The BBC’s news side is utterly dedicated to spreading global warming alarmism and has even had a policy of refusing to interview fully qualified scientists who question it. But not everyone is on board with that policy in Britain.
Two years ago the theatrical version of Yes, Prime Minister created a devastating critique of climate hysteria. Here are two key excerpts.
Our friend Joseph Bast at the Heartland Institute calls these videos “simply astonishing, utterly accurate, and devastatingly honest about the politics of the issue.”
“I don’t know how anyone with a pulse can watch them and not laugh out loud at how ludicrous politicians, journalists, and some (not all) scientists appear to be when they pontificate on global warming,” Joe adds.
He’s absolutely right. These are simultaneously hilarious and intellectually brilliant, a stellar example of how ridicule ought to be done: targeting the truly ridiculous, and making it crystal clear exactly why it is so.
So enjoy the clips—but be sure you don’t have a drink in your mouth when you do!
Correction: The two video clips of the British comedy Yes, Prime Minister are from the theatrical stage version, not from the broadcast television version, which is what was initially written.