‘Anyone who thought Love Actually was a bit crap please leave…’ | James Delingpole

October 5th, 2010

It’s here. The long awaited and entirely inevitable Downfall parody of the Richard Curtis ‘No Pressure’ snuff video. And it’s a good ‘un. (H/T Eugenia Tweed) (Congratulations to Boiling Frog who made it)

My favourite line is

My favourite line: “I even included the Jewish team Tottenham Hotspur in the film and still they accuse me of Nazi practices….”

While we’re on the subject, I highly recommend this analysis of the 10:10 debacle from Germany, courtesy of classical liberal thinker Steffen Hentrich. (H/T Ravenscar)

“What do we do with people who do not wish to join in the climate protection movement propagated upon us by environmental activists and politicians? You just blow them up and justify it by claiming these few non-conformists are nothing when compared to the 300,000 people who have supposedly already died because of climate change so far. For this number there is no scientific basis, just climate models.

Just 65 years after the end of National Socialism, under whose dehumanizing ideology millions of human beings were murdered in the most brutal manner, and 21 years after the fall of communism, where its collective Weltanschauung claimed just as many lives, and only 9 years since the attacks on the WTC, which claimed thousands of lives because of religious fanaticism, a radical environmental movement today does not even bother to hide how it would like to deal with people who do not agree with its end of the world scenarios and prefer to opt out of its simplistic world rescue program.”

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One Response to “‘Anyone who thought Love Actually was a bit crap please leave…’”

  1. John says:October 8, 2010 at 3:36 pmDear Mr Delingpole,
    After reading your article on the Bilderberg group, I have come to the conclusion you are the journalistic equivalent of rocking horse poo, not bad, but very rare. Your honesty may make you enemies. I sincerely hope you have friends in high places. Good luck!

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