It’s about time someone wrote a serious (bahaha) journal article exploring the links between climate denial and holocaust denial.
The question at hand is, “Why is there a social counter-movement that rejects climate change?” This article begins by first naming this counter-movement “climate denial” and working through the various apparent options by specifically looking at the scholarship on Holocaust denial for insight. Through this insight, we can understand the counter-movement as a reactionary force working to sow confusion for ideological reasons that promote a specific privilege.
Couldn’t have something to do the holes in the alarmist account?
Perhaps Richard Bean’s next project will be The Heretic 2, another “funny, provocative and heart-warming family drama” in which the maverick academic David Irving, lone defender of the truth, uncovers definitive evidence that the Holocaust never happened. Sent to Coventry by his fellow historians — a spineless lot who have for years been manipulating the evidence to protect their funding and their reputations — David is in the end vindicated; the Holocaust was a Zionist plot after all.
(Via: Lubos Motl)
More warmist crap, this time from Penn State ‘ethics’ professor Donald Brown. Hmmm. Isn’t Hamilton also a professor of ethics?