By Situation Theatre 3/8/2019
Much like Charles Manson, Jim Jones, and David Koresh, Andrew Bolt makes compelling arguments that his victims are to blame.
The leader of the News Corp sect of the neoliberal death cult who is hellbent on climate breakdown, social collapse, and mass extinction, Andrew Bolt, has penned a series of sensible arguments for why a teenager who wants to stop the apocalypse is obviously mentally ill.
Like any sound argument which both contains true premises and is deductively valid, Bolt reasonably asserts that 16-year-old year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is a “deeply disturbed messiah”, rationally writes she “preaches the global warming faith” based on what 99% of scientists believe, and conservatively claims she is “one of the most astonishing Messianic figures in world history”.
He also steers well clear of ad hominem attacks when he dismisses her as a “young and strange girl”, fairly describes the “spectacular range of mental issues” of her sister and judiciously writes “I’ve never seen a girl so young with so many mental disorders treated by so many adults as a guru”.
Never short of supporting arguments for his claims, Bolt also forced an embarrassing backdown from the world’s scientists by proving climate breakdown is complete BS with impregnable logic: “The evidence does not suggest that humanity faces doom. The world has just posted record grain crops and record life expectancy.” Because we all know the real cause of climate breakdown and mass extinction is sub-par grain output.
Apart from logic, one of the other well-known strengths of death cult leaders is their ability to avoid the defence mechanism of projection.
Bolt ascribes a series of characteristics to Greta which no one in their right mind could apply to the far-right News Corp columnist:
“Thunberg has something very rare as well - a sense of absolute certainty. She shows not the slightest doubt and forgives not the slightest compromise. This allows followers who are tormented with doubt and burden of freedom to relax into her totalitarian certainty.”
“It is normally a fault and a dangerous one, not to see the greys between the black and white, and to have zero patience with alternative facts, opinions, or values. But for followers of a religious figure, a Messiah, such absolute certainty is a must. They need a leader who seems absolutely sure of the right way- no matter how wrong that way and how irrational that leader.”
Spot on analysis there from a man famous for his self-doubt.