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'''Michael Fumento''' is the author of ''Science Under Siege'', which provides "evidence that many terrors of the day have been wildly exaggerated – even fabricated – by [[environmental movement|environmental activists]], [[politician]]s, the [[bureaucracy]], and the [[liberal media]]." <ref>http://www.fumento.com/science.html</ref>
 
'''Michael Fumento''' is the author of ''Science Under Siege'', which provides "evidence that many terrors of the day have been wildly exaggerated – even fabricated – by [[environmental movement|environmental activists]], [[politician]]s, the [[bureaucracy]], and the [[liberal media]]." <ref>http://www.fumento.com/science.html</ref>
 
 
He attributes the anti-[[chlorine]] campaign of [[environmentalist]] groups like [[Greenpeace]] to [[Rachel Carson]]'s "lyrical tract" ''[[Silent Spring]]''.
 
He attributes the anti-[[chlorine]] campaign of [[environmentalist]] groups like [[Greenpeace]] to [[Rachel Carson]]'s "lyrical tract" ''[[Silent Spring]]''.
 
<ref>[http://www.fumento.com/rachel.pdf Rachel's Folly: the end of chlorine]</ref>
 
<ref>[http://www.fumento.com/rachel.pdf Rachel's Folly: the end of chlorine]</ref>
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He also helped expose the [[black church burnings]] hoax of the Clinton Era.<ref> [https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2011/06/fanning_imaginary_flames_a_look_back_at_the_great_church_fire_propaganda_campaign.html Fanning Imaginary Flames: A Look Back At The Great Church Fire Propaganda Campaign]</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 10:55, 26 September 2018

Michael Fumento is the author of Science Under Siege, which provides "evidence that many terrors of the day have been wildly exaggerated – even fabricated – by environmental activists, politicians, the bureaucracy, and the liberal media." [1] He attributes the anti-chlorine campaign of environmentalist groups like Greenpeace to Rachel Carson's "lyrical tract" Silent Spring. [2] He also helped expose the black church burnings hoax of the Clinton Era.[3]

References

  1. http://www.fumento.com/science.html
  2. Rachel's Folly: the end of chlorine
  3. Fanning Imaginary Flames: A Look Back At The Great Church Fire Propaganda Campaign