|Ann & Phelim On 'The Ed Morrissey Show'|
|Written by K. Daniel Glover|
|Wednesday, 19 August 2009 14:11|
Morrissey: 'Not Evil Just Wrong' Is 'Tremendous'
As Ed noted at Hot Air, the interview was supposed to run 15 minutes but stretched to more than 40 because "everyone was enjoying the conversation so thoroughly." The interview covered the high points of the movie, the low points of the environmental movement and the plan for a cinematic tea party in homes across America to premiere the movie.
Morrissey watched the sneak preview of Not Evil Just Wrong at RightOnline and praised it as a "tremendous film" that emphasizes the flawed science behind global warming rather than the motivations of people who are preaching doom and gloom.
He also said the documentary reveals the environmental movement's potential to destroy American jobs. "It's something that I think people really need to see before Congress and this administration pass a crippling blow to the American economy," Morrissey said.
He noted some of his favorite parts of the movie, including the awkward moment where a National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist wouldn't even utter the name of a watchdog whose legwork forced NASA to revise a claim about global warming.
"That interview is an embarrassment to NASA," Morrissey said. "And it should be an embarrassment to Congress."
He also said the untold story of DDT as a killer of malaria intrigued him so much that he searched Google during the movie to get the details of America's malaria eradication program in the 1940s.
Ann said Americans need to know that environmental hero Rachel Carson inspired a worldwide ban on DDT despite its role in eliminating malaria in the United States, but the story has been censored. "Let's tell the whole story about Rachel Carson" and the impact she has had in poor African nations where millions have died of malaria, Ann said.
She added that Al Gore's similar attack on carbon dioxide, an essential element of life, is even more dangerous. "This would be more devastating because of the fact that it would affect everyone with a light switch," Ann said. "This would affect every household in America."
Morrissey urged his audience to visit www.noteviljustwrong.com to buy premiere packs and host their own parties Oct. 18. He also lauded the plan for a post-premiere debate about global warming via the Internet. "This sounds tremendous. I certainly want to be part of this."
Watch the entire interview.
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