Lying is OK if it’s effective.
“[W]e have to offer up scary scenarios [about global warming and destruction of the environment], make simplified, dramatic statements, and make little mention of any doubts one might have . . . . Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest.”
Source: Trashing the Panet, by Dixy Lee Ray with Lou Guzzo, 1990, page 167.
Also: The News Manipulators, by Reed Irvine, Joseph Goulden, and Cliff Kincaid, pages 296-297.
Also: "Hot and Cold Running Alarmism," by Gary Benoit, The New American, December 8, 1997, page 20.
Also: Global Governance, by Henry Lamb, page 118.
Also: Global Governance, by Henry Lamb, page 88.
Also: Brave New Schools, by Berit Kjos, 1979, 1980, 1982, page 120.
Also: "Scary Scenarios, Oversimplification Highlight Environmental Curricula," by Berit Kjos, Media Bypass Magazine, June 1996, page 10.
Also: The Limbaugh Letter, December 1997 page 14.
Also: The AIM Report, September-A 1996, page 1.
Hardcopy: Copies of the source documents.
Where: During an interview for Discover magagzine. Schneider wrote the book Global Warming in 1989, 13 years after he endorsed Lowell Ponte's book The Cooling.
When: October 1989.