‘UK Ministry For Big Oil Relations’ As New Brit PM Scorns Eco-Truther Crap

by on 15/07/16 at 5:13 pm

"No, Al Gore won't be seated for afternoon tea."

“No, Al Gore won’t be seated for afternoon tea.”

London, UK – (SatireWorld.com)

“Bollocks to global warming is now official UK government policy,” a spokesperson at the newly-created Ministry for Big Oil Relations said today as new British Prime Minister Theresa May wielded the ax to the Tories’ long term flagshit shop window, the Department for the Environment and Climate Change.

May’s seismic policy shift sees a brigade of hand-picked, centre-right eco-skeptics take over the Government following a bloodless coup in the EU Brexit Referendum poll.

“Gone are David Cameron’s tree-hugging Al Gore fellaters,” a Ministry deepthroat told SatireWorld reporters, “alongside the dreary US-lead global warming bowel-movement shakedown behind the European Union’s carbon capture scam.”

Across the Pond this is looking troublesome for major American climate change truthers – like a gaggle of 17 demented US Attorneys Generals trying to shakedown ExxonMobil over fossil fuel stuff.

On Wednesday two of the US judiciary’s worst eco-extortion pimps were subpoenaed by Congress, accused of intimidating scientists and others who dispute the smoke ‘n’ mirrors garbage of climate change dogma.

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Massachusetts AG Maura Healey were slammed with subpoenas by House Science Committee chairman Rep Lamar Smith of Texas.

The GOP stalwart has described their behavior as a good old-fashioned RICO**-style extortion racket ‘against anyone with half a brain cell’ about the official USA’s catastrophic climate change narrative.

“Shades of Steve Donziger and Vincenzo Fosterini,” our man-with-the-stun gun spluttered into a late night gin and tonic.

Schneiderman’s proctologist is daft as a brush.

**Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)

One Response to “‘UK Ministry For Big Oil Relations’ As New Brit PM Scorns Eco-Truther Crap”

  1. O'Leg Pee

    Dec 6th, 2016

    Trump to interview ExxonMobil CEO for secretary of state

    The face of Big Oil could become America’s top diplomat.

    President-elect Donald Trump is interviewing ExxonMobil (XOM) Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson on Tuesday to consider him for the secretary of state position, according to one Trump aide.

    Tillerson is considered a long shot for the most prestigious Cabinet role, but the Trump aide told CNN that the president-elect is intrigued by the oil man’s view of the world.
    Other leading contenders for secretary of state include Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani and David Petraeus.

    Long shot or banana shot?

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