When It Starts Unraveling

James Delingpole posts a roundup of the beginning of the unraveling of the carefully knitted global “consensus”.

2. Danes caught fiddling their carbon credits. (Hat tip: Philip Stott) Carbon trading is the Emperor’s New Clothes of international finance. It was invented by none other than Ken Lay, whose Enron would currently be one of the prime beneficiaries in the global alternative energy market, if it hadn’t been shown to be (nearly) as fraudulent as the current AGW scam. It is a licence to fleece, cheat and rob. Still, jolly embarrassing for the Danes to get caught red handed, what with their hosting a conference shortly in which the world’s leaders will try, straight-faced, to persuade us that carbon emissions trading is the only viable way of defeating ManBearPig.

Extra points for using ManBearPig in a sentence. I’m super serial.

If the AGW has its way, the scandal will be swept under the rug and folks like Dr. Rajendra “Fry Me To The Moon” Pachauri will continue to advance their jetsetting neofascism. So, as Delingpole points out, the way to counter that is to continue to expose the fraud, manipulation and corruption that lies at the heart of the AGW hoax.

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One Response to When It Starts Unraveling

  1. ropelight says:

    When it rains, … Heve a look at today’s Washington Times.

    Stephen Dinan has an article: Researcher: NASA hiding climate data.

    Here’s the opening shot:

    “The fight over global warming science is about to cross the Atlantic with a U.S. researcher poised to sue NASA, demanding release of the same kind of climate data that has landed a leading British center in hot water over charges it skewed its data.

    Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, said NASA has refused for two years to provide information under the Freedom of Information Act that would show how the agency has shaped its climate data and would explain why the agency has repeatedly had to correct its data going as far back as the 1930s.

    “I assume that what is there is highly damaging,” Mr. Horner said. “These guys are quite clearly bound and determined not to reveal their internal discussions about this.”

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