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on February 9, 2018
When you start reading anything by Delingpole, you are destined to become a fan of his writing. I just love the easy way he can dismantle the looniness of these eco-fascists and their totally wacky statements about "the human assault on the planet." His characterization of them as watermelons (green on the outside, red (Marxist) on the inside)) is spot on. It often surprises me that Delingpole is a Brit, yet his writing style is so American. This book will stay in my personal library of climate/environment books. You will learn a lot of facts after reading this book, as well as a lot of the lies and distortions of the watermelon propaganda. Whatever your politics, challenge yourself to read this.
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on August 21, 2017
absolutely spot on read
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on October 11, 2013
How refreshing it is to hear the TRUTH OF NATURE instead of being continually bombarded with emotional nonsense espoused by the media at the hands of religious entities and BIG money ( and the influence it has on politicians ).
Three cheers for James for telling the world (hopefully) some basic home truths about our very existance on this planet,it appears we are doing our best to stuff it up,. The question remains can we see the light before it is to late.
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on February 14, 2013
I really liked this book as I've been well aware of the flaws in the whole of the AGW discussion and the politics that surround it for some time now and like reading about this. However, for anyone less passionate about this subject Watermelons might be hard going. Although it has a wealth of information about AGW and the environmentalist movement, it could seem a little drawn out.
I think that people will either love this book and can't put it down or they will find that James Delingpole tends to "go on a bit" and have too many rants about the commie lefty greenies.
Overall, a good read though and an important book that helps raise the awareness of the flawed science and underlying motives of the whole environmentalist movement.
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on December 30, 2015
Keep up the good work Mr Delingpole! I eagerly await your next book! The environmentalists are a threat to freedom and prosperity.
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on May 6, 2014
James Delingpole has given a great insight as to haw the green movement and the IPCC have complety escaped any scrutiny by governments and the wider community. Anyone who legitimatly questions anything they say is considered a sceptic and risks loosing all credibility and any say.
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on January 14, 2014
Great book, once you start it is hard to put it down. It is also funny so you certainly do not get bored reading all the information.
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on December 27, 2012
Extremely readable, clinical, deadly but funny dissection of the deceit practiced by the Alarmists about AGW. He even has found quotes from the Greens saying that they deliberately exaggerate to deceive and produce an emotional response about climate change. Once it becomes emotional, rational thought goes out the window. No one with any interest in the subject should miss this book.
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on January 18, 2014
Richard Delingpole's book manages to combine a lot of necessary facts into an entertaining read. His style is upbeat and conversational and presents his argument in a clear and understandable way without inundating the reader with endless quotes to get his point across.
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on February 21, 2017
There were some points I questioned, but that is the reason I purchased to book to generation questions about the politically motivated environmental whose idea is less about saving the planet, but ruling the planet.
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