Guardian shock: A warmist is still, er … a warmist!

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Once a warmist...

Yah boo sucks – he’s now on our side! Ner ner! And who said the climate debate was childish? They are referring to Bjørn Lomborg of course, who the hysterics always claimed was a filthy denier and sceptic. He was never anything of the sort, of course. He was a solid believer in man-made climate change, he just disagreed with the methods proposed to combat it. But hey, it’s a great story, so let not the truth stand in the way of it. The Guardian cannot conceal its glee, as the Herald Sun reports:

AN ECONOMIST dubbed the world’s most prolific climate change sceptic [“dubbed”, yes, by the moonbat media as a convenient target, but he never was] has admitted global warming is the biggest threat to the world and called for a $US100 billion ($112 billion) fund to fight it.

Bjorn Lomborg previously accused scientists, campaigners and the media of exaggerating the rate of global warming and argued that resources should be spent on more immediate crises such as fighting malaria and Aids.

The Dane said a lot of money is being spent on climate change with very little being achieved. [Dead right there]

But in a new book to be published next month he calls for a $US100 billion fund to tackle the problem and admits climate change is “undoubtedly one of the chief concerns facing the world today“, The Guardian newspaper reported. (source)

Don’t anybody say this is just a distraction to deflect attention away from the recent damning report into the IPCC… oops, James Delingpole just did (a worthwhile read).

Comments

  1. Laurie Williams says:

    Another book. More royalties from sales to the gullible. Financially rewarding addiction – for him.

  2. I do hope he didnt pour bleach down the plughole into the eco system when he had his hair done!.


  3. I’ve been following the anthropogenic global warming fraud since the late ’70s (when it was merely a wild-hair hypothesis being spouted by a cluster of dubious Chicken Little types desperate for grant funding and tenure), and I confess I’d never heard of this Lomborg fella.

    Now having heard of his “conversion” (apparently upon considering the big ‘berg just calved from the Petermann glacier in Greenland), I’m supposed to think that he was ever genuinely skeptical of the premises underlying the “catastrophic” AGW nonsense?

    Yeah, sure. Yank the other one. It’s got bells on it.

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