Thursday, 22 January 2009

The Desperation of the Man Made Global Warming Moonies


As the great Ronnie used to say: there they go again. Inexplicably, the messiah Obama didn't come on strong enough for the new religionists in his inaugural address, so Susan Watts of Newsnight got her scissors and paste out, and put things right. What a dishonest and arrogant woman. Plus, she manages to patronise her pin-up Barrack.

I have no prejudicial reason to deny man-made climate change; I have as much interest in a healthy planet for my great-grandchildren as anyone else. But I can spot cant, hypocrisy and humbug when I see it, and the Al Gore lobby has a big red warning light flashing on it. It couldn't be more obvious if it was standing on a stepladder in no-man's land at night, wearing a luminous balaclava and chainsmoking.

H/T The excellent Englishman's Castle

27 comments:

Tuscan Tony said...

Extraordinary.

Tuscan says: "Idle scratches his living as banker, and spends his days toiling for his loved ones, and saying "nuts" to socialists"

BBC reports: "Idle scratches his nuts"

Alceste said...

Idle says "I work shifts in a paint factory and if you asked me my favourite colour I would say "tan".

BBC reports: Idle says "I worship Satan."

Tuscan Tony said...

I returned here to offer up a suggestion to Mr Idle that this has makings of a compo, rich in prizes and humour. I see that Alceste has set out his stall in that regard already.

Alceste said...

Actually that was a complete coincidence. I just felt people should know that Idle works in a paint factory, likes shades of brown and is a satanist.

idle said...

The only reason they caught me was because of very slight traces of Dulux Seasoned Oak that attached themselves to the body of the young vagrant that we slew in the ritual.

Yes, Tuscan, a compo it may have to be. Under the title 'Send Three and Fourpence', I reckon.

Philipa said...

Thanks, Idle. Good link to excellent post. Naughty BBC.

BBC reports that both Idle and Brown being Satanists is a complete coincidence.

Alceste said...

Idle says "I take great pleasure in tasting wine, especially Gewurtztraminer and other Alsation varieties. I find it goes down very well with a nice bit of cheese."

BBC reports: Idle says "I pleasure Alsation bitches."

Alceste said...

Might have been even better if I could spell Alsatian. Bugger.

Tuscan Tony said...

Repost this Friday as a prize-free challenge with all speed, sir.

idle said...

Welcome, alceste. Are you new to this site, or have you parked your bicycle here before, under a different nom de plume?

idle said...

Will do, TT.

Alceste said...

Some call me...Tim

Tuscan Tony said...

Alceste: or possibly - "a shrubbery!!!!!!!"

Philipa said...

I'm was to the site but never mind.

idle said...

Philipa, forgive me. I feel I know you from many comments over many months chez Lilith, and other places.

But you ARE a new scalp for idle's comments section, and it is all the better for it. The stench of the Tuscan's hair oil and the beast's Lidl continental aftershave have dominated for too long, and any fragrance and elegance that I can attract from elsewhere is much to be applauded. I hope you will visit regularly.

idle said...

Alceste - Tim, eh?

I googled alceste and alcestis and gleaned that SHE was an ancient Greek royal, whose fidelity was legend. So I expected a sheila.

Perhaps I'm barking up the wrong olive tree.

Alceste said...

Wrong tree indeed. You need to brush up on your Moliere. Alceste is the title character in Le Misanthrope, and he is definitely un homme.

Fubsy said...

Idle said he saw the Prince today and observed that he looked a little pale.
"Does this country need a wan king if it is to reclaim its status as tops in the monarchal stakes?" he mused.....

BBC reports: "Idle says wanking is tops."

Fubsy said...

Idle is a keen ornithologist and says he is especially thrilled by the coal tits who have been observed outside his kitchen window , pecking for all they are worth at the coconut hung out for them by his cleaner, Mrs Warboys.

BBC report: Idle says "Tits out for the boys"

Alceste said...

Idle is said to have a passion for gardening, which does wonders for his crippling asthma. "Nothing better than to see a flower bed without a weed, " he breathlessly pants.

BBC reports Idle says "I've weed my pants"

Barnsley Bill said...

need to send you an email sir. have some code for you...

electro-kevin said...
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electro-kevin said...

Global warming is a doctrine, not a science. It, along with PC, serves the same purpose as the Bible did before Christianity was deposed as the underpinning doctrine of our society.

I wanted to say something funny a la Tuscan.

idle said...

E-K, are you sure taking the Tuscan as a role model for comedy is wise?

Thanks to all contribs. I'm going to formalise this in a compo later, per the Tuscan's suggestion.

Alceste said...

Idle loves poetry and has a "nose" for the lyrical. A foe of homogeneity, he applies to each stanza an analysis which is thematic and textual.

BBC reports: Idle "knows" homosexuals

Fubsy said...

Idle is a frequent visitor to the South of France. His favourite route takes him via Gradignan, a delightful old town. Left to himself he would probably stay there, avoiding the ghastly traffic which proceeds at a limping pace into the great metropolis of Nice.

BBC reports: Idle says Viagra left him limp.

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