Tag Archives: The Guardian

Guardian: Mass Immigration is Easing the Transition to a Climate Friendly Low Birthrate Future — Watts Up With That?

The Guardian thinks immigrants will be happy to take care of the old folk in rich countries who chose not to have kids. Or maybe robots will sort it all out.

via Guardian: Mass Immigration is Easing the Transition to a Climate Friendly Low Birthrate Future — Watts Up With That?

The wellbeing budget that sank — Kiwiblog

Tess McClure writes in The Guardian: Next month will mark two years since Arden’s Labour government introduced its first “wellbeing budget”, which, rather than bowing to economic metrics such as GDP, used a much broader range of outcomes, including human health, safety and flourishing, to assess the success of policies. The move was greeted with…

via The wellbeing budget that sank — Kiwiblog

BUSTED: Lockdowns Every Two Years or the Planet Gets It? The Guardian ‘Accidentally’ Suggests Covid-like Shutdowns Every Two Years to Meet Paris Climate Goals — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Someone is in big trouble at the The Guardian From thelibertybeacon.com ER Editor: We also recommend this RT piece from Feb. 27 titled World Economic Forum shouted down on Twitter for suggesting Covid-19 lockdowns ‘improved cities all over the world’. Like The Guardian below, the WEF outed themselves. Journalist Helen Buyniski mentions this story below. _____________________________________________________________________________________ The Guardian accidentally confirmed the…

via BUSTED: Lockdowns Every Two Years or the Planet Gets It? The Guardian ‘Accidentally’ Suggests Covid-like Shutdowns Every Two Years to Meet Paris Climate Goals — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

How extreme porn has become a gateway drug into child abuse — Family First NZ

The Guardian 15 December 2020Family First Comment: It’s imperative that we confront the issue now…“UK child abuse expert Michael Sheath is seeing what he believes is a dangerous cultural shift in the profile of offenders, brought about by the enormous change that increasingly extreme pornography is having on the developing teenage mind… It is the increasingly extreme…

via How extreme porn has become a gateway drug into child abuse — Family First NZ

The Guardian: Joe Biden’s $1.7 Trillion Investment Could Reduce Global Warming by 0.1C — Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian has inadvertently revealed the utter futility of throwing trillions of dollars of borrowed government money into the bottomless renewable energy pit. Joe Biden could bring Paris climate goals ‘within striking distance’ Biden’s presidency could help reduce global heating by about 0.1C if plans fulfilled, say experts Fiona Harvey Environment […]

via The Guardian: Joe Biden’s $1.7 Trillion Investment Could Reduce Global Warming by 0.1C — Iowa Climate Science Education

Put More Money into Renewable Energy or We’ll Report You to Joe Biden? — Watts Up With That?

According to The Guardian, Boris Johnson has only pledged £4 billion per year of an estimated £33 billion per year which is required to fund Britain’s zero carbon conversion to renewable energy. But the Guardian are confident Joe Biden will take an interest in Boris Johnson’s apparently lacklustre commitment.

via Put More Money into Renewable Energy or We’ll Report You to Joe Biden? — Watts Up With That?

Dutch court approves euthanasia in cases of advanced dementia — Family First NZ

The Guardian 22 April 2020Family First Comment: “The ruling means doctors cannot be prosecuted even if the patient no longer says they want to die”#slipperyslopeprotect.org.nz Doctors in the Netherlands are able to carry out euthanasia on patients with severe dementia without fear of prosecution even if the patient no longer expresses an explicit wish to die, the…

via Dutch court approves euthanasia in cases of advanced dementia — Family First NZ

Guardian Climate Crisis: Coal Use is Not Falling Fast Enough — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Guardian, coal use will have to collapse in the 2020s if we are to combat the climate crisis. Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal Global emissions down by 2% amid mild winter and reduced use of coal-fired power plants Jillian Ambrose and Simon GoodleyMon 9…

via Guardian Climate Crisis: Coal Use is Not Falling Fast Enough — Watts Up With That?

Climate Kid Greta Thunberg Demands World Abandon Fossil Fuel Investment ‘RIGHT NOW’ —

https://lidblog.com/climate-kid-greta-thunberg/ by Joe Newby And Jeff Dunetz | Jan 13, 2020 | Climate In an op-ed published by the Guardian on January 10, teenage climate kid Greta Thunberg, allegedly speaking along with 20 others, demanded the world abandon all investments in fossil fuel exploration and extraction, “right now.” “We demand that at this year’s forum, participants from all companies, banks, institutions,…

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Corbyn claims “we won the argument’ — Your NZ

The UK Labour Party had their worst election result since 1935, getting little more than half the seats that the Conservatives won, but twice unsuccessful leader Jeremy Corbyn claims that they “won the argument”. Guardian: We won the argument, but I regret we didn’t convert that into a majority for change The political system is […]

via Corbyn claims “we won the argument’ — Your NZ

The Guardian on Extinction Rebellion: “all I see is white faces” — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to a black member of Extinction Rebellion, the movement he supports is too white. When I look at Extinction Rebellion, all I see is white faces. That has to change Athian AkecSat 19 Oct 2019 16.00 AEDT XR must realise its lack of diversity, middle-class image and glamorisation of arrest…

via The Guardian on Extinction Rebellion: “all I see is white faces” — Watts Up With That?

