See the trailer here.
[…] examines the history of environmentalism, rooted in Rachel Carson’s famed 1962 book, Silent Spring, which led to a ban on DDT. This ban was disastrous for people in the developing world because DDT was the cheapest and safest way of combating malaria. An estimated 30 million people died when the DDT ban left them vulnerable to malaria. Not Evil Just Wrong exposes the full impact of robust and crushing environmental restrictions on the people of Uganda, before returning back to the United States to see how those same policies could impact American families in small towns like Vevay, Indiana.
Not Evil Just Wrong also shreds outrageous claims made in Al Gore’s award-winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, and rips apart academics and actors alike as they promote bad science to raise money for “green” initiatives.
I prefer “Wrong is Evil” but for 19.95 you can decide for yourself.
At least, the murder of 30 million Africans by Elite Environmentalists, or the elimination of the Evil ozone hole (which is still with us but no longer Evil), at unknown cost in lives of asthmatics (freon for inhalers now costs 4 times as much), seems Evil with a capital E to me.