Global Warming Nut Wishes for “Extreme Weather Event” to Kill Thousands of “Middle-Class White People”

Global Warming Nut Wishes for “Extreme Weather Event” to Kill Thousands of “Middle-Class White People”

I’ve always believed that “climate change” fanatics have ulterior motives besides saving the planet. They use it as justification to control how we live, eat, reproduce, travel, et cetera. And few quotes capture their authoritarian nature better than this one: “I’d like nothing better than if thousands of middle-class white people died in an extreme weather event–preferably one with global warming’s fingerprints on it.”

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The quote is from a site called “Climate Nuremberg.” That’s right, these people believe that ignoring “global warming” is a greater evil than the Holocaust–and they’re itching to teach skeptics (preferably white ones) a lesson.

Part of being a science communicator is hoping a natural disaster kills as many members of the audience as possible, as soon as possible, with as much media exposure as possible. As a communicator myself, I’d like nothing better than if thousands of middle-class white people died in an extreme weather event–preferably one with global warming’s fingerprints on it. Live on cable news. Tomorrow…The hardest thing about communicating the deadliness of the climate problem is that it isn’t killing anyone.

Emphasis mine. There you have it, straight from the source: “Global warming” fanatics applaud human death and destruction. Disasters like Hurricane Katrina or the 2004 tsunami put a smile on their faces. (If only they had killed more white people!) They love polar bears and rain forests, but hate people. How’s that for evil?

Also see: The 25 Best Quotes About Liberals

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