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Climate Hustle documentary to blow the lid on the global warming climate change con game

Climate Hustle

(NaturalNews) A documentary showing the complete opposite of what's been wrongly ingrained in people's minds – that climate change is awful and something to fear – will be appearing during the very summit discussing the so-called "problem" – the UN's COP 21 international summit in Paris. The film features over 30 renowned climate experts and scientists, all of whom provide their expertise about why the topic of global warming is nothing more than a scheme designed to scare, confuse and control people, by presenting them with false information.(1)

Appropriately called Climate Hustle, the documentary is a red carpet, invitation-only movie that will simultaneously shock and shed light on climate change by showing viewers that the topic is a cleverly-crafted hoax propelled by political motives and propaganda. Marc Morano, who is the publisher of the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow's (CFACT) Climate Depot news service, and producer of the documentary, will host the film, due to premiere on December 7, 2015. In that capacity, Morano will show viewers – likely including President Obama – how the facts support findings that the public has been collectively embracing a highly-distorted view of what's really happening.(1,2)

Lack of science, skewed satellite data all a global warming illusion

What's really happening, in fact, is not global warming, but a cooling trend, as Natural News editor Mike Adams has explained in his podcast, which you can listen to here. In it, Adams states that carbon dioxide – long-said to be the enemy in this instance – is not the horror it's made out to be. In fact, it's actually beneficial for the planet. He also explains how satellite data was faked to create the illusion of global warming, and talks about how the foundations of real science have been severely disregarded, all so that the government can control the population under the guise of saving the planet.(3)

A CFACT video in which FOX News' Sean Hannity discusses the documentary, also supports these thoughts. That interview includes discussion with Morano, who says that those who continually spew forth global warming warnings are doing nothing more than "crafting a narrative and erasing the past." Other experts, in reaction to seeing parts of the documentary, say they are "appalled" and that the film shows "how we don't do science."(2)

Carbon dioxide not the enemy

As for carbon dioxide, often touted to be a horrible problem for the earth and its inhabitants, it's been shown to help rather than hinder. For example, Arizona State University experts suggest that it's responsible for re-greening parts of the world – specifically the West African Sahel, which is south of the Sahara desert. The University experts explain that the presence of more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, brought about by increased rainfall, has caused more plant growth in the area. They say that such greening is helping the region thrive once again, lifting people there out of poverty.(4)

Their findings, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), note that "...long-term satellite-derived greenness sensitivity to rainfall" was analyzed to better understand "...changing vegetation structure in different regions of the Sahel." In other words, these experts accurately looked at science, assessing it to grasp the true nature of weather changes, rather than distorting it to instill confusion and fear in the world.(4)

Documentary will be a much needed wake-up call

Climate Hustle will undoubtedly cause people to think differently about the what they've been conditioned to believe all along. If it doesn't, says nationally syndicated columnist Cal Thomas, who calls Climate Hustle "tremendous," they should receive "...the type of reprogramming given to cult members."(1)

Echoing those sentiments is climatologist Dr. Judith Curry of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Curry, who appears in the film, says that "'Climate Hustle is a refreshing and entertaining antidote to the sillier and alarming claims about climate change and its impacts that people regularly hear from politicians and the media."(1)

The documentary is set to be available for theatrical and home video release in 2016.(1)

Sources for this article include:

(1) ClimateDepot.com

(2) CFact.org

(3) NaturalNews.com

(4) NaturalNews.com

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