Via American Action News:

The United Kingdom will be plunged into a deep freeze this week as global flooding ends human civilization in an orgy of death, starvation, and war.

That shocking news comes from a 2004 report in The Guardian, which says climate scientists have proven the world will end in ecological disaster by 2020.

“Climate change over the next 20 years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disasters,” The Guardian reported Feb. 22, 2004.

“A secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world,” The Guardian continues.

So bad news if you made New Year’s plans.  Bring a life vest.

If you’re wondering why someone would make such an outlandish claim, The Guardian explains it without realizing.

“The findings will prove humiliating to the Bush administration, which has repeatedly denied that climate change even exists,” The Guardian reports.

Later, The Guardian lays out how the report will be used to advance the presidential campaign of then-Democrat nominee Sen. John Kerry.

“So dramatic are the report’s scenarios, Watson said, that they may prove vital in the US elections. Democratic frontrunner John Kerry is known to accept climate change as a real problem. Scientists disillusioned with Bush’s stance are threatening to make sure Kerry uses the Pentagon report in his campaign,” The Guardian reports, giving away the game.

By casting defense as an environmental issue, the Pentagon can increase its budget by accessing “climate” funds.

It’s just the latest in a series of embarrassingly inaccurate predictions from climate “scientists,” who all claim “the science is settled” and “there’s nothing to debate” about their political agenda – even though all of their “settled science” predictions have been debunked.

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