Guardian: We’re All Gonna Die!

High gas prices are making people more aware of the extravagant costs associated with the global warming hoax. The facts that it hasn’t gotten any warmer for the last 10 years, and that there is no proven connection between human activity and the climate, have begun to seep through cracks in the complicit media. Consequently, the whole preposterous crisis is running out of gas.

But that’s no reason not to panic and demand draconian solutions to nonexistent problems. What else can hoaxers do but wave their arms and scream?

You might want to put some cotton in your ears; here goes Oliver Tickell of the Guardian, who claims that the temperature’s going up by 4°C:

Global warming on this scale would be a catastrophe that would mean, in the immortal words that Chief Seattle probably never spoke, “the end of living and the beginning of survival” for humankind. Or perhaps the beginning of our extinction.

The sea will rise 70–80 meters. There will be the usual Biblical apocalypse stuff, droughts, floods, hurricanes, et cetera. But Tickell admits that the farcical Kyoto treaty was a waste of time, and that the biofuels boondoggle has increased dreaded greenhouse gases while also causing a food crisis.

There’s only one alternative to the extinction of the human race. Conveniently for the lefties at the Guardian, it’s totalitarian moonbattery. Tickell shouts that we must “place a single global cap on greenhouse gas emissions” and “commit hundreds of billions of dollars per year to finance adaption to climate change, especially in poor countries.”

In other words, there must be global totalitarian control over all human activity and massive transfers of wealth from those who create it to those who don’t, so that we can all be equal under the benevolent boot of Big Brother.

If we submitted to liberals’ dystopian dreams, we wouldn’t be humans anymore anyway, but something more like farm animals, so we may as well take our chances with extinction.

On a tip from mega. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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