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The Shoah of Carbon Dioxide

“I would like to say we’re at a point where global warming is impossible to deny. Let’s just say that global warming deniers are now on a par with Holocaust deniers, though one denies the past and the other denies the present and future.”

Ellen Goodman of the Boston Globe newspaper

 

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“ Currently, about 300 thousand people die every year from the effects of climate change, with another 325 million seriously affected, primarily because of reduced access to fresh and safe drinking water. At its core, global warming denial is like Holocaust denial, an assault on common decency. ”

Banker, David Federer

 

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” Clouds of a different sort signal an environmental holocaust without precedent. Once again, world leaders waffle, hoping the danger will dissipate. Yet today the evidence is as clear as the sounds of glass shattering in Berlin.”

Filmmaker and failed movie star Al Gore

 

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” I wonder what sentences judges might hand down at future international criminal tribunals on those who will be partially but directly responsible for millions of deaths from starvation, famine and disease in decades ahead. I put this in a similar moral category to Holocaust denial.”

Mark Lynas, nihilist and author of, The God Species: How the Planet Can Survive the Age of Humans.’

 

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” A lot of them complain because they say the word denial puts them in the same bin as holocaust deniers. That’s too bad. But the thing is, they do have something in common: a denial of evidence and of scientific consensus. “

Phil Platt, Big Bang astronomer

 

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” An Inconvenient Truth is so convincing that it makes opposers of the argument as credible as Holocaust deniers. “

Jon Niccum, NGO news reporter

 

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“ Bluntly put, climate change deniers pose a greater danger than the lingering industry that denies the Holocaust. ”

Joel Connelly, NGO News reporter

 

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“Others working to derail this critical piece of legislation will be seen as the Adolf Hitlers of our day, contributing to a holocaust vastly eclipsing the horrors of World War II.”

Chad Kister, author of ‘How Global Warming is Destroying One of the World’s Largest Wilderness Areas’ (Kister is referring to the Arctic)

 

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” Those who abjure global warming are not skeptics; they are deniers. To call them skeptics is to debase language as much as to call the Ku Klux Klan ‘prejudiced,’ Holocaust deniers ‘biased,’ or Flat-Earthers ‘mistaken.’ ”

James Powell, National Physical Science Consortium

 

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“ If we cannot stop the building of more coal-fired power plants, those coal trains will be death trains – no less gruesome than if they were boxcars headed to crematoria . . . ”

James Hansen, former member of the taxpayer funded vested interest group called NASA.

 

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” Denialism, a concept that was first widely used, as far as I know, for those who claimed that the Holocaust was a fraud, is the concept I believe we should use.”

Professor Robert Manne of La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

 

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“They (Exxon-Mobil) have been funding organizations that are climate change deniers.”

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman,
(Deploying “denier” vernacular when alleging fraud by then/former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, ex CEO of Exxon-Mobil.

 

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” It (climate change denial) reminds me in some ways of the debate taking place in this country and around the world in the late 1930s – there were people – who said ‘don’t worry! Hitler’s not real! It’ll disappear! “

2020 Presidential Candidate Bernard “Breadline” Sanders


1 Comment

  1. While climate change is a reality, should be addressed.

    However I find it unacceptable, and disappointing that these people can’t address Climate change denial without comparing it with the denial of the Holocaust.

    I’m Dutch, so from the Netherlands.
    I’ve seen this before on fora or in political debate but also in everyday occurisons.
    This tendency that Americans often have a tendency to combine a political, and now environmental problem with nazi related peoples and/or circumstances.

    It’s disrespectful, it diminishes the suffering of the victims and it devaluates that what the Holocaust is really about.

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