Overpopulation and Neo-Malthusians

•January 1, 2011 • Leave a Comment

This article by James Delingpole comes to much the same conclusions as my own opinions, claiming that the overpopulation issue would not be a problem if only those in power allowed poor nations to develop their birth rates would plummet. Instead, the powers that be purposefully and actively ensure that poor nations remain the way they are.



Free Carbon Offsets!

•July 25, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Someone found a creative way to make money off adverts.. and visitors get as many carbon offsets as they like for free! This should keep this blog “carbon neutral” for the next several million years:

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The Fabian Society

•June 27, 2010 • 13 Comments

The Fabian Society is a very old group originating in England in 1884, with the purpose of forming a single, global socialist state. They get their name from the Roman general Fabius, who used carefully planned strategies to slowly wear down his enemies over a long period of time to obtain victory. “Fabian Socialism” uses incremental change over a long period of time to slowly transform a state as opposed to using violent revolution for change. It is essentially socialism by stealth. Their original emblem was a shield with a wolf in sheep’s clothing holding a flag with the letters F.S. Today the international symbol of the Fabian Society is a turtle, with the motto below: “When I strike, I strike hard.”

Fabian Society members included H.G. Wells, George Bernard Shaw, Sidney Webb, Beatrice Webb, Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Tony Blair and Australia’s new ‘Prime Minister’ Julia Gillard, as New Zeal recently exposed.

The Fabian Window is a stained-glass window on display at the London School of Economics, and depicts Sidney Webb and Edward R. Pease hammering the earth on an anvil beneath the Fabian Society emblem. At the top of the window are the words “Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire.”

To give you an idea of the type of world these people would like to ‘remould’, here is a quote from George Bernard Shaw: “Under Socialism, you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live, you would have to live well.”  The ultimate Nanny State, with no free will or right to choose; you are owned by the elites and discarded when you are no longer any use.

Fabian Society members founded the British Labour Party, the London School of Economics, the International Court of Justice at The Hague, and were  largely involved in the creation of the UN and the League of Nations before it.  They have enormous influence in global matters, yet hardly anyone knows who they are and what they stand for.  They are very strong advocates for the Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming pseudoscience because they are the types of people who have hijacked the environmental movement in order to use it to their political advantage. Their intent is to use environmental issues as a means to cause people to unite and demand that the issues be fixed, intending us to demand a global government that has the authority to ‘fix’ global warming because sovereign national governments lack that ability. The UN’s Agenda 21 is an example of a Fabian Society program that sets international requirements for how people must live, learn, travel, eat and communicate. Its sole purpose is control of people, not protection of the environment.

Fabian Society members have infiltrated national and regional governments worldwide, some of them control governments. Local Fabian Societies will often describe themselves as ‘left-leaning think tanks’ and the like, to try and deceive people as to their true beliefs. Understandably, many members are often reluctant to admit their affiliation.

Socialist is too soft a word to use for these people, their idea of a perfect world more resembles a system “fascistic at its core and administered through a form of scientific socialism.”  The result is a ‘communitarian’ society where individualism must be relinquished for the betterment of the state.  I think most of us don’t want to live in a world like that, but our leaders have made up their minds and will not stop striving for it regardless of what the public thinks.

A Message To The Environmentalist Movement

•May 31, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I didn’t write this, but I’m reposting it because it is critically important.

