Climategate

Brown will ruin the UK

Sunday, 20 December 2009 16:16

Brown is out to ruin Britain, that's the only conclusion that can be drawn from his ridiculous performance in Copenhagen. He's out to cut industry and work. There is no way that the things he said could be achieved, he knows that and yet he still promised them.

This is 'weapons of mass destruction' all over again, the only difference is that this time it's Brown that's mouthing the words and being economical with the truth.

Don't take it from us, read what the Daily Express had to say . . .

Climate Nut Brown

and while you are reading look carefully at the photograph and ask yourself whether the Gordon Brown you see if fit to by in change of the UK.

 

Copenhagen - common sense prevailed

Sunday, 20 December 2009 15:48

Fortunately for the silent majority the Copenhagen climate fiasco ended with common sense being the big winner.

If Gordon Brown had his way then more and more of our hard-earned money would be given away to so-called poor and developing countries who all have their hands out as soon as they sniff the money.

Gordon is a nutcase, fruitcase, climate lunatic call him what you like but on this issue he and the rest of the people who think that throwing money at the problem will help have all got it wrong.

Nothing we do will make any difference, natural changes happen and only the totally ignorant or arrogant think they can do anything about it. You might as well try to turn back the tide.

   

BBC biased over climate change

Friday, 18 December 2009 15:36

The BBC has a definite bias when it comes to reporting climate change and the arguments that are raging. The BBC takes the view that climate change is a fact. The words used demonstrate this.

Take for instance the BBC's wording in this case

bbc bias over climate change

This is a perfect example, "Who's to blame for warming?"

This does more than ask a question. It assumes that warming is taking place and it assumes that someone is to blame for it. Warming may be happening but there is no proven link to any country or individual.

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The article asksĀ  . . . 'Which countries are most responsible for causing human-induced climate change?'

Again is that assumption being forced upon the reader, the assumprtion that climate change is human-induced, and that countries can be more responsible for it than other countries. This is bias of the worst kind because it's being shown by an organisation that is change of bringing us the news.

All that can be said with any certainty is that natural climate change is occurring, similar periods of warming and cooling have taken place before. Long before humans started multiplying themselves the UK was covered in ice and you could walk to France or Ireland. No-one is talking about that and it was seconds ago in geological time.

How the BBC should be reporting is to give us the facts, such as an analysis of the population of each country over the past 100 years and their use of certain fuels or other measures. We don't need to be told what to think.

It would not be surprising to find that the BBC is instructed by the government about how it is to present the news. This can be done very easily with a nod and a wink. Even more subtle means can be used, such as appointing left-leaning people to the BBC.

When you hear the news or read the BBC website always question the spin that is being put on the news and ask yourself whether or not you actually believe what you are being told. Question everything! Most of the time we are fed a diet of what the government wants us to hear and that's rarely the truth.

   

History repeats itself

Friday, 18 December 2009 09:06

Tony Blair was bowled over by George Bush and took us to war, a war that has cost us billions and is still costing us the lives of our young men.

Brown is now getting the same treatment and being taken in the US over climate change. In the latest round he's promised another 6 billion pounds of OUR money to try to get a deal from developing or poor countries. Brown and his cronies just love being seen with Hilary Clinton and Obama, it's just one of the things that gives them a real buzz.

This is a total waste of money.

Nothing will come of it, except misery in the UK as we are taxed even more.

If Brown wants to do something positive he should be shouting that overpopulation is the problem and that is where the effort should go. Less people means more for everyone.

   

Lord Stern is part of the problem

Friday, 18 December 2009 08:47

Lord Stern runs around excitedly like a schoolboy who has just discovered girls, or a teenager in a dream after his first casual close encounter.

He's full of 'zero carbon' and shouting from the rooftops, when will he get some common sense?

The problem is that people are taken in by his interpretation of the science which we now know is biased, massaged, only the convenient results used - call it what you like. The facts are simple. Politicians have been duped into believing something they WANT to believe.

Why?

Politicians are in the power business. Power over our lives. Nothing satisfies leftish politicains more than big government, control and telling us what to do. During 12 years of labour rule the public sector has ballooned by 20%. All those are on gold-plated salaries and pensions. It's almost impossible to sack them or make them redundant. WE pay them, yet THEY snoop on us, and try to control our every movement.

So what makes politicians tick - power! They use that power to try to keep us in a state of fear, and they are very good at it in certain areas. They then present themselves as the only people who can save us, and of course that means more and more invasion into our lives so that we can be kept safe.

Climate change is just another scare story, and it's being sold by Lord Stern and his ilk. The result will be massive taxation, distortion of our economy and wheelbarrow loads of money wasted by so-called poor countries who are only too willing to go along with anything that results in them getting a handout.

It's like the sign on the bosses desk - 'Have you come with a solution, or are you part of the problem?' The people in Copenhagen representing the UK are part of the problem and they will give away our future for nothing in return. Climate change will happen whether we do anything or not. Just remember that 15 thousand years ago the UK was covered by ice miles thick - natural forces and warming melted it and those same forces are still working today.

   

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