“Climate change” inconvenient truths.

“A lie told often enough becomes truth”—Vladimir Lenin


I know I’m aligning myself with the Taliban for opposing the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Obama for Carbon taxing and Cap-and-trading the American economy; something that has nothing to do with peace.

Part of Obama’s speech at the G20 conference in the fatherland of Pittsburgh:

“That so many of us are here today is a recognition that the threat from climate change is serious, it is urgent, and it is growing,” Obama said on Sept. 22 at the summit. “Our generation’s response to this challenge will be judged by history, for if we fail to meet it — boldly, swiftly, and together – we risk consigning future generations to an irreversible catastrophe.”

“No nation, however large or small, wealthy or poor, can escape the impact of climate change. Rising sea levels threaten every coastline,” Obama said. “More powerful storms and floods threaten every continent. More frequent droughts and crop failures breed hunger and conflict in places where hunger and conflict already thrive.”

An inconvenient truth by Paul Hudson, Climate correspondent, BBC News—in his article Whatever Happened to Global Warming—is,

“But it is true. For the last 11 years we have not observed any increase in global temperatures.

“And our climate models did not forecast it, even though man-made carbon dioxide, the gas thought to be responsible for warming our planet, has continued to rise.”

A group of scientists went to Capitol Hill, recently, to challenge the president’s claims and show that Mother Nature controls climate around the world and that CO2 in the atmosphere benefits people, plants and animals.

Patrick Goodenough—in his article Carbon Tariff Provisions Stoke Debate in the U.S. and Europe—reports:

“The same ‘carbon tariff’ provision in U.S. cap-and-trade legislation that has alarmed American business groups made waves over the weekend in the European Union, where several governments fretted that the proposal could undermine the drive to achieve a new global climate change agreement by year’s end.

“India and China, the U.S. trade partners most likely to be affected by the envisaged punitive measures, are protesting strongly, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has joined three other business organizations warning the Senate that the tariff provision ‘could trigger a green trade war’.”

Goodenough also reports in Pre-Copenhagen Climate Talks Stall Over Whether to Dump or Extend Kyoto:

“With just under two months to go before a major conference in Copenhagen aimed at delivering a global deal on climate change, a penultimate round of preliminary talks ended in Bangkok on Friday with no sign that a longstanding gap between developed and developing countries will be bridged.

“At the heart of the deadlock is the same issue that President Bush cited in repudiating the Kyoto Protocol eight years ago—the fact that developing countries did not face legally-binding curbs of carbon dioxide (CO2), despite some of those countries, notably China and India, being major emitters of the gas blamed for climate change.”

So what is why is Global Warming pushed to the forefront of the Obama/Gore agenda? The same reason as Plank 2 of the Manifesto of the Communist Party: A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. It’s about control. They can stop you from driving “unnecessarily”—while Gore drives his SUV and Obama drives around in his heavy progressive or graduated income tax-fed limousine—by taxing gas beyond your reach.

You can have the health care—whether you want it or not (Another tax and spend control system). Just don’t drive to the hospital, Kay?

“The goal of socialism is communism.”—Vladimir Lenin

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