|Not Evil Just Wrong|
|Written by Ann McElhinney & Phelim McAleer|
|Wednesday, 05 August 2009 17:58|
New film reveals how global warming activists cause economic destruction in the United States while they unwittingly spread misery and death around the world.
Commencing a full blown attack on the hypocrisy and ill-conceived policies of the modern environmental movement, Not Evil Just Wrong is a feature length documentary that shows how extreme environmentalism is damaging the lives of the most vulnerable populations in the developed and developing world. With examples from Indiana to Uganda the film shows how Global Warming "solutions" will destroy jobs and livelihoods in America during one of the biggest recessions in living memory.
In time for the world premiere at 8pm on October 18th, DVDs can be pre-ordered from the film's website. Bypassing the Hollywood barriers to mass distribution, pre-ordered Not Evil Just Wrong DVDs will arrive in mailboxes in time for a coordinated attempt to break the world record for "largest simultaneous DVD movie premiere" on Sunday, October 18th, 2009, at 8pm.
"This is a film that Hollywood doesn't want anyone to see because it uncovers the dirty truth of extreme environmentalism," states the film's co-director and producer, Phelim McAleer. "Our film is an attempt to spread this truth across America so that this issue, which threatens to damage so many lives and jobs, finally gets the debate it deserves.
"Documentary film co-director and producer Ann McElhinney invites everyday Americans to "Help us expose the true cost of global warming hysteria and become a part of cinematic history by making sure a documentary that finally tells the truth about their lives is shown across the nation." "CO2 is the new DDT. Environmentalists want to ban it without any firm scientific basis or any consideration of the effect a ban on fossil fuels will have on the lives of working Americans." says McElhinney.
The film sweeps back and forth across the Atlantic Ocean, starting in the United States. It examines the history of environmentalism, rooted in Rachel Carson's famed 1962 book, Silent Spring, which led to a ban on DDT. This ban was disastrous for people in the developing world because DDT was the cheapest and safest way of combating malaria. An estimated 30 million people died when the DDT ban left them vulnerable to malaria. Not Evil Just Wrong exposes the full impact of robust and crushing environmental restrictions on the people of Uganda, before returning back to the United States to see how those same policies could impact American families in small towns like Vevay, Indiana.
Not Evil Just Wrong also shreds outrageous claims made in Al Gore's award-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, and rips apart academics and actors alike as they promote bad science to raise money for "green" initiatives.
To speak with a representative from Not Evil Just Wrong please contact Megan Erhardt (x136) merhardt(at)crcpublicrelations.com or Jennifer Fedor (x 106) jfedor(at)crcpublicrelations.com at 703-683-5004
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