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  1. They are both bereft of rational reasoning and thought.
    Great examples of “say whatever pushes their very sick puppy” agendas.
    The really disturbing aspect is the sheep idolise their hollow promises that have no place in a society that wants harmony and a better place to live.
    Both are the supreme example of a snake oil salesman.

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  2. Oxymoronic title Ed…
    In other news…sea level rise crisis bs

    https://www.skynews.com.au/australia-news/fort-denison-data-more-accurate-than-satellite-on-sea-levels/video/f6ad929c5225aedcd982330cd088d999?fbclid=IwAR1W6EZMMYtClPo8lsSoz0F90RTCTPvBd887E5-EUuKallua67B070vEmTw

    Did the IPCC miss this? Nope, didn’t go looking for it, just like the Muppet on One “news” proposing the banning of hydrocarbon fuels….all their mums should have swallowed!

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    • Pah.
      How can sea levels be affected by the moon’s rotation around the earth and planets moving around the sun in elliptical orbits?
      Next you’ll be trying to tell us the temperature of the earth is affected by the sun.
      Total poppycock!
      We all know the earth’s temperature is rising because elite westerners all have patio heaters and because cows on farms fart but sacred cows all over the world don’t.

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  3. Don’t think. They feelz. The worlds pain. And the god whispering is a private revelation that compels them to save the world. Crying out in pain as they tyrannise us. It’s for the children.

    Stems from bad parenting.

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