Friday, 26 October 2012

Warmist David Attenborough openly hoping for a disaster to hit North America

Attenborough hoping for a disaster

Naturalist - and warmist - David Attenborough is desperately hoping for a "disaster" to happen in "the most powerful nation in the world, North America" in order to wake up the climate heretics:

One of the world's leading naturalists has accused US politicians of ducking the issue of climate change because of the economic cost of tackling it and warned that it would take a terrible example of extreme weather to wake people up to the dangers of global warming.
Speaking just days after the subject of climate change failed to get a mention in the US presidential debates for the first time in 24 years, Sir David Attenborough told the Guardian: "[It] does worry me that most powerful nation in the world, North America, denies what the rest of us can see very clearly [on climate change]. I don't know what you do about that. It's easier to deny."
Asked what was needed to wake people up, the veteran broadcaster famous for series such as Life and Planet Earth said: "Disaster. It's a terrible thing to say, isn't it? Even disaster doesn't do it. There have been disasters in North America, with hurricanes and floods, yet still people deny and say 'oh, it has nothing to do with climate change.' It visibly has got [something] to do with climate change."
It is very sad indeed that Attenborough (and so many other enviro-fundamentalists agree with him) is openly expressing a wish for something terrible to happen to people. Attenborough even admits that "it's a terrible thing to say". But why does he say it? Although Attenborough lately has recognised the possibility that God could exist, a Christian would not hope for something bad to happen to fellow human beings anywhere. 

3 comments:

A K Haart said...

"It is very sad indeed that Attenborough (and so many other enviro-fundamentalists agree with him) is openly expressing a wish for something terrible to happen to people."

It is sad. I've never had a very high opinion of his intellect, although he has always been a fine presenter.

garymount said...

The idea that climate change will take place because the earth's temperature has increased from 288 point something k to 288 point something just a little warmer, will cause the climate to change in everyway but good, seems rather silly.
Note that the climate has not actually been observed to have changed yet during our recorded history. Even the IPCC says so with their latest report.

Russell Cook said...

" ... It's easier to deny.... "

Pure unmitigated projection. What our friends on the Al Gore side deny in the most spectacular fashion is the way in which intelligent people are free to ask tough questions like "how are you certain that human-induced CO2 is the primary driver of whatever 'change' we seeing?"

They are even more spectacularly in denial of how damaging it looks when their side consistently runs from debate and calls its critics "crooks" without a scintilla of evidence to back up that accusation.