The BBC Preaches Climate Change In The Day Of The Triffids And The UK Met Office Get It Wrong Again

BBC manage to put Climate Change propaganda into anything

Nothing is safe from the Church of Climatology’s believers, including remakes of John Wyndham’s classic the Day of the Triffids. The BBC have done a  remake of Day of the Triffids, part 1 was shown last night, with part 2 tonight. As a child Aardvark enjoyed the 1950’s film with Howard Keel, so a new version with modern day effects has got to be better, well in theory anyway.

The BBC version is loosely based on the book, in so much as most people are blind and there are big mobile flesh eating plants everywhere. The CGI effects are very good and it was throughly enjoyable until suddenly the reason for the Triffids was Climate Change, specifically Global Warming. A quick pause and replay confirmed that the AGW lie was being pushed by the BBC not only in fact, but also in fiction; which is where Anthropogenic Global Warming belongs anyway.
The Triffids are now being farmed as they produce clean oil, this was cited in the script as the farming of Triffids stopped the burning of fossil fuels and thus caused an end to Global Warming, the script then continued to say that the cessation of burning fossil fuels has caused Global Cooling, which is ironic to say the very least.

Later on it is again repeated that the human race is this mess because of Global Warming/Climate Change; the Church of Climatology spreads it’s message of fear not only in debunked science but also in fiction the message is being preached.

The BBC is known for broadcasting Sophisticated Government Climate Change Propaganda in the guise of pseudo scientific fact, what is a very rapid step up, is the attempted indoctrination  of the AGW lie in works of fiction, expect more.

The Met Office whose predictions about impending doom in 2050 have dropped their second predictive clanger of the year, it’s going to be a mild winter.

April 30th 2009 Met Office predict barbecue summer

July 29th 2009 Met Office admits “barbecue summer is off”

October 2009 Met Office predict that Britain will have milder than average winter

December 2009 It’s colder than it has been for years

This is the Met Office who can’t predict the weather 3 months in advance without being 100% wrong, how can their predictions for 40 years from now be taken seriously?

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About Tory Aardvark

Climate Realist, Conservative and proud NRA member. I don't buy into the Man Made Global Warming Scam, science is never settled. @ToryAardvark on Twitter ToryAardvark on Facebook

Posted on December 29, 2009, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, BBC, Climategate, Fear, Green Lies, Green Taxation, Social Engineering and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Was ok but not as good as the 6 part BBC Triffid affair from the 80’s! No mention of Global warming in that one that I can remember. Will catch the second part tonight. Drinking game: Every time they mention global warming neck three fingers worth 😉

  2. I must poınt out that ın the book the trıffıds are beıng farmed, Although I dont thınk there was any mentıon of global warmıng. the hero was ın hospıtal after beıng stung across the face by a trıffıd, at the farm he worked on. Unfortunately I have mıssed thıs, as I am not about at the moment.

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