9 posts • joined Tuesday 28th October 2008 13:17 GMT
There is no problem with the use of PVC and BFRs according to industry experts and Dr Patrick Moore, one of the founders of this eco-maniac organisation
Where the protests?
How come the British public puts up with this? Are they so busy scoffing their faces or do they really hug trees and worship Gaia? Or are Britons so lacking in balls that they cannot protest because they fear some silly camera is watching them?
Cliimate change is natural
Cliimate change is natural, taxing carbon is organised crime. What are they going to come up with to explain we're now in a cooling period not a warming period except getting the likes of Harrabin and Black at the BBC to keep turning up the paranoia?
Capitalism not to blame
Capitalism has no blame here. Banks hire credit agencies so that they don't have to give loans to people with low credit ratings. The problem started when leading Democrat politicians, lawyers and "grassroots" organisations such as ACORN took banks to court to force them to lend money and give mortgages to people who couldn't afford them by arguing that the banks were "discriminating against the poor". Banks like Citibank lost in court and other banks were subject to intimidation tactics by ACORN members and related radical organisers. It's no surprise to find that Barack Obama was a lawyer in one of these cases and he still thinks lending money to the poor was a good idea at the time. He also took over $120,000 from Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
Just go look at the huge amount of evidence proving that Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae's misfortunes were known about years ago and that leading Democrats covered up the problems and were offered high paid jobs for their "services".
The media won't mention any of this of course as they beatify Obama before he even lifts his hand to miraculously save the world from problems that people like him created.
Was Capitalism to blame? No. We have Radical Leftism and government intrustion to blame. The market was going along swimmingly well without both.
Transparent my arse
if it is transparent can we ask Dear Leader Obama the following:
-Why he said he takes no money from the oil industry when execs and their relatives have given him over $250,000.
-Why he pretends to have nothing to do with the credit crisis when it was the likes of him and groups like ACORN who took the banks to court in order to get mortgages for people who couldn't afford them
-Why he keeps flip flopping on Iraqi security and why he thinks it was better to keep Saddam in power instead of liberating the country
-Who convinced him that manmade global warming is a reality and the planet is in peril when there's no evidence to suggest such doom, he isn't a scientist, and he has no scientific advisors
-Why he said he would like to bankrupt the coal industry with expensive cap and trade schemes and put over 100,000 out of work because of it
-Why he said he intends a mandatory draft of a million or more unemployed youths for civil service and to inspect our homes and offices for "energy efficiency"
-What he meant when he said he can't find "salvation" without saving others
-What he meant when he said the US Constitution is flawed because it protects civilians from too much government control of their lives
As long as something can reproduce or be recycled then we have near unlimited resources and capacity for growth. And then there's our future adventures into space is certain lobbies would get out of the way of industry.
My answer is simply this: Make me pay taxes or force me to ration my already voluntarily meager lifestyle in order to enrichen the power of the elites, then I'll support whatever it takes to restore democratic accountability. Your piss take doesn't count as anything.
Only one choice left
I thought about this "Ecocracy" issue long and hard now. The government and media have left no more space for debate. Scientists and the electorate no longer have any say in the Climate Change (non-)debate. The coming fall of democracy through socialisation and rationing is what these elitists are imposing on us to keep themselves and their children in power. Green-collar jobs they say? Isn't that a way of creating a government sponsored policing force who will stifle all criticism of the Ecocratic establishment in order to protect their "eco-jobs"? The last time such a thing was done was in the 1920s-30s. They were called Brownshirts and Blackshirts back then.
So what choice do we have left to stand up for common sense in the face of this massive elitists robbery (carbon trading) which will come out of our pockets and could easily reach deeper into our private lives?
The eco-lobby used violence, bribery and extortion to win the ear of these politicians. Do we now have to do the same to defend democracy, the enlightenment and common sense? It seems we might have to raise an army. And if said army results in a couple of Oswalds acting on their own volition then so be it.
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