“Book Review – Climatism“. Anthony Watts has discovered Climatism!, “a wonderful, extremely factual, and very timely book” by “engineer and former business executive” Steve Goreham. William M. Gray, Professor Emeritus, reviews it for him in four short paragraphs. Apparently it’s all down to “world government” and “political chicanery“. Okey dokey.
“From Bonn with Love“. Oooh, this is good. Anthony Watts has posted a blog and video from Count Chocula, I mean The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley (“Global Warming Expert”) talking about tolerance! In particular, the lack of it in others. Monckton was recently famous for calling Jewish environmentalists “Nazis”. Butter wouldn’t melt in his mouth…
He’s also mad that the wealthy nations will foot the bill for an extra two weeks of climate pre-negotiation time in Mexico this December. Taxpayer’s money wasted! Of course the urgency comes from the need to complete the secret ‘world government’ before everyone realises that the whole Climate Change thing is just a made-up excuse to get the real ball rolling.
Also those African delegates can be so cute with their ” charming, old-world courtliness”. Except those “two messily-dressed ladies of uncertain age, with untidy hairdos and a hectoring, bossy manner”.
The video is basically a warning to America that the World Gubmint is coming to take away their freedoms. For no good reason at all.
“Climate Craziness of the Week: British lawyer urges UN to accept ‘ecocide’ as international crime on par with genocide“. Oooh, Anthony Watts hates a do-gooder. Especially if he can link them to the secret world government, one of the many tentacles of which is known to you and I as “The Club of Rome”. Evil! Evil!
There’s a Guardian article about the proposal that has been submitted to the UN.
What’s wrong with industries being required to compensate for the environmental damage that results from their activities? It’s basic Capitalism that the cost of goods should be based on the cost of production. Otherwise, someone’s stealing from someone else.
Or is the principle that nothing should be allowed to get in the way of a business’ profit? I get it muddled up sometimes.