The “aftermath of a Global Warming protest”………….. the truth comes out!

Posted: February 18, 2013 in Uncategorized

50,000 protesters???………………could it be more like 10,000……………..or 5,000 or at the end only hundreds…………………it depends on who reports this stuff…………….

Go to any left wing media outlet they will decry the end of the world being right around the corner and by eleiminating all fossil fuels we will save the planet for our children and their children.

THEN, read the blogs, specially the ones who were in attendance and braved the cold that drove thousands to leave early after their photo op!

Mix in the absurd “ending of fossil fuel usage” with “end capitalism now”! and you may just get a true inkling of how radical this gaggle of idiots have become!

What’s going on?……………….are these fools just a bunch of mixed up, clearly “off the rails” granola eating miscreants or could they be “victims of a totalitarian group of so-called charities that want the Free World to be less Free”?

Rockefeller Foundation and Schumann Center financed a large amount of this “protest” even though if you ask most present at it about that fact you would probably get a “huh?” as an answer.

Sad that mainstream news doesn’t actually give people the full story, but then again it’s been a long time since mainstream news was a “legitimate news source!”

The Light Brigade Shines at the Shivering Blackout Rally

February 17, 2013 | Posted by 


Some observations from the “Forward on Climate” Rally:

    • Here’s the background on what you were doing February 17.
    • At least a dozen protesters we met were proudly pro-blackout. Here’s one example.
  • We wore shirts with the equation “Anti-Fossil + Anti-Nuclear = Pro-Blackout.” While we were preparing, at least a dozen protestors unthinkingly tried to buy the shirts condemning their position. But thinking was not the order of the day.
  • The mindlessness of the protest was highlighted by the typical response to a series of questions we asked. 1) “Are you anti-fossil fuel?” “Yes!” 2) “Are you anti-nuclear?” “Yes”! 3) “Are you pro-blackout?” “Yes!” Some of them retracted this after thinking about it…but thinking was not the order of the day.
  • The common refrain of most of the protesters was: “We can use other sources of energy,” referencing solar and wind, the biggest energy failures of the last century. When we pointed out that replacing reliable energy with unreliable energy was the equivalent of replacing steel with wood, they seemed unconcerned.
  • It was really, really cold the whole time. I was surprised that everyone we ran into was wearing oil-based clothing. I figured a couple people would try to symbolically wear “natural fibers,” I didn’t see any. When I pointed out to people that their clothes were made of oil, they blamed “the system.” When I pointed out that they could choose to wear more expensive, less effective clothing, they were unmoved. In “the future,” they wouldn’t need the evil material carried by “Keystone XL.”
  • For “the biggest climate rally in history,” attendance was remarkably sparse. Those of us in the Light Brigade guessed 5,000. We were heartened by the lack of real enthusiasm by the protesters. The Light Brigade, as our videos will show, had real passion–we love energy with conviction, while they hate it with confusion.
  • “Forward on climate” was personified by the shivering, emotionally muted, and fairly sparse crowd leaving early in their oil clothing to get to their coal and gas homes.



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