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Falling Walrus: Attenborough Tacitly Admits Netflix Deception

December 19, 2019

By Paul Homewood

An exclusive new video for the GWPF exposes Attenborough’s contradicting explanations of the bizarre and tragic phenomenon of falling walruses






  1. Broadlands permalink
    December 19, 2019 5:15 pm

    Wow! Thank you for posting this. The many attempts to undermine the truth seem to continue unabated and items like this are very helpful in exposing them and their agenda.

  2. saparonia permalink
    December 19, 2019 6:14 pm

    I’m also glad you posted this, thank you.

  3. December 19, 2019 6:37 pm

    Reblogged this on Climate-

  4. Harry Passfield permalink
    December 19, 2019 8:35 pm

    I’ll be gob-smacked if this is ever – EVER – broadcast by the BBC, even on one their Red-Button channels – o, even better, the Millennial’s BBC3 channel.

    Serious point, though, building on a comment from an earlier post, the BBC, who have a (much breached) duty to be balanced when it comes to reporting politics, have decided that CC is science, not politics. As such they can ignore the rules and claim they are following a consensus. Strange that when the consensus is based on the results of a General Election they feel free to ignore it, but when it’s down to what Harrabin and Shukman etc have to say on CC, they go with the flow.
    The BBC should be constrained, within good reason, to offer both sides of an argument, after all, on R4’s ‘Thought for Today’, which was originally based on established religion, they are happy to engage the thoughts of non-Christians and Atheists.
    Strange, that.

  5. It doesn't add up... permalink
    December 20, 2019 12:32 am

    Anatoly Konchev reminisces about filming polar bears and walruses

    The first documentary footage of the relationship between walruses and polar bears was made by the BBC operator in 1990 on Wrangel Island. Then I first saw and photographed many attacks of polar bears on walruses, including successful ones. After the release of the BBC series “Realms of Russian Bear”, which included these shots, filmmakers reached out to Wrangel Island in a whole queue to shoot such a story.

    Now there are already a lot of video and photo materials not only from Wrangel Island, and from Russia, but also from walrus rookeries in Canada and Svalbard

    So the BBC knew what they were likely to film this time around. Meanwhile the polar bear patrol at Ryrkaipiy can be seen in action here, firing Verey cartridges at a troop of bears before using a bulldozer to drag a part walrus carcase up the spit away from the village for them to gorge on.

  6. Stonyground permalink
    December 20, 2019 7:32 am

    Atheists are the only group that are not allowed to contribute to Thought for the Day. The minimum requirement is an invisible magic friend. A big book of magic stuff is an advantage.

    • M E permalink
      December 21, 2019 1:04 am

      Are you attacking Wicca, oh ‘fell among thorns’? ( sorry ‘stonyground) That’s not the ‘woke’. Glad Yul anyway !!

    • Bertie permalink
      December 21, 2019 9:59 am

      Not true. Such people have and do make their contributions. After all anyone can have a “thought for the day”!

  7. Coeur de Lion permalink
    December 20, 2019 9:51 am

    Is Arctic ice disappearing? I suppose we all mean the third week in September ? No change for twelve years and more than in 1935? Right now approaching winter solstice it’s 12msqkm and growing. We are all doomed.

  8. Adrian, East Anglia permalink
    December 20, 2019 12:42 pm

    Unfortunately, those viewers who were moved to tears by the broadcast footage will have soaked up Attenborough’s commentary like sponges and will have accepted it unquestioningly. Extremely doubtful that many of them would even consider the possibility of their having been the victims of such sleight of hand, though the evidence is pretty damning.

  9. M E permalink
    December 20, 2019 9:32 pm

    In the past,though not so long ago,the walrus tusks were part of the technology of inhabitants of the Siberian Alaskan Aleutian area. I wondered where they came from. I thought that hunting with a club could not be any use,though that was the way seals were hunted world wide.
    If we return to the pre industrial world promoted by the unaware these carcasses can be retrieved for use. New wars for precious resources are in the future for ExtinctionRebellion

    • It doesn't add up... permalink
      December 21, 2019 3:21 am

      Captain Cook’s crew did not enjoy eating walrus meat when they discovered Cape North (now Cape Schmidt). On the other hand, a certain bone is prized for carving.

  10. Barry Wilderoder permalink
    December 22, 2019 6:57 am

    Hi Paul, any comments on fires in Australia being the worst they have ever been due to climate change? Thanks

    Sent from my iPhone

  11. December 23, 2019 1:46 am

    Reblogged this on Climate Collections.

  12. December 26, 2019 8:02 pm

    So what we have here is a “conspiracy theory”
    .. evidenced of course
    but look what the ex-chief of the Church of Englnd said from his BBC Radio pulpit this morning
    ‘There are others who have a “sinister feeling that Climate Change must be some kind of huge confidence trick, or conspiracy .. invented by communists, illuminati or some sort of other mysterious group who are determined to undermine who we are.”

  13. December 26, 2019 8:23 pm

    Hyperbolic bBC claims again
    \\ BBC News is now saying half the world’s coral reef has gone.
    That’s according to the BAME on a training jolly in the Seychelles.//

    I spot a Dec 8th web article by Catherine Byaruhanga and Louise Adamou

  14. December 26, 2019 8:26 pm

    Let’s face sit Attenborough is a naturalist
    but at his age I think he is merely working as a voice over artist , turning up at a Bristol studio and reading a script.
    He is mere a figurehead brand, it’s the prog makers who are at fault.

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