This article was published by the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Wednesday, November 13, 2019:
In their eagerness to promote their climate change agenda, the mainstream media grasped hold of a phony study and called it real. The outfit that released the study sounds legit. After all, it’s a prestigious nonprofit with goals that sound honorable. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, it publishes a journal called BioScience, which it claims contains nothing but peer-reviewed articles. It seeks “to advance public policy, education, and the public understanding of science,” according to Wikipedia, and “promote an increased understanding of all life,” according to its own website. It claims that “AIBS’s ability, resilience, and integrity are the keys to our success.”
Each of those keys is being sorely tested now that it was learned that many of the 11,000 so-called “scientists” that approved of and supported the warning weren’t scientists after all. The signers included an “animal behavior” teacher in Valencia, a “scientist emeritus” in Canada, a “researcher” in the Czech Republic, a “professor” from Argentina, a “student” from a “neotropical biodiversity institute” somewhere, an obstetrician from Brussels, a Spaniard who’s into “biologo,” a Turkish mathematician, and a Finnish engineer.
Also approving the warning were “Mouse, Mickey” from the “Mickey Mouse Institute for the Blind, Nambia,” Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts, and Araminta Aardvark from the University of Neasden.
But none of this deterred august members of the Fourth Estate from reporting favorably on the warning, as its recommendations lined up with the standard global warning demands being pushed by the likes of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others. NBC News called it