Skip to comments.End the Occupation! - Global Warming Propaganda in ... My Town
Posted on 07/01/2010 11:58:27 AM PDT by EricTheRed_VocalMinority
This summer we enrolled our older one in a local half-day recreational camp. They use one of the public elementary schools in our town.
As I was walking back through the hallway after dropping him off at the classroom, I stopped to notice this poster hanging on the wall:
Note the URL at the bottom of the poster: Energystar.gov/kids. Dot-gov?
Yup. This is a government-runand therefore, taxpayer-fundedwebsite that has evidently gotten together with whoever runs Energy Star and whoever owns the rights to Dr. Seuss Lorax.
And lookie, the EPA is involved too! And you know if the EPAs involved, theres good clean non-political fun and learning going on!
When I got home, I visited the website and found a whole bunch of games and guidelines for kids to save the earth from global warming (whatever happened to ...
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I remember that there was an energystar scandal a while back. Seems they were giving high ratings for things like gasoline powered alarm clocks and “Air purification systems” that were actually feather dusters. If I recall the program is administered by the DOE.
Thanks, so much here,
Programs targeting children with disinformation; they pulled the same routine with anti-Nuclear, Green, Overpopulation, Global Warming, Owls, Trees and Rain Forest campaign (and I will not mention sex education and abortion) getting into schools to influence parents from the ground up.
Propaganda by sneak, cheats and lairs.
Too much tax money which has to be spent to get next years budget.
Job justification: this is what you get by those who are paid to make it look like they are providing a product or service.
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