“Whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.” Mark 9, 42
Optimized by JPEGmini 22.214.171.124672532 0x30e58f93On November 1, COP 26 will open in Glasgow. On that day, the UN’s Climate Change roadshow will begin its latest parade of propaganda, inflated by new fears and new predictions of more approaching catastrophes, all dressed up as ‘science’. And right on cue, the formerly sceptical British prime minister, Boris Johnson, was there at the UN’s annual General Assembly last month to promote the mysterious diktats of an environmental ideology few believe in anymore, except for cultish activists and media minions still committed to frightening us all into submission.
Am I wrong? Have Canadian voters lost interest in the cause? If not, how does one explain last month’s Green Party electoral wipe-out? A rejection so total that even Green Party leader Annamie Paul who, with only 2.3 percent support for her party, finished a distant fourth in her own race in Toronto Centre and resigned her seat, leaving just two Green MPs to carry on the fight. Is that the result of a nation obsessed with man-made climate change? Is that a vote of faith from a nation which, having witnessed the economic carnage inflicted by Ontario Liberal Green fanatics Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne, still believes the environmental dogma pounding on their nervous systems for decades? Is that the result of a nation approving the bankrupting of oil rich Alberta in the name of clean energy? The pantheistic obsessions of the nation’s prime minister notwithstanding?