Contradict a green at your peril March 20, 2009Posted by honestclimate in Discussions.
Tags: climate change, climate change madness, global warming, green, greenies
Contradict a green at your peril
Andrew Bolt, HeraldSun, March 20, 2009
Confront a green zealot and you could be hauled up for persecuting a religious minority:
Mr Nicholson, 41, was made redundant while head of sustainability at Grainger, Britain’s biggest residential property investment company, in July last year. In the first case of its kind he has been given permission to sue his former employers for unfair dismissal, arguing that his beliefs on the environment prompted clashes with other senior executives, and led to his sacking.
Mr Nicholson said that his frustrations were underlined when the Rupert Dickinson, the chief executive, “showed contempt for the need to cut carbon emissions by flying out a member of the IT staff to Ireland to deliver his BlackBerry that he had left behind in London”… He said that Grainger’s executives would turn up for meetings in “some of the most high polluting cars on the road”.
But the company is defending itself by conceding precisely what it should deny:
Grainger sought to have Mr Nicholson’s case struck out arguing that his views on climate change were based on fact and science, not on philosophical belief.
Warming alarmist and filmmarker Gabriel London admits more than he should:
It sounds trite, but here’s my hunch: beliefs in global warming rise and fall with, well… the mercury. And that spells trouble for those of us who believe we need to make changes now to head off global warming.
Sum up: cold temperatures are frustrating alarmists who claim we’re actually hot.