The last refuge of scoundrels…

Investor’s Business Daily: “It should never be forgotten that the climate-alarmist community will break rules, injudiciously cross ethical lines and run a cheap con to push its left-wing agenda.”

Warming Advocate Lied To Get Documents From Think Tank, But Did He Falsify Them To Bolster Alarmists’ Claims? – Investors.com

Climate Change: There are no laws that say that the global warming alarmists can’t feel strongly about their beliefs. There are, however, ethical lines. And they keep crossing them.

The history of the Great Global Warming Scare is filled with exaggerations, deceit, unnecessary hype and cover-up.

It’s all OK, say the alarmists, because they are concerned with the greater good, and if they have to cheat a bit, well, then the ends justify their means.

This attitude was evident in the climate-gate e-mails.

Warmist McArdle: “ethics aside, what Gleick did is insane for someone in his position–so crazy that I confess to wondering whether he doesn’t have some sort of underlying medical condition that requires urgent treatment”

The Most Surprising Heartland Fact: Not the Leaks, but the Leaker – Megan McArdle – National – The Atlantic

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc.
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One Response to The last refuge of scoundrels…

  1. Lyka Ricks says:

    Some people may believe that their conscience is enough to guide them not to lie, be deceitful or do the other things God has commanded us not to do. I disagree.~Lee Greenwood obtained from Deceit Quotes

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