Monday, December 14, 2009

Debutante party for China

It has occurred to me that the conference in Copenhagen is the debutante party for China, where that country officially takes over world leadership from the increasingly hopeless United States. Just as the British Empire ended sometime in the 40s, but wasn't officially over until the Suez Crisis, so the United States has been finished for some time now (too many anti-fact/anti-science Right-Wing Authoritarians, and too many Wars For The Jews - speaking of which, ha!), and the world anxiously awaits the official passing of the torch.

"Why are climate change deniers like Stephens more interested in possible but unlikely scenarios like nuclear attacks by rogue states rather than the real and ongoing threat to national security and global stability posed by climate change?"

and also note, as you'll hear the exact opposite from various 'truthers', Climategateologists, swift boaters, Sarah Palins and their fucking ilk:
"(After all, if "indifference to evidence" is one indication of "the totalitarian impulse" described by Stephens, how embarrassing it must be for him to assert, as he did in his column Tuesday, "The earth has registered no discernable warming in the past 10 years" when, on that very same day, the World Meteorological Organization reported that "The decade from 2000 to 2009 was warmer than the decade from 1990 to 1999, which in turn was warmer than from 1980 to 1989," and further that "The year 2009 is likely to rank in the top 10 warmest on record since the beginning of instrumental climate records in 1850…")"

Hilarity always ensues when a government official contacts Cryptome, in this case ominously offering to 'help' a whistleblower.

"I’m sorry but we blew up your laptop (welcome to Israel)". This is just vandalism. When will put the mad dog down?

Homemade Submarines.
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