Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Media Scares Kids Then Marvels at Itself

Of course kids are worried. How could they not be? This is incredible. The media hypes and hypes the lie of manmade climate change for years, and schools start teaching it as gospel. Children begin to fear what they’re being told—the stupid misinformation that ‘we’re destroying the planet with capitalism.’ Then the news media polls them and reports their fears as news?!? Another instance of the news media conjuring the news out of thin air.

But we shouldn’t be too surprised. The media has often told us what to think and then polled us later on to ensure their indoctrination campaign was effective. It has worked for years. That’s what’s so interesting about the climate myth—people are rejecting it because they’re beginning to see the stupidity of it all, irrespective of the climate crusade playing out in certain media circles.

If the poll results don't match the agenda, they simply DO NOT report the results.

Remember this post that talked about how teachers must be allowed to teach our kids this climate fear garbage? I, for one, will be properly educating my children on what the media does and how people should think for themselves only after thorough research. This is true for anything—politics, issues, science, etc. Science is about debate AT IT’S CORE; I will teach my kids to never believe anyone who says that debate in science must be shutdown because one side of the debate has deemed itself ‘correct’ and that it is an unassailable ‘consensus.’ Remember that the mavericks in science are those who make history…not the consensuses.

Also notice the name of this web site: “” This site is run by Discovery (e.g., Discovery Channel, etc.), which is an open advocate of manmade climate change as unassailable truth. And as has been pointed out here and in several other places that the media refuses to address, manmade climate change is full of holes and quite assailable. It’s not, as the media pretends, a foregone conclusion.

No Kidding, One in Three Children Fear Earth Apocalypse

There's a new bogeyman lurking in the closet, and this one isn't imaginary. Us. One out of three children aged 6 to 11 fears that Ma Earth won't exist when they grow up, while more than half—56 percent—worry that the planet will be a blasted heath (or at least a very unpleasant place to live), according to a new survey.

Commissioned by Habitat Heroes and conducted by Opinion Research, the telephone survey polled a national sample of 500 American preteens—250 males and 250 females.

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