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31 May 2023 | News Roundup
  • From the “none so blind” file, Canada’s military history magazine Legion, in a story about how “Heavy ice forces new Russian icebreaker on long southerly voyage”, in which Yevpatii Kolovrat went from its St. Petersburg shipyard to Petropavlovsk in Kamchatka via um the Suez Canal, claims that “Latest Arctic challenges illustrate the difficulties in predicting climate change effects” rather than admitting that far from vanishing, the ice is so thick an icebreaker can’t break it.
  • Poor babies: AFP takes time off from fact-checking us to whimper “Climate scientists flee Twitter as hostility surges/ Scientists suffering insults and mass-spam are abandoning Twitter for alternative social networks as hostile climate-change denialism surges on the platform following Elon Musk’s takeover.” Who are the people again who can famously dish it out but can’t take it?
  • They said Alberta would burn year-round due to global heating. But now “Firefighters have made ‘significant progress’ in tackling wildfires in Alberta thanks to rain and cooler temperatures”. How weird is that?
  • Even the Hill Times, normally a hive of progressive group-think, runs a headline “Stellantis holding governments ‘to ransom’ with threat to pull out of Windsor battery plant, says environmental advocate”. Oh, so you noticed it too, did you?
  • Meanwhile Parker Gallant continues his dive into the opaque, lucrative world of climate alarmist charities in Canada. Someone’s getting $350,000+ a year. But you can’t know who.

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