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Friday, 27 November 2009

Climategate. A laymans guide

Easy to understand video on the furore.

H/T to suedeslounge & The daily politics

Friday funny

Why 'climategate' won't stop greens

Even the Canadians are questioning AGW.

An article in the Ottawa Sun has a go.

If you're wondering how the robot-like march of the world's politicians towards Copenhagen can possibly continue in the face of the scientific scandal dubbed "climategate," it's because Big Government, Big Business and Big Green don't give a s*** about "the science."

They never have.

I must say I agree with the above sentiment.

Now they and their media shills -- who sneered that all who questioned their phony "consensus" were despicable "deniers," the moral equivalent of those who deny the Holocaust -- are the ones in denial about the enormity of the scandal enveloping them.
We have our own homegrown media shill. The Beeb spring to mind?

So they desperately try to portray it as the routine "messy" business of science, lamely insisting, "nothing to see here folks, move along."

Pretty much everything that happens in this country is met with that sentence these days.

The moment they convinced politicians the way to avert the End of Days was to put a price on emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the unholy alliance of Big Government, Big Business and Big Green was forged.
Mmm. Pretty much what I've been thinking for a while.

What about saving the planet, you ask? This was never about saving the planet. This is about money and power. Your money. Their power.

Yep agree with that.

Anyway the whole article is here. I think we ought follow the advice at the end and let those in power in this country know how we feel

A load of hot air about AGW

Ed Begley gets into a shoutfest and can’t stop pointing his finger at Stuart Varney of Fox News: “You’re spewing your nonsense again …” says Begley. Stuart Varney only asked a simple question about the veracity of AGW. These fanatical greenies don't like being put on the spot

Rational debate. I think not.

I think he was a tad miffed.