The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (“ISD”), a Gates/Soros-funded think tank, has been engaged in monitoring those who question or contradict their “climate change” narrative.
Their 115-page report titled ‘Deny, Deceive, Delay: Documenting and Responding to Climate Disinformation at COP26 & Beyond’ was published on 9 June 2022 and reads more like an admission their climate alarmist propaganda has failed and, as we previously wrote, the real experts are restoring the scientific definition of “climate change.”
In [our report’s] executive summary we outline the most prominent discourses identified before, during and after COP26. … This report – ‘Deny, Deceive, Delay: Documenting and Responding to Climate Disinformation at COP26 and Beyond’ – is a collective effort to quantify the problem and establish concrete responses for the months and years ahead. Produced by ISD, CASM Technology and the Climate Action Against Disinformation alliance (CAAD), it is a data-driven examination of the landscape, actors, systems and approaches that are combining to prevent action on climate. Looking ahead, we have outlined recommendations for governments, multilateral bodies, tech platforms and the media in addressing this threat online.
Contributors to ISD’s report were the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (“CASM”) Technology, Conscious Advertising Network (“CAN”), Climate Nexus, Eco-Bot.Net, Friends of the Earth, Purpose, Reset Australia and Stop Funding Heat. With special acknowledgements to Paula Matlach, Kata Balint, Cecile Simmons, Sara Bundzten and Melanie Smith for their efforts in ISD’s climate “War Room.”
Why do they need a “War Room” to defend their “climate change”? Is their version of “climate change” so easily deconstructed that they must be prepared to go to “war” to defend it?