Truman Green's science rumours

June 27, 2013

Jason Kenney tells the truth.

Filed under: Uncategorized — trugreen1 @ 3:21 pm

Jason Kenney, Canada’s Multiculturism and Immigration Minister, will never use the word, “hoax” to describe global warming, but it’s easy to know from his choice of words that he knows it’s a hoax.

Kevin Newman, CTV newsperson, tried to goad Kenney into claiming a connection between the Alberta floods and global warming, but to Newman’s obvious disappointment Kenny said something like this: “The scientists I’ve been reading aren’t claiming a connection between the floods and global warming. The area flooded in 1892 like this and noone said anything about global warming.”

In another interview with another fake journalist who tried to goad Kennney into claiming a connection, Kenney said something like this:

“The world has been cooling, not warming for the last 16 years, so let’s not politicize the flooding.”

Kenney must know that the floods were caused by something other than global warming, and that global warming is a political–not scientific conclusion.

I’m sure Kenney’s been briefed that many of the weird, extreme recent events were caused by weather experimentation, but, of course, neither he nor any other Western politician will ever admit it.

Regardless, it seems to me that Kenney’s objections to the global warming-extreme weather events connection must derive from a purely ethical and moral consideration as he has nothing to gain by refuting the global warming connection.

Good on you, Jason Kenney.



1 Comment »

  1. I saw you at the Surrey Memorial Hospital the other day and you looked so bad and unhealthy you looked like you had been a victim of global warming. What is aling you?
    You look 80 years old and you have lost a great deal of weight.

    Comment by JAmes GReen — August 30, 2013 @ 6:47 am

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