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>>American Thinker: The shocking lesson from the climate scandal

Posted on: December 12, 2009

American Thinker: The shocking lesson from the climate scandal

President Obama is not the least bit concerned that the whole global warming thing is a scam.  The emails from global warming scientist revealing how they lied and “cooked the books” so to speak to arrive at the conclusions they wanted to reach seems not to make any difference.  In fact, it  DOESN”T make any difference according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) chief that Obama appointed.  The EPA plans to continue to use the data based on fraudulent facts to declare CO2 a pollutant and therefore take over control of  most of our economy based on these lies. And our President intends to continue in his drive to turn over the sovereignty of the United States to the United Nations One World Government cabal based on these lies.

Oh, and just in case you missed it in the hush from the main stream media about all this: the EPA has taken over the control of every drop of water in the United States!  Yes, every drop from the drip from your tap to the mighty Mississippi.

You see, the government has long had control of the “navigable” waters of the United States.  This seemed reasonable since the navigable waters were and are used for interstate commerce and requires dredging and other maintenance issues that are best handled by cooperating states or a central government.  However the wording of the law has quietly been changed to drop the designation “navigable” and that changes everything.

And while all of this is going on our Congressmen are totally ignoring the issue in their squabble over  Universal Health Care  which should in light of the near depression be a non-issue, and  while  lifting the debt ceiling by $1.1 trillion  so they can pass the stupendous nearly $500 billion spending bill in the House by only a margin of 20 votes (still not voted on by the Senate but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has enjoined cloture which with 60 votes will shut off debate and force voting where  he can if he deems it necessary enlist the “nuclear option” and pass the spending bill on only 51 votes..

I thought you might find this article by American Thinker author Monte Kuligowski interesting in view of these actions by the EPA and our federal government.  BB


5 Responses to ">>American Thinker: The shocking lesson from the climate scandal"

Thank God we’re finally doing the right thing.
As to “Climate-gate”, the crime of pumping up the numbers a little doesn’t negate the fact that we’re in a very real, very serious, crisis.

“pumping up the numbers a little”? I can’t believe you or anyone of intelligence and interested in the truth would say this!

Lies have NEVER been the way to lead a nation or a world to POSITIVE action. But if you are happy with the kool-aid then that is fine with me but don’t push your lies on me and expect me to accept them or your leaders solutions to these non-existent problems.

If you have read me at all you know I hate and detest fossil fuels! I grew up in the northern Ohio Valley where coal mines and steel mills prevailed. I have seen pollution big time. I am all for moving as quickly as possible to a cleaner source of energy and in fact blog often on solar, wind and water. But I don’t want to turn my nation and my tax dollars over to greedy third world nations who now control the United Nations. If you want to live in a banana republic then get to hell out of my country and live like an animal in your non-polluting mud hut.

And please don’t come back on this site. There is only one thing I hate more than a liar and that is a fool! Brenda Bowers

Heres why the Old folks are the target of health care and Medicare reductions ….
Population control called key to deal ,
Marxists way ????
COPENHAGEN: Population and climate change are intertwined but the population issue has remained a blind spot when countries discuss ways to mitigate climate change and slow down global warming, according to Zhao Baige, vice-minister of National Population and Family Planning Commission of China (NPFPC) .

“Dealing with climate change is not simply an issue of CO2 emission reduction but a comprehensive challenge involving political, economic, social, cultural and ecological issues, and the population concern fits right into the picture,” said Zhao, who is a member of the Chinese government delegation.

Many studies link population growth with emissions and the effect of climate change.

“Calculations of the contribution of population growth to emissions growth globally produce a consistent finding that most of past population growth has been responsible for between 40 per cent and 60 percent of emissions growth,” so stated by the 2009 State of World Population, released earlier by the UN Population Fund.

Although China’s family planning policy has received criticism over the past three decades, Zhao said that China’s population program has made a great historic contribution to the well-being of society.

As a result of the family planning policy, China has seen 400 million fewer births, which has resulted in 18 million fewer tons of CO2 emissions a year, Zhao said.

The UN report projected that if the global population would remain 8 billion by the year 2050 instead of a little more than 9 billion according to medium-growth scenario, “it might result in 1 billion to 2 billion fewer tons of carbon emissions”.

Meanwhile, she said studies have also shown that family planning programs are more efficient in helping cut emissions, citing research by Thomas Wire of London School of Economics that states: “Each $7 spent on basic family planning would reduce CO2 emissions by more than one ton” whereas it would cost $13 for reduced deforestation, $24 to use wind technology, $51 for solar power, $93 for introducing hybrid cars and $131 electric vehicles.

She admitted that China’s population program is not without consequences, as the country is entering the aging society fast and facing the problem of gender imbalance.

“I’m not saying that what we have done is 100 percent right, but I’m sure we are going in the right direction and now 1.3 billion people have benefited,” she said.

She said some 85 percent of the Chinese women in reproductive age use contraceptives, the highest rate in the world. This has been achieved largely through education and improvement of people’s lives, she said.

This holistic approach that integrates policy on population and development, a strategy promoting sustainable development of population, resources and environment should serve as a model for integrating population programs into the framework of climate change adaptation, she said.

I would think we are smarter and come come up with a better way to expand the space needed for food and population growth , like what Branson is wanting to do , , along with this months article in National Geographic on the search for other Planets , its a more Noble effort to die trying I think , and certainly more Inspiring to the Mind rather than being left with the though of just needed to die at some point for the sake of humanity , Like how does a Intellect patent that idea ? ! ? ! ? ! ? ! And if this type of study is what a 250 K college education is doing for the society , I think we need to adjust the curriculum some .

This all reminds me of a Star Trek episode (the original 1960’s Star Trek!).: the crew came across a planet where all people when they reach the age of 60 are to commit suicide. It is a grand occasion with parties and much fanfare for the departing senior citizen. In this episode however the 60 year old was a famous scientist who was on the brink of discovering a necessary cure for the planet. At his death so much would be lost and tho his notes would be left a scientist stores much more and often more vital information in his head than what is contained in his notes. So at this man’s death the entire planet would be set back and suffer perhaps never to discover the cure he was looking for..

The arbitrary death sentence for 60 year olds was set up because of a past of planet over-population when non-productive older people were taking up resources needed by the young you see.

James Kirk persuaded the leaders to look again at why they once needed this ruling and why it was no longer needed. he did this by showing how important it was for this particular senior citizen to remain alive to carry on his work.

We on planet Earth have come to this point where we have or will shortly have too mnay non-productive senior citizens feeding off the young and it will be economically unsustainable for the young to continue to support use even if it is possible to produce enough food for all.

So do understand it is an economic burden that we seniors have placed on our young that is and will bring about class war fare. The Ponzi scheme of
Social Security and young greatly subsidizing the over-whelmingly expensive elderly heath care has brought on this crisis. The only possible cure is to either kill the elderly off or correct the mistakes of the past and take those elderly who don’t need help off of Social Security and Medicare. the rest will then be put on some sort of welfare outright in stead of a Ponzi scheme that has been made into an entitlement. BB

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