One of my favourites is the Post's front page exposé on the religious fervour of Kyoto. I had noted this myself several weeks ago:
...The second reason why I believe this is such a hot topic today is that there is a huge spiritual void that the worship of the environment and earth serves to fill; especially by those who have abandoned traditional religion.
Today Joseph Brean of the Post discusses Davil Orrell's new book 'Apollo's Arrow', which exposes the "religious nature of modern environmentalism." David Suzuki and Al Gore are likened to saints or prophets. As PTBC notes, the article is well worth the read.
Contrast this with a Second Opinion piece in today's Record, which was written in response to the Record's anti-Kyoto stand from a few days ago. The writer cites Gore right on cue. The whole piece is written as a Churchhillesque call to environmental arms:
Let us remember what previous generations did when collectively they turned the impossible into the possible.
Another convert for Kyotology.
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Semi-related tidbit: From the Star - Is Susan Delacourt now becoming a Dion denier?
This is totally awesome!!! (H/T Neo Conservative in comments).
This is really funny!!!