Sunday, May 3, 2009

Wacko Plan: Stop Using Words ‘Global Warming’

So, since ‘global warming’ as a social reprogramming scheme is falling on deaf ears, what is the environmental movements’ plan to save anthropogenic global warming from the dustbin of similar overhyped nothings like swine flu, Y2K, bird flu, and SARS? Why, change the name, of course!

In other words, they wish to CONCEAL their real intentions to keep the dream of government control of your consumption habits in check (i.e., restrict capitalism and replace with socialism). The best way to obscure one’s real intentions is to play the ‘name game,’ a subject with which these slime are all too familiar.

My brothers, sisters, and I—those of us who fight global warming stupidity in the blogosphere because no one in the mainstream media will do it—will be there to resist this clandestine operation, however. No matter what one changes the name to, if one insinuates that manmade carbon dioxide is fueling a new doomsday, we’ll be there to excoriate all shaggy-haired liberals who hype such BS.

Seeking to Save the Planet, With a Thesaurus

WASHINGTON — The problem with global warming, some environmentalists believe, is “global warming.”

The term turns people off, fostering images of shaggy-haired liberals, economic sacrifice and complex scientific disputes, according to extensive polling and focus group sessions conducted by ecoAmerica, a nonprofit environmental marketing and messaging firm in Washington.

Instead of grim warnings about global warming, the firm advises, talk about “our deteriorating atmosphere.” Drop discussions of carbon dioxide and bring up “moving away from the dirty fuels of the past.” Don’t confuse people with cap and trade; use terms like “cap and cash back” or “pollution reduction refund.”

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