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Discovery Channel hostage taker James Jay Lee is was crazed environmentalist

When global warmists preach the end of the world, this guy listens and takes action!

Business Insider has the manifesto:
The Discovery Channel MUST broadcast to the world their commitment to save the planet and to do the following IMMEDIATELY:

1. The Discovery Channel and it's affiliate channels MUST have daily television programs at prime time slots based on Daniel Quinn's "My Ishmael" pages 207-212 where solutions to save the planet would be done in the same way as the Industrial Revolution was done, by people building on each other's inventive ideas. Focus must be given on how people can live WITHOUT giving birth to more filthy human children since those new additions continue pollution and are pollution. A game show format contest would be in order. Perhaps also forums of leading scientists who understand and agree with the Malthus-Darwin science and the problem of human overpopulation. Do both. Do all until something WORKS and the natural world starts improving and human civilization building STOPS and is reversed! MAKE IT INTERESTING SO PEOPLE WATCH AND APPLY SOLUTIONS!!!!

2. All programs on Discovery Health-TLC must stop encouraging the birth of any more parasitic human infants and the false heroics behind those actions. In those programs' places, programs encouraging human sterilization and infertility must be pushed. All former pro-birth programs must now push in the direction of stopping human birth, not encouraging it.

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Here are Lee's thoughts on Al Gore's inconvenient book:
Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Entry 12/13/06
Category: Blogging

I finished reading Al Gore's book, and inconvenient truth a few days ago. It was very enlightening. However, at the end he didn't offer any real solutions, as if changing a lightbulb would even put a scratch in the global warming epidemic. The book was half good, which means the part about science was good. The rest seemed like a commercial for sainthood.

Gore didn't offer any real solutions, so Lee thought of one himself!

Would it be too much to ask global warmists like Al Gore to tone down the apocalyptic rhetoric?

UPDATE: Lee accomplished his goal of reducing the population. By one.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was inspired by Al Gore so I got a quart sized Miller High Life and christened my Ocean Prowler 13 fishing kayak in his honor – the USS Al Gore. It’s even green in color! It is so light and nimble that it can be propelled by hanging my ass overboard and farting – but then I get a guilt trip going for emitting methane into the atmosphere.

Anonymous said...

shoot, you guys are waaaaay ahead of me. i didn't take no hostages; i didn't even buy me no boat. all i did was let myself go and quit shaving and get sloppy fat and divorce my wife and solicit handjobs from 55-year-old massage gals.

but i'm tellin' you, my adductors and that chakra feel *great* now. well, the extra $100,000,000 helps, too.

Anonymous said...

CORPUS CHRISTI — Corpus Christi police say the city's entire interstate system is closed because of bridges rendered impassable by ice and freezing rain.

Corpus Christi police Thursday night waved drivers off the major highways leading into and out of the downtown area. Captain Ed Shannon said "everything is shut down" and that icy conditions had caused at least one major accident.

The Texas coast braced for more freezing rain and sleet overnight and into Friday morning. The National Weather Service said chances of snow along the coast were around 80 percent as of late Thursday.

Highways around Brownsville were also closed due to icy roads. Houston also prepared for a messy Friday morning commute, but state transportation authorities said the city hadn't closed any roads as of late Thursday.

Anonymous said...

Brownsville Girl, show me all around the world...

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