Daily Kos Editor Says Global Warming Skeptics Should Commit Suicide
This is how the left treats those with whom they disagree, folks. Daily Kos contributing editor and Examiner.com writer Steven Andrew has suggested that anyone that disagrees with the globaloney of global warming should commit suicide in a “Soylent Green world.”
In his examiner column headlined, “Studies Show Dramatic Decrease in Plankton,” Andrew made what he called a “symbolic suggestion” that might “be in bad taste.”
After railing that skeptic Steve Millroy “regularly carpet bombs newspaper editorial pages with climate change disinformation,” Andrew then makes his “suggestion.”
Right about here I’d like to insert a symbolic suggestion about how climate change skeptics might best serve their fellow man in the future Soylent Green world they’re eagerly foisting on the rest of us. I’d like to, but the Examiner Overlords feel this would be in bad taste, no pun intended, so you’ll have to use your imagination. In the words of Kent Brockman, I for one welcome our overlords …
For those not familiar with the the 1973 movie, Soylent Green, the film portrays a distopian future where elderly citizens commit assisted suicide and their bodies get turned into food for an over populated world. Andrew is clearly hoping that his ideological opponents kill themselves.
It has become typical of adherents of the religion of globaloney to want to burn heretics at the stake and Steven Andrew appears to want to be considered a high priest of the faith. It’s a nouveau Spanish Inquisition fostered by the true believes of the enviro-left, folks, and they have You in their cross hairs.
(A screen shot in case the page goes down the memory hole can be downloaded HERE)
(Originally posted at GatewayPundit.com)
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