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The jig is up on the bullshit science pushing the global warming nonsense. This is not a matter of opinion. It is a matter of fact.

Please take time to read this report (click here).


Lord Monckton is doing a valuable public service in taking on the climate status quo, which is pushing the dogma that the earth is warming because of human activity. Only one itsy, bitsy problem–the case is based on cooked data.

Here is a superb video of a Monckton speech:

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Larry C. Johnson is a former analyst at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, who moved subsequently in 1989 to the U.S. Department of State, where he served four years as the deputy director for transportation security, antiterrorism assistance training, and special operations in the State Department's Office of Counterterrorism. He left government service in October 1993 and set up a consulting business. He currently is the co-owner and CEO of BERG Associates, LLC (Business Exposure Reduction Group) and is an expert in the fields of terrorism, aviation security, and crisis and risk management, and money laundering investigations. Johnson is the founder and main author of No Quarter, a weblog that addresses issues of terrorism and intelligence and politics. NoQuarterUSA was nominated as Best Political Blog of 2008.
  • LDW

    While Lord Monckton struts his poppycock, the ice caps and glaciers are still melting.

    Do the scientists warning the world about climate change understand every single part of the process? No, of course not.

    Are there scientists amongst the proponents of climate change who are also guilty of shoddy work, or perhaps fraudulent research? In all probability, yes.

    But, if you examine the work done in any large field of scientific discovery, you’ll find errors even in the work of scientists with impeccable scientific integrity and who were proven right in the main aspects of their theories, like Newton, Darwin, or Einstein.

    It makes absolutely no sense to focus on small inconsistencies which can never change the overall theory. If a building has fallen down, but one wall remains standing, that wall is not proof of the structural integrity of the building.

    If changing ocean currents or weather patterns cause cooling in some areas of the globe, but most of the globe is experiencing warming, the small cooler area is not proof that global warming is non-existent.

    Scientists have a good understanding of how carbon dioxide causes a ‘greenhouse’ effect, and scientists now have many years’ worth of data of proof of historical carbon dioxide levels on earth, going back to the time of the dinosaurs and even prior to then, and they are showing that the levels of carbon dioxide humans are creating will most certainly bring enormous changes to the climate.

    Climatologists most certainly don’t have a complete picture of all the processes involved in global climate change, but to ignore their warnings because of fools and charlatans like Lord Monckton is to join the Idiotcracy that has a foothold in many societies, but seems to be taking over America.

    • donjo

      Hear! hear!

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  • I could be paddling a rowboat down Market Street in San Francisco after the poles have melted, and there will still be conservative fanatics who deny that humans are responsible for Global Warming or that it is even real. I invite you to my web-pages devoted to raising awareness on this urgent issue: http://pltcldscsn.blogspot.com/2009/12/conservatives-still-deny-global-warming.html

  • Goblintrain

    About 150 years ago “science” told religion to shut its mouth, & here in the West, religion has been pretty mum ever since. Counter-intuitively, the myths that science promised to dispell sound truer now than science does at leat truer than what we are told is science. The premeditated effort to infuse science with a political motive has mad ita nearly intangible topic, science has become a religion itself, with Al Gore sitting at it’s head. It appears that there is no longer the criteria of objective,observed evidence, for anything that Science calls truth. Until we get a more reliable witness than the Scientific community, i think we all need to make sure that every one has equal chance to look at, evaluate, & make a call about this stuff that is passed out as factual science.

    • Silence Dogood

      Religion and science could both use their share of reforming: both are inherently good things when the motives are not greed-and-ego/power-based.

      The “pursuit of science” should not be confused with morally bankrupt corrupt scientists.

      Not saying you are confused, just making a general point. 🙂

    • Docelder

      science has become a religion itself

      Science has replaced religion for the far left. I read somewhere that only 6% of scientists were republican. It seems hard to me for science not to cross into politics given that statistic. Then again, almost anything can be proven statistically.

      • Banned in Beantown

        Einstein said “The more I learn about science, the more I believe in God.”

        Science and religion, or belief in a higher power are not mutually exclusive. Only a low IQ would believe they were.

        • Docelder

          We are all out of Einsteins, because Einsteins wouldn’t be able to get grants in the first place because they believe in GOD. The elite scientific community has become stacked. Sure a lot of smart people believe in GOD. They just will never have their opinion about global warming published. That is what I am saying here, without feeling to need to question IQ’s. But I might question whether some can even think outside of the box… outside of where they have been told it is safe to think by the official media. Outside of where the rest of the people with the “me too” existences spend their waking consciousness.

      • andrew

        Is that surprising, when those skeptical of science seem to be drawn to the republican party? There you’ll find not only those who deny evidence for anthropomorphic global warming, but also those who deny evolution, concepts such as peak oil, etc. At the grass-roots level, the GOP is not science or intellect friendly.

  • califlety

    Larry, Monckton has also suggested that the best way to have solved the AIDS crisis was to imprison all AIDS sufferers until they died, why not tout his theories on that???

    • Silence Dogood

      According to this (see quote below) Monckton suggested that in 1987 and it was not imprisonment, but quarantine.

      I have no opinion or axe to grind either way on the climate emails (other than wanting a real inquiry into the matter!), but always like more information when its available.

      Emphasis mine. It should be noted Monckton denounced the 1987 idea.

      I see what you are trying to do here, califlety. You failed, because you exaggerated to make your point.

      Monckton’s views on how the AIDS epidemic should be tackled have been the subject of some
      controversy. In an article entitled “The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS” written for the January
      1987 issue of The American Spectator he argued that, “there is only one way to stop AIDS. That
      is to screen the entire population regularly and to quarantine all carriers of the disease for life.
      Every member of the population should be blood-tested every month … all those found to be
      infected with the virus, even if only as carriers, should be isolated compulsorily, immediately,
      and permanently.” Monckton has since disavowed his 1987 comments on AIDS, stating that “the
      article was written at the very outset of the AIDS epidemic, and with 33 million people around
      the world now infected, the possibility of doing this [isolation] is laughable. It couldn’t work.”

      • califlety

        So how long should we wait until Monckton denounces his global warming bullshit, when his hairpiece fries?

        • Silence Dogood

          You stepped in it the last time you made a pronouncement. 😀

          What “global warming bullshit” specifically? When did he say it? Is it contrary to a view he holds today? Source?

          The hairpiece comment doesn’t bolster your argument.

          I find it curious you are using Monckton to attack Larry and did it inaccurately with your first comment. Makes me suspect of your follow-up comment.

    • Retired

      Already being done in the health “care” bills.

  • Banned in Beantown

    Man I am getting real tired of my comments being spamified.