I received another email from my old friend Supershadow the other day.
He didn't have much to say [which is unusual], except to bemoan the fact that he has lost his website. He did however mention in passing that Duncan Stewart is possibly hoping to be elected to the EU, and the he hopes I will give Duncan my vote.
For those of you who haven't heard of Duncan, just count your blessings. He is an architect or something that rose from the swamp of obscurity to become a presenter of a sort of building programme. He then branched out [if you’ll pardon the pun] into Tree Hugger territory and started presenting programmes about ecology. He has obviously forgotten his architectural roots [if you’ll pardon the pun] and now devotes his time to turning us all green and covering the entire landscape with windfarms.
He was on the radio yesterday on Newstalk FM.
Apparently our Dunc has a little bit of a thing about Climate Change. He reckons it should be the sole topic of conversation on every radio and television station and is furious that it isn't, because, you see, the science was settled years ago. There is no debate. Every scientist agrees. Like the damage smoking does. And the Holocaust.
He seems a little confused here as he equates the Holocaust to Climate Change and Big Tobacco. If you believe one you have to believe the others. What he seems to overlook is that the Holocaust was an event that has eye-witnesses, photographic and film evidence, and the camps that are still there to this day. Whereas Climate Change and Big Tobacco scares are based on junk science [i.e. loaded surveys and faulty computer models] and neither has ever been proved beyond a vested interest opinion.
Here is his interview. It's worth a listen. Especially coming up to the three minute mark where he has an almost complete meltdown for no reason whatsoever.
This is the caliber of gobshite eejit and gobdaw we are sending to Europe? God help us.
And I still want to drop a nine-inch concrete block from a great height onto our Dunc's hard hat just to see what would happen.