Like most of the “climate change” community who obsess over climate via the fashionable religion of ‘earth-worship’, one constant remains: *misanthropy* or the hatred of humanity.
So, in fairness to Eric, I have no doubt he harbours extreme feelings of guilt and shame every time he tweets catastrophe, with his iPhone, upon his elite throne of moral virtue.
Thankfully for him, he is not alone in his hatred of all mankind, care of a Club that I’m sure he’s a proud subscriber of… The Club Of Rome…
“The Earth has cancer
and the cancer is Man.”
– Club of Rome (premier environmental think-tank, consultants to the United Nations)
By Tom Blumer ~
Meteorologist Eric Holthaus, who has appeared a couple of times on these pages in the past (more on that shortly), is in therapy.
Well, okay, lots of people are. But get a load of what has driven Holthaus (pictured) into therapy: “I know many ppl feel deep despair about climate, especially post-election.” And it’s because of this, “There are days where I literally can’t work,” and “We don’t deserve this planet.”
In his previous NewsBusters posts:
- In 2013, reacting to the latest report from the global warming alarmists at the Intergovernmental Governmental Panel on Climate Change, Holthaus reported that he “broke down in tears” when he boarded a fossil fuel-burning commercial flight and said he was “committing right now to stop flying.” Oh, and “I’m thinking of having a vasectomy.” Holthaus later backed away from that final item, perhaps after a talk with Mrs. Holthaus.
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“Saving the planet” update…
2016 was the year that Australia’s voting public turned on wind power with a vengeance.
Once upon a time, we were treated to pumped up claims from wind industry spruikers, like the Clean Energy Council, yes2ruiningus and ruin-economy based on loaded ‘surveys’ that there were only two types of people: those already in love with these things; and those who were just about to fall in love.
That was then, this is now. All it took was a run of statewide blackouts in (notionally) wind powered South Australia and rocketing power prices: after the closure of its last coal-fired power plant, generation costs in SA are now fully triple those enjoyed in neighbouring (coal-powered) Victoria.
Against that backdrop, 2017 will be the year when the politics of renewables turns rancid.
For political hopefuls, including the Australian Labor Party, the moment has arrived when…
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