Friday, June 3, 2011

Moonbat of the Day: Sigourney Weaver

Hollywood moonbat Sigourney Weaver thinks global warming is a form of discrimination against women.
(Sigourney Weaver via Huff Po) — Over the past month, I have been speaking to women in Canada and the American Midwest about a powerful force that discriminates against us. I am not talking about the glass ceiling or sexists bosses, although we all know those still exist. I am talking about climate change.

You might think that a force as sweeping as global warming would be an equal opportunity threat: that it would endanger men and women alike. But the fact is climate change exacts a heavier toll on women.

Women produce up to 80 percent of the food in the developing world. Drought and unpredictable rains brought on by climate change will make this work far more precarious. Women will have to labor harder and longer to ensure their families have food, fuel, and water...


Anonymous said...

OMG..who unlocked the door for this moonbat?

John Scotus said...

What can we expect? She's an actress, for goodness sake. They are nearly all barely literate and as mad as snakes. The big mystery is why anyone listens to them when they decide to talk about anything outside of the film industry.

Anonymous said...

Well, she does have a point--women do make up 80% or more of the work force of developing countries. Harvesting food in a "warmer climate" will be more difficult.

She just put global warming in a really strange context. Too many years as an under dog in the acting community??