Thursday, June 05, 2008

Being like Fritzl

People who fail to tackle climate change are acting like an Austrian man who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years, an Anglican bishop has said.

The Bishop of Stafford, Gordon Mursell, wrote in a parish letter that not confronting global warming meant people were "as guilty as" Josef Fritzl.

It meant future generations would be left in a futureless world, he said.

Doe this man even know what he is talking about? If he actually did the research he would find out that he is a lunatic to believe what he believes. He should stick to his day job of trying to get people to believe in god and not even attempt to talk about something he has no understanding over. Tens of thousands of scientists have already signed a petition denying that man is responsible for climate change. Does he think that he knows more than people who have PHDs in science?

Climate change doesn’t necessarily have to be bad as Greenland has found. In Greenland it is being seen as an opportunity for independence and prosperity. If man was responsible for global warming wouldn’t the Bishop of Stafford be more like Josef Fritzl to Greenland for trying to deny them the opportunity to prosper?

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