Screening of The Great Global Warming Swindle

Friday, 02 Mar 2012, 14:56

 

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The Euro Media Forum is organising the screening of The Great Global Warming Swindle taking place on Monday the 12th of March, at the Italian Cultural Institute, St. George’s Square, Valletta opposite The Palace (Malta’s Parliament house) and next door to the Attorney General’s Office on Monday 12th March at 1900h.

Has everything we have ever been told about Global Warming a lie? From Age of Stupid to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth to news reports and even public debates, they all seem to be screaming – that 'Man Made Global Warming' is the biggest threat ever to mankind and if we do not change our ways and reduce CO2 emissions - polar ice caps will melt, coastal areas will flood and hurricanes like Katrina will become common.

Can it be that its science fiction or it’s a real science fact? The Great Global Warming Swindle postulates that we are being lied to by the powers that be that climate change can destroy the world. The Da Vinci Code seemed a walk in the park but this film blows the whistle on what may be the biggest conspiracy in modern history. The documentary claims that with nearly Gestapo like tactics people all over the world are told not to question. Is there absolutely no room for doubt because there is a "scientific consensus"? In this day and age is it realistically possible that whoever questions the current climate change data is an enemy of the state and humanity? The film ‘The Great Global Warming Swindle’ suggests so.

Climate researcher James Ciarlo, economics analyst David Sammut and moderator Justin Camilleri will be exploring these topics and its relevance to Malta’s society and if there is room for scientific doubt. Also, is climate change fact or fiction? And if it’s real who is making money? What is the role of a tiny country like Malta? And are we really living in the great global warming swindle? Or, is this documentary a Science Fiction movie with a bad and far-fetched ending?

The talk will be followed with an open discussion and a short quiz where participants will win prizes. The film screening and discussion will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute, St. George’s Square, Valletta opposite The Palace (Malta’s Parliament house) and next door to the Attorney General’s Office on Monday 12th March at 7p.m. Entrance is free. The event is being organised in collaboration between Malta Resources Authority,

Science is Culture, Valletta Living History and the Italian Cultural Institute. For seat bookings kindly text an sms on 9960 8361 or send an email to euromediaforum@gmail.com
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Euro Media Forum

The aim of the Euro Media Forum is to use media to create a discussion on issues of interest to the general public namely social problems, political issues, unexplained phenomenon, history and the production of media.  You can follow the work of the EMF by going to www.facebook.com/Euro.Media.Forum.  For more information call on 99052482 or email on euromediaforum@gmail.com.

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