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Climate Alarmists Battle To Censor Film Exposing 'Climate Crisis Scam'

• https://www.zerohedge.com, by Katie Spence

"Watch this documentary to understand the lies, the pseudoscience, but also the self-interest of government-funded parasites pushing climate alarmism," Maxime Bernier, the founder and leader of the People's Party of Canada, posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, about the film that details how "an eccentric environmental scare grew into a powerful global industry."

"The final nail in the coffin for the 'human-induced climate change' scam. An absolute MUST-WATCH!" Wide Awake Media posted on X while linking to the movie, which features an elite list of scientists, including Nobel Laureate John Clauser, Richard Lindzen, emeritus professor of meteorology at MIT, and Steven Koonin, a theoretical physicist and professor at NYU's Tandon School of Engineering.

Still, not all the responses have been positive.

"I'm a Dutch science journalist, and I watched [Climate: The Movie]," Maarten Keulemans posted on X. "It's full of crap."

Some reviewers went so far as to call for censorship.

"I'm thinking we can get 10,000 people to report 'Climate: The Movie' on YouTube as having harmful and misleading content," Eliot Jacobson, a retired mathematics and computer science professor, posted on X on March 23.

Following Mr. Jacobson's call, Vimeo removed the video from its platform on March 24citing a "violation of Vimeo's Terms of Service and/or Guidelines."

"The [V]imeo link to 'Climate the Movie' I shared two days ago has been censored!" Nir Shaviv, a physics professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who appeared in the film, posted on X. "Fully removed beyond the mere shadow blocking [YouTube] has."

Neither Mr. Durkin nor Mr. Nelson were surprised.

"There's something bigger going on behind the climate thing, beyond the narrow arguments about whether it's true that [carbon dioxide] causes all this stuff—which, of course, it doesn't," Mr. Durkin told The Epoch Times. "There's almost a blanket ban on skepticism on mainstream television.


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