Lord Monckton on Climategate

Australian Conservative writes –

Lord Christopher Monckton writes in a paper on Climategate:
The whistleblower deep in the basement of one of the ugly, modern tower-blocks of the dismal, windswept University of East Anglia could scarcely have timed it better.
In less than three weeks, the world’s governing class – its classe politique – would meet in Copenhagen, Denmark, to discuss a treaty to inflict an unelected and tyrannical global government on us, with vast and unprecedented powers to control all once-free world markets and to tax and regulate the world’s wealthier nations for its own enrichment: in short, to bring freedom, democracy, and prosperity to an instant end worldwide, at the stroke of a pen, on the pretext of addressing what is now known to be the non-problem of manmade “global warming”.
The unnamed hero of ‘Climategate’, after months of work gathering emails, computer code, and data, quietly sent a 61-megabyte compressed file from one of the university’s servers to an obscure public message-board on the internet, with a short covering note to the effect that the climate was too important to keep the material secret, and that the data from the University would be available for a short time only.

Read Lord Monckton’s 43-page paper – pdf download available at SPPI.

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Comments

  1. Not if we fight back! It's high time people stopped rolling over like dead parrotts and got engaged in the political process. Apathy is death.

  2. English Oak says:

    Just a big toss!
    We will be getting a tax whether we like it or not!

  3. Alan Webb says:

    I am concerned about the relationship between the solar sunspot cycle and the end influence of global warming on our microscoptic lifeboat.
    Let's face it, it the sun has any physical changes to its makeup, we cop it in one way or another..
    Perhaps the big picture is just to big for most of us on the planet to comprehend?
    One way to try to understand the scale of things is to place a football on the ground, then walk to Pluto.
    Have a nice walk.

  4. I'm still on the fence about global warming. I've personally spoken to a scientist who gave me a pretty compelling argument about why it indeed is all real. I've also seen a lot of it with my own eyes, and I won't let anyone try to tell me there's not something odd going on with the climate (global "weirding" rather than "warming", perhaps). On the other hand I can see where governments are trying to take this, and I think people like Al Gore are profiteering bastards.

    What I'd like to see is an open, honest discourse where real facts and data are put on the table and various options for what to do about it are discussed, and citizens of countries are asked what they want and hopefully some sort of democracy takes place.

    • What I'd like to see is an open, honest discourse where real facts and data are put on the table and various options for what to do about it are discussed, and citizens of countries are asked what they want and hopefully some sort of democracy takes place.

      Barry – You wouldv'e got that under our Dear Leader, KRudd. Now that Tony Abbott is on the scene as opposition leader you are going to get your wish. Unlike Turnbull, Abbott won't take any sh*t from KRudd and his little pet lesbian, Penny Wong. At last, we are going to get a real debate on the issue………and as far as I am concerned I cannot wait to the New Year. In the words of Barnaby Joyce: "Bring it on!!"

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