Thursday, 2 December 2010

Climate Change: Lord Monckton Blasts Global Warming & COP16 - 29/11/2010

  
Once again Lord Christopher Monckton lays bare the facts surrounding the whole Cancun global warming conspiracy which is proceeding in spite of the complete collapse of the Climate Change "religion"!
 
He also talks about Agenda 21, (depopulation, forced relocation, food rationing), and the greedy bankers complicit in the whole "world government" stitch-up!
    
PART 1
  
   
PART 2
   
       
           
Oh....... and this is how they're rationing food in Cancun...... 
       
CUNTS!
           



And just to end on a lighter note.......
    

Bwahahahahahahahahaha!
   
  

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14 comments:

Sheriff said...

Excellent post Barking. These assholes have no idea of the pushback coming if they try this shit!

Sheriff said...

Oh my Spidey ... the sky is falling, the sky is falling! :-P :-P :-P

Sheriff said...

I'll check out Lord Monckton later but meanwhile "Oi Manuel, get us some more Pescado and a large tequilla and be quick about it, dago cunt".,

Sheriff said...

Can't get the fucking staff, mate! :-D

Monckton is really good here as Alex doesn't interrupt his flow so much. ;)

Sheriff said...

They're on their last legs if we stand up to them, Odie. :-P

Sheriff said...

Thanks, Christopher - Lefties never know when to stop - we need to make them an offer they can't refuse! ;) :-P

Sheriff said...

There's no doubt that Alex Jones does some very good work, I just wish he didn't have such a grating voice, and usually (although not so much in this case) interupt so often. It's interesting that Lord Monckton thinks they will play things down, and try and get an agreement by the back door. I wonder if the Japanese announcement had been made when this interview was carried out?

Sheriff said...

I agree, MD, and he often interrupts just as someone's in the middle of making a really interesting point. :(

I'm sure they would have mentioned the Japanese situation had they known about it at the time....... I nearly laughed my arse off when I heard they would be pulling out of, or not renewing, their Kyoto commitments - what a great start to the Cancun fiasco! :-P :-P :-D :-D

Sheriff said...

Fit bird in the ad before Alexs brilliant intro. They've been practising population transfer in the third world for some while now.
Good to see Lord Monckton back, I've not heard much from  him since Copenhagen.

As you say Warmist contrick is in full retreat (see wattsupwiththat daily) but their response is yet more alarmism and a scortched earth policy as they go down in flames, wankers.

Sheriff said...

Vid 2, "the warming must be hiding in the deep oceans" LOL

Sheriff said...

They are not a very smart bunch.  If I was going to push for climate laws and taxes, I would at least try and do it in the summer time when people are not freezing to death.

Sheriff said...

Exactly, Trestin, but even apart from that, between Climategate last year followed by the blizzard that started right on cue as the twats all arrived in Copenhagen, Climate Change is dead and buried - however, they refuse to let it go because they have invested so much in it and stand to lose vast amounts of money, not to mention losing their ultimate aim of complete control over us all - in every aspect of our lives! ;)

Sheriff said...

Yes, you're right - the only other thing I can remember that stands out is when he ripped that charlatan twat, Abrahams, a new arsehole! :-P :-D

Global Warming/Climate Change is fucked so now they are, predictably, moving on to "biodiversity", whis is of course merely another part of their Agenda 21 goal! >:o

Sheriff said...

I have intensively listened to both the sides of the debate on the issue of anthropogenic global warming. I have to admit, I am absolutely befuddled! The planet earth has been around for approximately 4.5 billion years and over this course of time has endured many warmer and colder periods than today P.S. Eyptian warming, Roman warming, Minoan warming, Medieval warm period. The fact that past temperatures in these periods have been warmer than today, whether local or global in scale, proves that current temperatures are nothing spectacular whatsoever and well within 'natural variability'. To honestly believe that current temperatures trascend anything the planet has been witness to in 4.5 BILLION YEARS - really does require a new defintion to the word 'arrogant'. One must realise that the temperature record only goes back 150 years and that can be interpreted in many different ways by different scientists using different methods of determining their own 'version of the truth'. Let's just sit back for one minute and truly appreciate the ancient, awesomely powerful and mysterious nature of our planet and the equally powerful make-up of the heavens which exert a staggering hold over our climate. Is it possible that we humans and our CO2 footprint play a part in this equation? Personally, I find the notion HILARIOUS in the extreme! This idea that the planet Earth is FRAGILE and needs protecting from the evil actions of humanity - really does lend itself very conveniently to the alarmist perspective of dangerous global warming - because it presumes on the basis  of it's own self-awarded merits that any little change in CO2 output caused by anthropgenic forcings - is somehow going to exert catastrophic climate change. From my perspective, I would sooner argue the case that this planet is NOT FRAGILE and is probably far more resilient and self-regulating than certain people would like to believe. The planet is as tough as an old boot and if anything, the fragility lies within us, not the opposite way around. I don't dispute the fact that CO2 is a greenhouse gas nor that it retains heat-trapping properties that lead to some minor warming, but one must remember that the climate system is governed by thousands of factors - most of which are not well understood. For example, water vapour and low-level clouds (and the presumed influence of cosmic rays is generating that cloud-cover), the Sun (the Earth's main heat source), the Earth's soil and vegetation covering the planet, animal life, volcanoes, the oceans which cover over 70% of the earth's surface and the factors which determine the storage, release and exchange of CO2 between itself and the atmosphere, etc. The point being, why single out such a minor trace gas as C02 when there are far more powerful, influential and natural forcings at play? I do not dismiss the role of CO2 in the equation of climate, but it the wider context of the climate system, it would very much seem an insignificant consideration!