I can’t tell you how tired I get of being lectured to by those who are essentially nothing more than the equivalent of a bunch of high school drop outs, about how it is that somehow I’m to blame for something that according to an overwhelming amount of actual, bona fide, science is not even taking place. And yet, they persist with their leftist drivel in an attempt to convince me to alter my lifestyle while at the same time they continue with their habit of flying around in private jets and maintaining any number of very grandiose, homes.
Yet another prime example of this hypocrisy is how Leo DiCaprio recently let it be known, while speaking to some reporters in Japan this past Wednesday, that it is in his humble opinion that the United States ‘must’ elect a president who takes ‘climate change’ science seriously. But which science might Leo actually being talking about? Would it be the science that actually proves that ‘climate change’ is nothing more than a myth, or the very bogus science that, through the use of heavily doctored data, claims that it is?
It was at a press conference in Tokyo promoting his rather bizarre movie, ‘The Revenant’, that Leo told those assembled, “We should not have a candidate who doesn’t believe in modern science to be leading our country.” Leo added: “Climate change is one of the most concerning issues facing all humanity and the United States needs to do its part.” Of his filmmaking partner Fisher Stevens, who produced the 2010 documentary The Cove, Leo said, “We’ve been traveling around the world documenting climate change.”
Leo is working on some sort of ‘climate change’ documentary which will be released before November, and he reportedly visited China, India, and the North Pole and South Pole with Stevens. Undoubtedly, this so-called ‘documentary’ will be less a presentation of any facts and more a work of what will be nothing more than pure propaganda, as is usually the case with such ‘documentaries’ produced by those on the left. And as proof of that we need to look no further than any of the ‘documentaries’ concocted by that other Hollywood moron, Michael Moore.
Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have both expressed their doubts about the science behind all of the wild claim being made about ‘climate change.’ Trump described the hysteria as a “very, very expensive form of tax,” adding, “A lot of people are making a lot of money.” Trump has also tweeted about his opinion on climate change on numerous occasions in recent years. Trump contends that ‘climate change’ is a "hoax" saying, “Unless somebody can prove something to me, I believe there’s weather. I believe there’s change.”
On the campaign trail in New Hampshire earlier this year, Cruz also shared his skepticism: “John Kerry said in 2009 the polar ice caps will be entirely melted by 2013 … Has anyone noticed the polar ice caps are still there? In fact, there was an expedition that went down to Antarctica to prove that the polar ice caps were melting … (the ship) got stuck in the ice because in fact the polar ice caps have increased.” Cruz added: “They are larger than they were. So not only was Kerry incorrect, he was spectacularly absolutely opposite the facts.”
And then there’s long shot Republican candidate ‘Crazy Uncle John’ Kasich, who has stated that while he believes in the concept of ‘climate change’, he’s not so sure of the science behind it. So how does one support the ‘concept’ and yet be unsure of the science that supports the concept? That this guy is even still in the race says a lot more about the size his ego than it does about anything that he could ever possibly bring to the job of being our president. He’s little more than a charlatan currently being paid to be nothing more than a spoiler.
Meanwhile, both Democrat candidates have taken rather ‘extreme’ positions on the issue. Hitlery has gone so far as to actually link ‘climate change’ to the Syrian refugee crisis, while Bernie previously stated, “climate change is directly related to the rise of global terrorism.” And then we have Attorney General Loretta Lynch who stated just this month that the U.S. Department of Justice has been considering whether people should be prosecuted for denying ‘climate change’, despite the fact that the issue is far from settled.
And at last month’s Oscars, after winning his first Academy Award, Leo, as is typically the case with these narcissistic weirdoes, used his acceptance speech to ask for international support in stopping the world’s “big polluters.” “Climate change is real. It is happening right now,” said Leo. He added, “It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.” Hence the reason I stopped watching these supposed ‘awards’ shows a very long time ago.
And in 2014, the Environmental Policy Alliance mocked Leo for being “just another celebrity hypocrite," calling out the star for traveling around the world in super yachts and private jets and wasting “thousands of gallons of jet fuel to indulge his lavish tastes.” The group also called out the actor for owning five homes. But Leo is far from being the only hypocritical Hollywood clown calling for how everyone but them must be made to alter their lifestyle in an effort to save the planet. You see, special people like Leo are far too important to change the manner in which they live.
The way I look at it is that when God created this marvelous planet, He designed it to be able to withstand anything that the puny mortal man would ever be able to throw at it. But to get a liberal to acknowledge that there is a superior being that is greater than them is virtually impossible. But two reasons disprove man-made climate change: 1) We can't measure the temperature well enough to predict 100 years out and 2) H2O, also a greenhouse gas, outweighs CO2 thousands of times more in the atmosphere, rendering CO2 essentially meaningless.
And the ‘scientists’ who back up the wild claims being made still haven't explained away the medieval warming period that was easily as warm as it is today nor do they like incorporating the period during the late 30s to early 40s that was also nearly as warm as it is today. Couple that with reduced weather stations, cooked books, and a models that don't incorporate all the variables and uses assumed variables to give the answers they desire, and stifling all scientific debate when science is always to be challenged, and you have a religion of nutjobs.
I find it rather difficult to believe in something that is not only nonsense, but ignores the proven fact that a number of sources from NASA on down essentially have done nothing more than to cook the books by ignoring whole centuries of data just to make it all fit. Leo has become one of the more vocal proponents on the subject while being one of the biggest hypocrites in Hollywood. He doesn't believe what he is saying, if he did he would be living more in the style of that leftwing lunatic, Ed Begley Jr. But he chooses not to.