Saturday, December 04, 2010

Rex on cancun

Another excellent column from climate realist Rex Murphy. He understands the scam. Fortunately climate realism is breaking out all over!
Cancun, Mexico: Not a bad place for a summit, eh?

This global-warming/climate-change stuff is a great racket.

Over in England right now, they’re locked in the jaws of a very early freeze-up. The roads are iced, the plows overworked, and people are angry. But there’s a precious subset of the English population that are not enduring the frigid and premature torments of a northern winter. They’re the climate-change activists, bureaucrats, politicians, puppeteers and NGOs — the class of professional alarmists who’ve been banging on about global warming for close on two decades now. This bunch has exempted itself from the rigors of English November, traded their sackcloth and ashes for sun-wear and tropical breezes.


CanadianSense said...

The train has left the station a long time ago. The public get it, some in the left are still not willing to let go of the socialist one world body.

The party is over. Many of us get it.

Van Rompuy strongly criticised the unwieldy format of the talks, with too many players involved. He urged a concentration on the US, the EU and China, focusing his efforts towards a European-American breakthrough at their summit planned for last May, which in the end did not take place.

Anonymous said...

Frolic in the sun, sand and ocean in an exotic location. The great unwashed will never see these earnest, handwringers (delegates) meeting in Winnipeg or Kiev in January. A pox on all of them - they are an endangered species. Cheers. FernStAlbert

Anonymous said...

I am also hoping the UN (and NGOs) will receive less and less money for Maurice Strong/Soros/etc.'s giant schemes to destroy capitalism, backrupt companies and countries while making a fortune for himself, his friends and the NGO industry.

I Support Lord Black