Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hypocrisy Reeks

The Moonbats continue to scream about evil oil, and the hypocrisy is staggering.  Our latest example comes from The Guardian, in an article entitled "No fracking, drilling or digging: it’s the only way to save life on Earth".  The author, George Monbiot, tries to make the case.
All this nonsense is a substitute for a simple proposition: stop digging. There is only one form of carbon capture and storage that is scientifically proven, and which can be deployed immediately: leaving fossil fuels in the ground.
He says all this, of course, while using electricity powered by fossil fuels, typing on a keyboard made of the byproducts of fossil fuels, driving to work in a vehicle powered by fossil fuels, probably even the shirt he's wearing comes in some form from fossil fuels.

Yet, he wants us to give all this up, but shows a decided lack of leadership by using all those things in his modern life. And, in my experience, that's the case with most environmentalists.  They want us to give up all these things, while using each and every one of those things to advance an agenda.

George is concerned about life on earth, yet fails to realize that the next mass extinction event will probably be like the last one.  A huge meteor falling on us that we can do nothing about, won't see coming, and will be on us before we can even panic.

In short, George reveals his ignorance, and his hypocrisy reeks.

You first, George.  Give up everything that comes from fossil fuels, and then we'll talk about it.

4 comments:

Joe Mama said...

George Moonbat?

Parody?

Old NFO said...

I wish it was a parody, but I think the idjit is serious... Reminds me of the protesters at Diablo canyon, driving their new Volvos and dressed in the latest fashions...

kamas716 said...

These people are genocidal. I don't know, perhaps there's another term for wanting to kill billions of people. Because that's what would happen if we stopped using fossil fuels for energy. Oh yeah, and we'd likely be putting even more net carbon into the air as people started cutting down and burning every tree and bush they could to keep from freezing.

Peripatetic Engineer said...

Doesn't need to be a meteor. Another Krakatoa event would do it.