You the environmentalists, you the activists, you the campaigners.
You who have watched with growing concern the ways in which the world around us has been ravaged in the pursuit of the almighty dollar.
You who are concerned with the state of the planet that we are leaving for our children and our grandchildren and those generations yet unborn.
This is not a message of divisiveness, but cooperation.
This is a message of hope and empowerment, but it requires us to look at a hard and uncomfortable truth:
Your movement has been usurped by the very same financial interests you thought you were fighting against.
You have suspected as much for years.
You watched at first with hope and excitement as your movement, your cause, your message began to spread, as it was taken up by the media and given attention, as conferences were organized and as the ideas you had struggled so long and hard to be heard were talked about nationally. Then internationally.
You watched with growing unease as the message was simplified. First it became a slogan. Then it became a brand. Soon it was nothing more than a label and it became attached to products. The ideas you had once fought for were now being sold back to you. For profit.
You watched with growing unease as the message became parroted, not argued, worn like a fashion rather than something that came from the conviction of understanding.
You disagreed when the slogans–and then the science–were dumbed down. When carbon dioxide became the focus and CO2 was taken up as a political cause. Soon it was the only cause.
You knew that Al Gore was not a scientist, that his evidence was factually incorrect, that the movement was being taken over by a cause that was not your own, one that relied on beliefs you did not share to propose a solution you did not want. It began to reach a breaking point when you saw that the solutions being proposed were not solutions at all, when they began to propose new taxes and new markets that would only serve to line their own pockets. ………..
You knew something was wrong when you saw them argue for a cap-and-trade scheme proposed by Ken Lay, when you saw Goldman Sachs position itself to ride the carbon trading bubble, when the whole thrust of the movement became ways to make money or spend money or raise money from this panic.
Your movement had been hijacked.
The realization came the first time you read The Club of Rome’s 1991 book, The First Global Revolution, which says:
“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which must be confronted by everyone together. But in designating these dangers as the enemy, we fall into the trap, which we have already warned readers about, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”
And when you looked at the Club of Rome’s elite member roster.
And when you learnt about eugenics and the Rockefeller ties to the Kaiser Willhelm Institute and the practice of crypto-eugenics and the rise of overpopulation fearmongering and the call by elitist after elitist after elitist to cull the world population.
Still, you wanted to believe that there was some basis of truth, something real and valuable in the single-minded obsession of this hijacked environmental movement with manmade global warming.
Now, in November 2009, the last traces of doubt have been removed.
Last week, an insider leaked internal documents and emails from the Climate Research Unit of East Anglia University and exposed the lies, manipulation and fraud behind the studies that supposedly show 0.6 degrees Celsius of warming over the last 130 years.
And the hockey stick graph that supposedly shows unprecedented warming in our times. And the alarmist warning of impending climate disaster.
We now know that these scientists wrote programming notes in the source code of their own climate models admitting that results were being manually adjusted.
We now know that values were being adjusted to conform to scientists’ wishes, not reality.
We now know that the peer review process itself was being perverted to exclude those scientists whose work criticized their findings.
We now know that these scientists privately expressed doubts about the science that they publicly claimed to be settled.
We now know, in short, that they were lying.
It is unknown as yet what the fallout will be from all of this, but it is evident that the fallout will be substantial.
With this crisis, however, comes an opportunity. An opportunity to recapture the movement that the financiers have stolen from the people.
Together, we can demand a full and independent investigation into all of the researchers whose work was implicated in the CRU affair.
We can demand a full re-evaluation of all those studies whose conclusions have been thrown into question by these revelations, and all of the public policy that has been based on those studies.
We can establish new standards of transparency for scientists whose work is taxpayer funded and/or whose work effects public policy, so that everyone has full and equal access to the data used to calculate results and all of the source code used in all of the programs used to model that data.
In other words, we can reaffirm that no cause is worth supporting that requires deception for its propagation.
Even more importantly, we can take back the environmental movement.
We can begin to concentrate on the serious questions that need to be asked about the genetic engineering technology whereby hybrid organisms and new, never-before-seen proteins that are being released into the biosphere in a giant, uncontrolled experiment that threatens the very genome of life on this planet.
We can look into the environmental causes of the explosion in cancer and the staggering drops in fertility over the last 50 years, including the BPA in our plastics and the anti-androgens in the water.
We can examine regulatory agencies that are controlled by the very corporations they are supposedly watching over.
We can begin focusing on depleted uranium and the dumping of toxic waste into the rivers and all of the issues that we once knew were part of the mandate of the real environmental movement.
Or we can, as some have, descend into petty partisan politics. We can decide that lies are OK if they support ‘our’ side. We can defend the reprehensible actions of the CRU researchers and rally around the green flag that has long since been captured by the enemy.
It is a simple decision to make, but one that we must make quickly, before the argument can be spun away and environmentalism can go back to business as usual.
We are at a crossroads of history.
And make no mistake, history will be the final judge of our actions. So I leave you today with a simple question:
Which side of history do you want to be on?

Really, we need look no further than Dr. Patrick Moore, one of the original founders of Greenpeace who left in disgust in 1986 when he realized that the movement had abandoned reason and become radicalized.  Greenpeace is now no longer a force for good, and good people are still being deceived by this corrupt and human-hating organisation.

Mann tries to hide “Hide The Decline”

•April 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

One of the leading scientists of the climate change ‘religion’, Michael Mann, has threatened legal action against Minnesotans For Global Warming over their satirical “Hide The Decline” video featuring Mann’s image. The video was created after the Climategate emails were leaked and refers to Phil Jones’ (Mann’s colleague) efforts to hide the decline of proxy temperatures from tree ring data obtained after 1960. This is well known as the divergence problem; the proxy temps are declining while the instrumental measurements are increasing and no one knows why. It basically shows that tree ring proxy data is unreliable and shouldn’t be used. There is much disinformation about this, with people saying that he was trying to hide actual instrumental measurements that show a decline in temperature. While not quite that serious, the hiding of the decline is still misleading and anti-scientific.

The video itself is quite funny and features the discredited and fraudulent hockey stick graph which is often thrown around by global warming alarmists even today. The official video has been voluntarily removed from both YouTube and the M4GW site because the image of Mann as well as some of the claymation is copyrighted. Hide The Decline II was created to replace the original so as not to infringe copyrights, but Google decided to remove it from YouTube anyway, for reasons so far unknown.

One copy still available at time of writing: Here