“in a court of law … before a judge wearing a black cap.”

The writing is on the wall, or at least on Delingpole’s excellent blog, via Tim Blair:


Tim Blair Wednesday, April 03, 2013 (3:47pm)

James Delingpole in today’s Australian:

In parts of Australia, you’ve spent the past few weeks being deluged with torrential Flannery. In Europe we’ve been covered with thick white blankets of unseasonal Viner. I’m reminded of the scene where “global warming” comes to South Park. “Why didn’t we listen?” all the characters run around the street, screaming. Except the funny thing is nothing is happening: the global warming that they’re panicking about simply doesn’t exist.

Nice work. Even nicer – Delingpole’s conclusion has leftoids in a lather:

The climate alarmist industry has some very tough questions to answer: preferably in the defendant’s dock in a court of law, before a judge wearing a black cap.

Crikey‘s Bernard Keane interprets that line:

The Oz publishes op-ed calling for advocates of climate change action like Tim Flannery to be executed.

Bernard Keane is the Pamela Doof of the interwebs.

Strangely enough, the Herald Sun saw things differently. Let the mockery continue!

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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1 Response to “in a court of law … before a judge wearing a black cap.”

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Warmists have called for the death of skeptics. All we ask is that they be tried for defrauding the public. With all the crony-capitalism it should be easy to prove – A Slam Dunk

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