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Global Warming
and the Carbon Tax

Who can we trust?

15 Dec 2007

Nobel Prize winner Al Gore also won an Oscar for his global warming movie.
And who is trying to trick us into paying more taxes and accepting more government agencies and regulations?

You don't have to know anything about science to realize something is suspicious.

Michael Oppenheimer, part of the IPCC group who shared the Nobel Prize with Al Gore

 Consider these points:

•  The attempt to suppress investigations is evidence of criminal behavior
You don't have to know anything about science to realize that the global warming theories are suspicious. All you have to do is notice that the people who are pushing for a carbon tax are trying to suppress other scientists from asking questions. Some scientists have been condemned as "climate deniers":

They also ignore or ridicule the evidence that global warming may be due to the sun. For example, how often do you see serious discussions about the evidence that Mars is also becoming warmer:
• nationalgeographi -mars-warming
• news 1720024

And some reports claim that the sun affects the climate more than people:

The childish insults and the attempt to suppress discussions is identical to that of the Zionist Jews who become hysterical when we question their precious Holocaust. As I mentioned in my documents about the Holocaust, the arresting of Europeans who investigate the Holocaust is evidence that the Jews are lying about it. If the Holocaust stories were true, then the Jews could proudly announce,

"Go ahead and investigate the Holocaust. You will see that we are telling you the truth!"
The same concept applies to the Apollo moon landing, the September 11 attack, and global warming. If the global warming theories were accurate, the scientists who produced them would proudly announce,
"Please verify our work, and investigate further to add even more details."
• Humans may be insignificant to the climate
Until scientists understand the factors that affect the earth's climate, they cannot determine whether humans have a significant effect. How much of an effect as the sun have? How much does the energy output from the sun vary, and how do those variations affect the climate? What effect does the dust from a volcano have on the climate?

As of today, nobody can answers such questions. For all we know, 99.97% of the climate is controlled by the sun, in which case even tiny variations in the sun's energy level will have more of an effect than anything humans do.

•  Our destruction of vegetation may be more significant
For all we know, carbon dioxide emissions from humans have no significant effect on the climate because vegetation may be capable of removing carbon dioxide as fast as we produce it. This assumes there is enough vegetation to deal with the carbon dioxide.

For all we know, we have more of an effect on the climate when we replace vegetation with roads, houses, and other structures, and when we harm vegetation with pollution.

In such a case, the carbon dioxide issue may be resolved by keeping our environment clean and designing cities to have less asphalt and more parks and gardens.

•  Designing better cities is useful regardless of the effect on the climate
We don't know if reducing our production of carbon dioxide will improve the climate, so why bother? Why not wait for some evidence that it would be useful?

Designing better cities with more gardens may not improve the climate, either, but it would make our lives more pleasant. So why not take the option that offers benefits?

• We are fools to expect dishonest governments to fix our problems
Let's assume that we discover proof that humans are indeed ruining the climate of the earth. This brings us to the question, how does paying another tax solve the problem?

In America, for example, we give billions of dollars each year to NASA, and in return they lie to us about space exploration. We give our military a lot of money to protect us, but they use the money to protect Israel, not America. We give our FBI and police departments a lot of money to stop crime, but they use the money to protect the Zionist criminals responsible for 9/11, the breaking of the New Orleans levees, and other crimes. We give a lot of money to our FDA, but in return they suppress Stevia and hemp fiber in order to protect their friends in the sugar and wood pulp industries.

We would be foolish to give more tax money to such dishonest government officials. Our first priority should be to get rid of the Zionists and other criminals in our government, universities, police departments, media, and military. Once we get rid of the criminals, we can start dealing with our other problems.

•  We may prefer a warmer planet
For all we know, most of us would prefer the planet to become warmer. A warmer climate might make some tropical areas too hot for us, but some northern areas might become much more pleasant. It's silly to worry about an issue we don't understand and which we may not have any control over anyway. We need to do more research before we worry about this. We have a natural tendency to resist changes in our lives, but changes are not necessarily bad.

As I pointed out in my earlier article about global warming, the Earth may have been much warmer during the age of the dinosaurs. For all we know, that is why yeast grows best in very warm temperatures, and why mammals developed such high internal temperatures. There may not have been any snow or ice on the Earth until recently (recently in geological terms, not in terms of human lives). In other words, as the temperature of the Earth slowly decreased, some animals developed the ability to maintain the high temperature that their bodies had evolved for.

Don't support criminals!

Everybody involved with environmental organizations should take a critical look at their leadership and ask themselves, "Are these people really trying to help the human race? Or are they members of the Zionist crime network?" Some of the mysterious scientific organizations are:

• IPCC, in Switzerland
• IISD, in Canada
• IIASA, in Austria
• CIRES, in the USA
The photos below are a few of the people from various nations who have been to meetings regarding global warming. How many of these people are honest? How many are Zionist agents? When we ask such questions, we are reprimanded for bringing suspicion on honest investigators, but don't be intimidated!
“How dare you question my honesty! Do you know who I am?

I am Dr. James E. Hansen, Ph.D., M.S., B.A. and a professor at Columbia University. I received the Heinz Environment Award for my global warming research, and Time magazine selected me as one of the most influential people of 2006. I've been on the 60 Minutes television show. And these are just a few of my incredible achievements, you lowlife scum!”

There are certainly some honest scientists involved with climate research, but how we will know when they all associate together? The honest scientists should start separating from the suspicious scientists. Help us to identify the criminal scientists!

Of course, if the global warming issue is anything like 9/11, then some of the scientists who oppose global warming will actually be Zionists who only pretend to oppose it in order to infiltrate and manipulate the opposition to global warming! Hopefully the scientists will be smart enough to understand this concept.

Professor Joseph Stiglitz of Columbia University. Another Nobel prize winner. He was involved with the World Bank. He allowed himself to be interviewed by Alex Jones!

Bert Metz, a government official in the Netherlands. He is very active in pushing climate policies. He is part of the suspicious and mysterious IPCC, which shared the Nobel prize with Al Gore.

José Goldemberg, of Brazil, co-president of the Council of the Global Energy Assessment. Time magazine called him a hero for his work in ethanol production.

Elliot Diringer, of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, another mysterious and suspicious organization.

Jesper Gundermann, Climate Change Advisor in Denmark

Mark Serreze, Professor at University of Colorado and member of CIRES

Jose Romero, Scientific Adviser at the Federal Department of Transport, Communication and Energy in Switzerland

Jean-Pascal van Ypersele is a climatologist at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium

Keywan Riahi, IIASA Staff 

Klaus Radunsky, Federal Environmental Agency in Austria

Makato Kato, Ministry of Environment in Japan

Nebojsa Nakicenovic, a professor in Austria and IIASA Staff

Ronald Flipphi, Ministry of the Environment in Holland

Sigmar Gabriel, Federal Ministry for the Environment in Germany