NOT EVIL, JUST WRONG


Not Evil, Just Wrong, I am sure you as a golfer are wondering why I have a page that counterpoints the accepted what has become a given. It is not a given because there is no Common Sense to their arguments. Man made global warming is a fallacy. There is a natural law and order to the world and man isn't big enough to actually tip the balance.

As a golfer this concerns me very much. It will change all our ways of life and standards of living. Hugo Chavez is closing golf courses routinely. To follow the ways of the leftists mind set will deprive us all of joy and happiness in the pursuits of a free society.

Global warming hysteria is a method to enslave the societies of the world.

The Wall Street Journal

OPINION: JOHN FUND ON THE TRAIL

APRIL 18, 2009

Filmmaker vs. Hysterics

The economic consequences of Al Gore.

Irish documentary filmmakers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney have stirred up trouble before by debunking smug liberal hypocrisy. Their latest film, "Not Evil, Just Wrong" takes on the hysteria over global warming and warns that rushing to judgment in combating climate change would threaten the world's poor.

The film reminds us that environmentalists have been wrong in the past, as when they convinced the world to ban the pesticide DDT, costing the lives of countless malaria victims. The ban was finally reversed by the World Health Organization only after decades of debate. The two Irish filmmakers argue that if Al Gore's advice to radically reduce carbon emissions is followed, it would condemn to poverty two billion people in the world who have yet to turn on their first light switch.





Not Evil Just Wrong exposing the costs of Global Warming Hysteria

Written by Todd Hollenbeck, ATR

Tuesday, August 25 2009 12:51

Last Wednesday, Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney screened their new documentary Not Evil Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria. This feature-length documentary takes on the claims made in Al Gore’s alarmist documentary An Inconvenient Truth, a film that was determined by a British High Court judge to contain at least nine significant errors.

The film shows the other side of the scientific debate, the side that doesn’t exist according to the global warming extremists, with people such as Dr. Patrick Moore, founding member of Greenpeace, who said in the film, “I don’t believe that there is a climate catastrophe; I don’t use the word chaos or disaster to describe the present changes in climate, which are well within natural variations that have occurred in the past history of the earth.”



Not Evil Just Wrong - the true cost of warming hysteria.