Recently I wrote about a meeting of world leaders that is scheduled to take place in Copenhagen in December 2009. I also have written about what Lord Monckton had to say while talking with Glenn Beck, as they discussed the treaty that is expected to be discussed and signed by leaders at this meeting.
Today I offer an "advertisement" that was produced by the government of Great Britain, showing a father reading his daughter a bedtime story. In this tall tale, puppies drown and rabbits are left without water to drink because of rising CO2 levels.
Either the little girl in this "advertisement" is an extremely good actress, or they really have their message down, because as the story is told the expression on the little girl's face becomes more one of despair than the original joy one would expect from a child as her Daddy read her a bedtime story.
While this is a situation taking place on foreign soil, this is not a foreign concept to Americans. In 2007 The Washington Post did a very interesting piece on how parents are having to find productive outlets for their 8-year-olds' obsessions with dying polar bears. Teachers say enrollment in high school and college environmental studies classes is doubling year after year. And psychologists say they're seeing an increasing number of young patients preoccupied by a climactic Armageddon.
In the 1970's people were lead to believe that the world was doomed to freeze due to "Global Cooling." For the past 20 or more years the name of the Earth's doom has changed from "Global Warming" to "Climate Change," and now in America, we have President Obama discussing the idea that if we do not provide "Environmental Justice" we are sure to destroy Mother Earth.
Now we have the government of one of the world's leading nations producing propaganda that shows a big "Carbon Monster" hovering over the land, leaving a little girl asking if there will be a happy ending. When it comes "Climate Change" propaganda, the only happy ending will be the day this type of scare tactic ceases to exist.