Warmist Fantasy (NSFW)
Richard Curtis, the writer us romantic the comedies Notting Hill and Love Actually made an “interesting” short film for the British Warmist group, 10:10 UK. In it Warmists, murder anyone – starting with school children – by blowing them up with explosives. It’s quite graphic and gory – truly, it’s a Warmist fantasy.
10:10’s No Pressure – Go Warmist Or Die Messily
First off – 10:10 UK’s Director, Eugenie Harvey of Old Harlow, Essex, has a four-week old baby of her own and she thought that a video that starts off with a teacher blowing up some of her young students was funny. It might be best for Child Protection Services to visit Ms. Harvey and review her fitness as a mother. Such a “sense of humor” might well be precursor behavior for later abuse or infanticide.
More importantly – This “humorous” video carries within a fundamental honesty that has been generally lacking in the rhetoric from most of the AGW cultists. One merely has to look back at James Lee’s September 1, 2010 rampage at Discovery Channel headquarters to see that these Warmists don’t like human children and aren’t intrinsically pacifists.
Frankly, with their “science” collapsing around their ears and their political capital and societal relevance squandered on doomsaying and in resultant shambles, I wouldn’t be surprised at all with an increase in both hopeful references to violence and further actual violence itself on the part of AGW cultists in the near future. It is, after all, natural for the True Believer – one who is often now labeled “extremist” – to turn to violence when all more preferred means have failed them.
Don’t get me wrong though; I won’t take them to task for such violence humor or specifically for committing actual violence. I and many others have known for some time now that we were at war with these Warmists and that this war would not be fought solely through legislative means. I actually find the growing honesty on the part of the AGW cultists quite refreshing.
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