Guardian Moonbat: Dopenhagen Farce Was Turning Point for Human Race


It must be nice living in your own community-based reality. Even when your fellow moonbats fall on their foolish faces, you can pretend they succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest imaginations — like Colin Blakemore, who triumphantly squeaks:

Copenhagen may mark a turning point in human nature, when the global village acquired a global mind.

A global village with a global mind. The liberal vision has been revealed in all its sci-fi dystopia nightmarishness. More moonbat daydreams from Fakemore:

What we have just witnessed is delegates from 192 countries talking about making sacrifices, slowing their development, constraining their industry, taxing their citizens, in a collective bid to stifle climate change.

Demanding sacrifices, slowing development, constraining industry, taxing citizens, all for a patently phony reason during a global economic slump. What’s not to like? Plus there are massive wealth transfers from hard-working Western taxpayers to corrupt African dictators:

The developing nations are unhappy with the offer of financial compensation from the affluent powers. But the amounts over the coming decades are staggering.

Appallingly, Fakewhore attributes these astounding accomplishments to science, a field of endeavor that has been crippled and disgraced by its prostitution to the global warming power grab that all informed people now know to be a deliberate hoax.

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Professor Fakewhore, deluded warmist weenie.

On a tip from Mega. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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