In less than a week, a new film critiquing the many mistakes of Al Gore’s global warming alarm movie An Inconvenient Truth, will be released. Not Evil, Just Wrong discusses the impact, not of global warming, but of global warming alarmism, and the shaky facts that this political abuse of science is causing.
Even better, you can host a Not Evil, Just Wrong premier party next week by ordering a party kit from the link in the right column. You can also read an interview with the filmmakers over at Big Hollywoodâ€“ here’s an interesting snippet:
“It’s a liberal, socialist film. It’s about poor people in Africa and America,” McAleer says. “We’re not interested in insulting anyone or winning political points,” McAleer continues. “I don’t care about your politics and I?m not going to demonize you.”
But what McAleer and McElhinney won’t stand for is watching people suffer while serious, glaring misinformation guides public policy.
That happened during the misinformation campaign surrounding the use of DDT years ago to stop the spread of malaria, they say, and it could happen soon if the U.S. adopts cap and trade legislation which will hamper industry and curtail American prosperity.
The film sprung in part from their last film, Mine Your Own Business. The documentary slammed environmentalists for holding back progress in impoverished communities.
McAleer recalls working as a liberal journalist assigned to cover ?an evil capitalist mining company for the Financial Times.
When he arrived on the scene, “I discovered everything the environmentalists were saying was exaggerated or untrue,” he says, adding the locals wanted the new mines to improve their standard of living.