Obviously, THESE Morons Do Not Read “Hardnox And Friends”.

Because IF they DID, they would have seen numerous stories about the fallacy THEY are promulgating.

Had to laugh when I read this. From The Daily Caller.com.  Enjoy.

 

Greenpeace protests Arctic drilling as polar bears flourish

Got an excellent idea. Let’s send THESE guys to see……

………THESE guys. Although I’m sure THIS would be the result….

” GODDAMN Liberals. Give me the screamin’ shits EVERY time I eat them”.

 

By Michael Bastasch

As many as 3,000 protesters took to the streets of London and marched alongside a double-decker-bus sized polar bear puppet, calling for bans on oil and natural gas drilling in the Arctic.

The environmental group Greenpeace, which organized the protests, argues that oil and gas drilling contributes to global warming, which in turn reduces Arctic ice cover and causes polar bears to become endangered species.

“That ice is melting at a rapid rate meaning the ocean absorbs the sunlight resulting in a warmer earth,” writes Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace’s international executive director. ”Polar bears, seals, walruses and whales are just some of the species that call the Arctic home. And it’s all in danger.”

The protest comes amid news that the Arctic Sea’s ice coverage increased 60 percent — now covering one million more square miles of ice than at the same time last year. Media reports also show that there are more polar bears today than there were 40 years ago.

“There are far more polar bears alive today than there were 40 years ago,” author Zac Unger told NPR in an interview about his new book, “Never Look a Polar Bear in The Eye.” “There are about 25,000 polar bears alive today worldwide. In 1973, there was a global hunting ban. So once hunting was dramatically reduced, the population exploded.”

Additionally, a report from earlier this year found that polar bear populations in the area between Greenland and Canada may have reached the limits of what their natural environment can handle.

The polar bear was listed as a “threatened” species by the U.S. government in 2008 because of global warming — the first animal to be listed under the Endangered Species Act because of the anticipated effects of global warming.

But the government estimates there are 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears worldwide, living in Canada, Greenland, the northern Russian coast, islands of the Norwegian coast, and the northwest Alaskan coast.

Despite a seemingly flourishing polar bear population and rising Arctic ice coverage, environmentalists are still campaigning to ban oil and gas drilling in the region.

“The [polar bear] puppet, named Aurora, was animated by 15 puppeteers and carried the names of 3 million supporters to call for a ban on oil and gas drilling in the Arctic,” The Guardian reports.

The protesters marched right up to Royal Dutch Shell’s London headquarters in what Greenpeace called a “family-friendly” event to raise awareness about the effects of drilling on the Arctic.

“We did stand outside Shell’s headquarters for around an hour holding banners calling for the Arctic to be protected,” a Greenpeace spokeswoman told BBC News. “Shell has an injunction out on us so we had to stand outside a line around the site.”

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You have to hand it to the envirowienies. They are PERSISTENT.

Articles disproving “climate change”. Reports showing NO appreciable temperature increase in 15 YEARS. The Arctic ice sheet EXPANDING over 60% this summer ALONE. Polar bear populations  at RECORD numbers, straining their food supply.

Record COLD in the Arctic so far this fall. And these stalwarts are hanging on to that fallacy of “climate change” tighter than Gore on  a pizza pie.

Will THEY ever get it? The jig (oops, can I say that)  is UP on the scam.

Say, Greenpeace, and the rest of you fraudsters, do us a favor. Take a trip to the Arctic. Like, in December. Then, get back with us. Or, if we don’t hear from you, we will send as much Maalox and Kaopectate as we can get to the “non-existent” bears.

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Clyde

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15 Responses to Obviously, THESE Morons Do Not Read “Hardnox And Friends”.

  1. pepperhawk says:

    clyde, you can’t stop these doggone fools from their “heavenly” moronic duty to save this thing or that even when the evidence stares them in the face. High quality morons. LOL! I’d like to see those Polar Bears who are flourishing, start eating away. Then the bears will never have to hunt for food as it is presented to them on a silver platter. 😀

  2. Kathy says:

    I have to wonder if those 3 million supporters were signed up on that pier where Mike Dice (I think that’s his name?) hangs out and gets all those signatures from the comatose slugs.

