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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Scandal of the Decade

In The 'Hockeystick' - Global Warming Scandal of the Decade author Michael R. Fox Ph.D. says:

This global warming lobby is large, it is organized, it is international, heavily funded, and it is mean. Whatever else the agenda may be, it is not science.
Fox examines the willingness to suppress skeptics and the socialist nature of the movement:
The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a UN organization formed within the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP). This should sound alarms for those familiar with the politics of some of the power brokers within the UN itself. Many are decidedly anti-capitalist and anti-American. For example, consider the statement of Maurice Strong made at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro:

"Isn't the ONLY hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?"
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via the Hawaii Reporter.

1 comment:

Brian Lemon said...

Almost 20 years ago, in Toronto, a process was started to win an Olympic Games. The organization was called Bread Not Circuses. Its leaders were two lads - Jack Layton (whose dad had been in Bryan's Tory cabinet - I guess Jack grew up pissed off at his Dad) and Michael Shapcott.
My friend Paul Henderson was running the bid and had several chats with both of the lads. Finally, during one long argument with Shapcott, Shap admitted, "Paul, we are a powerful policial organization and we are gonna run this city".
The left are at it, they're winning, and were letting them.