Thursday, 27 August 2009

More anti-AGW reading...

I will persist in posting anti AGW articles as I believe the more people read, the more skeptical people will become, and the more they will endeavour to form their own opinions as opposed to the current trend of simply accepting the misleading premonitions of those with ulterior motives.

Eventually I hope people will realise that CO2 reduction has nothing to do with the environment, and everything to do with Big Green and the finance industry.

Global Warning Blues:

Probability and Global Warming:

Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Everyone's ABC? Only if you lean left

From my very first post on this site, I have made it known that it bothers me how left wing the Australian Broadcasting Network is. Whether it be local content, or documentaries first broadcast overseas, seldom do I think reports are balanced, never do I think they present a conservative opinion.

And so it was rather refreshing to read former Treasurer Peter Costello, now free to comment as he pleases, provide his insights into the bias nature of our ABC.

Reverend Tim Costello slams Nats over climate change

What drugs is the Reverend Tim Costello on? How can he claim 300,000 are dying as a result of climate change each year? And where, praise your god Reverend, is the proof that man made CO2 is the cause of such catastrophic events? And why does The Age continue to publish these outlandish stories?

If you want an epiphany Reverend, have a read of this:

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Senator Barnaby Joyce on the ETS

In Barnaby's words:

"This is just another tax. It is a tax that is going to come to you from the power points. Every electrical appliance in your house will have a tax on it. The ironing will be taxed, the vacuuming will be taxed, watching footy on a Sunday will be taxed, turning the lights on will be taxed. Who will they be taxing, working families. Then you’ll want to go shopping and what will happen? All your food will be taxed. If you are sick of it and want go on a plane and go away for the weekend, it’s on aviation fuel, you’ll be taxed. Everything in this new world under Kevin Rudd is taxed. Kevin in the shopping trolley, Kevin at the ironing board, Kevin in the kitchen, Kevin on the plane, too much Kevin makes me feel very sick.

And what is he going to do this for? Because Kevin is going to change the climate. It is amazing, he is going to make that out there different. He told us so, it must be true. The reality is the ETS is not going to change the climate one iota. Not one thing will change in the climate because of this new tax. Metaphorically speaking, the difference Australia will make is the equivalent of a the breadth of a hair on the length of about a one kilometre bridge.

It is so infinitesimally small. So ridiculous, so pointless, yet we are putting our economy out to dry."

Senator Barnaby Joyce - Transcript of Speech Nationals Fed Council 2009

Makes we wish he was the candidate in my electorate. I'd certainly vote for him!

Thursday, 20 August 2009

Swedens Blood Libel

A top Swedish newspaper says the IDF kills Palestinians for their organs. This from a nation that last year banned all spectators from the Sweden vs Israel Davies Cup tie in Malmo for fear of anti-Israel protests from Sweden's growing and vocal Muslim minority.

Is this simply taking appeasement to the next level?

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Senate votes down emissions trading scheme

Strike one. I for one hope the second strike comes in November, before it is struck out once and for all after the international community fail to come up with an agreement in Copenhagen.,25197,25923323-601,00.html

Liberal Senator Minchin sums up this whole fiasco perfectly in his response to the Senate:

Why U.S. Diplomacy Will Fail With Iran

In interesting article regarding Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini's need to maintain anti-Americanism. It's scathing of G. W. Bush, but leaves us with little optimism President Obama can do any better.

Monday, 10 August 2009

I can not believe this is happening and the main stream media are barely raising an eyebrow!

This is on the Whitehouse website:

"There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end of life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain emails or through casual conversation. Since we can't keep track of all of them here at the White House, we're asking for your help. If you get an email or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to"

The Obama administration is asking Americans to spy on and dob in anyone that disagrees or 'spreads misinformation' about the Presidents health reform program. They are being asked to send an email to the government so they can keep a track of the dissent. WTF?? No wonder people are producing t-shirts reading "Welcome to the USSA".

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) describe it is as a very troubling attempt to stifle free speech:

I don't know enough nor care about the proposed reforms, but to "flag" dissenters. Is this where Obamanation is heading? Fishing American people? So much for the First Amendment. What will be next if they get away with it?

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

'Consensus' Takes Another Hit!

With every passing day, the fraud that is AGW is questioned more and more, not just by bloggers like myself, but by some of the very scientists whose research laid the foundation for the initial UN IPCC reports.

Don't be afraid to question the likes of Gore, Stern and Flannery as their alarmist predictions prove unfounded while their personal wealth from this scam continues to grow!

A fair question being asked is have we simply reached the point where science based on data is treated as irrelevant by those who model the future in service of an agenda? I hope not. It is not skeptics, deniers or contrarians (the latest vindictive term used by alarmists) who's credibility needs to be questioned, it is the IPCC!

Saturday, 1 August 2009

"A Political Fashionista’’

Opposition leader Malcolm Turnbull's response to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's latest 6000 word essay:

And for those that haven't read the PM's 6000 word attempt to re-write history (at least the last 25 years) and cast himself as the saviour of Australia:

I doubt historians will be as kind to Kevin Rudd as today's media clearly is.