Climate Change Narrative Loses Its Mind

Smart people of sound mind quit the climate-system change movement once it became apparent it was revealed premises that drove it were faulty; the data heavily manipulated, the process politicized and the immeasurable costs associated with policies that derived from it. Moreover, and equally important, when its supporters like true believers began to invent religious terms like 'deniers' and calling for the arrest of those who, endowed with skepticism, dared question the science as is healthy in any debate - nay essential.

Who stuck around? Well, see below.

The Hill:

“The reason is pretty obvious: If we are going to see an increase in drought and flood and extreme weather disturbances as a result of climate change, what that means is that peoples all over the world are going to be fighting over limited natural resources,” Sanders said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

“If there is not enough water, if there is not enough land to grow your crops, then you’re going to see migrants of people fighting over land that will sustain them, and that will lead to international conflict,” he added.

The Democratic presidential hopeful raised eyebrows when he made the claim at the second Democratic primary debate on Saturday.

The self-proclaimed Democratic socialist said on Sunday that the attack on Paris is an early example of this phenomenon playing out.

“Well what happens in, say, Syria… is that when you have drought, when people can’t grow their crops, they’re going to migrate into cities,” Sanders said.

“And when people migrate into cities and they don’t have jobs, there’s going to be a lot more instability, a lot more unemployment, and people will be subject to the types of propaganda that al 

Qaeda and ISIS are using right now,” he added.

“So where you have discontent, where you have instability, that’s where problems arise, and certainly, without a doubt, climate change will lead to that.”

 Any questions?


  1. No other factors behind international conflicts and crisis?
    It all "comes down to the effects of climate change"?

    Methinks these tragic modern-day dilemmas may be a bit more complicated and multi-nuanced than just "the effects of climate change" alone.

    1. Just for the record: I'm neither a "denier" or one who "embraces" the "climate change" theories and hypothesis.

    2. I fall into the third category of 'climate is gonna climate and there's not a damn thing you or I can do about it.'


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