Mark Kinver, as I have pointed out before, is as fervent a BBC greenie as Richard Black and Roger Harrabin, if not more so. And here he is, given a political platform to comment on the Cancun so-called agreement. First he is worried that no “legally binding” deal was reached (that is, he is sad that we have not had billions of pounds of taxes imposed on us); second, he reports comment from the greenie extremist blog 350 or Bust (which believes that more snow is a sure sign of AGW), but – surprise, surprise – not from any of the sceptical commentators who have summarised the outcome of Cancun; and thirdly, he appears to think that a “twitter-storm” from disaffected youth (who know the truth about AGW) was responsible for keeping Chris Huhne at Cancun rather than dashing home to vote over student financing. Mr Kinver also appears (on my reading of his phrasing) to think that the attack on Camilla by these self-same students was rather amusing and inconsequential.

I have news for Mr Kinver. Chris Huhne stayed in Cancun for the reasons that our bloated politicians attend these junkets; he’s addicted to power and enjoys putting his fat, greedy snout in the trough. It’s true that he’s also a fanatic eco-fascist, but the idea that he would make decisions about his schedule because students are worried about global warming is risible in the extreme.

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3 Responses to TWITTERING AWAY….

  1. Backwoodsman says:

    Another Farming Today , another heart rending piece about how the ‘coalition cuts’ are going to cause thousands to die, because apparently there will be no footpath officers.
    How about a few reports on all the rural services we could enjoy, like the  sight of a gritter , or a bus, if the local government unfunded pension deficit hadn’t ballooned to 100 billion pounds in the last three years of the labour government ?
     Beeboids seem to want to keep the local govt pension  deficit off the agenda, strange !!


  2. Beeboidal says:

    On TV, on the radio, on the web, in news, in current affairs, in documentaries, in drama, in soaps and in comedy, so also in special interest programmes like Faming Today. The BBC goes in for full spectrum bias.


  3. John Horne Tooke says:

    How many eco-loons does the BBC employ? 

    “The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly – it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over”

    Joseph Goebbels