April 15, 2017
“Ah yes, science.”
If you’re even loosely engaged in the wild and dark art that is politics these days, you know by now that ‘science,’ as a word, has taken on an almost mystical meaning. ‘Science,’ in many of its modern incantations, now serves as a form of code, as vague and fuzzy as a Wiccan chant.
For a growing number of political activists, the meaning is simple: Science, you see, is a lively mix of standard progressive hobby horses, tossed wild-eyed and cranky into one cantankerous bag.”
“Witness the upcoming March for Science, scheduled for Saturday, April 22.
This also happens to be Earth Day, which is nice enough — and hey, who could object to a good old-fashioned rah-rah session for science?
No scientists in a prospectively controlled trial have ever show that man has had any effect on the earth.
It is you know.
Their rage could be better focused on the wars in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Better yet quest Albert Gore Junior about Global Warming and Man caused Climate Change.
He refuses to allow the media to attend his events and will not answer any questions. (Source) WSJ.
Why is that?
Keeping up with today’s hottest trends, the March for Science has wrapped itself in identity politics, cranked up the oven to ‘scorch,’ and potentially set things on track to unceremoniously collapse into one giant intersectional souffle.” – Heather Wilhelm, National Review.
Well now here is a startling quote from the video below. “If we don’t have water we will die.” Please write that down.
The “March for Science” is being organized by activist scientists and radical environmentalists opposed to Donald Trump’s policies and proposed cuts to federal agencies.
The organization behind the “March for Science” tweeted the Trump administration’s bombing Islamic ISIS fighters in Afghanistan is “an example of how science is weaponized against marginalized people.”
The march’s Twitter account also sent out a ridiculous re-tweet lamenting the bombing by radical activist Zellie Imani of the Black Liberation Collective, a group of students dedicated “to bringing about freedom and liberation for all Black people.”It has since been deleted.March organizers have been racked by infighting over how much the event should emphasize diversity and gender issues. (??)Gore belongs in prison for grand larceny and fraud.
Some march leaders have resigned over disagreements.
The “March for Science” gained attention earlier the year, garnering hundreds of thousands of likes on Facebook. The usual suspects Major activist groups have backed the march, but Earth Day marches are planned in other cities.