Eco-Facist ‘No Pressure’ Ad Campaign went completely viral today, leaving the climate change agenda utterly exposed. 10:10 Global’s human extermination-advocating video graphically portrays terrorism, child murder and genocide all in the name of environmentalism. Unable to control the alarming spread of their criminal eco-terroristic propaganda, is in full damage-control mode, claiming it’s all a ‘big misunderstanding’ and was meant to be ‘humorous.’ Legitimate news sites all over the world are calling out their ‘act now – apologize later’ tactic. To borrow a phrase from a friend, “Fire… Aim… Ready.”

That said, we thought the whole world might be interested in the ‘sponsors, funders, partners and individuals’ (as 10:10 calls ‘em on their website) that keep eco-Nazis up-and-running…in case the sponsors suddenly disappear like the video.

If you didn’t catch’s genocide-laced global warming video, we posted it again (click HERE or scroll to the bottom of this article).

UPDATE #1: (10.03.2010 @ 11:20pm) We were just informed that Kyocera Mita had their name and link removed from’s site. Thank you Fergal for staying on top of it! Fergal also has a GREAT idea…let’s call Kyocera and thank them. When an official announcement is made by Kyocera, then and only then, will they be removed from our list.

UPDATE #2: Britain Home Secretary double standards: HERE


Eaga is the UK’s largest supplier of heating and renewable energy and is at the forefront of the low-carbon economy

Eaga website


Kyocera Mita is a leading provider of environmentally friendly printing and copying solutions. Read all about their involvement here

Kyocera website


O2 is the UK’s leading provider of mobile phones, broadband and SIMs. O2 is partnering with 10:10 as part of its Think Biginitiative and will be selling 10:10 Tags in its shops across the UK

O2 website


Sony is one of the world’s leading digital entertainment brands, with household names such as VAIO™, Cyber-Shot™, BRAVIA™ and Walkman®. Sony is sponsoring 10:10 to support its staff’s efforts to go even further on carbon reduction

Sony website

More sponsors below, or click: HERE

The Ashden Trust

Ashden Trust website


Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation website

Wates Foundation

Wates Foundation website
The GD Charitable Trust
Jam Today


The Funding Network website

The Guardian

Guardian website

National Magazine Company

Natmags website


Leading over 1,000 schools on the way to 10%

ActionAid website

Campaign for greener healthcare

Indefatigable decarbonisers of care, and coordinators of the 10:10 Health programme

CGH website

Carbon Trust

The last word in organisational carbon reduction

Carbon Trust website

Degrees Cooler

Supporting 10:10 universities and colleges

Degrees Cooler website

Energy Saving Trust

Purveyors of peerless carbon-cutting advice for individuals and families

EST website

The Great British Refurb

Helping you live in a low-energy home that’s more comfortable, cheaper to run, and massively reduces your carbon emissions

Great British Refurb website

The broadband channel for environmental films

Green TV website

Olswang LLP

Keeping us out of jail, free

Olswang website

People and Planet

Keeping 10:10 students ticking over

People and Planet website

Public Interest Research Centre

Climate policy superheroes whose work inspired our 10% target and the Lighter Later campaign

PIRC website

Pure360 Email Marketing Solutions

The email marketing geniuses powering our supporter mailouts

Pure360 website



The Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA) brings together a diverse range of local, national and international organizations and social movements in a bold and effective initiative to mobilize civil society and galvanize public opinion to avert catastrophic climate change and support the adaptation efforts of communities most affected by climate change, through national and international policies, corporate commitments and individual actions. The GCCA and 10:10 Global are working closely together around the Global Day of Doing, 10:10:10.

10:10 has joined forces with – who last year pulled off 5,200 climate protests in 181 countries – to coordinate the biggest-ever day of local climate action, on 10th October 2010, also know as 10:10:10. Find out more about 10:10:10.

Climate Neutral Network

The Climate Neutral Network (CN Net) is a high profile platform for companies, civil society organizations, cities, and even states, to present to the world their strategies for reducing their carbon footprint. Through an interactive website, and regular networking events, CN Net is a dynamic forum for exchanging knowledge and sharing practical experiences. Participation is free.


GreenMyParents is a revolutionary program to help young people teach their peers and parents how to work together to seed the green economy, earn over $100 at home for their family, and save the Planet through simple, everyday actions. From Earth Day 2010 to Earth Day 2011, GreenMyParents Champions will recruit 1 million youth to save over $100 million through energy efficiency and conservation as part of the “$100MM Kids Campaign.

GreenMyParents and 10:10 Global have united forces to spread the word about how to cut down on carbon emissions to the youth of America.


Good Planet is a foundation created in 2005 to raise public awareness of environmental protection and to bring concrete solutions to the Earth’s ecological crisis. The foundation is chaired by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. GoodPlanet is rolling out 10:10 in France.


Solarcentury is the UK’s largest, independent solar company and a trusted supplier to government, industry, schools and thousands of homeowners.

Do Something

Do Something aims to create positive social and environmental change. Jon Dee and Do Something! are rolling out 10:10 as ” The 10% challenge” in Australia.


WiserEarth helps the global movement of people and organizations working toward social justice, indigenous rights, and environmental stewardship connect, collaborate, share knowledge, and build alliances. Since its 2007 launch by visionary environmentalist and author, Paul Hawken, WiserEarth has expanded to represent 112,000 organization in some 250 countries and is currently available in English, Portuguese, French and Spanish


2degrees, is the world’s leading community of practice for sustainable business which provides peer-to-peer problem solving, innovation and knowledge sharing services to its members. The 7,000 plus sustainability practitioners who make up the membership (growing at about 400 a month by invitation or application only) are organised into working groups to provide focus on issues that are important to them.

