South Australians vote to oust climate-change apocalypticists

“Climate change” hysteria is the quintessential issue of wealthy elites; yet those who promote it present it as a grass-roots movement fighting ‘big money’ corporations.

Government trusters know their fanatical apocalyptic climate claims are unsupported by voting majorities. So they employ various techniques to try to get around this problem.

They frequently claim that evil fossil-fuel companies have manipulated the masses by promoting “denial.” As such, they mix their climate hysteria with hysterical claims about political influence and the need for “campaign finance reform.” (And when their most-heavily-funded candidates lose elections to lesser-funded candidates, they concoct other theories, such as “Russians.”)

Total dollars spent on “climate skepticism” institutions are probably less than a penny on the dollar compared to total spending designed to promote the government theory of manmade-global-warming-by-CO2.

Now the South Australians have voted overwhelmingly to oust the politicians promoting the government climate hysteria.See here.

In the U.S., the politicians who most hysterically promote the climate-change theory frequently speak to empty chambers. Here is a story about Rhode Island’s U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, who often gives speeches on both climate hysteria and campaign-finance issues (generally mixing the two issues together–as he must) to empty halls.