Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Stephen Sackur - No Sucker

Watts Up With That has a most revealing post on the apparent 'back-tracking' of a press release, issued by Greenpeace, warning that the Arctic would be 'ice-free' by 2030 and that Greenpeace 'emotionalize issues'.

So, at last, one environmental group has admitted to having tried to 'con' the people with false statements, whilst also appealing to the 'scare' factor.

Not only have the environmentalists tried to 'emotionalize' us with false data, but more importantly using these 'tactics', they have built up a massive multi-million pound 'industry' - for which we, the people, are paying and will continue to do so for some time.

No wonder politicians talk 'crap' when they believe 'crap'!

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