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UK’s snow doesn’t cool off global warmists February 5, 2009

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UK’s snow doesn’t cool off global warmists

From OneNewsNow, February 4, 2009

An Irish filmmaker says despite the recent record snowstorm in Britain, there are still those who are calling for government action against “manmade global warming.”

Phelim McAleer, director of the soon-to-be-released feature-length documentary Not Evil Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria. He says three parallel universes exist in Europe.

“You have the people who are claiming we are all going to die because of global warming,” he shares. “Then we have the parallel universe of the coldest winter and the heaviest snowfall and heaviest rainfall on record — and these are consistent weather patterns that show we are not going to have global warming.

“And then the third parallel universe where we are in the middle of a recession, and Britain and Ireland are two of the countries that are going to be affected the most.”

Yet despite the record cold and the recession, McAleer says the “greenies” are still calling for a reduction in carbon emissions and a slowing down of the economy. “Yeah, we tried that,” he says. “It’s called a recession and it’s not fun — we don’t like it.”

McAleer’s film documents how global-warming hysteria is hurting humans around the globe, and how environmentalists are ignoring the facts and science that disprove manmade global-warming theory.

A release date for the film has yet to be revealed, but a trailer for the film can be viewed at NotEvilJustWrong.com.



1. sunsettommy - February 5, 2009

They are doing that because they have a political/environmentalist axe to grind.

Science is a token background to what they are working for.If it is hot blame it on global warming.If it is cold blame it on global warming.

It is a full circle of b.s.

2. Magnus A - February 6, 2009

I think this movie was shown, for the first time, at a docementary film festival in Amsterdam in November 2008.


I think I shall mail cinema networks and recommend it…!

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