Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Richard Glover: No Question Marks

"Surely it's time for climate-change deniers to have their opinions forcibly tattooed on their bodies."
So asks Sydney Morning Herald columnist Richard Glover, without question mark; of course readers need not ask whether he is aware of the 70 year old shadow he is dancing in. What I would ask, however, would be whether his awareness extended to the historical significance of the date on which that piece was published.

Via Lynne at CCIZ.


  1. I swear these AGW guys are their own worst nightmares. I can't think of a worst way to sell it. It's very illuminating when you can get the to drop their guard and say what they really want. Turton mocked me for saying following the AGW advice would lead to subsistence farming serfdom controlled by a powerful elite, then outlines a plan that would lead to such a thing.

  2. "I can't think of a worst way to sell it."

    Depends who they're selling it to. What do you think schools and universities are for?


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