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People's ideas, like food, have a best before date

by Lazarus on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 10:25 AM
People's ideas, like food, have a best before date Margaret Atwood, along with her fellow 70's era icon David Suzuki is exhibiting proof that some people and their ideas have a “best before” date, and both of them have gone way past that, to the point of irrelevancy. David Suzuki showed that he has become nothing more than a doddering buffoon, whose ideas would be easily forgotten if not for the continued infatuation of the uncritical mainstream media, when he appeared on Australia's state broadcaster. During his appearance, he demonstrated that he not only knew nothing factual about the climate debate, but that even in his own field, genetics, his knowledge of the field stopped growing about the time when he gained his Ph.D. Margaret Atwood showed that either she has retreated into a senile innocence, or that she is completely out of touch with...
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Of Pixie Dust and Unicorns

by Lazarus on Tuesday, September 24, 2013 8:31 AM
Of Pixie Dust and Unicorns

Having watched and sparred with so many of the adherents of the Green Movement, over their fervent belief that society would be better for the total abandonment of fossil fuels and nuclear power, I was taken with a fit of whimsy. To look at the wonders of world from their child-like perspective. Imagine then as we journey to the land of the new Utopia and see the inhabitants enjoying life in their Utopian land with no unpleasant fossil fuels and see how life fares for them. As a twitter acquaintance said, the Utopians will gather Pixie Dust, which apparently can be used to replace many of the things that cause pollution and environmental damage, when “ not prancing hand-in-hand through sugarplum plantations and drinking deep from chardonnay waterfalls” Scottie Mhic Leòid Apparently Pixie Dust would used for a multitude of things in Utopia, replacing what petroleum products are used...
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Drinking from the Kool Aid filled Chalice of Saint Suzuki

by Lazarus on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 5:22 PM
David Suzuki gave a demonstration of his lack of moral courage as he chose to hide from SunNews reporter Jessica Hume at a public meeting where the media was invited to attend. Cowering in the back of the church where the meeting was held, Saint Suzuki asked others to confront Jessica and ask that she leave. First up was a whining woman who spent as much time talking about her “body image” problems as she did requesting that the SunNews team leave the church. She was followed by the United Church minister who demanded that SunNews leave his church. When told that the Green Party had sent out a press release advertising the event as a media event, he told Jessica that he didn't care and he wanted her to leave. When Hume stood her ground, and asked him if the meeting was a closed meeting, he insisted that if she did not have a ticket, she would have to leave. Upon her restating that she had been invited by the Green Party to the event along with other members of the media, he began to repeat himself, telling...
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