Moore, Founder of Greenpeace, Speaks Out

Patrick Moore called climate people a cult and says that the warming crusade is a hoax on Sean Hannity’s show last night.

Heres the news item.

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/02/26/greenpeace-co-founder-no-scientific-proof-humans-are-dominant-cause-warming/

He said it on the film Not Evil Just Wrong 5 years ago.

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Not_Evil_Just_Wrong?o=2800&qsrc=999

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8 responses to “Moore, Founder of Greenpeace, Speaks Out

  1. Moore has been speaking out against the main line green agenda for quite a while. I ran across his forest management opinions several years ago. His views on sustainable forestry are different from the greens.

    http://www.usu.edu/saf/moore.html

  2. He won’t get any traction with the faithful because he left the church.

    • Doubting Thomas

      Like the old saying goes, “an apostate is never honored in his own country”. Or something like that.

  3. Doubting Thomas

    Global warmists are a cult? I think we’ve been saying that here at Junk Science for several years now. It’s nice that the message actually reached a large audience though.

  4. the word you’re searching for is prophet.

    Moore has been a sensible critic of Greenpeace and others committed to the warming panic for many years now.

  5. my humor detector was on the fritz.

    apostacy is one of my favorite states. I find myself always an apostate in the current post modernist collectivist, relativist, determinisitc milieu.

    If you ever get a chance to see Moore live, he is very eloquent and cogent in his criticisms. I think his problem is that they are misanthropic to a fault, like most socialists.

    • Doubting Thomas

      It’s all good. My family often thinks my humor is on the fritz.

      I’m with you on apostacy. I’ve always been a bit of a iconoclast. Maybe a little arrogant about it at that. The so-called edgy and hip people are still banging away at the now minority establishment of traditionalists and conservatives. *yawn* How boring. So 1960s. Besides, everyone’s doing that. If you really want to be edgy and anti-establishment, you go after the progs and humanists.

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