Thursday, 17 December 2009

Wasta est

It's freezing in Copenhagen. Snowing. Yet still the nutcases are going to flush 100 billion of other peoples (Yours and mine) money down the economic toilet? I know Gordon Brown is so far over the insanity event horizon even the Hubble couldn't get a decent photograph, but the rest?

Even with the current public mood against it, the current 'leadership' of the western world seems hell bent on committing economic suicide. Brown foremost amongst them. He doesn't care because electorally he's toast anyway next election. What is that idiot on?

Any treaty coming out of the Copenhagen talks faces stiff electoral opposition in the USA and Canada at least. Senates must ratify treaties of this nature with a pretty stiff majority and there will be stiff lobbying against ratification. Unlike the UK, where Gordon the moron would cheerfully sign anything put in front of him, even his own death warrant. Hmm, there's an idea. No need to read it sir, just sign there.

One of the things that has continually bothered me about this whole affair is why? The science isn't remotely settled, no matter what the fanatics say. CO2 has no direct causation of the climate. Considering what is currently public domain, only someone with a very tenuous grip on reality or stands to make a serious wedge out of said fiction would insist that it has. CO2 is a symptom, not the disease, if disease there is. You can sign all the bits of paper you like and wreck the western economies, but it won't change the weather.

Should any such 'treaty' be ratified the result may well be, as the Latin from the English Doomsday book says; 'wasta est' (It is a waste).

However, our Mainstream media north of the 49th parallel seems to have had an outbreak of sanity, so perhaps there is hope yet. See five vids posted below. A heartfelt 'get well soon' to Lord Monckton of Brenchley following his heavy handed treatment in Copenhagen. Oh, and sue your assailants to perdition. Although I don't think he'll need much encouragement.

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3


Part 4


Part 5


H/T Plato Says, and welcome to the sidebar your supreme capricious majesty.

1 comment:

Henry Crun said...

Bill, but of course everyone at Copenhagen is going along with the fraud. No one wants to be the one that points out that the emperor has no clothes.

Probably why Vaclav Klaus wasn't invited.

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