The Guardian: Google is Financing Climate Deniers — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Guardian, Google is financing climate skeptic organizations like the Competitive Enterprise Institute, in direct contradiction to their stated public position on climate change. Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers Stephanie Kirchgaessnerin WashingtonFri 11 Oct 2019 17.00 AEDT Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with…

via The Guardian: Google is Financing Climate Deniers — Watts Up With That?

‘This can only backfire’: ANOTHER MAJOR NEWS OUTLET DITCHES ‘CLIMATE CHANGE’ FOR MORE ‘CLIMATE EMERGENCY’ —

https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/12/telemundo-climate-change-emergency/ By MICHAEL BASTASCH Telemundo, the second-largest Spanish language U.S. television network, will now use “climate emergency” to describe global warming, citing the “scientific community and linguistics experts.” This comes one month after The Guardian, a prominent U.K. newspaper, discarded climate change in favor of more alarming terms, like “climate emergency, crisis or breakdown.” Critics say…

via ‘This can only backfire’: ANOTHER MAJOR NEWS OUTLET DITCHES ‘CLIMATE CHANGE’ FOR MORE ‘CLIMATE EMERGENCY’ —

The Guardian: Just who let those deplorables vote, anyway? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

The Guardian: I don’t just read it so you don’t have to, I also read it because I like to keep myself open to different ideas. The left used to be big on ideas – whether or not most of them were bad – so, who knows? Maybe the Grauniad might have some interesting insight…

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The Guardian: Only “Radical” Climate Action Will Save Us from a Bleak Future of Watching Game of Thrones Reruns — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The coffee machine is running hot in Guardian Climate HQ. The heat is on over the climate crisis. Only radical measures will work Gaia VinceSun 19 May 2019 01.00 AEST Drowned cities; stagnant seas; intolerable heatwaves; entire nations uninhabitable… and more than 11 billion humans. A four-degree-warmer world is the stuff…

via The Guardian: Only “Radical” Climate Action Will Save Us from a Bleak Future of Watching Game of Thrones Reruns — Watts Up With That?

Global heating — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Yesterday, I wrote an article on ‘climate emergencies’ declared by ECan and Nelson council and pointed out that all they are doing is making people panic. Well, it seems that people are not panicking enough. Because of this, that illustrious leftist rag, The Guardian, has decided to up the rhetoric on climate issues… and instead…

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The Guardian Plans To Start Using Climate Alarmist Language Instead Of Accurate Scientific Terms — Daily Wire

Our media peddles more propaganda with each passing year. In 2013, the AP Stylebook told news outlets to stop using the legally appropriate term “illegal alien” or “illegal immigrant” and to start calling them “undocumented immigrants” to avoid hurtful labels.

via The Guardian Plans To Start Using Climate Alarmist Language Instead Of Accurate Scientific Terms — Daily Wire

A new low for The Guardian: Climate Denial Linked to the Christchurch Mosque Massacre — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Guardian author Rebecca Solnit wonders whether the white supremacist terrorists who massacred 50 unarmed Muslims in Christchurch chose last Friday to distract attention from the Climate Change Student Strike. Why climate action is the antithesis of white supremacy Rebecca Solnit Tue 19 Mar 2019 22.58 AEDT Behind the urgency of climate…

via A new low for The Guardian: Climate Denial Linked to the Christchurch Mosque Massacre — Watts Up With That?

Seven UK Labour MP quit — Kiwiblog

The Guardian reports: Seven Labour MPs, including Chuka Umunna and Luciana Berger, have resigned from the party saying they will sit as a new independent group.Berger, the MP for Liverpool Wavertree, said it had been a “difficult, painful but necessary decision” for them all.The other five MPs are Gavin Shuker, Angela Smith, Chris Leslie, Mike Gapes and…

via Seven UK Labour MP quit — Kiwiblog

“Brexit is all coming down to Ireland” and “We are at the very beginning of a national rage” — Your NZ

Commentary from The Guardian after Donald Tusk’s attention seeking comment – A special place in hell? Donald Tusk didn’t go far enough Martin Kettle: “Brexit is all coming down to Ireland” Not only were the Brexiters clueless: they didn’t give a stuff about Ireland. But this will come back to haunt the Tories Donald Tusk […]

via “Brexit is all coming down to Ireland” and “We are at the very beginning of a national rage” — Your NZ

Guardian: More People Being “Converted” to Climate Belief — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall They actually used the word “converts” to describe people who changed their mind about climate change. How to change the minds of climate deniers Kate Yoder for Grist Sun 3 Feb 2019 21.00 AEDT For some people, the awakening comes in science class. In the Reddit thread titled “Former climate…

via Guardian: More People Being “Converted” to Climate Belief — Watts Up With That?

