The Little Green Book of Eco-fascism
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The Little Green Book of Eco-fascism : The Plan to Frighten Your Kids, Drive Up Energy Costs and Hike Your Taxes!

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By (author) James Delingpole

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Do you believe we should bomb our economy back to the dark ages? Carpet our beautiful countryside with bat-chomping, bird-slicing eco-crucifixes? Indoctrinate our kids with scary North Korea-style propaganda nonsense in order to deal with the alleged perils of 'climate change'? Neither does James Delingpole, author, polemicist, drowner of baby polar bears. From acid rain, food miles and the 'vanishing' Maldives to ocean acidification, fracking and the celebrity wankerati, Delingpole's characteristically witty, snarky, no-prisoners A to Z presents all that is wrong, funny and downright insane about the green movement - and gives you the ammunition you'll need to counter the great environmental myths of our brainwashed age.

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  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 26mm | 360g
  • 06 Dec 2013
  • Biteback Publishing
  • London
  • 1849546355
  • 9781849546355
  • 297,230

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James Delingpole is an author, broadcaster and polemicist. He writes for the Daily Telegraph and The Spectator, among others, and has appeared on Question Time, the Daily Politics and the Today programme. He has published several books, including the recent Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing Your Children's Future.

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"Delingpole is a brilliantly funny and entertaining writer." Daniel Hannan, Daily Telegraph "A funny and informative A-Z put-down of the green movement." Irish Daily Mail "Beginning with style before substance, the Delingpole offering is a reader's. It's fun, obviously a bit snarky, and at the end of it, the reader immediately wonders who he can share it with." The Washington Post

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