David Attenborough, another victim of the climate change delusion syndrome

Only himself to blame.

His facts turn out to be half-truths that fit the pattern of exploiting primal fears to create deep psychological spin. He says “we don’t know” but shows the opposite — associating every kind of bad weather, fire, and storm with man-made emissions even though data shows that these were worse in the past or are caused by other factors. In probably his lowest career point, rumours are spreading that not only did thriving polar bears cause the falling walrus episode rather than coal power stations, but his crew may have killed walruses by being there. Paul Homewood argues the team itself scared the walruses by flying drones near the walrus herd and spooking them.

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15 Responses to David Attenborough, another victim of the climate change delusion syndrome

  1. It’s interesting that only a few months ago he was saying that the climate change lobby was being too catastropharian and were losing their audience. So what does he then do, double down on the catastrophe mongering.

  2. Oops! Forgot to add this video about the poly bears from just a few days ago:

  3. stackja

    When did DA discover ‘climate’?
    I don’t remember him expressing such views in earlier years.

  4. hzhousewife

    Sir David Attenborough is now 92. I doubt he has full control of his universe any longer (in real life). The Agenda has taken over, and may well ruin his reputation – this has happened to many others.
    Sad.

  5. Helen

    Poor old fella, says something they dont agree with and the wrath of the devil surrounds him. Probs just wants to look at animals and insects in peace, so said what was put in front of him without asking too many questions.

  6. DaveR

    Poor David Attenborough.

    A lifetime to establish a reputation as a naturalist.

    Destroyed in his later years as he jumped on the Climate Change bandwagon.

  7. The Beer Whisperer

    A true gentleman surrounded by malevolent forces much younger and energetic holding him in the palm of his hand.

    He can be forgiven in his old age. That’s the best I can do.

  8. Karabar

    Stackja
    Davey Attaboy has been droning on about gerbil worming and climey change for at least a couple of decades. Anything he doesn’t like can be blamed on this idiotic make-believe.

  9. Bushkid

    Silly old beggar. He used to be worth watching, but not for a while now.

    That gerbil worming really stuffs up a lot of things, eh. Even formerly decent naturalists.

  10. miltonf

    Pretty much revealed his true self by his comments on Donald Trump.

  11. Mother Lode

    Poor David Attenborough.

    A lifetime to establish a reputation as a naturalist.

    Destroyed in his later years as he jumped on the Climate Change bandwagon.

    True. He should have done a James Dean or a Marilyn Monroe: After Life On Earth he should have been found in a hotel room with an open pill bottle and a quart of whiskey and become a tragic idol of naturalists everywhere. Or found on a highway in a tangled wreck, bloodied and broken, only visible in glimpses through the ripped metal of his car.

  12. Zatara

    A JFK Jr. or a John Denver would have had a bit more class. Take off over the ocean in a small airplane and just not come back.

  13. Iva Right

    I call it the Malcom’s Fraser syndrome. They spend a lifetime perusing a certain set of values and then dump these values to seek the approval of the noisy minority in later years. Of course it is always at a time in their life when it won’t hurt them career wise of financially. Fraser lost his pants and Atty lost his mind.

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