Succumb to Denial

Ah, the Ministry of Truth’s Education Indoctrination Division has been hard at work. The new line, since scaring them hasn’t worked with 100% efficiency…

If educators scare students too much about the threat of climate change, they may “succumb to denial,” a teachers’ guide by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warns. In its guide, “Teaching Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness,” NOAA presents seven “essential principles”:

  1. Sun is primary energy  (and anything else used by man is evil)
  2. Climate is complex (gee I thought Liberals made it very simple-Man is Evil)
  3. Life affects climate; climate affects life  (And Man is Evil so do as you’re told)
  4. Climate is variable (Cooling,Warming,Change, Disruption…but we are never wrong)
  5. Our understanding of climate  (is that man is evil and Liberals will save you all from yourself if only you give up all your freedom for the security of knowing they are in control of everything!)
  6. Humans affect climate  (and the world is fragile and can be broken by man’s evil)
  7. Climate change has consequence  (mostly in your loss of freedom)

Principle 7 – “Climate Change Will Have Consequences for the Earth System and Human Lives” – warns educators that scaring students can cause them to succumb to denial:

“Alarming students and the public about the impact of climate hazards, such as droughts and extreme events, can be counter-productive and cause people to ignore the warnings or succumb to denial.”

Marc Morano, publisher of Climate Depot and producer of upcoming documentary ‘Climate Hustle,’ tells MRCTV the guide is making it sound like disagreement on climate change is a disease:

“Does our government now think that the greatest threat kids face is ‘succumbing” to climate ‘denial?!’ They make it sound as bad as succumbing to Ebola.

Parents need to be very vigilant when it comes to their children’s education about man-made global warming.”

“Despair Deficit” is another challenge facing teachers trying to indoctrinate students about climate, the teachers’ guide warns:

“However, just glossing over the severity of the impacts and the enormous social and environmental ramifications of climate change can lead to a society that is ill-prepared to deal with change. Finding a balanced approach and avoiding a ‘despair deficit’ is clearly a good practice, both inside and outside of the classroom.”

The guide suggests some tactics for teachers to employ:

  • Drawing on case studies showing successful emissions reduction strategies.
  • Examining adaptation strategies for humans, plants and animals.
  • Creating an atmosphere of creativity and problem-solving as we all strive to meet this grand challenge.

It also recommends varying tactics based on the student’s age. In middle school, for example, the guide suggests teachers focus on the plight of “polar bears and penguins.”

You mean the polar bears that are starving because there’s TOO MUCH ICE?  No, of course you don’t.

But don’t worry, this is about science, not emotions. 🙂

In high school, teachers should incorporate climate doctrine into “traditional courses” such as geography, biology and chemistry.

College professors should expose students to climate change theory via blogs, Google Earth, and climate websites, the guide says. And, “upper-level college students” should be put to work researching the impacts of climate change, it says.

And if they find out it all smoke and mirrors crush them like the moron they are. That’s an E for you, dearie, sorry.

You need to be ‘re-educated”.

Principle 6 – “Human Activities are Impacting the Climate System” – also warns that teaching climate threat theory “can result in denial’ if not handled deftly:


Oops, sorry… 🙂

“Quite simply, this principle is challenging to teach because some sectors of the public continue to debate whether these ideas can be true, despite the well-established science. There are several possible reasons why students may resist the conclusion that humans are altering the climate.”

Yeah, actually science that doesn’t fit The Ministry’s conclusions must be stopped, can’t allow truth into the equation. This is “science” after all, where you gather evidence to prove your preferred conclusion only all other data is heresy.

“This concept may be uncomfortable to students due to feelings of guilt, political resistance or genuine lack of scientific understanding.


You don’t want them to have impure thoughts now do we…

Furthermore, projections of the effects of climate change on our society can frighten, overwhelm, or discourage students. This can result in denial or resistance to learning. “ (CNS)

Yeah, the truth usually does that for The Left. 🙂  They hate The Truth. After all, The Ministry of Truth is about Lies.

After all, it’s about science, not politics….right? 🙂


It is fascinating that The Left makes pleas to be less emotional and more scientific on Ebola, but when it comes to Global Warming if Science get’s in their way they get all emotional.


Now you don’t want to scare the kiddies with the Global Warming Monster under the bed or in the closet now do we…


There are Liberal Progressives under your bed!

Now that’s scary! No denying that… 🙂


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