School Teaches a Lesson

Posted: December 7, 2011 by veeshir in Edumakashun, FAIL Britannia!, Funniest End of Civilization Evah, Green Goofs, It's Science!, Liberal FAIL, Nanny State

In Great Britain a school wanted to show how “green” and pious they are so they turned off the heat on the coldest day of the year (so far).

I applaud this move. It teaches the students lessons that I doubt the ecotards wanted to teach.

First, it taught the students that Green Science is neither.

Second, it taught the students that “going green”, in these days of “Green Science”, means decrying civilization and demanding that people live in squalor.

Instead of using energy more efficiently, it means not using energy and living as our ancestors did.

Today’s leftist idjits not only do not learn the lessons we spent thousands of years learning, they are actually angry at people who try to learn them.

Such as not lighting a candle and praising the dark.

For that, they get Veeshir’s Seal of Ecotardish Approval.


  1. MikeD says:

    Best comment I read under the story:

    “If these same conditions were applied to terrorists in a military prison, this same “headmaster” would claim it as torture.”

    • veeshir says:

      Ahhh, but the difference is that they did for religious reasons.

      • There is more truth than snark to that, sadly.

        • veeshir says:

          It’s not even snark anymore.

          I get in the conversation all the time where some global warmmonger tells me I’m some anti-science, doesn’t-believe-in-evolution, religious fanatic.
          So I say, “No, global worming is a religion, you believe based on faith.”

          They get all upset so I ask, “What’s the avg. temp of the Earth?” Not a one has been able to answer that question. Not one. None can answer “How much did the planet warm in the 20th century?” either. They’ll guess, but not a one has answered, “About one degree fahrenheit.”

          I laugh and say, “So in other words, you believe because you’ve been told to believe, you have faith.”
          They don’t think it’s funny, but when the other person attacks me personally first off, I see no reason to be polite at all.

          It’s a religion for its adherents, for the clergy it’s a religious scam.

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