Skip to comments.56 Papers in 45 Countries Publish Joint Editorial
Posted on 12/07/2009 7:53:09 AM PST by mimi from mi
NEW YORK Tomorrow 56 newspapers in 45 countries take the perhaps unprecedented step of speaking with one voice through a common editorial. Many if not most will publish it on the front page, warning of a "profound emergency."
The Guardian of London, which helped draft the editorial, published it today, with a note at the end. Here it is. *
Unless we combine to take decisive action, climate change will ravage our planet, and with it our prosperity and security. The dangers have been becoming apparent for a generation. Now the facts have started to speak: 11 of the past 14 years have been the warmest on record, the Arctic ice-cap is melting and last year's inflamed oil and food prices provide a foretaste of future havoc. In scientific journals the question is no longer whether humans are to blame, but how little time we have got left to limit the damage. Yet so far the world's response has been feeble and half-hearted.
(Excerpt) Read more at editorandpublisher.com ...
The Guardian of London
Worst paper in the world.
Good only for training your puppy.
My reply editorial:
There are so few readers of newspapers that it makes little difference.
56 more or less openly communist editorial staffs, now self-”outed.”
I remember when science was evaluated based on publicly available data and objective peer review. I miss those days. Today science is decreed by tyrants grabbing for more power and by editorial boards hoping to be given crumbs in return for their support.
Another reason papers are obsolete.
I guess these morons haven’t seen the Climategate E-Mails.
Ping me if you find one I've missed.
If they DO NOT cover the Climate-gate story, but can be made to run this ‘editorial’ then they can not be counted on for news ever again.
You can really tell by this joint editorial how desperate and terrified the leftist, criminal con-artist combine is that their walls may be tumbling down very shortly.
From: Phil Jones xxxxxxxx To: John Christy xxxxxxxx Subject: This and that Date: Tue Jul 5 15:51:55 2005 "The scientific community would come down on me in no uncertain terms if I said the world had cooled from 1998. OK it has but it is only 7 years of data and it isn't statistically significant."
No print edition paper I am aware of casts itself as “fair and balanced”.
If it’s in the newspaper it must be true.
If all of these newspapers had decided to go even ONE DAY without publishing -—
How much air and water pollution would have been avoided?
How much energy would have been saved?
-— Who cares about CO2? CO2 is NOT pollution!
They all lie together. What a bunch of presstitutes.
You can believe us. We’re journalists.
Folks its all about MONEY. Everybody, big and small, is lining up to get their share.
Exactly ... it’s all about money.
Blame it on Enron - for starters
Here's the list:
Economic Observer, China Chinese
Southern Metropolitan, China Chinese
CommonWealth Magazine, Taiwan English
Joongang Ilbo, South Korea Korean
Tuoitre, Vietnam Vietnamese
Brunei Times, Brunei English
Jakarta Globe, Indonesia English
Cambodia Daily, Cambodia English
The Hindu, India English
The Daily Star, Bangladesh English
The News, Pakistan English
Daily Times, Pakistan English
Gulf News, Dubai English
An Nahar, Lebanon Arabic
Gulf Times, Qatar English
Maariv, Israel Hebrew
Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany German
Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland Polish
Der Standard, Austria German
Delo, Slovenia Slovene
Vecer, Slovenia Slovene
Dagbladet Information, Denmark Danish
Politiken, Denmark Danish
Dagbladet, Norway Norwegian
The Guardian, UK English
Le Monde, France French
Libération, France French
La Repubblica, Italy Italian
El Pais, Spain Spanish
De Volkskrant, Netherlands Dutch
Kathimerini, Greece Greek
Publico, Portugal Portuguese
Hurriyet, Turkey Turkish
Novaya Gazeta, Russia Russian
Irish Times, Ireland English
Le Temps, Switzerland French
The Star, Kenya English
Daily Monitor, Uganda English
The New Vision, Uganda English
Zimbabwe Independent, Zimbabwe English
The New Times, Rwanda English
The Citizen, Tanzania English
Al Shorouk, Egypt Arabic
Botswana Guardian, Botswana English
Mail & Guardian, South Africa English
Business Day, South Africa English
Cape Argus, South Africa English
Toronto Star, Canada English
Miami Herald, USA English
El Nuevo Herald, USA Spanish
Jamaica Observer, Jamaica English
La Brujula Semanal, Nicaragua Spanish
El Universal, Mexico Spanish
Zero Hora, Brazil Portuguese
Diario Catarinense, Brazil Portuguese
Diaro Clarin, Argentina Spanish
I’m surprised. Only one MSM rag from USA.
I just skimmed the crap but did search on CRU, scandal and climategate - none of which were found. How NO mention of this issue is possible in an AGW article is simply astounding. Idiots. ;-)
No paper from Malaysia or Singapore on the list.
And amazingly, only one American rag. Apparently, most of the American papers are content to be less in-your-face with their advocacy.
The UN states that the cost is ~10 years of GLOBAL GDP or ~$600 TRILLION to prevent Climate Change/Globull Warming. The biggest thief in History!
No paper from Australia or Japan either.
These newspaper editorialists are-—
Freakin’ liberal arts majors who are clueless when it comes to science and then you have the stone ideologues who want socialism and “climate change” leads to socialist measures