Who’s running The Big Scare Campaign?Â (JoAnn Nova)
Globull worming shysters, working for the UN, want immunity from prosecution. That was part of the discussions Â in Rio…. proof they haven’t been conducting honest research. It was a massive fraud from the very beginning.
Climate Shysters Seek Immunity from Prosecution or Investigation
“Big Green” just seems to keep getting bigger with the new international Green Climate Fund.Â The Green Climate Fund, an offshoot of the United Nations Framework Convention (UNFCCC) on Climate Change, budgeted for some $100 Billion dollars a year, supposedly intended for programs to lower greenhouse gases.
Seeking Immunity from what…?
But before they start, the Green Climate Fund founders want to ensure the organization and its people will enjoy UN-like diplomatic immunity from prosecution or international investigation. This despite the fact that even the UNFCCC is not considered to be part of the UN and not allotted such immunity. More from Â Michelle Stirling-Anosh,Â Yahoo! Contributor Network
Sour reception for carbon tax Climate change: full coverage
Climate change a hoax, Jones tells tax protesters
THE world didn’t end yesterday but Australian democracy died, according to protesters who gathered to make their voices heard in opposition to the carbon price.
About 2000 people marched from Hyde Park to Belmore Park to hear Bronwyn Bishop speak against the government’s Clean Energy Bill, while a much smaller group in Melbourne heard the broadcaster Alan Jones refer to climate change science as ”propaganda”.
”The notion of global warming is a hoax,” Jones told a group of about 150 people on the steps of the Victorian Parliament. ”This is witchcraft. Commonsense will tell you it’s rubbish; 97 per cent of all carbon dioxide occurs naturally … 3 per cent around the world is created by human beings.”
Jones’s station, 2GB, was reprimanded by the Australian Communications and Media Authority last month, after he made multiplication errors in his calculations about atmospheric greenhouse gas levels.
In Sydney, Ms Bishop said the government was trying to use climate change to hold onto power. ”The government is trying to frighten the nation into accepting the need for it, but the Australian people are saying no, they don’t want it,” she said.
”Australia doesn’t have too many international advantages, but one place it does have an advantage is cheap electricity.”
Ms Bishop and a Liberal MP, Craig Kelly, repeated the opposition’s line that MPs would swear a ”blood oath” to repeal the carbon price legislation immediately after the next federal election, should the Coalition win government.
Mr Kelly also accused the government of using ”fear tactics”.
”The worst thing that they’re doing is that they’re scaring our kids,” he said.
The protests were far smaller than last year’s rallies in support of a carbon price, but there was no shortage of placards.
The Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, was depicted as a Soviet army officer and a snake-haired Medusa, while there was also a sprinkling of other banners and signs referring to ”illegals” and ”boat people”.