some dangerous lunatics who call themselves the 10:10 Climate Change Campaign have put out a film, featuring children being murdered, in the name of climate change awareness. This initiative was supported by the Guardian (who else?) but has now been taken off their site. You can watch it here if you want, but don't eat first. The film is called No Pressure and was directed by Richard Curtis, you know, Love Actually, blah blah blah, he is a Jolly Good Chap. Several well-known people have been misguided enough to appear in the film - the footballer Peter Crouch among others. Why, Peter? Apart from the moral question that is raised by the use of child murder as a metaphor (in the film children who are not convinced by the prevailing orthodoxy on climate change are murdered and their body parts splattered over their classmates, nice), the premise of the film is nothing short of evil. It posits, quite simply, that those who disagree with you, or even those who are not convinced that what you say is true, should be killed. Including if they are children. That's it. I cannot understand how anyone who has taken even a cursory look at the history of the last hundred years could think this was a good idea. Cannot understand. I can understand very well just why the Guardian thought it was a good idea, because I know what they are, but... the film was withdrawn and a 10:10 spokesperson said this was because people had been offended by it. No. Just no. I watched it and was offended by it, but that is NOT a reason to withdraw it. And in any case these days there is no withdrawing anything. The film can easily be found on YouTube.