Monday, August 10, 2009

The Myth Of Man-Caused Global Warming Is Evil And Kills

The myth of man-caused global warming is evil because it kills people, literally. Consider for a moment what it must be like to be one of the billions of people on Earth who have no electricity, no fuel and no vehicles. These are people who can barely produce enough food to feed themselves, much less provide the other necessities of life.

Now consider how cruel it is to deny them the fossil fuels needed to generate that electricity, power those vehicles, produce and deliver that food, provide needed jobs, and do a host of other things most of us take for granted. Then think about how unrealistic it is to claim that this needed energy can be provided by wind turbines, solar panels or ethanol from food crops like corn.

Now consider the efforts to stop global warming or control climate change by reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Ask yourselves who is truly evil, those who produce those fossil fuels and generate that electricity, or those who promote "cap and trade (taxation)", all in the name of "saving the environment". Al Gore, how can you look at yourself in the mirror. Consider the following article.
"Notable Quotes"

"The real problem isn’t questionable or fake science, hysterical claims and worthless computer models that predict global warming disasters. It’s that they’re being used to justify telling Africans that we shouldn’t build coal or natural gas electrical power plants. It’s that the almost total absence of electricity is keeping us from creating jobs and becoming modern societies. It’s that these policies KILL.

Those anti-electricity policies are keeping us impoverished. Not having electricity also means disease and death. It means millions die from lung infections, because they have to cook and heat with open fires ….. Telling Africans they can’t have electricity and economic development – except what can be produced with some wind turbines or little solar panels – is immoral. It is a crime against humanity.


Fiona Kobusingye, a Co-ordinator of the Congress of Racial Equality Uganda:

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