Wijkman och Rockström à la Bim

"Här är det jag som bestämmer, han är bara klimatforskare."


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  1. Rockström är ingen klimatforskarehan är ju agronom.

  2. Tack Bim
    På pricken!

  3. Jan-Erik S.

    HP #1:
    Det Wijkman ägnar sig åt är ju bondfångeri så Agronom var ju en lämplig titel på Rockström.

  4. Torsten Wedin

    Han kanske är ”agronomkleptoman” dvs bondtjyv 😉

  5. Slabadang

    Du ritar suveränt. Är det nåt jag inte kan så är det just det! 🙂
    Hoppas vi får se många teckningar /skisser/porträtt.

  6. Slabadang

    Jan Erik!
    🙂 🙂

  7. Lena Krantz

    Jan-Erik #3
    Ha ha ha

  8. Mr. G.

    Fingerpekandet illustrerar ögonblicket när de når samma icke-resultat som Paul Ehrlich.
    Smakprover här:
    Here’s a letter to the Los Angeles Times:

    Three different readers write today in praise of Paul Ehrlich and his predictions of eco-mageddon (Letters, Feb. 18).  Such praise is odd, given that not one of the many catastrophes that Mr. Ehrlich has predicted over the past 43 years has occurred.
    The drying of the Aral Sea, alas, is not – contrary to reader David McClave’s insinuation – evidence in support of Mr. Ehrlich’s proposition that one of the greatest threats to the environment is capitalism.  Here’s what the BBC reported in 1998: “correspondent Louise Hidalgo in Kazakhstan says that the most amazing thing about the disaster is that it is no accident.  ‘The Soviet planners who fatally tapped the rivers, which fed the seas to irrigate central Asia’s vast cotton fields, expected it [to?] dry up. They either did not realise the consequences the Aral’s disappearance would bring or they simply did not care.’”
    How interesting that the one genuine eco-disaster mentioned as confirmation of Mr. Ehrlich’s wisdom was caused by the same institution – the powerful, centralized state – that Mr. Ehrlich advises we must submit to if we are to be saved from genuine eco-disasters.
    Sincerely,Donald J. Boudreaux

    1John Blake March 17, 2011 at 3:33 pm
    Ehrlich’s “Population Bomb” published 1968 is notorious for its gloating drivel, virtually celebrating the impending death by starvation of some 80% of global humanity. In 1974 John Holdren, our feckless and malfeasant Administration’s so-called “Science Czar” (read Commissar), referred to his fellow humans as “a mass of swarming maggots,” worthy of Ayers-type extermination by the State if not by their own misdeeds.
    Ehrlich, Holdren, and their Green Gang of climate cultists are beyond nihilism: They are Thanatists who “love death more than life,” Luddite sociopaths concerned to banish post-Enlightenment industrial-technological civilization from Gaia’s heaving bosom in favor of a crude and vulgar Rousseau-istic “natural state.” Academics, crony capitalists like GE’s Immelt, collectivist Statists in Big Government communo-fascist mode, applaud these psycho-social death-eaters out of power-hunger born of deep self-loathing, a revulsion against Light and Life on the profoundest level. Either an aroused citizenry bequeaths peace and prosperity to its descendants, or James Hansen, Keith Farnish, and their fellow hate-mongers will savagely tip everyone to early graves.

  9. Dessa herrar,synd bara att Wijkman är för mager,så det blir nog ingen
    HELA ELLER HALVA heller.

  10. Jan-Erik S.

    Hmm…AWG borde ju betyda ”Anders Wijkman Group” också.

  11. Se satir http://www.kallestrokirk.se/11mars18.htm

  12. Torsten Wedin

    kalle Strokirk #10:
    🙂  🙂  🙂  🙂 

  13. Jan-Erik S.

    För dE som missat!
    Debatt just nu på TV1 i repris!!!

  14. Pär Green

    Jan-Erik S. # 12
    Titta när du vill!