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Monday, October 21, 2019

Polar bears fired as mascot of climate socialists

The Guardian reported, "Guardian picture editor Fiona Shields explains why we are going to be using fewer polar bears and more people to illustrate our coverage of the climate emergency."

That is because there are too many polar bears. An estimated 25,000 to 40,000 polar bears live in the Arctic -- up from just 5,000 a half-century ago.

The Guardian was too dishonest to admit it.

But the Canadian Press reported last year, "There are too many polar bears in parts of Nunavut and climate change hasn’t yet affected any of them, says a draft management plan from the territorial government that contradicts much of conventional scientific thinking.

"The proposed plan — which is to go to public hearings in Iqaluit on Tuesday — says that growing bear numbers are increasingly jeopardizing public safety and it’s time Inuit knowledge drove management policy.

"'Inuit believe there are now so many bears that public safety has become a major concern,' says the document, the result of four years of study and public consultation.

"'Public safety concerns, combined with the effects of polar bears on other species, suggest that in many Nunavut communities, the polar bear may have exceeded the co-existence threshold.'

"Polar bears killed two Inuit last summer."


The Guardian was odd in explaining why it dumped the polar bear after serving as the mascot for the environmental industry for 50 years.

The newspaper said, "We know, from years of experience, that people love polar bears and pandas, so it is easy to see how these appealing creatures have become the emblems for the topics of endangered species and what we previously termed as global warming. Often, when signalling environmental stories to our readers, selecting an image of a polar bear on melting ice has been the obvious – though not necessarily appropriate – choice. These images tell a certain story about the climate crisis but can seem remote and abstract – a problem that is not a human one, nor one that is particularly urgent."

The new images being used to illustrate the climate hoax include Red Chinese using masks to avoid breathing particulates from the annual Gobi Desert Dust Storm, as well as steam from cooling towers.

But carbon dioxide is invisible. And masks cannot prevent one from inhaling carbon dioxide. Indeed, a mask might trap the carbon dioxide you exhale.

Journalists have abandoned the truth in favor of promoting communism.

Think not?

Communist Red China is exempt from every proposed restriction by environmentalists.

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