Give a number of climate alarmist monkeys a typewriter, and inevitably, in due course, they will come up with new, ever more fantastical, predictions about how we are all going to suffer. Here, yet again, the BBC is giving full throttle to a doomster weather forecast, this time that there are going to be more mudslides on the railway network because it will be drier and wetter. It makes a change, I suppose, from leaves on the line, or that persistent wrong kind of snow. But who do these clowns think they are, especially as such projections are based on suspect models and slanted climate records, and thus can easily be debunked as a load of baloney.

Of course, the BBC takes not one jot of notice of the flaws, and it does not ask whose money is being wasted in these hot air exercises. If the Cleggerons halted all the expenditure on alarmism and put it instead into more jail places, Britain would be a lot better place!

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12 Responses to WRONG KIND OF MUD

  1. Martin says:

    Yet more bollocks from the BBC.


  2. Cassandra King says:

    I suppose they will be trying to work out how the coming bitter winter that IS on the way can be blamed on ‘catastrophic anthropomorphic global warming AKA global climate disruption’.

    There will be Black/Shukman/Harrabinladen in conference with their axis partners from the brokeback coalition/FoE/greenpiss/WWF et al working out the next round of lies and deceptions to be hosed on the public with ever more ridiculous and far fetched assertions and links.

    There is a lot of money at stake here for these fraudsters and power and control for the political classes. This Satanic axis of corrupt political and tranzi and ecofascist and carpet bagger corporate vermin have found their golden goose and they aint about to just let it go because of little inconvenient thing like the truth and reality.
    Too much money and too much power is at stake and the filthy vile scum who rule our lives have a Kung Fu death grip on their little enterprise and they have a multi billion dollar scam going. These criminals are nothing more than a mafia gang.


    • Cassandra King says:

      Oooops :-[ !

      That should read ‘anthropogenic’ NOT anthropomrphic which is a different animal altogether :-E


      • Natsman says:

        Cassandra, even “anthropomrphic” sounds a bit dodgy, is it a condition suffered by royalty?


  3. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Where are all those increasingly horrible hurricanes we were promised?


    • Demon1001 says:

      Plenty of Hot Air been vented the way of the USA, from the BBC, up to last year.


  4. Martin says:

    Funny actually as Harrabin’s twat like face hasn’t been seen on the BBC for a while, at least I can keep my food down now.


  5. hippiepooter says:

    I may well be being somewhat dense here, but while I understand what has been quoted can be given the *appearance of bias, how does it actually make her biased?

    I say this, recognising that the Christine O’Donnell comment added to the appearance.


  6. John Horne Tooke says:

    What this boils down to is: If we get more rain. This may lead to railway embankments sliding.

    There is nothing at all here that is shattering news.

    And why does the BBC use the generic term “scientsist” for everyone.

    “Scientists predict that such wet winters will become more common in the future, raising fears that climate change could result in “travel chaos”.

    Which scientists?  All of them. What type of scientist? Social Scientists?  I have an MSc therefore I am a scientist  and I say that climate change is natural and not made any worse or better by some trace gas that plants breath in and we breath out. Now print that Black!!


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      It’s the same scientists who told us via the BBC that there were going to be a lot more hurricanes, and they would be even more devastating than ever.


  7. John Horne Tooke says:

    Does the BBC link to this study on the page?  I want to see this PHd students briliiant report that calls for me to pay more tax. I cannot seem to find the link.  Yet the new BBC guidelines states that.

    “In news stories inline links must go to primary sources only– eg scientific journal article or policy report”


    But when has the BBC followed its own guidelines.


  8. tinks says:

    It’s tiresome isn’t it?

    There is so much money involved now and such dissonance that the pressure is on to tweak and reinvent the message.

    The ends justify the means, what is worrying is that The Cleggerons are part of the scam, facilitating it, Either played or just plain evil.

    It’s not as if there is any incontrovertible evidence that can be retrospectively applied.