WUWT recently covered the lexicon shift at the White House: Lexicon Shift Alert: global warming gets another name change.
This seems generally harmless, but wait until you see the source of one of the names on that list: “Climate Disruption”.
We find out who thinks up new memes and names, it’s the University of Oregon. No, really, they sponsor this strange document that reads like a B movie script. And, they have reasons for thinking up such names.
They even have a “trick” for talking to the “UnGreen” people. Apparently, even though I have solar power on my home, own an electric car, and have other green tendencies, because I tend to look at natural variation explanations as a portion of the global warming puzzle, and because I do it (solar power) mostly for avoiding high energy prices, I’m apparently one of the “UnGreen”.
Here is the report:
(h/t to reader Steve in Oregon)
Like with “Mike’s Nature Trick”, they have a language “trick” on page 37:
Translation: make people tense and fearful by tapping into their base fears.
Like most liberal enterprises, they have a strong need to label and bin everyone so they can be managed. Here’s their table of labels for people on the same page. I found last one “UnGreens” to be laughable, almost like its a joke to them, like calling people the “undead” aka zombies.
Here is how they say you should talk to “UnGreens”:
So after all the labeling, binning, and handwringing over people that don’t think as they do, they come up with the lexicon to combat the problem. From page 11:
All of this is done with government grants, your tax dollars at work.
In our recent poll, “Irritable Climate Syndrome” took the top spot.
Given the “UnGreen” labeling and the feeling of this being nothing more than a bad horror movie script, I propose this for the next cover page of their work:
In case you don’t recognize the image, see this.