WATCH “GasHoax”: NEW short film by Phelim McAleer debunks anti-fracking lies

(h/t amirlach) GasHoax is a new short film by Phelim McAleer (FrackNation, Gosnell) that takes on one of the leaders of the anti-fracking movement. WATCH it here:

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It’s a response to another documentary — Josh Fox’s second anti-fracking movie Gasworks — that’s being released today as well.

McAleer’s new short film highlights how many of Fox’s claims about fracking have already been proven false — and it criticizes journalists for continuing to report them despite the inaccuracies in Fox’s previous documentary, Gasland.

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    Me

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    Nice find Andy! Saw it at The Rebel already. 😉

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    amirlach

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    I’m pretty sure Josh knew exactly who he was talking to. He was just trying make McAleer appear as some kind of political blogger or hack.

    Preemptive ad hominem? Josh just came across as a dismissive jack ass.

    “Yes, but that’s not relevant”.

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      Me

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      Exactly, just look at the smug look on his face.

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    Amber

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    Nice little hair doo though . Inaccuracy and gross exaggeration …well they are relevant and by the look on his smug face he doesn’t appreciate someone calling him on the flaming magic show .

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    Amber

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    Looking at the arrogant puffed up scary global warming peacocks makes me appreciate they actually have so little power . Can’t imagine how many lives would be lost and economies destroyed if the Green Shirts actually were calling the shots .

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      Judy Cross

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      The people behind the Green Shirts are the same guys who backed the Brown Shirts.
      Just think of the Rockefeller connection to both the UN and Maurice Strong who started the ball rolling at the Stockholm Conference in 1972.

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        Me

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        Yeah, they just seem to change their colors, like the red shirts(commies) and from brown to orange(New Democratic Party). They all have much the same Ideal but with a new twist.

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          Me

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          But that is just eye candy to catch peoples attention, same as symbolism, with trademarks, and religion, it’s all BS.

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