MIT talk: ‘Is Islamophobia Accelerating Global Warming?’

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“Is ISLAMOPHOBIA accelerating global warming?,” MIT Global Studies and Languages, May 9, 2016 (thanks to Faisal Saeed AlMutar):

The Ecology and Justice Forum In Global Studies And Languages Presents:
Ghassan Hage

Ghassan Hage is Future Generation Professor in the School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry, University of Melbourne

Introduced By Bettina Stoetzer, Global Studies And Languages
Mon. May 9
5:00 pm

This talk examines the relation between Islamophobia as the dominant form of racism today and the ecological crisis. It looks at the three common ways in which the two phenomena are seen to be linked: as an entanglement of two crises, metaphorically related with one being a source of imagery for the other and both originating in colonial forms of capitalist accumulation. The talk proposes a fourth way of linking the two: an argument that they are both emanating from a similar mode of being, or enmeshment, in the world, what is referred to as ‘generalised domestication.’

Dutch Geologist Calls Climate Science A ‘Mass Hysteria’ – ‘Historians Will Shake Their Heads In Disbelief’

Gerrit van der Lingen has recently published a fascinating book, “The Fable of a Stable Climate, the writings and debates of a climate realist.

Most of the public information about the climate comes from scientists who studied the weather and weather processes and who consider temperature data of 150 years already a long period. For geologist and paleoclimatologist van der Lingen this is only a heartbeat in the geological history, which forms the only correct context for judging the present climate developments.

Ideology vs pure science

While studying climate change in the past van der Lingen realised that the present belief in man-made catastrophic global warming caused by CO2 emissions is not supported by the science and that it seems the debate is one between ideology and pure science.

The first chapter of his book an overview giving a clear overview of the climate debate, with all its high and low points. It draws attention to important participants, protagonists as well as antagonists. What really surprises Gerrit van der Lingen is how it is possible that intelligent people have been taken in by the AGW hypothesis and seem to have lost all sense of reality as a consequence.

British science delegation misbehaviour

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Wash. Times Editorial: ‘Climate Hustle’ Challenges Climate Claims: ‘A new documentary questions the official catechism of the greenies’

The documentary played the skunk at the United Nations climate-change garden party in Paris in December, disputing the notion that super hurricanes and tornadoes will flatten areas remaining above water once the melting ice caps submerge the world’s coastal cities. Following the Paris party, the leaders of 192 nations gathered in New York on Earth Day to sign a climate-change deal.

In the context of the global warming debate, “Climate Hustle” argues that the underlying agenda of the climate change lobby is not about the climate at all. It’s about badgering, to force a globalist administration on the world for redistributing the wealth from prosperous nations to improvident poor ones.


National Review on ‘Climate Hustle’: ‘Impressive’ – ‘Hilarious’ Exposé of Global-Warming Alarmism

Climate Hustle exposes the industry of climate alarmism through an impressive sequence of interviews and news clips revealing the politicized narrative pushed onto the public…

Damning sequences show original clips of news anchors and scientists changing their tune as doom-predicting climate models fail to match the facts…

Climate Hustle is at its best when juxtaposing contradictory claims. And they are everywhere…

Morano shows scientists walking back some of their bizarre predictions, and he also shows mainstream climate scientists admitting they’re not on board with the headline-grabbing acts…

In old letters that Climate Hustle digs up, Thomas Jefferson and the first president of the British Royal Society worried about infrequent winter snow and shrinking Greenland ice in the early 19th century…

Morano appears prominently in Climate Hustle, which he co-wrote and narrates. He is an intelligent, witty man who’s followed climate science closely for years, but by the end of the first hour his smart-aleck style gets in the way……