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Someone Should Tell Obama That The Flat Earth Society Believes In AGW

Flat Earther is another term used by warming alarmists to denigrate those that do not believe in Climate Religion.

Flat Earther is another term used by warming alarmists to denigrate those that do not believe in Climate Religion or fear CO2.

Denier, Climate Contrarian and an old favorite not heard since the UNFCCC Copenhagen COP15 fiasco, flat earther, all terms used by the socialists and Greens to try to discredit those that believe science is about observed empirical evidence, not a sheep like pseudo scientific consensus.

You can tell a lot about a disparaging term, by looking at those that throw the term around, in this case flat earther was a popular slur for one James Gordon Brown, the worst British PM in 200 years. When Brown’s hysterically funny 50 Days to Save World speech crashed and burned in the run up to COP15, and then when COP15 followed suit, Brown started calling everyone who did not believe in the AGW scam flat earthers.

Gordon Brown has enough issues to be a case study for any psychology student after a PhD, famous for being absolutely right about everything in his own mind as was seen by the slip in a speech Brown made in the House of Commons where he claimed to have saved the world, before quickly correcting himself, those that disagreed with the great man had to dodge a barrage of flying Nokias in Downing Street.

Brown was under no illusions he was unelectable he either dodged or chickened out of any election that came his way, until finally he ran out of time and the voters passed judgement on the Great Man who promised he had abolished Boom and Bust. Anyone delusional enough to believe they have abolished Boom and Bust would naturally believe in the politically motivated scientific consensus of Anthropogenic Global Warming.

Now as the Boy King in the US, Barry Obama tries to by-pass the democratic process with his Climate Change agenda the term flat earther has been dusted off and wheeled out again: Read the rest of this entry