Coke and WWF pedal more “untruths” for Christmas………why not “save people from Polar Bears”?

Posted: November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized

We’ve all seen the commercials, the warm and fuzzy smiling baby Polar Bears all drinking Coca Cola while penguins play amongst them. Heart rendering isn’t it?

THEN they put out a cry for help to save the Polar Bears from a fictitious Global Warming rendition that is misleading and utterly false to most viewers who are hunkered down in their apartments and cozy homes in the urban centres that resemble nothing that is comparable to the true North where children are being mauled by an explosion of Polar Bears and people keep guns beside their doors in case one big white fuzzy “coke swilling” bear decides THEY are on the menu!

But then why let the facts get in the way of a good advertising program for eco-zealots that are using the Global Warming scare tactics to influence political decisions by governments via the less than honest United Nations Environmental whackos!

First here is the Coke/WWF plea for participation.

VIDEO: Watch this video and $1 will go toward helping the WWF create an Arctic Home where polar bears and local communities can thrive

Now here’s the way it really is:

Polar bear numbers up, but rescue continues

National Post Nov 28.2012

Their status ranges from a “vulnerable” to “endangered” and could be declared “threatened” if the U.S. decides the polar bear is collateral damage of climate change.

Nobody talks about “overpopulated” when discussing the bears’ outlook.

Yet despite the Canadian government ‘s $150-million commitment last week to fund 44 International Polar Year research projects, a key question is not up for detailed scientific assessment: If the polar bear is the 650-kilogram canary in the climate change coal mine, why are its numbers INCREASING?

The latest government survey of polar bears roaming the vast Arctic expanses of northern Quebec, Labrador and southern Baffin Island show the population of polar bears has jumped to 2,100 animals from around 800 in the mid-1980s.

As recently as three years ago, a less official count placed the number at 1,400.

The Inuit have always insisted the bears’ demise was greatly exaggerated by scientists doing projections based on fly-over counts, but their input was usually dismissed as the ramblings of self-interested hunters.

As Nunavut government biologist Mitch Taylor observed in a front-page story in the Nunatsiaq News last month, “the Inuit were right. There aren’t just a few more bears. There are a hell of a lot more bears.”


AND here is a horrific video of a child being attacked in Russia: (Warning: don’t let your children watch this)

A group of polar bears have attacked a small town in Russia’s Far East. Witnesses insist one person was eaten alive – and have pictures of her picked-over remains. Meanwhile, more attacks are reported to have taken place.

A horrifying video was uploaded to the internet in the RU zone by the user x25rus showing polar bears attacking people in a small town in Russia’s Chukotka Autonomous Region. The bears appeared to be living in abandoned houses and were roaming the town in small groups of five. At the end of August, the animals were chased away from the town, but not before local people had endured a living hell at the hands of the unwelcome guests.

This video shows a young woman, apparently drunk and on the of relieving herself near an abandoned house. Suddenly, a bear attacks. Passersby shouts to the girl to run away. Then they start throwing bottles at the bear in the hope of saving the girl’s life. It works – the bear runs off and leaves his victim alive, though badly injured.

According to Rosbalt, on August 19 a bear killed a man in the town, causing widespread fury. Local people hunted down and killed three bears found wandering the streets.



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