‘Rules of the Game’—and I Don’t Mean Jean Renoir’s* Either

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I don’t know about you, but when I discuss politics or economics—or any other topic of interest, for that matter—I try to be as upfront and honest as I can. This doesn’t seem to be the case with the environmental scaremongers who seem to feel that the sheeple either can’t or won’t believe the scaremongers’ information/dis-information on the alleged “manmade” global warming issue.

Here is a 5-page report put out by an environmental group entitled “Rules of the Game.” Some choice excerpts:

The game is communicating climate change; the rules will help us win it. [Why is this serious matter even referred to as a "game"?]

Fear can create apathy if individuals have no ‘agency’ to act upon the threat. Use fear with great caution. [Doesn't Uncle Kramer continually warn you that "fear" is the main tool for the One World Government folks?]

Those who deny climate change science are irritating, but unimportant. The argument is not about if we should deal with climate change, but how we should deal with climate change. [Gee, that's not too condescending and contemptuous now, is it?]

The evidence discredits the ‘rational man’ theory – we rarely weigh objectively the value of different decisions and then take the clear self-interested choice. [Except, of course, the "rational" environmentalists.]

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* The Rules of the Game—considered one of the greatest films ever made; directed by Jean Renoir.

11:02 am on November 26, 2009