A leading scientist writing in the Sunday Telegraph reveals that much of the global climate change hysteria is less about saving the planet than about creating a one-world government. Christopher Monckton says that everyone agrees that the global climate is a little warmer than in the recent past, but the big questions are how much warmer is it, how much warmer will it get, and most importantly what is causing it (with the corollary of “Is it caused by human actions”)?
Monckton says that the prevailing climatology spin that industrialized civilization has been causing irreversible global warming is big hoax and that the biggest proponents of the idea know it.
In 1995, David Deming, a geoscientist at the University of Oklahoma, had written an article reconstructing 150 years of North American temperatures from borehole data. He later wrote: “With the publication of the article in Science, I gained significant credibility in the community of scientists working on climate change. They thought I was one of them, someone who would pervert science in the service of social and political causes. One of them let his guard down. A major person working in the area of climate change and global warming sent me an astonishing email that said: ‘We have to get rid of the Medieval Warm Period.’ “
So they did.
This is an exact corollary of the UN’s anti-population agenda. Their own Population Division comes up with statistics showing population collapses in the West and the need for growing populations even in the Third World and also showing that global population growth is not out of control like we’re told. Then the very political UN Population Fund and the CEDAW Implementation Committees twist the data or bury it and enforce the dogma that the world is overpopulated and that backward Catholic countries must legalize abortion and birth control and begin sterilization programs for the poor.
Anyway, if you go back to the article, you’ll see evidence for Monckton’s conclusions. All the rest of the week, he’ll have further articles on the matter as well.