Climate Change – The absolutely terrifying "existential threat"

Released Saturday, 9th November 2019
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Climate Change – The absolutely terrifying "existential threat"
How the liberal left has made climate change the indisputable existential threat to humanity, the globe and existence as we know it. Don’t’ believe it? Burn in Hell you will!
All is not well on this big blue planet of ours. Indeed far from it, as it appears that the Earth itself is facing what has been called, an existential threat from climate change.
Now, what does the term "existential threat" actually mean? Honestly, I don't know. But it sounds absolutely terrifying -- "A threat to our human existence?"
But the politically incorrect question that needs to be asked - is climate change real? Climate change activists say that’s an easy question. Of course, it's real. We all know that the climate is changing – and changing for the worse 
If you're in the United States, the ground that you're standing on right now was not so long ago - in geological time - covered with glacial ice a mile thick. Now, it's not covered in glacial ice at all -- so what happened?
What happened is climate change. That's been happening since the Earth first cooled after forming. Over the eons the earth has been much hotter and much cooler then it is today -- but is human activity accelerating climate change now? Can we reverse it or slow it down? Despite what they tell you, no one really knows. Scientists cannot accurately predict weather on a daily much less monthly or yearly bases. So, it’s not surprising that none of the climate models within the last 50 years have predicted with any accuracy or certainty changes to the climate thus far. 
Since 2006, when his movie ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ hit the silver screen, former vice president & green-activist Al Gore has been making these end-is-nigh proclamations. He said the Arctic would be ice free by 2014. He got that wrong. In fact, a UK judge forbade it from being shown in British schools without “guidance notes to prevent political indoctrination.” 
So in defense of his missed prediction in 2014, green-activist Gore told Rolling Stones that we have reached a turning point, have seen “the worst effects of climate change and have saved civilization as we know it.” Al “sees the future and it is good,”.
To keep the doomsday narrative alive Gore said in a 2014 interview “The forward journey for human civilization will be difficult and dangerous, but it is now clear that we will ultimately prevail,”. “The only question is how quickly we can accelerate and complete the transition to a low-carbon civilization…” 
Apparently not fast enough because Gore then flip-flops once again on the end-of-world tipping point in 2016 when he said we only have two years left to save the planet and to convince people of global warming’s imminent threat. 
However, the real question here has nothing to do with climate science. It has to do with people who pretend they understand climate science. Do those people actually believe in what they're selling? Climate change activist are like a doomsday cult that keeps setting end-of-days prognostications that as with all dooms days cults since biblical times come and go – the countdown clock only to be reset over and over like a bad version of Groundhog Day.
Are you surprised? Don't be. This is what climate activism has become -- a performance art - a mix or riotousness and hypocrisy seasoned lightly with judgmental condemnation. These are the people who lecture down at you about eating cheeseburgers while flying across the country, on private jets. No one daring to point out the ironic hypocrisy. 
Last week, millions of concerned progressives took part in the so-called climate strike. In their wake, they left mountains of litter. In Washington, climate activists d

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