IN today’s chaotic world of 24/7 news, views and grievances, the tendency to invoke highly emotive issues, such as “climate change”, or “race”, is all too often used to ensure that a message is heard.
Unfortunately, for such messengers, the internet of today (for now) is all-pervasive, meaning that even those with the most basic internet search capabilities can discover for themselves how duplicitous, unauthentic, insincere and contradictory some of these messages can be.
Take the blue-check organisation Environment Agency, for example.
They warned, on #WorldWaterDay, that England could face water shortages due to “climate change” by 2050 :
No “science”, no reasonable explanation other than appealing…
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