The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism: The Plan to Frighten Your Kids, Drive Up Energy Costs and Hike Your Taxes! Paperback – 7 Jan 2014
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Delingpole is a brilliantly funny and entertaining writer. --Daniel Hannan, Daily Telegraph
A funny and informative A-Z put-down of the green movement. --Irish Daily Mail
Beginning with style before substance, the Delingpole offering is a reader's. It's fun, obviously a bit snarky, and at the end of it, the reader immediately wonders who he can share it with. --The Washington Post
About the Author
James Delingpole is an author, broadcaster and polemicist. He writes for the Daily Telegraph and The Spectator, among others, and has appeared on Question Time, the Daily Politics and the Today programme. He has published several books, including the recent Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children's Future.
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James - can you foment a backlash by focusing on the comeuppance of some of these people to warn others tempted to do the same thing over some other issue in the future?
From the Acid Rain scaremongers, to the Zoological Society who place a mirror for children at the zoo under the slogan "look at the most dangerous animal on Earth", Delingpole names the people and institutions that aid the 'scam' that has gathered momentum since the 1970's. Momentum gained through the lure of political opportunism and cash rewards to participants in the scam.
Under 'B', Delingpole accuses the BBC of allowing itself to be swayed by false evidence and phoney science to adopt a policy of not allowing climate change sceptical scientists equal time on the issue - BBC has banned opposition to CAGW in favour of promoting hopelessly inadequate 'renewables'. Everybody should read this book, it will enlighten but it won't bore.
However it does make clear that much of this environmentalism is having a disastrous and counter productive effect on the environment.
Most of the the claims are backed with evidence though evidence of suppression of some technologies is not given as it is hard to prove.
If you thought the environmental movement were the saviours of mankind, think again. This book should be made compulsory reading in schools to ensure the next generation, at least, gains some measure of balance.
The perfect gift for the eco-"activist" in your life, although not really worth buying for the average tree-hugger, as they usually have trouble understanding facts and numbers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very thought provoking Did not agree with everything but well written with some hilarious observations & commentsPublished 12 months ago by Chunky
Informative and clearly presented. Deflates some of the pretentious hyperbole with which well-meaning but ill-informed commentators have been bombarding the public. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Peter Osborne
This is worth five stars just for the rant directed at the BBC, which still makes me smile.Published 18 months ago by DaveW
Bought this for father in law at his request he found it a good read and is now pushing all the family to read it.Published 20 months ago by Ben Simmons