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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

High priestess Wong to "burn sceptics at stake"

Wong has been called the High Priestess before, and punishment for heresy the obvious next step, as Liberal Senator David Bushby pointed out:
"There is no doubt that she approaches such heretical behaviour as if she was the high priestess of the religion," he told the Senate on Tuesday night.

"If she was allowed to, I suspect she would like to burn at the stake all who dare question the truth of the science behind climate change."

Senator Bushby said extreme weather events such as hurricanes, droughts and bushfires were occurring less severely than in the past.

"I have no choice but to refuse to believe what I am told is true, and to declare myself a sceptic when it comes to the issue of mankind's impact on the climate."

Excellent - another one joins the party! However, on a much more distasteful note, that pitiful excuse for a Premier, Nathan Rees, has opened his not inconsiderably sized mouth and placed a size 11 boot in it, by comparing climate sceptics to "Nazi appeasers" - how charming - the alarmists can use that one when they're not branding us "Holocaust deniers":
In a speech about good policy based on good science [Ha, Rees wouldn't know good policy or good science if they came and smacked him in the head], Mr Rees said it was important not to ignore the messages scientists were giving about the environment.

''The threat of climate change is catastrophic [it certainly is if you're a pea-brained pollie who believes every word the IPCC says]. In fact, the current wave of climate change scepticism smacks of 1930s-style appeasement: 'Hide under the blankets and it will go away'. But it won't go away.''

The election in NSW just can't come soon enough.

Read it here and here.

2 Comments:

  • Does anyone know what the actual carbon footprint would be for burning someone at the stake? Senator Wrong faces a not-inconsiderable moral dilemma on this issue. Maybe between her and Al Gore they could come up with a suitable offsets program.

    By Anonymous Eloi, At August 19, 2009 at 6:12 PM  

  • Hilarious! I guess it would be about the same as a rotting camel carcass, having been shot in the head by Krudd's Camel Squad...

    By Blogger Simon from Sydney, At August 20, 2009 at 10:20 PM  

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