An urgent message from Santa
These green people never seem to learn. A couple of years ago it was nutball David Suzuki and his fundraising drive to “save” Santa’s home from melting:
Now, not to be outdone in the “please send money cuz Santa’s home is dying” meme, Greenpeace has produced a video that looks like a cross between the Blair Witch Project and Doomsday Preppers. Only one problem: it is so stupid even CNN is mocking it. Watch:
CNN has this story from Jeanne Moos that rips into Greenpeace for this video.
Moos characterizes the alarmists at Greenpeace and elsewhere as folks who “believe in global warming.” Their tendency to embrace human-caused climate doomsday scenarios (like Bad Santa hiding from climate change in the bunker) is akin to a religious belief, unaffected by the reality of observations and data.
In the CNN video, Moos quoted a commenter at the YouTube post of the Greenpeace video who wrote:
Hope that you are proud of yourselves green piece (sic) for scaring innocent children with your bully boy tactics as usual.
That’s right. CNN cited a critic of Greenpeace in its story. That represents amazing progress for truth (if not grammar) in MSM coverage of the climate issue.
Here’s another taste of Moos’ CNN-approved mockery of Greenpeace and what she said was a “sorry excuse for a Santa”:
It looks like a hostage video, but instead of Al Qaida, it’s Santa.
The kicker: When you put an email address into the website that Greenpeace is pitching in the video http://www.savesantashome.org/ it immediately becomes like the Obamacare website, asking for more personal information:
I wouldn’t wish being stuck in Greenpeace’s marketing database on my worst enemy.
Meanwhile, Arctic sea ice is within 1 standard deviation of normal:
- Santa threatens to end Christmas (wwlp.com)
- Downton Abbey’s Jim Carter teams up with Greenpeace for Christmas campaign (voiceofrussia.com)