Stealth indoctrination in the classroom | Australian Climate Madness
My son brings home readers from Junior School. This isn't science or geography or any other specific subject area, just readers. But many of them have little drips (and not so little drips) of stealth indoctrination on climate change. This particular title reads like a propaganda pamphlet for the WWF. Unsubstantiated claims and alarmism are fed to nine-year-olds as fact, which, as all good nine-year-olds do, they soak up and believe unquestioningly. Here's a few choice quotes from the best pageNext Parliament 'last chance' to stop climate change - Telegraph
MPs in the next Parliament will go down in history as heroes or villains, depending on whether they make the right choices to tackle climate change, Sir Trevor warns.Give voters a voice in global warming policy
Voters should have a voice in the decision on how to best implement AB32, the state's global warming law. That's why the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association is supporting the California Jobs Initiative, a November ballot measure which will adjust the timetable activating expensive AB32-related regulations.The Daily Mash - GREEN CAMPAIGN URGES DRIVERS TO GET WEDGED UNDER LORRY
Moving ahead with AB32 at this point in time will do nothing to slow global warming, but it will cost Californians billions in higher taxes and more expensive energy at a time of record-high unemployment and a severe recession.
THE government's latest green motoring campaign is urging drivers to switch off their engines and get wedged under a massive lorry.The Daily Mash - SUNDERLAND TO BUILD CAR THAT WON'T REACH DONCASTER
Ministers say the scheme could cut CO2 emissions by seven percent over the next three years and will only be mind-buggeringly terrifying for the first hour or so.
The spokesman admitted it would be difficult to recharge the car in the middle of the South Yorkshire countryside due to Britain's 'scandalous shortage' of incredibly long extension leads.The Daily Mash - ORGANIC SHOPPERS REWARDED WITH RIGHT TO COMMIT EVIL
The spokesman said: "We are building up the infrastructure so that in five years time you'll be able to go to Tesco for your weekly shop and then nip into the recharging station for about 16 hours."
SHOPPERS are being offered the chance to use ethical purchases to 'offset' acts of unspeakable foulness.
The Eco-Path project aims to encourage consumers to shop sustainably in exchange for the legal right to indulge their darkest and most demented urges.