Watermelons: The Green Movement's True Colours James Delingpole Publius Books (e-book) James Delingpole may one day be able to cock a snook at believers in anthropogenic global warming (AGW). As a journalist who is not a scientist, he has, as he writes, given up a varied career to focus on one all-consuming topic, and that is to challenge the 'great climate change peril'. His objective, he says, is not to prove whether or not climate change is a man-made disaster about to happen (because one cannot prove a negative). But he will go so far as to say that the people who insist AGW is a near certainty are 'liars, cheats and frauds' who are causing freedoms to be curtailed and money wasted in dealing with an overblown 'crisis' poorly supported by data or objective science. His crusade began in 2009 when he was sent confidential files apparently stolen from computers at the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit that purportedly suggest 'conspiracy, collusion in exaggerating warming data ... manipulation of data ...' Delingpole sees systematic abuse of the scientific method. Read and decide for yourself.