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The answer is yes. No matter what Britney does, she usually keeps her mind occupied with her music career or the messed up relationships she gets involved in. She has just enough smarts to stay away from the planet-saving business.
On the other hand, Daryl Hannah is heavily involved in every imaginable environmental scam. I have no idea whether she believes in that garbage or her activism is just a desperate attempt to save her dying movie career.
Whatever the reason, as soon as she opens her mouth, her limited mental abilities make a total mockery of her cause. After being arrested Washington, D.C., while protesting the construction of an oil pipeline from Canada, she appeared last night on FOX to defend the protesters. What a great opportunity to teach that right-winger Bill O’Reilly a lesson about true environmentalism!
Yet all she could deliver was an incoherent rambling about renewable energy sources (that still don’t exist). And then she revealed than there was a WHOLE TOWN in the USA, which relied on wind for its electric supply.
Maybe she still lives in that imaginary Greek world with plenty of sun and people who don’t work (do you remember Summer Lovers? But even the Greeks went broke with that nature-compliant lifestyle.
All that idiots like Hannah bring to the USA is misery and more money in the pockets of the Saudi barbarians, whose favourite pastime is wife-beating and beheading foreigners.
Her fake heroism got good coverage on American Thinker:
On Tuesday Daryl Hannah was arrested near the White House while protesting possible approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The Keystone XL project is designed to carry large quantities of oil from Canadian oil sands to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast. As such, the Keystone XL project is one of the most important steps America can take toward energy security. That seems like good reason to approve the pipeline, but environmentalists like Ms. Hannah are determined to block it.
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Well, only the first half of the title is true – at the recent G8 meeting Canada (along with the USA, Russia and Japan) informed the other countries that we are not going to join the second round of the carbon cuts insanity.
As of David Suzuki, it would have been nice if his outrage at that betrayal really forced him to move to Denmark, a country whose landscape has been “pleasantly” destroyed by the power producing windmills. Unfortunately, he is still here – where else, except in British Columbia, would he be able to find such a gullible audience for his environmental lunacy?
We’ll be condemned to watch for years to come his dreadful commercials promoting pigtail light bulbs, which are not only expensive, but also dangerous due to the mercury they contain.
Even with Suzuki remaining in Canada, the news is wonderful. The global warming scam has been mortally wounded. USA never took the Kyoto Protocol seriously – Bill Clinton signed it in 1997, but the Senate under him unanimously refused to implement it (ironically, the Agence France-Presse news claims that it was George W. Bush who refused the ratification, which is a lie, but in Europe Bush is guilty for everything).
The implementation of the carbon cuts in the Russian industry would be suicidal. Japan really tried to implement the requirements of the Protocol, but with the latest earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster, even the lip service to the environmental madness would be a catastrophe for the incompetent government of Naoto Kan. The country must first survive before shoving any green fraud schemes down the throats of its citizens.
As of Canada, Prime Minister Chretien signed it to show our “moral superiority” over the Yankee brutes, but had enough brains to do nothing about implementing the Protocol. During the last election campaign “Whorehouse Jack” Layton and the mad professor Michael Ignatieff tried to resurrect it, offering increased taxes and other green schemes, but you all know what happened in the end.
Of course, the die-hard supporters of the scam like Germany and the Scandinavian countries would persist for a while. Germany is going to close down all of its nuclear power plants and restrict the other “dirty” energy sources. Its government is trying to promote “reduced needs” among the population. That’s a nice dream in the heads of their Green Party idiots, but just wait and see when the industrial output falls and millions of people become unemployed. With such mistreatment of its own population, Germany would pave the way for a new Hitler. Do we really need to live through that all over again?
The most entertaining part of those environmental doomsday predictions is that they promise the demise of the world by a certain date. And the date never comes… I collect books with the predictions of famous psychics (like Jane Dixon) which were published in the 1960’s and 1970’s – the common thread in all of them is that none of their prediction for the future of our world came true.
You may say that now we deal with environmental scientists instead of psychics, but the result is exactly the same. A funny article appeared in Guardian in October 2005 claiming that by the year 2010 as many as 100 million people will live in areas, which are under sea level. Over 50 million of them would be forced to relocate, because their lands would be submerged. Among other things, the article stated that New Zealand has agreed to take in the whole population of the Polynesian nation of Tuvalu.
Nothing of that came true – the human impact on nature even today is minuscule. However, can you imagine the billions of dollars transferred to the crooks from the United Nations by gullible nations (like Japan) to fight the” imminent disaster”?
Most of the money went into the bank accounts of corrupt Third World UN diplomats, financed useless organizations or was spent by the UN staff on first class flights, gourmet food and expensive whores. It is a total disgrace that those organizations use such scams to extort countless amounts of money from us. Read the rest of this entry »
It was reported three days ago that most of the oil spilled in the Mexican Gulf after the BP disaster miraculously disappeared. Actually, it wasn’t a miracle. Everything happened for perfectly natural reasons.
For starters, there were over 4,000 ships that were involved in the skimming operations, trying to collect as much oil as possible. However, they were not the major contributors to the solution. Read the rest of this entry »
Few days ago a court in Tokyo convicted one of the most notorious eco-terrorists in the world, the New Zealander Peter Bethune. He was found guilty of obstructing a mission conducted by Japanese whalers in the Antarctic Ocean. This “wonderful” whale savior was also found guilty of assault, because he threw several bottles of rancid butter at the whalers, which caused bad chemical burns to three of the Japanese sailors.
At the trial, Bethune didn’t quite live up to his image of a tough guy determine to destroy the Japanese whaling fleet. He mumbled and looked disoriented, and during his closing statement he even shed few tears while apologizing for what he did, trying to convince the court that he didn’t intend to harm anybody.
His hypocrisy probably worked, because the judge was more than lenient to him. He could have gotten up to 15 years jail for his crimes, but they let him go with two-year sentence suspended for five years, so he didn’t do any jail time and was promptly deported.
Of course, all this would have been a mildly curious case of a lone loon, if Bethune were acting alone, but unfortunately, he was a member of a large organization, which sent him to do his evil deeds. He is a member of Sea Shepherd, a bunch of misfits, who self-proclaimed themselves to be the world’s ultimate defenders of whales. In their twisted (or bribed) minds the oceans’ whale population is so threatened by extinction, that in very near future they will all disappear. So in order to avoid that, they are ready to go as far as they can to confront anybody who tries to hunt whales. Read the rest of this entry »