Kerry’s Correspondence

Posted in Humor, Politics on September 25th, 2014

Obama’s latest Secretary of State, John Kerry actually publicly said that the threats posed by Climate Change should be addressed with as much “immediacy” as confronting ISIS. Yes, it’s true; Kerry believe there’s a direct correspondence between these threats.

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I suppose he’s close to right…if there’s a similar correspondence or equivalency between beheading and haircuts.

Of course this is coming out of the mouth of an individual who first made his fame by drawing a similar correspondence between his supposed brothers in the US military and the terrorists of the Viet Cong…

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Coal Is The New Black?

Posted in Politics on September 20th, 2014

You may have heard, and even thought – if you’re not one of impis of the “Black Community”, that Queer was the new Black. This is untrue, however, at least in Bristol County, Massachusetts. In that area of the country coal is the new Black.

Recently, District Attorney Sam Sutter of Bristol, Massachusetts, used his prosecutorial discretion to drop all criminal charges against two eco-terrorists – Jay O’Hara and Ken Ward, who were set to go on trial Monday for blocking a shipment of 40,000 tons of coal because of…Global Warming. Sutter chose to drop the charges solely because he believed in- and supported O’Hara’s and Ward’s actions and position, as he made explicitly in two separate statements to the media.

Climate change is one of the gravest crises our planet has ever faced. In my humble opinion, the political leadership on this issue has been sorely lacking…. This symbolizes our commitment, at the Bristol County district attorney’s office, to take a leadership role on this issue.

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As in all instances, I first had to consider the people of Bristol county. In addition to that, I had to give strong consideration to the cause that led to the act of civil disobedience. And I agree that climate change is one of the greatest crisis the planet has ever faced and that we have to act more boldly now.

– Sam Sutter

This moral, if not legalistic, crime is nothing new. Both before and during the “Civil Rights” era it was not uncommon in some areas for prosecutors to refuse to bring charges against Whites who committed crimes against Blacks, even when the evidence in favor of prosecution was both clear and overwhelming, solely because those prosecutors, just like Sutter, believed that the criminals’ behavior was justified and necessary.

So forget the Queers. In the ways that really matter, it’s coal, not them, which is the new Black.

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The Carboniferous Ends?

Posted in Politics, The Environment on July 21st, 2014

A cooling world covered in snowChange is unavoidable. All epochs, periods, eras, and ages come to an end. Just as 360 million years ago the Carboniferous period ended, so too does it seem as if the New Carboniferous period – notable for its fixation upon CO2 – has come to a not-untimely end.

Then, this was never a sustainable era due to its chilling effects upon economies.

The ending of the New Carboniferous period will likely be dated from the moment that the Australian Government has abolished the carbon tax it had imposed in mid-2012.

Australia’s recent vote to repeal its tax on carbon dioxide emissions is a setback to establishing a similar charge in the U.S., both sides in the debate agree.

Australia started taxing carbon in 2012, one of about 40 jurisdictions to do so, before reversing course last week and becoming the first country to repeal the penalty.

The repeal will send international shock waves ahead of Global Warming talks next year, when major economies like China, India and America will consider global greenhouse targets beyond 2030. Given that Australia is similar to America in its energy-intensive lifestyles and industries, the repeal makes it highly unlikely that the US will choose to try taxes CO2 emissions.

The Warmists are, of course, gnashing their teeth in shock, outrage, and hatred over Australia’s repeal of the its carbon tax. Like the giant arthropods of the first Carboniferous period, they’re doomed to extinction. Unlike them, however, they can see the ending of the age and of themselves.

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