Cold War II averted maybe?

18 12 2009

Not the Cold War of the last century that was between two Superpowers (with many supporting actors) striving for global supremacy, no, the newest Cold War plan was to see the creation of a Superpower with the ability to freeze and starve the population for “the better good”.

The Bastards that Be mission to wage war on warmth and production under the guise of climate change is now in tatters due to the fact so many dissenting voices are being made known all over the world, and Russia being needed in such a project, losing them would be a massive blow.

Of course, all this could be part of a political long-game and the vested interests are holding out for a bigger slice of the action but James Dellingpole seems confident (and he does have a way with words to boot).

Climategate goes SERIAL: now the Russians confirm that UK climate scientists manipulated data to exaggerate global warming

The Telegraph, December 16th, 2009

Climategate just got much, much bigger. And all thanks to the Russians who, with perfect timing, dropped this bombshell just as the world’s leaders are gathering in Copenhagen to discuss ways of carbon-taxing us all back to the dark ages.

What the Russians are suggesting here, in other words, is that the entire global temperature record used by the IPCC to inform world government policy is a crock.

As Richard North says: This is serial.

The full article is worth the read and judging by the comments, more and more are converting back to sanity everyday.  With all the bravado shown by the Bastards that Be before Climategate, it seemed a  deal was only a pen-stroke away.  Soon Copenhagen will become Nopenhagen and sadly, this only means a new plan of attack, for we may have won this battle, but by no means have we won the war.




One response

19 12 2009
Sir Henry Morgan

Same manipulation has happened with the New Zealand data going back 150 years. Also the Australian data from Darwin airport.

I know about this stuff because it was my job when I was at Seeb (Oman) to take the measurements (including humidity levels which I had to calculate the old-fashioned way using wet and dry thermometer readings), then phone through to the civil airport for radioing to pilots approaching Seeb, so they could adjust their instruments appropriately for landing/takeoff. Indeed, my readings were at that time the daily weather readings for the entire Gulf. And it was done by eye and manual calculation. Easy to be part of a degree out even with honest readings.

No doubt all part of the CRU database now. Suitably “adjusted”_ also no doubt.

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