Eric Worrall writes: James Delingpole has today written about the latest PR disaster from deep greens trying to pretend they are normal people – an award winning graphic novel which associates a terrorist with a machine gun in a shopping mall, with a positive message about environmental activism.
The headline picture of Delingpole’s piece depicts a green holding a machine gun in a shop, along with the caption “Today, choice about energy issues has been stolen from the people. The decisions are all in the hands of politicians and big multinationals. Economic motivations prevail over environmental needs”.
You can’t stop people from creating such trash, but the people who celebrate it, and reward the authors with praise and recognition – are these really the kind of people you want influencing your children’s future? This isn’t the first time deep greens have embarrassed themselves by exposing their warped values in public. Who can forget the infamous “no pressure” video, which featured exploding school children.
The creators of the video, who included prominent members of the British media industry, apparently thought the general public would laugh at their little “comedy”, because the kids were identified as climate skeptics before their school teacher blew them up.
This was the original “Splattergate”: