The Climate Change agenda

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:18 pm

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Who ever said that marxism, socialist politics, central planning, redistribution of wealth, reliance on public transport, more restricted access to energy and technology in the second and third worlds, high energy costs to the poor and middle class, carbon taxes, energy and transportation and other regressive forms of taxation, big bussiness passing on greater costs to every day joes, cap and trade, less and lower paying jobs, loss of indvidual freedom, bureaucratic red tape, needless rules and regulations...ect... create a better world????

The very idea that carbon dioxide is a pollution, or that it harms rain forests (plants live on it), or dirties water is absurd!
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:34 pm

And on the issue of energy independence, the green agenda will guarantee that will not happen and it could be happening right now!
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby OpanaPointer » Tue Sep 09, 2014 5:41 pm

Dave Saxton wrote:
OpanaPointer wrote:Image



Who ever said that marxism, socialist politics, central planning, redistribution of wealth, reliance on public transport, more restricted access to energy and technology in the second and third worlds, high energy costs to the poor and middle class, carbon taxes, energy and transportation and other regressive forms of taxation, big bussiness passing on greater costs to every day joes, cap and trade, less and lower paying jobs, loss of indvidual freedom, bureaucratic red tape, needless rules and regulations...ect... create a better world????

Your strawman is on fire, and that's causing global warming by itself.
The very idea that carbon dioxide is a pollution, or that it harms rain forests (plants live on it), or dirties water is absurd!

Buncha stupid scientist! What do they know!

"I told Orville, I told Wilbur, and now I'm tellin' YOU. That thing will never get off the ground."

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby frontkampfer » Tue Sep 09, 2014 5:53 pm

With you all the way on this Dave!
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Tue Sep 09, 2014 6:51 pm

frontkampfer wrote:With you all the way on this Dave!

Thanks. My list is the results of the proposed solutions to the make believe crisis. The proposed solutions must be what it is really all about. As Byron says follow the money and who benefits.

Buncha stupid scientist! What do they know!


I hope that people will take the time to read what this bunch of stupid scientists have to say about the quality and integrity of the climate change "science":

http://climateaudit.org/2014/09/06/the- ... /#comments
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby OpanaPointer » Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:08 pm

Yep, <3% of the scientists who actually work on this stuff agree with you, but that's enough, right?

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:28 pm

Actually just one. I'm in agreement with my good friend who earned a phd in paloclimatology and who tutored me on this issue.
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby OpanaPointer » Wed Sep 10, 2014 1:20 am

Dave Saxton wrote:Actually just one. I'm in agreement with my good friend who earned a phd in paloclimatology and who tutored me on this issue.

That's nice.

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Steve Crandell » Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:22 am

Dave Saxton wrote:Actually just one. I'm in agreement with my good friend who earned a phd in paloclimatology and who tutored me on this issue.


Yes, and your friend is of course correct and most everyone else is wrong.

Ignoring climate change ... are you actually suggesting that the horrible pollution in some cities is desirable and that nothing needs to be done about it because it would hurt our economy? And that anyone who wants to clean that up is a bad person?

Do you also believe in Divine Creation, and that the world is only a few thousand years old?

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Wed Sep 10, 2014 2:19 pm

Oh, I my friend hardly stands alone in the scientific community. I doubt he and many of his peers were among the 97% and 3% of those surveyed. They are not going to stick their necks out and sacrifice their careers given the Orwellian "climate" that surrounds this issue. And who can blame them for that?

There is hardly a causal relationship between seasonal urban pollution and climate change. Such an assumption would be just as faulty as assuming that climate change is driven by man made co2 emissions, which now thoroughly discredited hypothetical models only indicate, or that Marxism can stop it if true...... Or that Marxism creates a better world.
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby OpanaPointer » Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:12 pm

So, you're more worried about the Red Menace that about the survival of the species? I see that a lot.

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:39 pm

OpanaPointer wrote:So, you're more worried about the Red Menace that about the survival of the species? I see that a lot.

Which is more harmful?
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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Dave Saxton » Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:41 pm

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby OpanaPointer » Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:47 pm

Dave Saxton wrote:
OpanaPointer wrote:So, you're more worried about the Red Menace that about the survival of the species? I see that a lot.

Which is more harmful?

The death of the human race would be more deleterious.

And I don't chase links.

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Re: The Climate Change agenda

Postby Steve Crandell » Wed Sep 10, 2014 4:16 pm

It really doesn't matter whether the "Climate Change agenda" is real or not. The amount of the real wealth in the world is increasingly being concentrated in the hands of a smaller and smaller percentage of the population. Discussions like this are irrelevant, because those people are largely going to do what makes them more wealthy, and they increasingly control the opinion of everyone else by controlling the media.


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