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Oooooo!!! Interesting thought, this!


This really is an interesting thing from one of Margaret Thatcher’s Science advisors.

A former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher says the real purpose of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen on Dec. 7-18 is to use global warming hype as a pretext to lay the foundation for a one-world government.

“At [the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conferencein] Copenhagen this December, weeks away, a treaty will be signed,” Monkton told a Minnesota Free Market Institute audience on Thursday at Bethel University in St. Paul.

“Your president will sign it. Most of the Third World countries will sign it, because they think they’re going to get money out of it. Most of the left-wing regimes from the European Union will rubber stamp it. Virtually nobody won’t sign it,” he told the audience of some 700 attendees.

That’s the intro. Read the article.

  1. caveman82952 permalink
    10/18/2009 18:19

    I quietly wait……..just counting cartridges…although guns and ammo might suddenly disappear if martial law was declared for whatever reason…..

  2. 10/18/2009 22:17

    I’d bet the amount of B&Es will be unlike any previous time in history. 😉

  3. 10/19/2009 17:47

    Look, if you’re going to be taken in by this hoaxster, at least have the decency to remove Rockwell’s painting from your blog. A man standing up for his rights and talking the truth shouldn’t accompany anything by Monckton.

  4. 10/19/2009 18:43

    😆 Good one Ed. You must remember from junior high (if it was that late) that plants use CO2 to make the oxygen we breathe, yes? NASA has determined we are in a cooling cycle, not glowbull worming. Al Gore is using this as a financial scam. How is giving him money for “carbon credits” going to do a damn thing to alter the cyclic nature of the atmosphere?
    Now, as for Monckton, he may have awakened. He may actually HAVE inside information. Nothing we have really seen from Osamabama goes to truly indicate anything other than a narcissistic commun/fascist puppet, attempting to (or being used as a tool to) destroy everything that has made this nation what it was up to the point where collectivists gained power in our government. What I read in Monckton’s brief has entirely too much potential to be true. If I’m wrong, so be it. If I’m right, what then?

  5. 10/19/2009 21:54

    Sure, plants use CO2. I also learned in botany, both undergraduate and graduate level, that increasing CO2 levels favor weeds. I also learned in air pollution 540 that greenhouse gases act like the glass in a greenhouse, and raise temperatures, and CO2, in the wrong place at the wrong time, is a pollutant. I also learned in human physiology that CO2 is a poison in high enough concentrations.

    What’s your point, other than you have a junior-high understanding of CO2 and claim to know more than the experts?

    Look up hubris. It wasn’t a junior high vocabulary word, but it’s a good one to have command of; better to have command of one’s own hubris.

    Got a cite for a NASA paper on cooling? That would be good news, wouldn’t it? Alas, I suspect you’ve fallen victim to Skeptics of Warming Urban Legend (SWUL). But perhaps you’ve actually got a cite. It would be good news, if it checks out. Meanwhile, the Russians are planning to take over the sea lanes at the North Pole, since warming has opened the Arctic Ocean to navigation for the first time in human history; and the air temperatures and ocean temperatures are still warming. I sure hope the atmosphere and oceans can find that paper you think you have, and read it.

    I thought you were a conservative, and you understood taxes. Gore’s trading in clean air commodities — which has been going on nicely at the Chicago exchange for nearly a decade now — puts a financial burden on polluters. It’s a pollution tax. As you know from your high school economics, what is taxed is reduced in a rational system. Can Gore make money on it? Only if it works to reduce pollution. So, you say, Gore is making money on it? Q.E.D., res ipsa loquitur, and any other Latin phrase that fits.

    Of course, some people think all stock and all commodities sales are scams. Buy a good mattress, if you’re one.

    Monckton is accusing Jackie Kennedy Onassis of causing malaria in Africa (see the Winnipeg speech). The only inside information he has is the size tag on his tinfoil hat. If you can’t see Monckton’s obvious errors, would you like to buy an even more effective tinfoil hat? I have the concession for the next Monckton appearance in Dallas.

    Rachel Carson, Jackie O — why is it this guy only picks on dead women?

  6. 10/20/2009 07:00

    Let’s try this one for a start. That was global mean temperatures 1880-now. How about sea temps? It’s cyclical. AH! But those were John Hansen’s figures. Wasn’t he recently discredited? Try this site. Or this one. How about this one?

    I am a conservative, and I recognize that when taxes are lowered, profits are up. Profits are up, jobs are created to cause more profits. Taxes go up, production goes down. I recognize that if innovations are rewarded, they are produced. I believe that government should be small, not the ruler but the servant of the people.

    But you win, Ed. You have your beliefs. Go here, and argue with this fellow now. He’s got lots of graphs and things. I just got home from a long night and a serious traumatic situation at my security job. Shit went sour, and somebody damn near got killed.

    All I know is that it’s been colder than normal. This “global warming” sucks. Go argue with this guy. Or them. Or this one. Or this one. All that industry and those SUVs 130-140,000 years ago kicked our ass, didn’t they? Or was it that that was just the previous cycle of humanity on this mudball? We collapsed and Noah and all that hoopla and we’re all gonna die! 😯 🙄

    Aw, screw it. One more. Make that 2. And watch this.

  7. 10/20/2009 08:03

    And then go to Soylent Green. His comments are interesting as well.

  8. cbullitt permalink
    10/20/2009 09:53

    Ed has consumed the AGW Kool-Aid. No amount of reason from Anthony Watts, Steve McIntyre, Steve Milloy, Ian Plimmer, etc. will shake his faith in Captain Corpulence Algore and his acolytes.
    Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” was the impetus for the DDT ban, which has cost millions of lives in Africa. But that’s okay with most envioronmentalist because they see people as the problem. If we just kill enough people, preferably brown people living in third-world squalor that Theresa Heinz never has to see, the world will be a paradise.

  9. 10/20/2009 11:27

    Ed has consumed the AGW Kool-Aid. No amount of reason from Anthony Watts, Steve McIntyre, Steve Milloy, Ian Plimmer, etc. will shake his faith in Captain Corpulence Algore and his acolytes.

    Watts, McIntyre, Milloy and Plimmer? The Four Horsement of the Cephaloclypse?

    Or as Bob Dole might describe them, Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Smell No Evil, and Evil.

  10. 10/20/2009 12:19

    For there to be anything, its opposite must exist that it may be compared. Do you play “The Devils Advocate”, or are you the Devil himself? Do we really know whether the Earth is round?

  11. 10/22/2009 20:14

    Do we really know whether the Earth is round?

    You may not “believe” it, but long before Columbus vigilant scientists knew the Earth was round — one giveaway was the round disk of the shadow of the Earth on the Moon during an eclipse. Another giveaway was the way ships appeared on the horizon, to other ships. First the tips of the sails, then the sails, then the body of the boat. Round Earth Theory explained it, nothing else did.

    No, I’m not the Devil. I defend the Earth God created — note that in Romans 1:20 we are warned that the evidence is sufficient, and those who reject it are doomed.

    But you don’t even know whether the Earth is round, and so pretend to cite science from others who know that and much more?

  12. 10/23/2009 06:51

    Sorry I forgot the /sarc tag, Ed. But, at that time or slightly before, people did think the earth was flat. The Vikings knew long before, and knew there were other continents in fact. To boot, they had a very good map which rather looked like taking an actual globe, slitting it, and laying it out flat! Before we figured out that the Earth was not the center and everything rotated around it, the Church insisted it was, and anybody that disagreed was blaspheming, and burned them at the stake.

    What else?

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