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The Royal Society of NZ - Strumpets for Statism


SOLO-NZ Press Release: The Royal Society of New Zealand - Strumpets for Statism

July 10, 2008

The Royal Society of New Zealand describes itself as "promoting excellence in science and technology." In reality it is a harem of whores, substituting politically correct theology for science, prostituting itself for taxpayer money, says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.

Today, Trollops for Tyranny released a statement on climate change. In the words of their own summary:

'The globe is warming because of increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Measurements show that greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere are well above levels seen for many thousands of years. Further global climate changes are predicted, with impacts expected to become more costly as time progresses. Reducing future impacts of climate change will require substantial reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.'

"Well, they would say that, wouldn't they?!" Perigo muses. "Bawds for Bolshevism's chief funder is ... guess who?! ... the Ministry for Research, Science and Technology - that is to say, the taxpayer, whom this government of control freaks fleeces to promote the huge lengthening of its evil tentacles that 'substantial reductions of greenhouse gas emissions' would necessitate. Floozies for Fascism receive funding from UNESCO, also, in a clear case of he who pays the prostitute playing the tune.

"Sluts Against Science seem not to have noticed that global warming has stalled, that indeed we may have entered another cooling period, as naturally cyclical and non-anthropogenic as the latest warming has been. But if they did notice it, they wouldn't care. Their agenda is not science, but slavery; not enlightenment and progress but a return to the pre-industrial Dark Ages. The theology of these Tarts Against Technology equates the Fall of Man with the Industrial Revolution, for which man must be perpetually penitent, and punished by God (Government). Small wonder the Greens were crowing just minutes after the statement's release.

"Had Doxies for Despotism been around at the time of last Little Ice Age they no doubt would have been as enthusiastic as the churches were in blaming and burning 'witches.' Now, all of humanity must be immolated.

"Well, as empirical reality (on which science is supposed to be based) hits them over their heads, Harlots Against Humans will have to pull them in. Those genuinely committed to science, as well as to freedom, can only hope that they don't succeed in their feather-nesting agenda in the interim," Perigo concludes.


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