Monday, July 09, 2007

BIN LADEN, ZARCHAWI, GREENWALD, KENNEDY JR. ARE THEY REALLY THAT DIFFERENT?



It is interesting today to note that the Johannesburg Live Earth Concert did not have a very good turn out. These are the concerts to promote the acceptance of man made global warming. Organizers said that the crowd was low because it was too chilly! I will refrain from all the obvious, humorous comments, though it is tempting. The global warming movement is one of ideology at the expense of everything and anything that gets in its way. Filmmaker and activist Robert Greenwald has taken this ideology to a new and revealing level. He has made an ad urging people to boycott Home Depot because they advertise on Fox News and Fox is skeptical of global warming.

The ad shows a variety of commentators and guest who have appeared on Fox who have had the audacity to disagree with the man made global warming position. This is a telling move as it displays the character or lack of with these people. It is not dialog or debate they are looking for, rather, submission to their agenda. This is not unlike the Jihadists who seek to convert at the end of a sword. Believe what we believe or lose your life. The global warming proponents are saying, believe what we believe or lose your livelihood. The consequences might be different, but the methodology is the same.

You are no longer free in our society to disagree with global warming. If you do, then you will pay the price the global warming terrorists deem fitting. By the way, Greenwald was not the only global warming terrorist to advocate boycotts, I give you the one and only Robert F. Kennedy Jr.;

"The next time you see John Stossel, or Glenn Beck, or Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity – these flat earthers, these corporate toadies, lying to you, lying to the American public and telling you that global warming doesn't exist – you send an e-mail to their advertisers and tell them you're not going to buy their products anymore," Kennedy said"

The terrorists have spoken!


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pastor tom
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