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Last updated on August 5th, 2017 at 01:54 pm
John Andrews on modern concerns:
This is utterly upside down. An unproved, slow-moving environmental worry is elevated to crisis proportions by our elites – while an avowed human enemy at the gates, committed to killing us by the millions and destroying the United States, is wished away. What folly.
Both jihad and climate should concern policymakers and the public, no question. But the inverted priority we give them will astound historians (assuming the history is written honestly and in our language, not in Arabic under Sharia theocrats). How could these 21st century Americans be such fools and fainthearts, posterity will ask, that hypothetically higher sea levels frightened them more than nuts with nukes? …
Can’t we agree that an armed psychopath in our house is more of a threat than a finger raising the thermostat one degree?
We can’t even agree that the armed guy is a psychopath. Earlier inverted-priority views here.
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