New York Times: Climate-Change “Deniers” Will Bring World Genocide

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An astounding op-ed “review” appeared in yesterday’s (Sunday, Sept. 12, 2015) edition of the New York Times. Timothy Snyder, a professor of history at Yale University, wrote what is apparently a summary of his new book: “Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning.”

The review is here. The Amazon link to the book is here.

In a snapshot of outrageously inaccurate interpretation of world history and events, Snyder claims that “deniers” (he means the inquisitive or skeptics) of the government’s manmade-global-warming-by-CO2 theory are leading the world toward global genocide in the same manner as the Nazis in Germany and the Hutus in Rwanda led their societies toward genocide.

Snyder gets so many facts wrong in such a short essay that one can only marvel at the selection process at work in the Yale University History Department. Yale, like most other government-supported universities, practices widescale discrimination and repression of individualist, antigovernment thought. See here.

Snyder claims the Nazis’ antagonism toward Jews was somehow related to Nazi desires for more land and the Nazi government’s suspicion that Jews were somehow in the way of such land expansion.

Snyder claims the Rwandan genocide of the 1990s was mostly attributable to squabbles over farmland.

The New York Times piece illustrates the sad state of scholarship and reporting in America’s once-proud institutions of letters and journalism.

The manmade-global-warming scare is mostly a product of socialist ideology, modeling by government-supported climate scientists, and government “adjustments” of past temperature records to make the past seem colder than thermometers actually recorded. See here.