While on the subject of the ‘climate change’ debacle, this post deserves inclusion as it deals with a most important aspect of the public brainwashing element. The corruption of the education system(s).
” There is also general agreement that unsustainable consumption and production patterns are contributing to the unsustainable use of natural resources and environmental degradation as well as to the reinforcement of social inequities and of poverty with the above-mentioned consequences for demographic parameters.
It was a short, well orchestrated, jump from this to the textbooks and curricula of the education system in Western countries. The indoctrination of the youth was underway. Now they graduate from high school fully immersed in all the propaganda of environmental and climate science. They go to higher levels of education as the conservative, planet saving warriors, who only take courses from professors who say what they want to hear. It falls to the older classically trained, and through that, open-minded professors and academics, to fight for sanity, reason and the truth. Sadly, they are dying off as Steyn and I discovered as we try to test facts and logic in the last refuge where reason might prevail. This hope was tested and proven in the judgment of Justice Burton in the demand for balance beyond propaganda in the classroom by parent Stuart Dimmock.
The context and nub of the dispute are the statutory provisions described in their side headings as respectively relating to “political indoctrination” and to the “duty to secure balanced treatment of political issues” in schools, now contained in ss406 and 407 of the Education Act 1996, which derive from the identical provisions in ss44 and 45 of the Education (No 2) Act 1986.
Justice Burton did not ban showing Gore’s movie but did comment
” I viewed the film at the parties’ request. Although I can only express an opinion as a viewer rather than as a judge, it is plainly, as witnessed by the fact that it received an Oscar this year for best documentary film, a powerful, dramatically presented and highly professionally produced film. It is built round the charismatic presence of the ex-Vice-President, Al Gore, whose crusade it now is to persuade the world of the dangers of climate change caused by global warming. It is now common ground that it is not simply a science film – although it is clear that it is based substantially on scientific research and opinion – but that it is a political film, albeit of course not party political. “”
Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball
While preparing a list of witnesses for my upcoming trial in February 2017, I was reminded of a pattern that contradicts the natural order of education and research. The issue was triggered by a comment by Mark Steyn.
~Climate mullah Michael E Mann’s lawsuit against me has been stalled in the clogged latrine of DC justice for four years – indeed, it’s stalled so long that a key witness has died. So this month I filed a “Renewed Request for Expedited Hearing and to Lift Stay of Discovery” to get the buggers moving again.
The natural and necessary order is that students are urged to question. They should follow the advice of Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta.
Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many.
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