The dust has long settled over Hoaxenhagen and we are all still alive. 50 Days To Save The World turned out to be merely alive in a combination of Gordoom’s head and the hand-wringing siren call of the Warmists. Despite ClimateGate and a growing body of evidence to the contrary, rather like a George Romero zombie, the hysteria of AGW just won’t die.
Consider this BBC “look back” over the conference – when schools around the world shared their views through Climate Change Interactive, a BBC World Class project with the British Council (which means you funded it both ways! Bonus!).
These are selected excerpts from the BBC site which make for scary reading in their drone-like rote. Of course these children are all being drip-fed with this nonsense by their respective education authorities, but as all 29 contributions are slavishly pro-AGW one has to ask: Were no non-conformist views submitted for this list? If none, were the BBC asking a balanced question or was a question framed to deliver these responses? Were the responses filtered to remove any sceptical input? And why does the BBC not inform children that there is a contrary school of thought…as a neutral news source should?
We believe that we’re affected by climate change because it seems like winter starts earlier.
Sleepy Hollow High School, New York State, USA
Many dust storms blow in the area where I live. There is dust everywhere. Mostly it is very hot, sometimes exceeding 50 degrees Celsius. The duration of summer is increasing.
Government Boys Middle School, Kamboh Nagar, Khanewal, Pakistan
I’ve noticed the water getting further up the side of the pier and the banks.
Sanday Community School, The Orkneys, Scotland
Bournemouth’s main industry is tourism and the wet, drab, grey summers we have been having recently, as well as our beaches are getting washed away with the storms are seriously affecting our income as a town.
Avonbourne School, Bournemouth, England
We are affected by climate change, because in winter it gets colder than before and hotter too in summer.
Al Baihani High Model School, Aden, Yemen
There are a couple of gems though. You’ve got to admire this entry:
There are no ‘seasons’ in our country; it’s just hot, hot, and hot!
Dhahran Ahliyya Schools, Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Erm, yep. “Saudi Arabia” was my clue. Steering into dangerous BBC waters we also have:
The only one who controls it is God.
Njad School, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
How did that one sneak past the BBC anti-Christian censors?
This continuous AGW propaganda is nonsense with a hat on.
Hat-tip to G.O.T. for the graphic, and this post crossed with John Horne Tooke mentioning it on the previous thread.