temperatures in the past (when there were no SUVs and coal-burning power plants), then the current global temperatures cannot rationally be blamed on human activity.
If other planets like Mars and Jupiter (where there are no evil capitalist-driven SUVs and coal-burning power plants) are warming, too (and they are), then current global temperatures on earth cannot be rationally blamed on human activity.
Even the claims of Gore and other earth-worshippers that there is “consensus” and this is “settled science” are a farce, with thousands of scientists refusing to drink the Koolaid and scientific organizations around the world declaring the emperor has no clothes, blowing claims of “consensus” completely out of the water.
In other words, if we open our eyes and take a look around us and at history, and we see global temperatures and temperature changes in the past that obviously had nothing to do with human industrial activity (because there was no industrial activity), it quickly becomes apparent that the theory of anthropogenic global warming is ludicrous in the extreme.
So, back to my reservations about the name of the film “Not Evil Just Wrong.” While I admit that human beings can be mind-bogglingly stupid and blind, and while I also admit that certain spiritual influences can blind people to facts that should otherwise be obvious, I have to ask myself: can Al Gore and his apostles really be this stupid (i.e. really just this wrong)?
Now perhaps some everyday Americans, busy with their lives and simply not taking the time to educate themselves about the facts, could gobble up what they’re fed by the “mainstream” media and pop culture and be unquestioningly wrong. But what about the people who are highly educated, who walk daily within the spheres of information and knowledge: can they have all the facts at hand and still be this stupid?
Maybe they can. However, I find it considerably more likely they know darn well that what they’re peddling is pure horse manure. Which makes them liars–liars on a never before seen scale. They are liars and deceivers who threaten people’s livelihood, the security of our nation, the modern conveniences that also provide our modern public health infrastructure, and so much more.
Someone who would push a deception that would cost millions of jobs, reverse our development and point us back toward the disease-ridden cesspool environments of the past, and lock huge areas of the world in captivity to disease and poverty…I have to ask myself: is this not merely wrong, but evil?
And I cannot avoid the inescapable conclusion that, yes, they are evil. They care not a whit about the average human being outside their elitist circle, only about their utopian ideals, and if a few million (or billion) people have to die horrific deaths to get there, so be it.
So, while I think the title of the film misses the mark, based on the information in the trailer (below) and on their website, I would encourage you to see the film and tell others about it.
Global warming fanatics are on the verge of pointing the world back into the dark ages, and doing so based on a lie. We must dispel the darkness of ignorance so that the free people of our great nation (and throughout the world) can laugh these people out of town on a tricycle.
From the synopsis:
Global warming alarmists want Americans to believe that humans are killing the planet. But Not Evil Just Wrong, a new documentary by Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, proves that the only threats to America (and the rest of the world) are the flawed science and sky-is-falling rhetoric of Al Gore and his allies in environmental extremism.
The film drives home the realities of that extremism. “Turn off your lights. Turn off your heat when you get cold. Turn off your air when you get hot,” one man on the street says. “And then think about that.”
Not Evil Just Wrong warns Americans that their jobs, modest lifestyles and dreams for their children are at stake. Industries that rely on fossil fuels will be crippled if the government imposes job-killing regulations on an economy already mired in recession. Small towns in the heartland, like Vevay, Ind., will become bastions of unemployment and poverty. Breadwinners like Tim McElhany in Vevay will lose their jobs — and will have to start borrowing money again just to buy bread for their families.
The damage that would be wrought is unjustified by the science. Not Evil Just Wrong exposes the deceptions that experts, politicians, educators and the media have been force-feeding the public for years. Man-made pollution is not melting the polar icecaps. The ocean will not rise 20 feet in a flash. And the only polar bears dying because of man are the ones who try to eat men.