Remember the outcry when Micheal Tobis merely asked the question ‘is unfairly criticizing those pushing for action on climate change and thus delaying action morally equivalent to killing people’? And then answered only by saying “It’s not all that obvious to me that it isn’t.”
Deniers like Marc Morano instantly claimed that: “Scientists claim that criticizing Al Gore is equal to killing 1000 people!” Of course anyone looking at the issue honestly would realize that saying ‘it’s not obvious that it isn’t” isn’t remotely close to answering in the affirmative. But we know Morano and his ilk aren’t looking at this issue honestly.
But just in case you weren’t convinced, take a look at the response (or rather lack thereof) when one of their own unequivocally sates that those pushing for action on climate change are already killing millions, and will kill tens of millions if we are not stopped.
Now the very same soi-disant “Greens” are killing millions by starvation in a dozen of the world’s poorest regions. Their biofuel scam, a nasty by-product of their shoddy, senseless, failed, falsified, fraudulent “global warming” bugaboo, has turned millions of acres of agricultural land from growing food for humans to growing fuel for automobiles. If we let them, they will carelessly kill tens of millions more by pursuing Osamabamarama’s stated ambition of shutting down nine-tenths of the economies of the West and flinging us back to the Stone Age without even the right to light fires in our caves. -Monckton
One of Monckton’s lesser known colleagues Art Robinson, even gave a talk called Nobel Prize for Death. And anyone familiar with the denialsphere knows that there are countless more examples.
So what is the response from Morano? Not a peep. What about the others in the denialsphere? Nothing. But I guess It’s OK if you are a climate change denier.