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10:10 killing "denier" kids video gets pulled

The eco-terrorists at 10:10 are trying to erase the memory of their vile video where “deniers” are killed off, no pressure mind, they have pulled the video from Youtube and their website. It’s almost as though they are trying to erase the video, like they erased the mediaeval warming period.

Unfortunately for them copies were made and are still freely available on Youtube and other video sites so they can be held accountable for their actions.

I’m starting also to wonder whether or not Richard Curtis has performed a masterful reverse sting on 10:10 by agreeing to produce a video for them and then making it so hideous that it backfires on them. The eco-terrorists of course were unable to see why the video was so appalling and so published it thereby activating the sting.

James Delingpole comments on his blog;

What’s fascinating, reading this kind of thing, is seeing just how far removed from reality the green movement has gone. Kyoto is dead. Copenhagen was a flop. Cancun is going to make a mockery of all those green dreams about global carbon emissions legislation. And how do the environmentalists respond?

By force of argument?

By presenting new evidence which supports their cause?

Nope.

By threatening to blow up anyone who disagrees with them.

And not just that: they believe this is actually an entirely reasonable and rather amusing position to adopt.

This isn’t, of course, the first time green propagandists have inadvertently revealed the murderous misanthropy which lurks behind their cloak of ecological righteousness.

Greenpeace made this nasty one two years ago:

And let’s not forget this little charmer produced last year by those cuddly, panda-hugging souls at the World Wildlife Fund.

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But with this new monstrosity, truly the great Richard Curtis has excelled himself. It’s so bad, it makes his previous shimmering masterpieces of emetica – Love Actually, The Girl In The Cafe, The Boat That Rocked – look like Battleship Potemkin. It makes the Vicar of Dibley look like a collaboration between Oscar Wilde and Shakespeare. It’s so deliciously, unspeakably, magnificently bleeding awful it makes you wish that the man could be given a ticker tape parade in every major capital city, in gratitude for the devastating damage he has (unwittingly) wrought on the eco-fascist cause.