Friday, September 30, 2016

Logic bomb #2

a) Leonardo DiCaprio cares so much for the environment and believes that climate change "is real, it is happening right now".

b) Al Gore cares greatly about the environment. He has even said: "The warnings about global warming have been extremely clear for a long time. We are facing a global climate crisis. It is deepening. We are entering a period of consequences."

c) At least 190 nations care so much for climate change that representatives from those countries traveled to Paris, France in 2015 for a climate summit and UN talks.

If climate change is such a pressing problem that something "must be done RIGHT NOW regardless of the costs", why do all of these dignitaries and famous people travel all over the world promoting their cause? Have they not heard of Skype or Facetime?

If they care so much for the climate, why don't they act like they do?

One could almost be forgiven for thinking that maybe all of these climate folks care more about seeming to care about the climate than actually caring, no? This could be the case so as to enable them to get invited to all the right parties, enable them to feel sufficiently smug about themselves (cause they care you know), and / or (in the case of the former VP) make tons and tons of money off of other gullible folks and governments. It sure seems that those that cry loudest about the climate actually behave like it is no big deal. Or am I being too cynical?

Update (via Instapundit):

CHASER: Hillary Clinton Vows To Prosecute All Climate Change Deniers.

I’m sure even as we speak, Hillary is planning to dispatch an eco-SWAT team arrest her own daughter. But in the meantime, as Glenn likes to say, I’ll believe global warming is a crisis when the people who tell me it’s a crisis start to act like it’s a crisis themselves.

Earlier: As Americans Tire of Eco-Panic, Hillary Quietly Drops ‘Climate Change’ Rhetoric.

I’m sure it will resume being an even bigger crisis than terrorism come January though.

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