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Climate Hustle – A movie that presents the other side of the story, whether you want to hear it or not

October 2020

This film and its sequel Climate Hustle 2, certainly won’t change everyone’s mind. Whether you agree with Mark Marano or not, some take-always after watching this film:

We can’t say the science is settled and that all scientists agree on climate change, because the film shows that plenty of reputable scientists disagree with anthropogenic (mam-made) climate change;

We should critically question everything we hear about climate change, not just automatically agree or disagree with the arguments;

Proponents of anthropogenic climate change need to stop with the hysterical doomsday rhetoric, especially since so many catastrophic predictions have been so colossally wrong;

We may not all be scientists, but you don’t need to have any science background to see that so many catastrophic predictions by scientific experts advocating the climate change narrative have been so colossally wrong. Some of these experts are now renouncing their former catastrophic statements. We should always critically question scientists as much as we may agree with them;

Questioning “scientific facts” is a positive thing and we should encourage it, no demonize dissent, otherwise we will never evolve;

It shows we should always think about what we are doing and we must always be willing to adjust our thinking;

Humans are not the enemy of the planet;

We must cease tying weather and climate change together. They are different factors;

We must cease calling carbon dioxide a pollutant and remember that it’s the food of life; it’s essential for photosynthesis; the earth will actually, not metaphorically, be greener with more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere;

We must cease demonizing “climate change deniers” as wanting to pollute the planet; as not caring about the environment. It’s possible to advocate against anthropogenic climate change and be an environmentalist too; to care about clean air, clean water, and be in favour of responsible use of fossil fuels; to be in favour of strict emissions controls brought about through technology and cleaner burning or zero emission energy sources like nuclear power, instead of carbon taxation.;

There is great hypocracy in the ranks of the elites in politics and entertainment. The Al Gores, David Suzukis and Leo DiCaprios of the world love to tell us how we need to reduce our carbon footprints, yet they don’t practice what they preach;

Those elites who want to eliminate the fossil fuel industry in North America don’t go to countries like Saudia Arabia, China, Russia or Venezuela and tell them to shut down their energy sectors, yet they want us to do just that;

Wind and solar will never be able to replace our current energy industries;

If you think our modern world is killing people, go to a third-world country and you will see what is really killing people. It could be argued that these third-world countries are actually doing more to destroy the planet, as they are more concerned with just staying alive than the size of their carbon footprint;

We need to take politics out of the issue;

Follow the money. There’s a lot of money in the climate change industry. Of course, there is a lot of money in other sectors, like the oil industry, but let’s not pretend that the climate change industry is all about altruism and let them off let them off the money-train aspect;

We should always take care of our planet, but regardless of anything we have done, or will do, the planet has done pretty good, perhaps in spite of us.

About the author

Bruce Forsyth

Bruce Forsyth served in the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve for 13 years (1987-2000). He served with units in Toronto, Hamilton & Windsor and worked or trained at CFB Esquimalt, CFB Halifax, CFB Petawawa, CFB Kingston, CFB Toronto, Camp Borden, The Burwash Training Area and LFCA Training Centre Meaford.

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