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Unum Lies Again... There IS No "Climate Crisis"
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AlleyCat
2021-10-10 02:13:14 UTC
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On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 18:14:36 -0500, Unum says...
as the climate crisis intensifies
What a fucking little pansy-ass liar.

Where EXACTLY is this "climate crisis"?

Name ONE place we're in a crisis.

How many millions are dying because of this "crisis"?

This many?

That would be a "no".

What were the CO² levels when these MILLIONS were dying?

+400ppm?

[giggle]

Why do you lie?

1) Russian Drought and Famine of 1601--03 Killing one-third of
the population.

2) India... Deccan drought and Famine of 1630 -- 32 An estimated
two million perished.

3) Chinese Drought and Famine of 1907 In a matter of months an
estimated 24 million people were killed. (California
drought... HA, he said sarcastically)

4) India Drought and Famine: Took place between 1896 and 1902,
claiming an estimated 19 million lives.

5) Bengal Drought and Famine of 1770 An estimated 15 million
perished in the Drought and Famine

6) Northern Chinese Drought and Famine Lasted from 1876 to 1879
and is believed to have killed 13 million people.

7) Indian Great Drought and Famine of 1876--78 This tragedy
that took the lives of as many as 10.3 million.

8) Russian Drought and Famine of 1921 It killed as many as 10
million.

9) Soviet Drought and Famine of 1932--33 Between seven and 10
million were killed

10) Great European Drought and Famine Creating the worst Drought
and Famine ever seen in Europe, the Great Drought and Famine
of 1315-1317, also known as the Great European Drought and
Famine, was actually a series of crises. The tragedy, that
killed an estimated 7.5 million people, was caused by
strange weather and unrelenting rains.

11) Bengal Drought and Famine of 1943 Killed between 1.4 and 4
million people

12) Chinese Drought and Famine of 1928--30 Killed an estimated
three million people over the three-year span.

13) Chinese Drought 1941 An estimated three million perished.

14) Vietnamese Drought and Famine of 1945 Overall, between
400,000 and two million perished as a result.

15) Bangladesh Drought and Famine of 1974 Estimates state
between 26,000 and one million perished in the disaster.

16) 1984--85 Drought and Famine in Ethiopia Killed an estimated
one million people in the region.

17) Horn of Africa Drought and Famine Over one million
reportedly died during that time in the areas of Ethiopia,
Sudan and Somalia.

18) Finnish Drought and Famine of 1866--68 Killed between 15 and
20 percent of the population in the area or roughly 150,000
people.

19) Great Irish Drought and Famine One million in fatalities and
another one million in residents who emigrated as a result.
Unum
2021-10-10 04:13:46 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 18:14:36 -0500, Unum says...
as the climate crisis intensifies
What a fucking little pansy-ass liar.
Why is the pathetic little spammer always so angry?


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/oct/09/fossil-fuel-companies-law-firms

The world’s biggest corporate law firms have been making millions of dollars
representing fossil fuel companies but, as the climate crisis intensifies,
this work is coming under increasing scrutiny.

Over the last five years, the 100 top ranked law firms in the US facilitated
$1.36tn of fossil fuel transactions, represented fossil fuel clients in 358
legal cases and received $35m in compensation for their work to assist fossil
fuel industry lobbying, according to a “climate scorecard” published in August.

There’s now a conversation about legal ethics and climate which is well
overdue, Sankar said. “The [fossil fuel] industry is paying law firms tons of
money in an effort to dodge responsibility and block regulatory reforms that
could help avert this crisis.”

Law Students for Climate Accountability is calling on law firms to pledge to
stop taking on new fossil fuel industry work, phase out their current work by
2025 and ramp up their work for the renewable energy industry and in support
of litigation to tackle the climate crisis.
AlleyCat
2021-10-10 06:23:46 UTC
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Pussy can't answer ONE simple question.

Unum Lies Again... CAN'T Prove There IS A "Climate Crisis"

On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 18:14:36 -0500, Unum says...
as the climate crisis intensifies
What a fucking little pansy-ass liar.

Where EXACTLY is this "climate crisis"?

Why can't you answer this EASY question? YOU say there's a "climate crisis"...

WHERE IS THAT?

Name ONE place we're in a crisis.

How many millions are dying because of this "crisis"?

Why can't you answer THIS question, either?

Because there IS no climate crisis, making you and the dozens of lie-sites and
bloggers, liars.

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How many millions are dying because of this "crisis"?

This many?

That would be a "no".

What were the CO² levels when these MILLIONS were dying?

+400ppm?

[giggle]

Why do you lie?

1) Russian Drought and Famine of 1601--03 Killing one-third of
the population.

2) India... Deccan drought and Famine of 1630 -- 32 An estimated
two million perished.

3) Chinese Drought and Famine of 1907 In a matter of months an
estimated 24 million people were killed. (California
drought... HA, he said sarcastically)

4) India Drought and Famine: Took place between 1896 and 1902,
claiming an estimated 19 million lives.

5) Bengal Drought and Famine of 1770 An estimated 15 million
perished in the Drought and Famine

6) Northern Chinese Drought and Famine Lasted from 1876 to 1879
and is believed to have killed 13 million people.

7) Indian Great Drought and Famine of 1876--78 This tragedy
that took the lives of as many as 10.3 million.

8) Russian Drought and Famine of 1921 It killed as many as 10
million.

9) Soviet Drought and Famine of 1932--33 Between seven and 10
million were killed

10) Great European Drought and Famine Creating the worst Drought
and Famine ever seen in Europe, the Great Drought and Famine
of 1315-1317, also known as the Great European Drought and
Famine, was actually a series of crises. The tragedy, that
killed an estimated 7.5 million people, was caused by
strange weather and unrelenting rains.

11) Bengal Drought and Famine of 1943 Killed between 1.4 and 4
million people

12) Chinese Drought and Famine of 1928--30 Killed an estimated
three million people over the three-year span.

13) Chinese Drought 1941 An estimated three million perished.

14) Vietnamese Drought and Famine of 1945 Overall, between
400,000 and two million perished as a result.

15) Bangladesh Drought and Famine of 1974 Estimates state
between 26,000 and one million perished in the disaster.

16) 1984--85 Drought and Famine in Ethiopia Killed an estimated
one million people in the region.

17) Horn of Africa Drought and Famine Over one million
reportedly died during that time in the areas of Ethiopia,
Sudan and Somalia.

18) Finnish Drought and Famine of 1866--68 Killed between 15 and
20 percent of the population in the area or roughly 150,000
people.

19) Great Irish Drought and Famine One million in fatalities and
another one million in residents who emigrated as a result.

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