Coalition of the Confused

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Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.

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Lathyrus (PeePhobia)

From: Lathyrus (PeePhobia)


Majority of 2,500 “climate mitigation” projects funded by the World Bank have little to do with climate

According to an analysis by the Breakthrough Institute and the Centre for Global Development, the majority of climate projects funded by the World Bank between 2020 and 2022 turned out to have […]

Even projects that were more specifically related to climate failed to provide accurate estimates of the greenhouse gas emission reductions the projects would deliver.

Alm (JurgensenAlm)

From: Alm (JurgensenAlm)


Some are still wearing masks for a good reason:  They need to because they have compromising immune systems.  I've seen some wearing the masks but not covering their noses which makes wearing masks useless.

Problem is that the street 'Hoods' are wearing them plus gloves so their skin color can't be seen.


From: ElDotardo


St. Greta of Thunberg’s failed doomsday prediction


Did you wake up alive today? No, that’s not a joke; it’s a serious question. I ask it because exactly five years ago today, St. Greta of Thunberg, the little child who has led the “climate change” movement across the Western world, promised that, as of June 21, 2023, the world would cease to exist.

In the past, doomsday predictions arose when masses of people faced imminent death (e.g., the Black Death, which killed one-third to one-half of Europe’s population in the mid-14th century) or contemplated natural phenomena they could not explain (e.g., Halley’s Comet).

Although one would think that, in the modern era, these predictions would die out, they’ve only become worse. To name but a few, we saw Jim Jones, the Y2K panic, and the Heaven’s Gate cult (governed, not by Halley’s Comet but by Hale-Bopp). None, though, have been as influential as the cult of Climate Change.

The Climate Change cult began in the 1960s when scientists, whom we revered, and the media, which we trusted, began predicting that all life would end due to famine, overpopulation, nuclear war, a new Ice Age, ozone depletion, global warming…

In 2019, Mark J. Perry compiled a list of the left’s many failed climate change predictions. Here are a few of the more apocalyptic ones, but you should go to the link to see the entire list:

1. 1967: Dire Famine Forecast By 1975


3. 1970: Ice Age By 2000
4. 1970: America Subject to Water Rationing By 1974 and Food Rationing By 1980
5. 1971: New Ice Age Coming By 2020 or 2030


8. 1974: Another Ice Age?
9. 1974: Ozone Depletion a ‘Great Peril to Life (data and graph)
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Why don't you stay at the fμ¢king place you hijacked, loonie vet!!!

Lathyrus (PeePhobia)

From: Lathyrus (PeePhobia)


Greta? - Totally, but I feel sorry for the kid, she is just a cash-cow for her parents and the hallucinating environmentalists - aka cash grabbers 

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