Editor, The Times:

Re: “Former Times Editor Promotes Global Carbon Petition”

Editor, The Times:

Keith, Keith, Keith! I see you are still banging the same old drum! I don’t partake in Facebook or other stupidities of social media, but it sounds as though you received some bad reviews.

You say, “I try to remember that people are becoming frightened by climate change as the evidence mounts that it is actually occurring.”

Actually, people are not becoming frightened; they are getting bloody fed up with all the same old rhetoric like, “Save the planet,” “Ban fossil fuel,” “Raise the Carbon Tax.” Right!

That’s going to do as much good as a fart in a windstorm.

I’m sorry to inform you that you didn’t invent the yellow vest movement. You and Jean wore high visibility vests so you didn’t get run over by a car. Now you don’t wear the vest for the same reason.

I strongly recommend that you get a new hobby, like fishing or fly-tying. It’s actually very relaxing and satisfying. The end result is that you still have a chance to land some suckers.

Jim Lamberton

The Rambling Man

Clearwater, B. C.

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