Establishment Ignores Violent Rhetoric From Eco-Leftists

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Paul Joseph Watson, Prison Planet

Blowing up children and threatening climate change skeptics with physical violence barely merits a mention

While the establishment has invoked the supposed threat of vitriolic "right-wing rhetoric" as a tool with which to bludgeon freedom of speech in response to the Tucson shootings, it has conspired to sweep under the carpet far more extreme and threatening language and images used by leftists in the context of the climate change debate, rhetoric that has led directly to crimes and murders.

While Sarah Palin is castigated for using an image of crosshairs targeting political districts, leftists produce violent and bloody films that depict children being liquidated in an orgy of blood and guts for not toeing the line on the political dogma of man-made global warming.

When the 10:10 campaign put out a video that showed kids in a classroom being murdered by their teacher for refusing to lower their CO2 emissions, it sparked outrage amongst conservative bloggers, yet hardly a ripple was registered on the pages of the Washington Post, the New York Times, or any of the leftist blogs now erroneously trying to blame vitriolic "right-wing" rhetoric for Jared Lee Loughner's massacre.

Similarly, there was no condemnation when a lobbying group used an image of a dead girl being hanged to push their propaganda about melting icebergs - and in fact the Discovery Channel gave the group an award for the commercial.

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