April 13, 2015

Notice anything funny in these Quebec #ActOnClimate photos?

Rebel Staff
 

The media dutifully reported on an anti-global warming rally in Quebec over the weekend.

A group calling itself #ActOnClimate dressed up in red and assembled in the shape of a huge human thermometer. Get it?

But am I the only one who noticed something funny in all these photos, especially when you remember that this "global warming" protest took place in April?

 

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commented 2015-04-14 14:11:55 -0400
What I find ironic ( or hypocritical) is that all those placards. all those signs, all those banners all those pamphlets, all those t-shirts, all those hats and all that stuff they use to make their message will the very next day be garbage trotted off to a land fill. All the petroleum based inks, dyes and paints, all the petroleum based fabrics, all the petroleum based manufacturing processes and trucking and transportation they need to provide them with their material to conduct their protest against the things they need to state their case against all the things they need to state their case.
commented 2015-04-14 01:17:07 -0400
It doesn’t surprise me that the low information types who attend these kinds of events, failed to notice that they were standing in a snow covered ground, in the middle of spring, wishing to the planet to get colder. What complete morons!
commented 2015-04-13 21:39:44 -0400
I wonder if these are the same tools that went berserk at a university in Quebec last week? Is there any intelligence behind any of this protest or is it just manipulation by climate extremists? Makes Quebec look bad.
commented 2015-04-13 20:35:40 -0400
The traitors have been very clear that no oil and gas exploration and extraction will be tolerated within Quebec until separation has been achieved.
commented 2015-04-13 18:00:08 -0400
Look at the fools sweating their a$$ off. I wonder what grade of sunscreen they are using.
commented 2015-04-13 17:27:43 -0400
No one said the Left ever has to make sense, Ezra! You just need to shut up and believe whatever they say.
commented 2015-04-13 14:40:19 -0400
Marc Andre Parizeau (or other bilinguals reading this): I have some French and can make out the gist of some of his remarks but some of the words are unfamiliar to me. Even Google Translate can’t figure out what “enverdeurs,” “Fonds” and “FondAction” means…. Can you possibly translate “enverdeurs” are, confirm my suspicion that “Fonds” are “Foundations” and “FondAction” are “Action Foundations” and then verify if the rest of the Google translation is correct? Merci en avance!

5 great paradoxes of the protest against “the oil invasion”
1) The trade unions, which take advantage of union dues from the oil and gas industry workers and invest in oil companies via FondAction or Fonds are at the front of the march.
2) The artists who refuse economic development and enrichment through the exploitation of our resources, are the first to want to suck government grants.
3) enverdeurs accuse of bad faith those who make fun of them because we find it ironic that they demonstrate against global warming by freezing cold in mid-April. Yet they are the first to scream warming during a heat wave.
4) They tell me to shut up because I’m not a climate scientist while 97% of the signatories of their manifesto against the oil invasion are artists, activists, social studies teachers, politicians and trade unionists .
5) On Saturday, nearly all participants came to the protest by petroleum powered vehicles …
commented 2015-04-13 14:13:21 -0400
“No one ever said the climate change alarmists were particularly bright….”

And they prove that over and over every time they rally or open their mouths.
commented 2015-04-13 13:51:31 -0400
I find it funny how when “global warming” was basically debunked the Suzukis and Gores of the world changed the name to “climate change”. Well here’s a little bit of news for these clowns….there always has been climate change and there always will be climate change, it’s call evolution and with the planet constantly evolving so too will the climate and there is nothing that can be done about it. Like I said, it’s all part of evolution.
commented 2015-04-13 13:47:01 -0400
No one ever said the climate change alarmists were particularly bright….
commented 2015-04-13 13:25:28 -0400
Hey Ezra – you missed the pigeons flying upside – you can see quite a few of them if you look closely.
Why are the pigeons flying upside down? Well that’s because the pigeons have decided that it’s not worth shitting on this crowd.
commented 2015-04-13 13:09:11 -0400
There has been no increase in global temperature since 1997.
commented 2015-04-13 12:47:12 -0400
Silly people climate change (or whatever they’re calling it this week) is for idiots.
commented 2015-04-13 12:36:22 -0400
Lot’s of snow on the ground in April???
commented 2015-04-13 12:31:33 -0400
That’s well said Ezra, well said indeed. :)
commented 2015-04-13 12:21:13 -0400
During this protest where they said they where over 25 000 (not!) they prefer sharia oil to canadian oil and Eric Duhaime had a great response to the hypocrisy of these people: (In French)

5 grands paradoxes de la manif contre “l’invasion pétrolière”:
1) Les syndicats, qui profitent des cotisations syndicales des travailleurs de l’industrie gazière et pétrolières et investissent dans les compagnies pétrolières via le FondAction ou le Fonds de solidarité FTQ, sont au devant de la manif.
2) Les artistes, qui refusent le développement économique et l’enrichissement par l’exploitation de nos ressources, sont les premiers à vouloir téter des subventions gouvernementales.
3) Les enverdeurs accusent de mauvaise foi tous ceux qui se moquent d’eux parce qu’on trouve ironique qu’ils manifestent contre le réchauffement climatique par un froid de canard à la mi-avril. Pourtant, ils sont les premiers à hurler au réchauffement pendant une canicule.
4) On me dit de me taire parce que je ne suis pas un spécialiste du climat alors que 97% des signataires de leur manifeste contre l’invasion pétrolière sont des artistes, des activistes, des profs de sciences humaines, des politiciens et des syndicalistes.
5) Samedi dernier, pratiquement tous les participants sont venus à la manif par véhicules propulsés au pétrole…