Skip to comments.Al Gore's filmmaker foes branded 'Hitler's henchmen' by environmentalists
Posted on 09/03/2009 3:14:28 PM PDT by Schnucki
Weve heard a lot this summer about the hateful rhetoric emanating from Right-wingers at health care town halls across the country. Just yesterday, I got an email from President Barack Obamas Organising America campaign, railing against the frightening smears and outrageous lies - and asking for a cash donation.
But some friends of mine from Ireland, Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, whose film Not Evil Just Wrong is due to premiere next month, have been subjected to a slew of death threats and instances of disgusting abuse from the environmental Left. One commenter branded them Hitlers Henchmen.
Their crime? Their film dares to challenge the conventional wisdom about global warming - they prefer to call it global warming hysteria - and take on Al Gores An Inconvenient Truth. Rather than try to rebut the arguments of the couple, it seems, their opponents want to shut down any debate.
One environmentalist sent McAleer and McElhinney an e-mail describing them as stinking, selfish, sociopathic fascists and expressed a desire for them to be executed.
It is one of my fondest hopes that whatever remnants of human civilization exists at the end of this catastrophe is able to put people like you on trial for crimes against humanity and give you the same treatment Hitlers henchmen got at Nurnberg a long drop at the end of a short rope, the email stated.
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The Gaia Cult goose-steps forward.
So must for dissent being patriotic
These idiots can’t handle the facts, so they resort to threats and name calling. Just like angry 2-year olds.
If Gore and the commie for lunch bunch would shut up global warming would improve.
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