Ecoscammers Now Blaming Global Warming for Somalia Civil War Deaths

Ecoscammers are working overtime to invent Climate Change refugees and victims of Climate Change to shake down developed nations for money and funnel more cash into their Green slush funds.

So prepare for a raft of commercials featuring starving children and disaster victims who are now being branded as victims of your refusal to bike to work and your insistence on eating a burger for lunch.

That means Ecoscammers are ghoulishly hunting around for disasters that they can exploit. Enter Somalia.

A new study has found that human-induced climate change contributed to low rain levels in East Africa in 2011, making global warming one of the causes of Somalia’s famine and tens of thousands of deaths.

Climate scientists with Britain’s national weather service studied weather patterns in Somalia in 2010 and 2011 and found that yearly precipitation known as the short rains failed in late 2010 because of the natural effects of La Nina.

But Peter Scott, one of the study’s authors, said the lack of long rains in 2011 was a result of climate change.

Britain has said up to 100,000 people died from the famine. But global warming wasn’t the only cause. Al-Shabab Islamic extremists stopped aid groups from distributing food in its territory, contributing to the deaths.

The rains weren’t limited to Somalia, but had the same effect in Ethiopia and Kenya. Since neither of the two countries were in the midst of a civil war (probably because neither of them are majority Muslim countries), they didn’t experience 100,000 deaths.

Apparently Climate Change/Global Warming/Doom of Doom only kills 100,000 people when large numbers of people are killing other people. By that metric, the Hundred Years War’s deaths were also no doubt due to Climate Change.

The rain in Spain or in Kenyan or in Ethiopia doesn’t kill 100,000 people, unless Muslims are murdering each other across the country. Only then does Global Warming kill 100,000 people.

I’m not a scientist, but this seems like experimental proof that Islam may be deadlier than Global Warming. But we’re too busy fighting imaginary wars against the weather to fight back against the people killing us.

  • Mary Sue

    Confusing La Nina with Climate change, when one has 0 to do with the other? Figures. Buncha hacks.

  • Spikey1

    "up to 100,000 people died from the famine"

    Nope: 100,000 people died because individuals couldn't take care of themselves or their children.
    The village failed….

    • Roger

      Sharia is pretty brutal that way.

      I wonder if this girl was stoned to death due to global warming?

      Must have happened on a hot day.

      • patriothere

        You USE THE SAME STUPID STORY ALL THE TIME! Give it a rest already will ya? Nobody is buying your kool-aid! Muslims are hard working decent people. People can see past the hate Ok?

        • Roger

          Coming from the paid hack troll, why do you think you deserve any credibility?
          Do you really expect to just say they're decent folks and we'll overlook all the headlines?

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          I'm like jesus, I'm gonna chase you money changers out of the temple and out of town and of course out of this forum. Me and ohsoquiet and a few other REAL AMERICANS who are being PAID to be here like you Israeli PR men. I'm here to chase you filth out.

        • Mary Sue

          "Muslims are hard working decent people"

          Yeah. Right up til they feel the tug of Jihad.

  • LibertarianToo

    Lock Box o' Rocks at it again. I wonder if 'Global Warming' causes Nobel laureates to assault massage therapists . . .

    • Roger

      Nope, his kid getting to many tickets does that.

  • jay

    Some of the rice in my lunch was undercooked and hurt my teeth when I chewed it.

    Undoubtedly caused by Global Warming.

  • me too

    aprils fool

  • RUI

    "100,000 people"? Shouldn't it be "ONE HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS"?

  • somali

    idiots stop making jokes about hunger, we somalis are proud to be somali no matter what.

    • Roger

      You hear about the Somalian thrown in the alligator pit. He ate three before they could pull him back out again….

  • Clark Banner

    Once again Mr. Greenfield you lie and misrepresent the article once again. The article is saying that Climate Change either contributed or was responsible for low rainfall itself, not for the 100,000 deaths and the entirety of the famine itself. It lists climate change as a contributing factor.

    The article even talks about Islamist groups being responsible for the famine. Seriously, do you call this Journalism?

    • Roger

      So you agree with him?

  • Max

    Alright Mr. Geenfield, but I really wonder about your geographical knowledge. Is Somalia in East Africa? No sir its in Horn of Africa or if you like, Eastern Africa. So before you show off please check your Geography. By the way Somalis die because Al Shabab refuses to allow Aid Agencies. THeir country is Semi Arid but there are two rivers and as Ioan M. Lewis, the Doyen of Somali studies says, "between these two rivers .. pastoralic communities are found."

    • Daniel Greenfield

      That section is quoted from FOX News.

      You'll have to take up the geography with them.

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  • Ghostwriter

    Oh brother! These people will blame global warming for EVERYTHING! And for patriothere,most of them are,but far too many Muslims are silent when Americans are murdered by their coreligionists. We don't hear a peep from them.

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