By Amarica Out Loud
Climate activists must be delighted that they have successfully intimidated most conservatives into using their alarmist language. By regularly using the words and phrases of their enemies, conservatives are unwittingly contributing to a significant change in the English language in support of the politically correct climate change narrative.
Terms like “carbon pollution,” “carbon sequestration,” “green energy,” and “climate crisis” now roll off the tongues of politicians across the political spectrum, including Republicans in the U.S. and those inside the Conservative Party of Canada. This is a huge mistake that will come back to haunt them if they ever attempt to establish a policy that faithfully reflects the actual state of today’s climate science.
To discuss this, I am joined by Joseph Ben-Ami, a former naval officer and policy aid to then Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper. Joseph is a respected TV and radio commentator and public speaker, offering insights on culture, politics, and current affairs from a conservative perspective.
He has been President of the Arthur Meighen Institute for Public Affairs, Executive Director of the Institute for Canadian Values, and Director of Government Relations and Diplomatic Affairs for the Jewish advocacy group B’nai Brith. Joseph has served on numerous organizational boards, including the advisory board of Jews against Anti-Christian Defamation.
Tune in today to learn how to counter the war of words that has come to dominate the climate debate!