Discussion in 'Conspiracies' started by Eugene Shubert, Dec 23, 2016.
So, the cowspiracists are the inquisition?
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It's undeniably true that many ordinary citizens that are not climatologists have accepted climate alarmism as a religious belief. Indisputably, Cowspiracy tells the story of one such true believer. For a second example, note the true believer at 2:47 to 2:50 minutes into the documentary film below that has been recorded on video, expressing his extremely religious fervor, saying, "some of the worst climate criminals on the planet."
For more examples, consider all the true believers on this thread that completely disregard the opinions of others. Also, please don't forget Eric Hoffer's observation:
“The quality of ideas seems to play a minor role in mass movement leadership. What counts is the arrogant gesture, the complete disregard of the opinion of others, the singlehanded defiance of the world.” ― Eric Hoffer, The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements.
For an example of this complete disregard and singlehanded defiance of the world, consider the dishonest avoidance of my summary of the Cowspiracy documentary in post #31 which extends to avoiding post #42 and post #80, even the brief news story/link in post #83.
Cowspiracists exist but the inquisition hasn't started yet. Indisputably, medieval minds are common and there is a global power that seeks to stifle dissent and independent thought.
Now you are just embarrassing yourself. Not even your assumptions are correct.
1) Your category of "climate alarmism" is a propaganda meme, and establishes the fact that your posting here is in fact in the service of climate change denial. So your attempt to claim otherwise is dishonest.
2) Religious belief, if it existed, would not necessarily be evidence of a mass movement, or even "True Belief" in Hoffer's sense. So you have two issues - the existence of such religious belief; it's relevance to your attempted "argument".
Nothing you have posted here is independent thought. You haven't even bothered to paraphrase or argue from your video links - you post readymade "thought" you found somewhere wholesale.
Gotta agree with IA. If you are a supporter of climate change education, it makes no sense that you use propagandist labels to distort the spirit of the movement. That would only benefit deniers. Your stance only makes sense if you are a denier.
So not only did Al Gore invent the Internet, he is also a climate scientist?
You're forgetting that the Cowspiracy documentary could be titled, "The Astonishing Adventures of a Confessed, Religiously Devoted Climate Alarmist."
Where does the Cowspiracy documentary promote global warming denial?
Please don't let those Mexicans rape me! Oh wait, wrong campaign...
It does make you ambiguous with your other posts.
And yes, summarize your arguments; not post over hour long video links with next to zero input from yourself.
I'm not referring to the video; I'm refering to you.
Only a denier would use the label climate alarmist.
Chew them all. Let God snort them out.
He is a source of independent thought, which you are not.
It's an appropriate phrase given that many fanatically believe in a coming climate apocalypse and desperately whine about reducing greenhouse gasses to save the world but also hypocritically insist on continuing to subsidize the major environmental disaster that ensures the inevitable doom of humankind's existence. You obviously have a great capacity for cognitive dissonance. Please explain your comfort in helping to hide the hypocritical contradiction.
If you want to see greenhouse gasses reduced, then ask your Representative to write a bill to stop the government from subsidizing its production with our tax dollars.
Sounds like you should've voted for Gore!
So you say, without evidence. I don't run into them - there aren't any on on this forum, for example. Why are you posting those sillyass agitprop videos here?
That is what is so amazing about modern technology. The leaders of many noteworthy environmental organizations have been challenged by difficult to deny evidence of a cowspiracy and their indisputably hypocritical responses have been recorded on video in the documentary.
And who do you know who does that?
You're looking more and more foolish with every error you make. Quick! Post more videos! Maybe that will distract people from your lack of any coherent point.
And no one expects the Bovine Inquisition!
I have to know them personally because you deny their existence?
Separate names with a comma.