Government academics censor climate facts and block those who state them

Modern academics live in government bubbles where reality has become a dark alternate universe.

In 2008, a group of pro-government extremist professors founded “The Conversation,” a “scholarly” blog aimed at closing the supposed gap between government academia and popular journalism.

The notion was that the findings and writings of such brilliant pro-government researchers don’t get enough airplay in popular culture.

Now “The Conversation” is not only BANNING all discussions which question the government’s apocalyptic-manmade-global-warming-by-CO2 theory. The blog now blocks and permanently locks out those who cast doubt on doomsday climate claims.

Pro-government extremist professors at The Conversation Australia are “implementing a zero-tolerance approach to moderating climate change deniers, and sceptics. Not only will we be removing their comments, we’ll be locking their accounts.” Discourse on the topic “simply stalls action.”

“The Conversation” urges readers to “please don’t engage [climate discussions], simply report it.”