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"Climategate e-mails sweep America, may scuttle Barack Obama's Cap and Trade laws

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"Climategate e-mails sweep America, may scuttle Barack Obama's Cap and Trade laws 

By Gerald Warner Last updated: November 26th, 2009

Source  Blogs.Telegraph.co.uk

"Just a few considerations in addition to previous remarks about the explosion of the East Anglia Climategate e-mails in America. The reaction is growing exponentially there. Fox News, Barack Obama’s Nemesis, is now on the case, trampling all over Al Gore’s organic vegetable patch and breaking the White House windows. It has extracted some of the juiciest quotes from the e-mails and displayed them on-screen, with commentaries. Joe Public, coast-to-coast, now knows, thanks to the clowns at East Anglia’s CRU, just how royally he has been screwed.

Senator James Inhofe’s Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works has written to all the relevant US Government agencies, acquainting them with the nature of the e-mails. But the real car crash for Obama is on Capitol Hill where it is now confidently believed his Cap and Trade climate legislation is toast. It was always problematic; but with a growing awakening to the scale of the scientific imposture sweeping the world, as far as the Antipodes, the clever money is on Cap and Trade laws failing to pass, with many legislators sceptical and the mid-term elections looming ever closer.

At the more domestic level, the proposed ban on incandescent light bulbs, so supinely accepted in this servile state of Britain, is now provoking a huge backlash in America. US citizens do not like the government coming into their houses and putting their lights out. Voters may not understand the cut and thrust of climate debate at the technical level, but they know when the Man from Washington has crossed their threshold uninvited.

The term that Fox News is now applying to the Climategate e-mails is “game-changer”. For the first time, Anthropogenic Global Warming cranks are on the defensive, losing their cool and uttering desperate mantras such as “You can be sceptical, not denial.” Gee, thanks, guys. In fact we shall be whatever we want to be, without asking your permission.

At this rate, Copenhagen is going to turn into a comedy convention with the real world laughing at these liars. Now is the time to mount massive resistance to the petty tyrants and hit them where it hurts – in the wallet. Further down the line there may be, in many countries, a question of criminal prosecution of anybody who has falsified data to secure funds and impose potentially disastrous fiscal restraints on the world in deference to a massive hoax. It’s a new world out there, Al, and, as you may have noticed, the climate is very cold indeed."


http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/geraldwarner/100018034/climategate-%20%20e-mails-sweep-america-may-scuttle-barack-obamas-cap-and-trade-laws/

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Comments

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jarasanComment by jarasan - November 28, 2009, 8:57 am
This could be the turn around of the worlds economies.   Once the doom and global warmers are exposed, the policies which are stifling productivity may be eased.   I think what the busy body enviormentalists should concentrate on, is the pollution coming out of China.   Pollution is a "REAL" issue which the USA has addressed thoroughly, thanks to Richard Nixon's EPA. Most western countries play it clean.............

The enviormentalists should all go to China, protest and petition them to change their polluting ways, instead of trying to over regulate the clean industries of the west.   I think there is plenty of internet info to expose the pollution: I think Timetreat posted this earlier.

http://www.chinahush.com/2009/10/21/amazing-pictures-pollution-in-china/

Do you think the Chinese could learn some "Hope and Change", HA!

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konaneComment by konane - November 28, 2009, 10:02 am
Thanks Jarasan! Better idea ship the entire Obama gang to China where their policies and implementation of them were taken from the Mao playbook. They should be right at home. I surf a Chinese pop site frequently where such issues are featured so there is a willingness by the people to change things but the hard line government has other priorities.

Yes indeed the west has cleaned up its pollution long ago, and the world's eyes should be on developing countries and human rights abuses such as shown in those photos which probably only scratch the surface.

Another entirely different article about development in Dubai said that workers who were brought in from foreign countries were being held against their will in almost slave like conditions of little food and no pay. But since those events are not ing the US they receive very little attention.
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Rick GComment by Rick G - November 28, 2009, 10:27 am
The truth about China's pollution is that it's heavy with sulfur dioxide. SO2 causes cooling (cloud creation) and balances the warming effects of CO2. Just like volcanic eruptions do. If they were so worried about global warming, why don't they just relax SO2 output regulations?

Good to see the junk science exposed for what it is. File this one under "political science".
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konaneComment by konane - November 28, 2009, 11:49 am
Thanks Rick! Agree for their air pollution but they're discharging some real toxic industrial waste into their rivers. One spill a couple of years ago was so toxic that they had to shut off municipal intake for cities downstream until it had passed. I've seen photos other than ones in the documentary and there's massive water pollution (trash dumping, untreated sewage) in many of their waterways and beaches.

Prior to the Olympics there photos of the Chinese gathering and hauling away a string algae bloom along a beach. String algae usually flourishes due to an overabundance of phosphates in the water which is indicative of large amounts of decomposing organic matter.

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