Friday, March 15, 2013

Not Falling For The Global Warming Propaganda?...Krugman Thinks You're A Sinner

By, Chris Rossini

The selection of a new Pope must still be on Paul Krugman's mind.

Perhaps he's a little jealous that he wasn't up for the job.

Observe Krugman's holy skills when it comes to doubting global warming:
You can deny global warming (and may you be punished in the afterlife for doing so — this kind of denial for petty personal or political reasons is an almost inconceivable sin).
Environmentalists have been peeved for awhile now. Other than in Obama's rosy speeches (that mean nothing) the President doesn't give the environmentalists the edicts that they so badly crave....bans, bans, and even more bans.

Krugman's merely putting the feelings of desperation into words.

So, if you're a global warming skeptic, send Krugman an email. Ask him to please keep you in his prayers:



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10 comments:

  1. I've said it before, I say it again - BAT SHIT crazy...

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  2. I've been following Krugman since my freshman year in college when my professor basically wanted us to kiss his feet (thankfully, my bullshit alarm went off, common sense kicked in, and I found the Austrian school)

    What I'm seeing as of late if the the Kroog-mon seems to be getting deeper and deeper into his own delusions. They're happening with greater frequency and pushing the envelope of absurd. I do not see this as a good sign.

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  3. At the risk of stating the obvious, the whole climate change phenomenon is a scam. Its intent is simple: to destroy any last vestige of property rights and allow statists to centrally plan and control all the world's resources.

    Since Krugman is an unabashed statist, he sees this nonsense as a way of conning people into ceding their rights. They can't demonstrate their ability to successfully plan at the nation-state level, as it has failed miserably every time it has been tried, so it must be done through scare-mongering and repeated propaganda.

    With so many people having been "educated" in government run schools, I'd say there's a better than average chance the Krugman's of the world will get their wish. The results would likely involve massive starvation and impoverishment never before seen.

    The question is: will the rest of us allow these control freaks to succeed?

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    1. Notice how they call it "climate change" instead of "global warming" lately. Seems like this happened when we had record winters a year ago.

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  4. My email to Paul - I'm sure he will be quick to respond

    Paul

    You're quite an incredulous individual. Do you like how I used the word "individual"? I would imagine that reading the word "individual" applied to you would be like garlic to Dracula. Yet, despite your collectivist mantra, your status as an individual has not changed.

    Please continue to pray for my family and me as we do not bow to the alter of Krugman, government or the earth. Likewise, I will keep you in my prayers as your hopeless reliance upon government and faulty science will one day be your demise. I will leave you with some words of wisdom from the late great Carlin "the planet is just fine, the people are screwed".

    Kind regards,

    Josh

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  5. So let me see if I understand this correctly. You guys do not think that polluting the earth and destroying the ozone layer with scientifically proven greenhouse gases caused by our industries and cars, could ever possibly destroy our planet? Like slowly burning a piece of paper, but that paper is infinite and will never stop burning right? is that what you think our planet is like? The planet is just as alive as we are, for fucks sake we came from it. Ignorant fucks.

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    1. don't know if its alive as such or not, but there definitely a process going on and as part of that process naturally occurring volcanoes are adding to greenhouse gases in quantities oil companies could only dream of.

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  6. Aah, I didn't get your point til the end. What an incisive analysis you offer. Your conclusion is nothing short of brilliant.
    Kettle, meet pot.

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  7. I have come to the conclusion that we all have a little blame global warming and its consequences and guilt even more politicians who do not slow down.
    http://www.globalwarmingweb.com/

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