Did we say 100 months? We meant 48 months

Yesterday it was 100 months.   Same paper, new deadline:

No surprise that climate scientists have become increasingly desperate for action. In November, for instance, the head of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Rajendra Pachauri, said: “If there’s no action before 2012, that’s too late. What we do in the next two to three years will determine our future. This is the defining moment.”

The increasingly frantic calls for the rape of world-wide taxpayers (especially American ones) gates on the ear of this person who’s pocket is expected to be picked for this man-made hysteria.  No temperature increase in 10 years, the data was not correct in lots of models, temperatures much much higher in the past without any SUVs or power plants – perhaps lots of this information is starting to become more widely known.  And that means more people will realize that the man-made global warming issue isn’t as straightforward as the hystericals want us to believe.

And then they won’t give up their money!  Isn’t that the real cause of the ever-shortening deadlines?

They go to all that work to develop a scheme whereby the developed countries of the world are to use their own resources to destroy their civilization, and a bunch of low-forehead nosepickers won’t give it up.

I mean a 50% global cut is now not enough – they essentially want to move back into the dark ages (literally):

The call for an 80% cut must be heard by Gordon Brown. This is the minimum of what is needed by 2050, and if he really wants to make “massive progress” then he has an opportunity when he gets home.

If we go the full distance, put an 80% cut in the bill and include emissions from international aviation and shipping (both of which are presently excluded), then if might just lead to a global breakthrough.

And never, ever forget.  The fault is all to be laid at the feet of ……..

George W Bush

Judging Bush on the basis of what he has done for our children, their children and the next 50 generations, he has solidified his record of helping ensure that billions and billions of people suffer the grim consequences of catastrophic climate change.

They do realize that they are quite free to destroy all their cars and power plants and go back to living in mud huts and walking in their own filth at any time?  Feel free to lead us on that on you idiots.

One thought on “Did we say 100 months? We meant 48 months

  1. You almost certainly live long enough to realize just how wrong you are. But in any case for your information the 50% cut that Bush agreed to was for the entire world. He also agreed to differentiated targets. obviously the countries that got rich filling up the atmosphere with carbon dioxide need to do more than the developing countries. So the global 50% cut was always a developed world 80% cut. That ain’t news.

    The fact that the guy Bush hand-picked to run the IPCC because he felt the previous director was an alarmist — the fact that Bush’s own guy is now desperate for action should tell you how serious the matter is and how genuine the scientific evidence is.

    Stick your head in the ground if you want to, but the rest of us don’t want to destroy the livability of this planet for the next 10 million people to walk the earth.

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