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December 9, 2008

George Moonbat Denounces Hoax Deniers

George Monbiot, who may have given us the word "moonbat" (thought to be a play on his name), continues his generosity with endless laughs at his own expense as he crusades against civilization in the name of the global warming hoax. He starts his latest diatribe with this confession:

We all create our own reality, and shut out the voices we do not want to hear.

The rest of the piece is devoted to whining about how he doesn't want to hear people pointing out that his beloved global warming crisis — "the most dangerous situation humankind has ever encountered" — is a farcical sham.

Those of us who draw attention to the potential cost of the hoax to our liberty and economic well-being are predictably denounced as "professional deniers employed by fossil fuel companies." If only his paranoid fantasies were true, I wouldn't have to accept Blogads from PETA.

George Monbiot, moonbattery personified.

On a tip from Pochechuyev.

Posted by Van Helsing at December 9, 2008 9:40 AM


Those of us who draw attention to the potential cost of the hoax to our liberty and economic well-being are predictably denounced as "professional deniers employed by fossil fuel companies."

Dude! You mean I've been giving the raspberry to global warming all this time for free? When I could have been getting paid for it? Crap!

Posted by: Paco at December 9, 2008 10:22 AM

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - December 8, 2008 ( Rare 50 year Arctic Blast Sets Sights On Southern California.

With a week away, and a sure sign of things to come, is making preparations on the server to handle the traffic from this next event. UJEAS is in line with the majority if not all the other models in keeping a near historical arctic air mass into the Southern California region.

With a warm November, Southern California is finally ready for cold storms to make their way in. Resort level snow will be likely next week, and in pretty hefty amounts if things stay on track. Meteorologist Kevin Martin predicts a 50 year event. While Martin is usually conservative on these events, the pattern highly favors it. "We are in a pre-1950 type pattern, "said Martin. "We know we are due for a winter storm sometime this year. The type we may be dealing with will be ranked up there with the known years before 1950, which set record low daytime temperatures into the forecast region. With this, may come low elevation snow."

Forecaster Cameron Venable is seeing very cold temperatures in the Los Angeles areas as well. Torrance is not usually known for winter weather, thus making this an interesting event for Venable to track.

"Temperatures in Siberia, Russia will be -81 degrees this week, "said Martin. "With those type of temperatures the arctic air mass has to spill somewhere. Our answer of the exact track will become more clear this week. All residents in the mountain communities should prepare this week for very cold, winter weather, with snow."

Indications are a second, colder storm could hit near the 18th-22nd time-frame. The details on that will have to be sorted out.

Posted by: Air2air at December 9, 2008 10:25 AM

We all create our own reality, and shut out the voices we do not want to hear.
~ Moonbat

No, we don't. This website is proof that adults do listen to "voices we do not want to hear."

That sentence by Moonbat sums up the Leftist mindset like nothing I've seen before.

Posted by: Kevin R at December 9, 2008 10:50 AM

As a paid shill for Big Oil (I got a set of free steak knives in 1970 form Shell) I invite Mr. Moonbat to join us in Minnesota while we freeze our butts off (again).

and... for an even bigger laugh -
the local paper has an article saying that the moose are disappearing from Minnesota due to... wait for it.... YES! rising temperatures!!!! OMG, global warming is killing the moose off! Of course the moose and all us humans are having a hard time reconciling this announcement with the utility bills we humans have been getting for the last couple of years showing year-to-year temperature drops of 1 to 3 degrees on the monthly average. Hmmmmm, maybe there's an agenda here??

Posted by: chuck in st paul at December 9, 2008 11:36 AM

We all create our own reality, and shut out the voices we do not want to hear.

No we don't.

Liberals create their own reality, and shut out the voices they do not want to hear.
(with medication)

Law of Liberalism: the more emotion, the more true it is. (Quantifiable as the inverse relationship between sniveling and fact).

Posted by: Fiberal at December 9, 2008 12:09 PM

"I reject your reality and substitute my own." Isnt that what the guy from Mythbusters said?

Posted by: Name at December 9, 2008 12:13 PM

GEORGE MOINBOT and STICK IN A HIGHCAHIR SOCK HIM IN THE JAW FLUSH HIM DOWN THE TOILET RAH,RAH,RAH wow they dont get anymore homely then this double ugly moonbat pig

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 9, 2008 12:25 PM

Those of us who draw attention to the potential cost of the hoax to our liberty and economic well-being are predictably denounced as "professional deniers employed by fossil fuel companies."

And Monbiot is a professional hack employed by a leftwing "progressive" rag. So there, we're even.

Posted by: Pam at December 9, 2008 12:52 PM

Milwaukee is in the middle of another brutal winter, just like last year. If man-made global warming is real, I may just go out and buy the biggest Suburban I can find, and encourage my neighbors to do the same. They'd probably go along with it, as all of us are already sick of shoveling snow (three times in the last two weeks). We are getting dumped on again as I write this.

On second thought, maybe a Lamborghini Murcielago would be a better thought - it's rated at 8 and 13 MPG and a whole lot more fun! I wonder if you can get snow tires for it?

Posted by: CoderInCrisis at December 9, 2008 1:05 PM

I once lived in Utah and that is the one state where where 'Global Warming' will never be thought of as real. After all, it's hard to belive that polar bears are drowning when it's -8 at nine in the moring.

Posted by: Big_Daddy at December 9, 2008 2:06 PM

My idea of the perfect storm:

Just as the thousands of buses get into town for the inaugeration, I want 4 inches of freezing rain. It would be nice if every powerline on the East coast was broken like hammered spagetti. Then with about 2 inches of ice on everything and the power off and all roads closed, I would like it to change to snow. About twenty inches would be about right for Washington DC. That means the buses would be stranded all through the area and people sitting around in dark filling stations fighting over a few remaining candy bars in vending machines. Once the snow ends in a couple of days, I would like it to get about 20 degrees below zero for about two weeks with hard winds (somewhere in the 25 to 40 mph range.)

This might possibly cause somebody in the MSM to wonder if there is a problem with Global Warming.

Posted by: SnowSnake at December 9, 2008 3:17 PM

Up in ALASKA they absolutly resent these eco-freaks i mean to many GREENPEACE and the SIERRA CLUB are PUBLIC ENEMY #1 I sure would like to send this moniot yahoo to the furthest star in the universe and let some alien birds eat him bones and all

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 9, 2008 6:29 PM


About the time that bottled water became popular, rabid Liberalism was gaining ground.
"THEY" have been putting STUPID PILLS in bottled water to make Liberalism acceptable!

You may now return to your regularly-schedualed insanity.

Posted by: KHarn at December 9, 2008 6:44 PM


Oh comeon, don't tell me none of you thought the same thing.

Posted by: Eoin at December 10, 2008 5:44 AM

He certianly would make a great villin for some disney film He reminds you of RATAKIN the villian from THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at December 10, 2008 7:47 AM

Big Daddy, it is no longer called "global warming." It's now "climate change" because it's more vague, therefore harder to debunk.

Posted by: Pam at December 10, 2008 7:51 AM

Cruel, Snowsnake!

Look at that picture of Moonbat. He keeps himself purposely tanned all year around, even in jacket weather so it looks like the sun is broiling him alive.

Hey George, chicks think that Jergen's make the best non-sun tanner. Looks authentic and not too expensive.

Posted by: Karin at December 10, 2008 11:31 AM