For Progressives, No Lie Is Too Big To Retain Power

Ezra Klein says that “we’re on pace to blow through two degrees warming” and that he wants Al Gore to be president to stop that.

ScreenHunter_7992 Mar. 18 06.26Al Gore should run for president – Vox

Actual measurements of the Earth’s troposphere show that it isn’t warming at all, and the scientific literature is full of excuses for the “pause”

ScreenHunter_7991 Mar. 18 06.26

Trenberth said “we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment, and it is a travesty that we can’t

Even if temperatures were increasing and it was driven by CO2 – control would be in China’s hands, not the US. China will be producing 400% of US emissions by 2030.

Facts are irrelevant to progressives. No lie is too big in their effort to retain power.

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6 Responses to For Progressives, No Lie Is Too Big To Retain Power

  1. nigelf says:

    Yes, lie to get or keep power and then force the rest of us to live their idea of Utopia at the barrel of a gun.
    They would kill their own grandmother to keep power.

  2. Martin says:

    Trenberth said it was a travesty not a tragedy

  3. Wasn’t 2009 also the year scientists said that the world was really going heat up much faster over the next five years? Which it hasn’t. At all.

    Why, yes, indeed, that was the year they said that.

  4. Disillusioned says:

    On this course, , better not sell your coat just yet.

  5. gator69 says:

    Lies to retain power, and power to retain lies.

  6. DD More says:

    “The World Bank says there is “no certainty that adaptation to a 4°C world is possible.”

    They may want to watch their back as the Chinese seem to be taking over their turf.

    France, Germany and Italy have agreed to follow Britain’s lead and join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Financial Times reported, quoting European officials.
    The newspaper said the decision by the four countries to become members of the AIIB was a major diplomatic setback for Washington, which has questioned if the new bank will have high standards of governance and environmental and social safeguards.
    The AIIB was launched in Beijing last year to spur investment in Asia in transportation, energy, telecommunications and other infrastructure. It was seen as a rival to the Western-dominated World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.

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