    • Clyde says:

      Kathy, I’m SURE these are the same morons who show up to sign Mark Dice’s “petitions”. Just ONCE, I’d like to see him have them sign one banishing ALL liberals to Mars. Thanks for the comment.

  3. Mrs AL says:

    Clyde I have to tell you that while I am assuming you didn’t intend this to be really funny per se, when I read this:

    “As many as 3,000 protesters took to the streets of London and marched alongside a double-decker-bus sized polar bear puppet, calling for bans on oil and natural gas drilling in the Arctic.”

    I thought I would have to use the facilities. The picture in my head was hysterical. Protesting about Arctic drilling IN LONDON next to a BUS no less. It just hit my funny bone.

    And your final thought is priceless:

    “Say, Greenpeace, and the rest of you fraudsters, do us a favor. Take a trip to the Arctic. Like, in December. Then, get back with us.”

    Grrrreat post.

  4. LESS than THREE MINUTES~! That’s the time to research this reply.
    Googled Alaska NWR Acreage, and came up with TWO excellent sources of information, that will take an intelligent person ( OR a whippy moron ) less than TEN minutes to peruse and assimilate.
    1.) http://www.anwr.org/docs/CloseupofareaIII.pdf
    This is a map of the Alaska “Arctic National Wildlife Refuge”. PLEASE NOTE, that the OIL FIELDS BEING DRILLED are on the NORTH COAST. Meaning, there is MINIMAL wildlife disruption.

    2.) http://www.anwr.org/topten.htm
    A text article, ” TOP 10 REASONS TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT IN ANWR “. TWO SENTENCES from this article puts Greenpeace in its place. ” If oil is discovered, less than 2000 acres of the over 1.5 million acres of the Coastal Plain would be affected. That¹s less than half of one percent of ANWR that would be affected by production activity. ”

    Sadly, the pursuit of information and truth is NOT in the best interests of the liberal agenda.

    As the old saying goes, “I don’t vote. I just BITCH”. Well they vote,,, but don’t have the brains God gave a sick cat with diarrhea~!

  5. Hardnox says:

    Good post bro. Love the pics and the captions.

    I wonder what the enviro-wienies will be saying this winter when the northern states are ass-high to a giraffe in snow? More than likely they will be like OwlBore and not say a word till summer.

    • Clyde says:

      Thanks,Nox. Always try to gut-punch the asshats, AND get a laugh while doing so.
      A friend of mine from WAY up North, in da U.P., eh, says ALL the signs are pointing to a rough winter. He hasn’t seen the bears stay in the blueberry bushes for so long, and they get a bit aggressive when he tries to go into pick some for himself. He’s pretty much said screw it, he AIN’T about to wrestle the bastards for them. I think so around here too. NEVER have seen so many apples on the trees. The damn things have to be propped up with 2 x 4’s so the limbs don’t snap. Wild, in orchards, no matter. So many ringed caterpillars. The songbirds are bailing ALREADY. As to what they’ll say, shit, THAT is PREDICTABLE. They’ll blame ….wait for it……. GLOBAL WARMING. You know, the “Dumbass Default Position”.

  6. Buck says:

    Reminds me of the cowboy who went to town when the circus was in town. He returned to the ranch and told the other hands about the animal he saw that was twice as large as the largest buffalo, had a nose 6′ long, ears bigger than an eagle’s wings and legs big around as tree trunks. One of the cowboys said, “There ain’t no such animal.” The cowboy said the circus would be in the next town the next Saturday and they could go see. Saturday the two rode to the next town. The doubting cowboy goes in the tent, looks the elephant over closely from head to tail. On the way home he was asked what he thought. “I don’t care what I saw,” he replied, “There ain’t no such animal.”