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Some reading for the “anti-warmalists” and “climate-change deniers”


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Kiwithrottlejockey
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Having fun in the hills!


« Reply #1175 on: October 09, 2018, 09:58:27 am »


Go and visit Hector, or Granity, or Carters Beach in the Buller region.

Or go and visit Haumoana, or Te Awanga, or Clifton in Hawke's Bay.

Then stand in front of the residents of those localities and tell them that “they are full of shit and their properties and homes AREN'T being taken by the sea and they are delusional” and I betcha they'll either beat the crap out of you, or else they'll get it a couple of shrinks and get you locked up in a rubber room.

And there are plenty of other places around NZ's coastline in the same predicament. In Palliser Bay, there are even the remains of baches amongst the rocks below where there used to be solid land. Your stupidity and ignorance is astounding. When I die, I shall do so extremely happy in the knowlege that your grandchildren will be destined for a life of hell on this planet, all thanks to their grandfather's ignorance & greed. It will bring a smile to my face as I become extinct.

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