A study conducted by a professor of social sciences at the University of Illinois has revealed how the U., the U of A. and the UConn, are being manipulated by a “scientific” social engineering agenda.
“It is not a scientific agenda, it is a social engineering,” Prof. James McWilliams, a professor at the U, said.
“You have the social engineers and you have the politicians and the academics, and it is all connected.”
The study, conducted by Prof. McWilliams and his colleagues, found that “a vast array of methods have been employed to manipulate public opinion” through “misrepresentations of scientific data, misleading information about the effects of climate change and disinformation campaigns against scientific findings.”
“These efforts have been directed at altering the public’s understanding of climate science, making it more sympathetic to their agenda, and ultimately eroding support for the climate policy goals that are the subject of the publics interest,” Prof McWilliams said.
“The intent is to weaken the public support for climate policy, and in doing so, to encourage more of the same behaviors that will continue to undermine climate policies.”
The U. of A., which is currently under fire from the UofA student government over its decision to withdraw funding for a pro-climate change program, is currently “working on ways to continue to be responsive to our constituents,” Professors McWilliams explained.
The UConn students who organized a campus climate change rally in January this year had planned to protest the U’s decision to pull the funds.
They were arrested and charged with criminal trespass, trespassing and disorderly conduct, according to The Providence Journal.
Protesters were also held in connection with the University’s decision not to accept the College of Physicians and Surgeons’ recommendations to keep students from wearing masks during a meeting.
It is now unknown how the student government will proceed with the students actions.
The students have been banned from campus, and a university spokesperson said it is “working to determine the appropriate course of action.”
In addition to the U Conn students, many colleges in the U are being targeted by the University for their climate change initiatives.
On the other side of the country, in Texas, the Department of Energy announced a study that found that there are “substantial uncertainties” about the long-term effects of CO2 emissions from fossil fuels on the climate.
The study was also released during the same time that the UCCS Climate Leadership Council was formed.
President Donald Trump has said that his administration will be pursuing policies to reduce carbon emissions.
At the University, climate change was brought up during a lecture on the campus.
A few students sat on the back of the stage as they watched the lecture.
During the lecture, the professor said that climate change is an issue that is being “overly politicized” and that the media and politicians are pushing an agenda that does not represent the majority opinion.
There is no indication that the students were told of the study’s findings.