Canadian Woman Requests Euthanasia for Pelvic Mesh Pain — Euthanasia-Free NZ: Supporting care and compassion within the limits of the present law

There are growing concerns about the safety of pelvic mesh implants. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classified a vaginal pelvic mesh implant as a high-risk device. According to The Guardian, 1 in 15 UK women who received vaginal pelvic mesh implants in a ten year period had to have these partially or fully removed due…

via Canadian Woman Requests Euthanasia for Pelvic Mesh Pain — Euthanasia-Free NZ: Supporting care and compassion within the limits of the present law

Guardian: Break up Facebook (and while we’re at it, Google, Apple and Amazon) — peoples trust toronto

 

https://ift.tt/2PI0cGK Robert Reich Last week, the New York Times revealed that Facebook executives withheld evidence of Russian activity on their platform far longer than previously disclosed. They also employed a political opposition research firm to discredit critics. America’s Gilded Age of the late 19th century began with a raft of innovations – railroads, steel production, […]

via Guardian: Break up Facebook (and while we’re at it, Google, Apple and Amazon) — peoples trust toronto

Fleeing Sea Level Rise In Miami — Iowa Climate Science Education

 

The Guardian says Florida is about to be wiped off the map, by 205 feet of sea level rise – which is doubling every 15 years. Rising seas: ‘Florida is about to be wiped off the map’ | Environment | The Guardian Someone better tell these tourists in Miami. https://www.earthcam.com/usa/florida/miamiandthebeaches/?cam=miamibeach7 There has been no change […]

via Fleeing Sea Level Rise In Miami — Iowa Climate Science Education

Climate activists have long history of ducking debates with skeptics — Watts Up With That?

 

In response to this ridiculous letter in the Guardian saying “we won’t share a debate platform with skeptics” Marc Morano writes: Climate activists and scientists supporting the alleged “consensus” on man-made global warming have a long history of suppressing debate and intimidation scientists into silence. As a new round of calls go out to shut…

via Climate activists have long history of ducking debates with skeptics — Watts Up With That?

James Frayne: As the Guardian pushes for the Left, will the Mail do the same for the Right? — Conservative Home

James Frayne is Director of communications agency Public First and author of Meet the People, a guide to moving public opinion. The Conservative Party is understandably overwhelmingly focused on meeting immediate policy and campaign challenges posed by Brexit, Labour’s stubborn poll numbers and the possibility of an early election. As such, worrying about long-term cultural and structural changes…

via James Frayne: As the Guardian pushes for the Left, will the Mail do the same for the Right? — Conservative Home

I threw a tantrum and they just ignored me — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Oh dear, oh dear; a poor little greenie got upset and the world did not stop revolving to sort out his problem. The curious thing is that this little throwing-the-rattle-out-of-the-pram debacle was actually written up as an opinion piece by the tantrum thrower himself in the ‘extreme far left newspaper’ The Guardian. Rupert Read, a philosophy teacher…

via I threw a tantrum and they just ignored me — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Unsustainable: Ontario, Canada to end “Basic Income” experiment — Fellowship of the Minds

 

Gee, who could have predicted that? From The Guardian: Ontario’s new Conservative government has said it will scrap the province’s basic income pilot, calling it expensive and unsustainable – and bringing an abrupt end to North America’s first government-backed trial of the idea in decades. The previous Liberal government launched the pilot program last year, […]

via Unsustainable: Ontario, Canada to end “Basic Income” experiment — Fellowship of the Minds

The Guardian: “Climate change denial won’t even benefit oil companies soon”… Is it even grammatically possible to deny climate change? — Watts Up With That?

 

Guest ridicule by David Middleton I owe the USA Today Editorial Staff an apology. Their “Hellish July” editorial wasn’t the stupidest thing I’ve ever read. It wasn’t even the stupidest thing I’ve read this week… Climate change denial won’t even benefit oil companies soon Phil McDuff The damage caused by our addiction to burning fossil…

via The Guardian: “Climate change denial won’t even benefit oil companies soon”… Is it even grammatically possible to deny climate change? — Watts Up With That?