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intemperate and brilliant
on 26 December 2013
A succinct, trenchant and highly effective attack on the green nonsense with which this country and other advanced economies are afflicted. Delingpole has learned brevity, so now, for example, Michael E Mann is dismissed with a metaphorical curl of the lip and a well-earned sneer. Whereas his Watermelons rather sprawled, this is focused on the worst of the damage the environmentalists are doing, with the connivance of politicians. Those politicians ought to read this, but I don't suppose they will. Strongly recommended. Those of us who don't accept the greenie world-view (back to the Middle Ages, anyone?) are in constant need of succour, and we need books like this as well as the more scholarly efforts of people like Bob Carter.