Friday, January 08, 2016

Why we shouldn't believe in man made "Climate Change"

The first part of the post below was originally published  on 11/20/2008. The UPDATE below it is new.

Because the UN is telling us it is so.

The UN, the promoter of the worldwide Aids epidemic will shortly be reporting that their numbers are wildly wrong, according to the Washington Post today.

One of the reasons the numbers are so far off is:

"There was a tendency toward alarmism, and that fit perhaps a certain fundraising agenda," said Helen Epstein, author of "The Invisible Cure: Africa, the West, and the Fight Against AIDS." "I hope these new numbers will help refocus the response in a more pragmatic way." (emphasis added).

The same money driven agenda will be shown to be at work in the Global Warming Industry. It won't be long now. As Radar used to say in M.A.S.H. "Wait for it".

UPDATE 1/8/2016

A little more than 8 years later the hoax is both more and less effective.

More because so many people are making a good living from it. It has spawned entire new industries. Electric cars (subsidized by the government), solar panels (subsidized by the government), wind farms (subsidized by the government). Notice a trend there?

The bureaucrats and "scientists" employed in the effort to perpetuate the hoax are having a ball. Every year they have a global conference with themselves and various politicians and celebrities flying their private, gas guzzling, CO2 emitting airplanes to various exotic spots to eat, drink and play lavishly, all the while exhorting the rest of us to reduce our carbon footprints. The cognitive dissonance is lost on them, but not on us. "Climate change" is now very low on the priority list of most Americans, so low in fact, that it doesn't appear at all on this list http://www.gallup.com/poll/1675/most-important-problem.aspx .



Labels: ,

1 Comments:

Anonymous Louis Vuitton iPhone 6S Case said...

Climate Change is the hottest topic as it affects everyone in the earth. I agree with the author that man made the chances to it and we should be more environment-friendly in our lives and work.

9:36 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home