Four Years. Go

Four Years. Go. is not just another organization. It is a growing coalition of organizations and individuals with deep commitments to producing a transformational shift for humanity—one that sets us firmly on a path to a sustainable, just and fulfilling future—within the next four years. Make your declaration now at

Waterfall Survivors

Waterfall Survivors was founded in July 2008 to explore, preserve and clean-up polluted waterfalls in Malaysia. In 2009, Waterfall Survivors joined with to mobilized 350 participants for their “Save Our Waterfalls” campaign.


WARNING: (Copied/Pasted from one of the early postings of the 10:10 ‘No Pressure’ video we found on YouTube. The video and comments have since been removed and then re-uploaded multiple times by numerous YouTube members.) “In the video, humans who do not support carbon-reduction strategy are blown-up in graphic detail. But it’s ‘humor’ according to and their sponsors. Don’t panic, ONLY unknown white folks and kids are murdered in the clip. Had it included bloodletting of animals, environmentalists, atheists, agnostics, Muslims, minorities, illegal aliens, homosexuals, left-wingers, politicians, government employees, etc., 10:10 Global and their sponsors would have already received a visit, or two.”

WARNING: (Sad Hill News version) Do NOT watch this video if you wish to avoid portrayals of extreme violence, genocide, child murders, demonic practice and terrorism — all in the name of environmentalism.

Please email Sad Hill immediately should this link go dead. Thank you!

10:10 ‘No Pressure’ Ad Campaign

UPDATE: James Delingpole from the sums it all up…

Eco-fascism jumps the shark: massive, epic fail!

I predicted this morning that No Pressure – Richard Curtis’s spectacularly ill-judged eco-propaganda movie for the 10:10 campaign – would prove a disastrous own goal for the green movement.

But what I could never have imagined was how quickly public disgust – even among greenies – would reach such a pitch that the campaigners would be compelled to withdraw it from the internet.

That, at any rate, is what they keep trying to do – cancelling it whenever it appears on You Tube, pulling it from their campaign website and so on.

Unfortunately their efforts are being frustrated by people on the sceptical side of the climate debate, who keep peskily insisting on reposting the video where everyone can view it. And rightly so. With No Pressure, the environmental movement has revealed the snarling, wicked, homicidal misanthropy beneath its cloak of gentle, bunny-hugging righteousness.

I don’t think any of us will ever be able to look at another Richard Curtis movie in quite the same way ever again. It may even be that we will now never, ever be able to enjoy another episode of the Vicar of Dibley, because all we’ll be able to think about is Dawn French with a Panzerfaust beneath her cassock ready to blast off the heads of any members of her congregation who don’t believe in Man Made Global Warming. What a sad day this is for us all.

PS If you want to register your disgust, a commenter from the previous blog Reconstruct has some helpful suggestions:

Now you’ve seen the video, prepare not to be surprised that your taxes helped pay for it. The 10:10 Campaign is supported by:

ActionAid (Govt of UK 2nd largest funder in 2009), The Carbon Trust (surely #1 on the list of quangos-to-go), The Energy Saving Trust. Be not surprised that The Guardian is their ‘media partner’. On the other hand, if you’re outraged by the video, you might be interested to know that they also have a small number of genuine commercial sponsors: O2, Sony and Kyocera all have helped fund the 10:10 Campaign.

I suggest that the first thing to do is to make your outrage known to O2, Sony and Kyocera, suggesting that their commercial interests might not be furthered by funding murderous nazi will-fulfillment propaganda.

Full story: HERE

Britain Home Secretary double standards: HERE

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  3. No surprise that the Guardian is a sponsor for 10:10. However, Sony had me perking up a little. So, I went to Sony’s website and discovered that they, too, have bought into the anthropogenic global warming lie:

    Apparently, they don’t realize that the “Road to Zero” ultimately leads to a human population total of zero…


  4. cda says:

    Guess there are a couple of more businesses that wont be seeing any money out of my pocket.

  5. FergalR says:

    Kyocera Mita seem to have disappeared from the 10:10 partners page. Might recommend people to thank them?

  6. Sad Hill says:

    Thanks for the news, Fergal. I’ll update the page, now.

  7. 7.62mm full metal jacket says:

    Will these Nazis be unleashed on the World? Buy more ammo now, these people are dead serious. Completely unconscious parrots willing to carry their Chicken Little mentality unto the battlefield. Onward Carbon Loonies — kill Consciousness, butcher freedom forever. It’s not jews this time, it’s Humanity. I think a pre-emptive strike on these zombies should be considered. People this easily mind-controlled shouldn’t be allowed to reproduce. Imagine if you can a beautiful world without these fruitcakes.

  8. Jeni says:

    The sick pit in my stomach brought on by their commercial wont go away. I can’t comprehend how they could sit around their conference table and come up with this coercive message that includes murdering people…CHILDREN who dont comply. Blown away by their cold-blooded portrayal.

  9. Karen Stephenson says:

    I am a writer and when this was brought to my attention this morning I cried. Using children like this is despictable. This video demonstrates an act of eco-terrorism and it is child cyber bullying. Not only did I blog about this, I notified the RCMP and they are investigating this.

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  14. Elsie says:

    While I can completely see and understand where everyone’s outrage comes from…truly…how many of us have tried and failed? I mean, sure it seems a silly comparison, but thank God not all our mistakes of what we thought would be funny and bring greater awareness and change are huge ad campaigns! Can we tone down just for a sec and say “Ok, NOT your best here -- pretty bad actually…next please.” They removed it. They admitted it didn’t come across as hoped. My GOD they’re human too! It’s shocking! Seriously -- it was a bad mis-fire of an ad. Let’s not waste more time and energy or sit on our own human haunches and condemn for someone else making a mistake.

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