Letter: Climate change is fake news

Kelowna letter-writer says he doesn’t believe in climate change

To the editor:

I just have to tell you that your editorial (City’s Climate change plan on point) was both ridiculous and disturbing. It was also spreading misinformation. It seems that you are delusional and/or very political. It is very disturbing that you are publishing fake news and spreading these falsehoods to our youth.

The 99 per cent consensus you speak of is false. The former number was 97 per cent and even that is not true. There are thousands of scientists who disagree with man made climate change but they have been blacklisted and stonewalled in order to promote the left wing political campaign of man made climate change.

I stopped reading the Capital News years ago when I realized it was a left wing Liberal party of Canada propaganda publication with absolutely zero objectivity and that its only goal was to promote Liberal groupthink.

I will make certain to continue to boycott your fake news political propaganda publication,

Mark Goddard, Kelowna

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