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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Czech president: U.N. climate meeting was propaganda

Fresh on the heels of last Wednesday's post, Czech president Vaclav Klaus did not mince words in his denunciation of the complete farce masquerading as science known as AGW....
" Czech President Vaclav Klaus sharply criticized a U.N. meeting on climate change on Tuesday at which U.S. President Barack Obama was among the top speakers, describing it as propagandistic and undignified. "It was sad and it was frustrating," said Klaus, one of the world's most vocal skeptics on the topic of global warming."It's a propagandistic exercise where 13-year-old girls from some far-away country perform a pre-rehearsed poem," he said. "It's simply not dignified." At the opening of the summit attended by nearly 100 world leaders, 13-year-old Yugratna Srivastava of India told the audience that governments were not doing enough to combat the threat of climate change. Klaus said there were increasing doubts in the scientific community about whether humans are causing changes in the climate or whether the changes are simply naturally occurring phenomena."
Kudos to Klaus for having the cahones to speak out against the complete hoax that is being perpetrated on the American people and on the world. It wouldnt be half bad if this fraud was simply an excuse to give impetus to cleaner air or water. This crowd, however, views the internal combustion engine as a much greater threat than narco thugs to our southern border or Islamic extremists in our midst.

EDIT: VD has an interesting entry on the subject over at his blog entitled AGW The biggest science fraud yet

4 comments:

Tracy said...

Gotta agree with you on this one.

I get so tired of people talking about the scientific facts of global warming - what facts?! Did you watch Al Gore's movie? I was so disappointed that even someone like me could poke holes in the logic.

I also agree with your thoughts that this would not be so offensive if it was motivating us to funnel focus into alternate energy sources and water purification methods. I too, am concerned that it's simply an opportunity to put down the conservatives (who have been rather remiss in our stewardship of God's gift to us of this planet) and the good things on our agenda such as less government involvement, tax incentives for business (oh I know the liberals harp on this but honestly we need the jobs and why shouldn't these entrepreneurs be incentivized since they give so much back?) and more independent/competitive programs to meet needs.

The Atheist Missionary said...

I see this is a place to discuss:
(1)Christianity;
(2) Right Wing Politics; and
(3) which beer is best.

1. Christianity is based on the fervent belief that a guy died, started to rot/smell and came back to life over 36 hours later. If you truly believe that, there is nothing you won't believe.

2. Right wing politics is a meaningless term. Right is right of left but left keeps shifting right.

3. Farmer's Ale from McLean's Ales in Normanby, Municipality of West Grey, Ontario, Canada.

JD Curtis said...

1. Christianity: the Christian religion, based upon belief in Jesus as the Christ and upon his teachings (yourdictionary.com)

2."Small-government conservativism" would be more apt but "right wing politics" is less syllables.

3."Farmer's Ale from McLean's Ales in Normanby, Municipality of West Grey, Ontario, Canada"
Do they export it? I'll give it a try.

Leo B. VadalĂ  said...

Hey, J.D. I like your eclectic blog. I too had trouble coming up with a single theme and also decided to go with a variety of topics.

You have some good stuff here. Keep it up.