Warning: this new 10:10 promo is not for the faint of heart — but it does include Gillian Anderson, assorted Spurs footballers past and present (David Ginola is a stand out), and music by Radiohead. Script’s by Richard Curtis (Blackadder, Four Weddings, co-founder of Comic Relief and Make Poverty History) and Age of Stupid film director Franny Armstrong also had a hand (or perhaps a bucket) in it. More at the Guardian, and don’t forget 10:10NZ.
[Update: Anthony Watts calls the promo "unbelievably vile", so it's obviously effective... ]
[Update 2, 2/10/10: The 10:10 campaign have pulled the video and apologised for any offence it may have caused. Apart from the massive sense of humour failure evident in the comments arriving here from ÂµWatts, it appears that Franny and the team hadn't realised just how mainstream the "eco-fascist" meme has become for the political right -- especially (but not exclusively) in the USA. On the other hand, where were the howls of protest from Watts and Morano when one of their favourite ranters, James Delingpole in the Telegraph called for a Nuremburg trial for "warmists"? Watts was happy to make sure his readers knew all about that nasty little item... A fine example of the asymmetry of the PR war being fought by the campaign against action on climate change.]
[Update 3, 5/10/10: A Modest Carbon Proposal by Jonathan Swifthack]
[Update 4, 6/10/10: Joe Romm at Climate Progress: More thoughts on the offensive â€˜No Pressureâ€™ video â€” and the denialsphereâ€™s hypocritical reaction]