The Outer Banks of North Carolina has a problem that the New York Times tries to bury in order to hype their “rising sea” narrative as part of their broader climate change shtick. And what is the problem that the Times wants to avoid focusing upon because they have another agenda? Beach erosion.
Yup! That’s it. It is a common problem on many beaches, including in South Florida which the New York Times is also avoiding in order to promote the narrative that the seas are rapidly rising. Perhaps the seas are rising (or falling) but that sea level change is something that happens very slowly over many centuries, not a matter of several feet in just a few years.
The “rising sea” hype by Christopher Flavelle in the March 14 New York Times begins right with the title of the story, “Tiny Town, Big Decision: What Are We Willing to Pay to Fight the Rising Sea?” Of course, a more accurate title would be “Tiny Town, Big Decision: What Are We Willing to Pay to Fight Beach Erosion?” but that would not serve the rising sea/climate change agenda that the Times is constantly shoving upon the public.
So well has the Times buried what the real, not fake news, problem is that you have to drop 23 paragraphs down from the beginning of the story to find it:
And after that brief buried appearance, the inconvenient E-word no longer appears in the New York Times sales pitch since it runs counter to them selling the rising seas narrative. And in case you haven’t been sold on “rising sea” in the title, the Times also hits its readers with a big information box headlined “Let Us Help You Understand Climate Change” right dab in the middle of the narrative passing itself off as an article.
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