Weather Channel goes Orwell

By |2016-11-03T23:58:33+00:00November 3rd, 2016|Climate|3 Comments

The Weather Channel released a video featuring kids lecturing their parents about global warming.

Just how much should we believe these children understand about the complexities of climate science?  Where did they get weather-channel-kids-2their information?

Indoctrinating children and using them to influence their parents is something right out of a dystopian novel.  It is a favored technique of tyrannical regimes of all stripes.

Here are some examples of the erroneous “facts” (and their refutations) recited by children in the video that Marc Morano posted at CFACT’s Climate Depot.  (His coverage made the Drudge Report):

Dear Mom and Dad:

CFACT’s readers know that these are propaganda talking points that do not stand up when studied under the unforgiving lens of real-world scientific observation.

Increasingly adults are not falling for the climate campaign’s false arguments.  Leonardo DiCaprio’s new climate film couldn’t rank higher than number 61 in the ratings as Anthony Watts pointed out at Watts Up With That.

That’s why they target children.

Hey Weather Channel, 1984 was a warning not an instruction manual!

About the Author:

Craig Rucker is president and co-founder of CFACT.

3 Comments

  1. Brin Jenkins November 5, 2016 at 2:25 AM

    Tony Blair famously said Education, education, education. We all thought how good this would be getting a well educated generation of youngster. In reality it was a liberal mind bending exercise where logic was replaced by critical thinking and consensus for debate. Now we see bullying of dissenters which stops all progress in science and socially.

  2. Lincoln November 6, 2016 at 7:40 AM

    “Education is a weapon whose effects depend on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed.” Joseph Stalin

  3. Ray Tort November 14, 2016 at 11:44 PM

    I bet if you showed these kids some real data and real graphs, they would sing a different tune.

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