Perhaps the greatest evil known to mankind, outgunning even Islam and homosexuality, is climate science. Thankfully, Biased BBC has been leading the revolt against this mumbo-jumbo, and none more valiantly than the permanently outraged Robin Horbury. Today, he's tearing apart an Environment Minister with only sarcasm as a weapon.
Hilary Benn who has spent his entire, useless life
Try not to be so conciliatory.
as a trade union official
Representing people's collective interests is inherently wrong...
…especially when they vote you into office.
after reading eastern European languages
The clincher. Down there with paedophilia.
at right-on Sussex university
(Possibly a cheap insult too far?)
has risen, by some fluke, to be a government minister with a brief to pontificate about "climate change".
Not content that he and his government cronies have pledged to blow £1.5bn of our money on "carbon emissions", he is today to warn the the new world government assembled in Copenhagen that we face yet another threat - "ocean acidification".
Let's ask the American experts, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Blimey: "A growing number of studies have demonstrated adverse impacts on marine organisms."
Despite his complete lack of relevant knowledge, (Benn) somehow believes he's qualified to interpret to the world the highly complex science behind the absorption of CO2 by seawater.
Excellent point, Robin, only slightly marred by the reality that few politicians have technical qualifications in the subjects they administer.
Of course, to him and his fanatical brethren, it's another huge threat, another reason to spend billions of our money on vast nonsense schemes.
Perhaps. But he doesn't appear to be demanding vast nonsense schemes. Only more research.
For the BBC and its expert environment correspondent Richard Black, it's a top story that must be breathlessly reported without qualification or challenge.
Odd for an environment correspondent to report on a major speech by the Environment Secretary at a global conference. Very odd.
And without reference to latest scientific papers that suggest that the whole thing is a load of more, poisonous hot air.
Be fair. Biased BBC can't keep all the poisonous hot air to itself.