Taxpayer Funded Sabotage in the Guise of Environmental Protection

SINISTER UN AGENDA 21 BEING IMPLEMENTED IN CANADA

Brian Lilley and Ileana Johnson discuss the details of the very real and very dangerous globalist Agenda 21 plan and what it will mean for Canadians.

And here, in Australia:

Minister and ABC producer declares scepticsm a “disorder”

In fact, so convinced is he of the global warming faith – and so few sceptics has he apparently met as a minister, lecturer and ABC producer – that he considers scepticism not the product of reason but of sickness.  (Whole article below the fold.)

Funding cut to Environmental Defender’s Offices described as ‘barbaric’

Warmies have had fun for at least 20 years, much of it using public money.

This was never about the environment.  It was never about environmental protection either. It was Red-Green collectivism in the guise of environmental protection, a scam to syphon taxpayer dollars off to sabotage economic activity.

A nationwide network of legal centres providing representation for environment-related cases deemed to be in the public interest have had their funding cut by the Federal Government. (ABC)

Related:

Not all warmies are criminals, but:

WARMY JAILED

Tim Blair –

Climate change official John Beale is going to the big house after claiming to be a CIA spy working in Pakistan so he could avoid his real job:

In September, Beale pleaded guilty to theft of government property and agreed to pay $886,186 in restitution and to forfeit another $507,207. On Wednesday he was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison …

Beale was no low-level bureaucrat, unknown to senior officials and operating in the depths of the agency. He was among the EPA’s most senior, most highly paid officials, one entrusted with formulating the agency’s most controversial policies. Thus the consequences of his EPA tenure go far beyond the specific fraud for which he will now go to prison …

Beale’s attorney John Kern says his client “has come to recognize that, beyond the motive of greed, his theft and deception were animated by a highly self-destructive and dysfunctional need to engage in excessively reckless, risky behavior.” Mr. Kern adds that Beale was motivated “to manipulate those around him through the fabrication of grandiose narratives” because of “his insecurities.”

He’s a typical warmy, in other words, with his community’s usual fantasy addictions:

Beale secured a coveted handicap parking spot at the workplace he wasn’t going to by claiming to have malaria, which he didn’t, from serving in Vietnam, where he’d never been.

So what did Beale get up to during all his years of office dodging?

When Huvelle asked Beale what he was doing when he claimed he was working for the CIA, he said, “I spent time exercising. I spent a lot of time working on my house.”

He also said he used the time “trying to find ways to fine tune the capitalist system” to discourage companies from damaging the environment. “I spent a lot of time reading on that,” said Beale.

The former EPA climate guru now has another 32 peaceful months to continue his research. Summary from Michelle Cottle :

In the case of Beale’s fabulism, bigger really was better. At least, that is, until it landed him in federal court. But, hell, it took them 20 years to catch him. Just think of all the fun he had in the meantime.

Warmies have had fun for at least 20 years, much of it using public money. A terrible reckoning now draws nigh.

Minister and ABC producer declares scepticsm a “disorder”

Andrew Bolt

Chris Mulherin has exactly the beliefs on global warming you’d expect from his profile, so closely does he (and the ABC) hew to the stereotype:


Freelance writing & radio production, ABC Radio National 2010–present

Associate Minister, St Jude’s Anglican Church, Carlton 2007–present

Adjunct lecturer and tutor, University of Melbourne, Ridley Melbourne, Melbourne School of Theology, MCD University of Divinity 2007–present

In fact, so convinced is he of the global warming faith – and so few sceptics has he apparently met as a minister, lecturer and ABC producer – that he considers scepticism not the product of reason but of sickness. Writing in The Melbourne Anglican:

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What treatment would Mulherin suggest for my disorder – an exorcism, shock therapy or some needles? Is there a clinic that specialises in the treatment? Should some of the world’s great climate scientists – Professor Richard Lindzen, for instance – be forced to take treatment, too, and is Mulherin just the man to give it to them, his eyes bright with faith?