In the Meme Time

  Plants Love CO2
Why Scientist Disagree about Global Warming

The nastiness of wind power reality comes as such a visceral shock that many lack the moral courage to reject the “green” meme entirely.

Ontario’s anti-democratic Green Energy Act set off a wave of resistance which has unfortunately been hampered by divergent perceptions.

Fundamentally wind warriors fall into one of two camps: those who act as though there has just been some silly siting mistake and those who at least glimpse a bigger picture, don’t like what they see, but do not look away.  

It is daunting to face the fact that the politicians we expected to represent our interests are undermining our individual rights and security!

Ontario is however not alone in having an army of kleptocrats who, under the save-the-planet meme, are stealing our very birthright. Yet such is the case and there are political historians as well as scientists who are sceptical of the crise-du-jour.  

We should not blind ourselves to truth in hopes things will not get worse – they have in countries which have already gone down this slippery green slope towards the New World Order.  

The United Nations adopted the climate change agenda in the 1980s and has since developed it into an all-consuming, ambitious framework through which to tackle a number of earlier progressive causes, from gender inequality to sustainable development. 
… Michael Hart

Germany, the model chosen for us by a ruling class which styles itself as morally superior to the masses, is once again driving Jews out of Europe, and possibly Britain out of the EU, using the dual supremacist death-cult regressive theocracies – Environmentalism and Islam. 

Christopher Booker explains

“The key to understanding the unique system of government known as the “European Union” is that everything about it is based on smoke and mirrors, with nothing ever being quite what it is pretending to be.

… To this day, the European Commission website deliberately confuses two quite incompatible models for a future “United States of Europe” put forward after the Second World War. Its account starts with Winston Churchill’s call for a “United States of Europe” in 1946, which led two years later to the “intergovernmental” Council of Europe. But no one was more scornful of this than the Frenchman Jean Monnet, who had a wholly different model in mind, first conceived back in the Twenties. His “United States of Europe” would be centred on an entirely new kind of “supranational” government, able to overrule the vetoes of any of its individual member states. It was Monnet’s vision that won, through the “Schuman Declaration” he drafted in 1950.

Sadly the people of Ontario have few political options; this was made abundantly clear when OPCP leader Patrick Brown, while responding critically to the Liberal budget gave his support to the “climate change” meme.  In so doing he took the side of the craven or deluded against the Canadians who are smart enough and strong enough to have resisted the relentless propaganda.

In Ross McKitrick Canadians have a staunch ally and role model as the lone voice of reason at the Manning Centre talks which seemed suspiciously rich in irony or theocracy…

The green dogma has always been delusional but is now becoming disastrous. Peter Foster in Return of the Green Shaft points out:

Then there is Dion, who is leading the Government’s climate charge on the barricades of common sense. When Dion was Liberal Party Leader, his “Green Shift” – a melange of setting “the right” prices, subtly shifting taxes from consumption to production, and assiduously selecting technologies of the future – was as big an electoral lead balloon as it was a policy fantasy. But he’s back!

Dion was quoted as celebrating the Liberals’ mandate to install their environmental agenda. “Within this mandate, you have the ability for Canada to be part of the solution to climate change and not only part of the problem. And that’s fantastic.”

Foster reminds us of the math based on a peer-reviewed study by Bjorn Lomborg of the Copenhagen Consensus Center:

Canada is responsible for 1.59 per cent of man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Thus nothing Canada can do – up to and including closing down the entire economy – would have any impact.

if all countries {emphasis added} achieve their INDCs, the impact – according to the models used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – will be a reduction in the global temperature by 2100 of 0.05 degrees Celsius {emphasis added}. That’s right, one-twentieth of one degree.

As Lomborg says: “Paris is being sold as the summit where we can help ‘heal the planet’ and ‘save the world’. It is no such thing.”

So it’s not fantastic, it’s ridiculous, meaningless. Remember those numbers: 1.59%, one-twentieth of a degree by 2100.

Recently Dr. Tim Ball again wrote about the origins and objectives of the “green” meme.

Despite all the revelations about corrupted science and their failed predictions (projections) CO2 remains central to global attention about energy and environment.

Without a courageous and unified backlash against the ‘green’ meme we will be stuck in it for a long time.

About lsarc

LSarc is grassroots protection of Lake Superior through citizen science and volunteerism.  If you are interested in preserving intact ecosystems and restoring biological integrity of the Lake Superior watershed using the scientific method to test hypotheses and research, then you are LSarc LSarc is proud to be a member of the John Muir Trust and the 60th member organization of Wind Concerns Ontario
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3 Responses to In the Meme Time

  1. 1957chev says:

    Reblogged this on "Mothers Against Wind Turbines™" Phoenix Rising… and commented:
    The Wind Scourge…..We have to fight back!

  2. pattikellar says:

    Reblogged this on Patti Kellar and commented:
    “Without a courageous and unified backlash against the ‘green’ meme we will be stuck in it for a long time”.

  3. FauxGreen says:

    The complicity of the mainstream media, co-opted scientists, educators, politicians, the malignant influence of fascistic eco-NGOs, and big money all work against climate truth and reason. We have to make people aware of not only the pernicious effects to wind turbines, but also of the big picture that has created them in the first place. We have to do this wherever, whenever, and however we can. Direct people to our blogs, write letters to the editors, make comments where still allowed, write to MPs and MPPs, talk to family and friends (you may lose some in the process), and if you have deep pockets, consider lawsuits and country-wide billboards.

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