For at least a decade we have been told by the UN/IPCC, by most government media and officials, by many politicians, and by the Green “charities” and their media friends that “the science is settled”. We are lectured by Hollywood stars, failed politicians and billionaire speculators that anyone who opposes the World War on Carbon Dioxide is ignorant, mischievous or supporting some hidden vested interest. We endure calls for an end to free speech for climate sceptics, smearing with derogatory terms like “denier”, and even aggressive punishments like dismissal and legal action against sceptics for speaking out. The new low is the use of anti-racketeer legislation against sceptics: RICO against Climate Deniers
The Met Police have announced 600 new anti terror “police” will be a visible presence on the streets. This looks like a lot of street theatre with over dressed actor clowns but… It will be hard to miss them in these costumes… Daily Mail New Terror “Police” Hit London A further update reveals more armed police […]
I came up with an idea. It is based on the European Parliament’s resolution passed on 22 November 1990, shortly after the Gladio affair was exposed. They condemned the secret terrorist armies that were operating in Europe and called on the authorities concerned to take the necessary steps to call the action off. But what follow-up was there? My idea is to encourage anyone in a position to do so to put a resolution to any groups that they may be members of, such as political groups or peace groups, to call for a report on the follow-up from that resolution. It’s a simple idea, and since we are using official sources, would make any suggestion that we ourselves are ‘conspiracy theorists’ ludicrous. No-one could reasonably refuse such an idea. Whether or not such proposals for resolutions are accepted, they can be used to publicise the content amongst the members and the public.