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Dec 10 2017

Canadian Eskimos: Polar Bears Are Flourishing

Since liberal ideologues started shouting that the polar bears they regard as sacred are on the verge of extinction thanks to global warming, carbon dioxide levels have skyrocketed. By now, there should be hardly any polar bears left. To find out, let’s check in with Canadian Eskimos, since most polar bears live in Canada, and Eskimos live in close proximity to the bears:

The overwhelming conclusion from years of accumulated conversations with native populations about polar bears is that there is almost no connection between the long-term observations of polar bear ecology and the more recent claims that polar bears as a species are in grave danger due to climate change and thinning sea ice.

In fact, the long-term observations suggest that polar bear subpopulations are currently faring quite well, with 92% of the subpopulations studied either remaining stable or growing in recent years.

According to Inuit observers, there may even be “too many” bears now.

Given that these monstrous beasts hunt down human beings and eat them, you might say that any polar bears are too many.

Alarming as it is to think of their numbers increasing, at least it helps confirm that the doom and gloom dogma of anthropogenic climate change is a steaming load in the snow.

On a tip from Chronos Z. Wonderpig.

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