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Number of Climate Change Skeptics Grows

man in the street | 21.05.2007 13:59

Links to oil companies revealed as the myth of Climate Change links to people falls apart

Bummer for the United Nations, Al Gore, and Rupert Murdoch. It appears a growing list of meteorologists, climate researchers, astrophysicists, geophysicists, botanists, and other scientists are reversing course on so-called climate change. Many former believers in catastrophic man-made global warming have recently reversed themselves and are now climate skeptics,

However, over at the United Nations, the growing tide of skepticism is considered little more than heresy. “A former chief of the U.N. World Health Organization who also is a former prime minister of Norway and a medical doctor has declared an end to the climate-change debate,” reports United Press International. “Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, one of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s three new special envoys on climate change, also headed up the 1987 U.N. World Commission on Environment and Development where the concept of sustainable development was first floated.”

“This discussion is behind us. It’s over,” Brundtland declared. “The diagnosis is clear, the science is unequivocal—it’s completely immoral, even, to question now, on the basis of what we know, the reports that are out, to question the issue and to question whether we need to move forward at a much stronger pace as humankind to address the issues.”

In other words, dissent—or even common sense—will not be tolerated by the emerging class of “sustainable development” autocrats, determined to usher in once and for all a one world government.

It’s not enough that Brundtland and her colleagues have managed to scare the dickens out of grade schoolers, as many of them believe “global warming is the atomic bomb of today…. Fears of an environmental crisis are defining their generation in ways that the Depression, World War II, Vietnam and the Cold War’s lingering ‘War Games’ etched souls in the 20th century,” notes the Washington Post. Thanks to Al Gore’s propaganda film, many 8-year olds are paralyzed by “obsessions with dying polar bears,” while “psychologists say they’re seeing an increasing number of young patients preoccupied by a climactic Armageddon.” In order to keep this fear-mongering on a roll, Brundtland and the “sustainable development” crowd are declaring the climate change argument is nothing less than a fait accompli.

“Global warming is a false myth and every serious person and scientist says so,” Czech Republic president Vaclav Klaus recently said during an interview. “It is not fair to refer to the U.N. panel. IPCC is not a scientific institution: it’s a political body, a sort of non-government organization of green flavor. It’s neither a forum of neutral scientists nor a balanced group of scientists. These people are politicized scientists who arrive there with a one-sided opinion and a one-sided assignment.”

Tim Booth, posting on the Meetup messageboard in response to criticism of my Climate Change: An Inconvenient Globalist Scam, is spot on when he writes: “The point is that the globalists are using something we do not know to be true as a reason to increase tyranny.”

Indeed, climate change and “sustainable development” are frauds designed to herd us into “sustainable” high-tech panopticon ghettos while the vast majority of the world is “re-wilded,” that is to say held off limits to all but a very small number of elite who, like Ted Turner and Prince Philip, want us culled down to a manageable number, say 500 million or so worldwide.

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