$45 trillion and your freedom, for what?

“As the estimated cost of measures proposed by politicians to “combat global warming” soars ever higher – such as the International Energy Council’s $45 trillion – “fighting climate change” has become the single most expensive item on the world’s political agenda.

As Senators Obama and McCain vie with the leaders of the European Union to promise 50, 60, even 80 per cent cuts in “carbon emissions”, it is clear that to realise even half their imaginary targets would necessitate a dramatic change in how we all live, and a drastic reduction in living standards. …

The significance of the past year is not just that the vaunted “consensus” on the forces driving our climate has been blown apart as never before, but that a new “counter-consensus” has been emerging among thousands of scientists across the world, given expression in last March’s Manhattan Declaration by the so-called Non-Governmental Panel on Climate Change.

This wholly repudiates the IPCC process, showing how its computer models are hopelessly biased, based on unreliable data and programmed to ignore many of the genuine drivers of climate change, from variations in solar activity to those cyclical shifts in ocean currents.

As it was put by Roger Cohen, a senior US physicist formerly involved with the IPCC process, who long accepted its orthodoxy: “I was appalled at how flimsy the case is. I was also appalled at the behaviour of many of those who helped produce the IPCC reports and by many of those who promote it.

“In particular I am referring to the arrogance, the activities aimed at shutting down debate; the outright fabrications; the mindless defense of bogus science; and the politicisation of the IPCC process and the science process itself.”

Yet it is at just this moment, when the IPCC’s house of cards is crumbling, that the politicians of the Western world are using it to propose steps that can only damage our way of life beyond recognition. It really is time for that “counter-consensus” to be taken seriously.” “The catastrophe behind climate change


No Responses to “$45 trillion and your freedom, for what?”

  1. major Says:

    Despite now overhwelming evidence contradicting human caused global warming crisis…..th epoliticans persist in ignoring the science and pursuing radical economic and social changes…WHY???WE NEED TO FIND OUT??? NOW…If its something that requiring lying on a global scale, it must be something that is bad for us as individuals…I believe it has more to do with global economic re-balancing and global redistribution of wealth than any weather. That is taking the wealth that we as Americans and Europeans have created through our sweat equity and handing it over to those massive populations in the third world…that is we will get much poorer…and the other 4 billion third worlders will get richer.The stupidity and arrogance of these politicians is not in using Pseudo-science as a justification but in believign they can directly social engineer complex societies.It will backfire without question and they need to be stopped.

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