Sunday, March 28, 2010

Earth Hour 1: Success in North Korea

Our friends from Malaysia, the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS,, got published in a newspaper in Kuala Lumpur regarding the "Earth Hour",

They started receiving hate-mails!

I congratulated our friends there, especially IDEAS head, Wan Saiful Wan Jan.

If the rabid greens send you hate mails, that means you made a very clear message to them and the public.

Meanwhile, WWF made the most successful campaign of shutting out lights in... North Korea! A picture that our friend from Seoul, Chung-ho Kim of CFE, shares often, is that of a satellite picture in the evening of the 2 Koreas. Here's another shot of that picture.


I bet the rabid greens would consider migrating to N. Korea.
many people there shut out lights not only 1 hour/day.
they do so 365 nights a year.

Two days ago, I wrote this in one discussion list:

Here is one example of carbon rent-seeking,

WWF hopes to find $60 billion growing on trees

"Earth hour" is one cheap gimmick by the WWF to continue scaring the world so that it's easier for them to extort billions of $ of foreign aid money and carbon cap and trade racket.

If the Earth Hour is meant to "save energy, save the planet", why only 1 hour/year?
Why not make it a monthly, or weekly, or daily activity? Better yet, don't use electricity. Those electrical currents that come from coal power plants, or from nuke and gas turbines, according to the WWF and other warmers, contribute to global warming.

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