Growing Pressure for Clexit – (even from France)
And it’s Time to Defund all UN Climate bodies
Viv Forbes 25 September 2018
President Trump has extinguished all hopes that USA will join the Paris Climate Agreement. Since then, other countries are heading towards the Climate Exit. An increasing number of prominent people are joining the campaign to counter the falsehood that man-made CO2 emissions drive global climates, and to expose the threat that UN agencies will take control of every aspect of our lives. The list of dissidents includes:
Tim Ball of Canada led the rush for the exit:
“Canada has more culpability than any other nation for creating and perpetuating the climate deception. It is not an exaggeration to say that Canada was central to creating and mobilizing the false claim of anthropogenic global warming (AGW).”
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Marc Marano from USA continues to press the need for Clexit:
Graham Williamson from Australia explains why this is not just about climate alarm and the war on coal – there is a far deeper agenda. This not-so-secret agenda covers climate regulations and carbon taxes, paying climate “debts’, enforcing sustainability, control of education, wealth re-distribution, enforcing a new world order, controlling national boundaries and migration, enforcing global environmental laws and preventing environmental backsliding by deplorables.
“We also need UNexit.”
Once we are out of the Paris Climate Agreement we should review our membership of and contributions to all UN Agencies that threaten our sovereignty and our prosperity.
Go here to read more and comment: https://clexit.net/2018/09/19/from-clexit-to-unexit/
See also: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/green-dictatorship.pdf
Nils-Axel Morner from Sweden supports the need for world-wide Clexit and writes on the treason of the Swedish establishment:
“The Bolin-Palme treason against Science, the IPCC and Paris illusions, and a Clexit solution.”
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Professor Bernard Beauzamy from Paris says:
“France Too Needs to Clexit the Paris Climate Agreement.”
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Roger Tattersall from UK (which is battling to escape the suffocating blanket of the EU Brexit and Clexit.) writes:
“Brexit and Clexit – Leave-Means-Leave”
The UK’s political class is being dragged reluctantly towards taking Britain out the EU as the majority of the electorate instructed them to do in the 2016 Brexit referendum.
People power is also asserting itself on climate policy as voters wake up to the facts:
- So-called “renewable energy” is expensive and unreliable.
- Carbon taxes are unpopular and damage economies.
- The largest countries such as the USA, China, India and Russia are not committing to significant real emissions reduction.
- There is no convincing evidence that reducing emissions will make a measurable reduction to global surface temperature (even if that was a worthwhile goal).
Researcher Bjorn Lomborg recently published a paper in which he estimates that even using the IPCC’s own inflated formulas that relate global temperatures to atmospheric CO2, economy-crippling reductions in emissions might reduce surface temperature by an unmeasurable 0.02o C to 0.05o C by the year 2100. Meanwhile these emission-reduction rules are killing the economy and inflating electricity prices. Plain common sense tells us that these policies are wasting resources and money.
Moreover, the science is not settled. At the recent Porto Climate Conference, presentations were made by experts on diverse subjects including:
- CO2 sensitivity (low),
- sea level changes (1.1mm/year globally),
- the insignificance of bovine flatulence,
- the possibility that it is atmospheric mass which affects surface temperature rather than the percentages of ‘greenhouse gases’ in the atmosphere,
- the tragic loss of life in the Grenfell tower inferno which was caused by EU regulations driven by “climate-scare”.
In addition, climate policies tied to foreign aid are forcing African people to continue cooking over charcoal and dung because electrical power generation on a large scale is deemed “undesirable”. And while boosting the use of biomass may help “green energy” statistics, it also shortens lives and reduces the ability of African societies to add value to the raw materials they produce. There are also knock-on effects which are driving mass migration.
Climate change is not the problem – climate policy is! We urge all Governments to exit their destructive climate policies.
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Herman A (Alex) Pope (retired from NASA in Houston in 2007) writes:
“Climate changes in natural cycles and man does not cause them.”
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Jerry Ellis AO (Retired Chairman BHP, retired Chancellor Monash University, and retired Chairman of Landcare) says:
“I hope our new government abandons the Paris Agreement.”
He is supported by Bob Beatty, Brisbane, who says –
“Australia must Clexit – Leave While We Still Can.”
Jane M. Orient, M.D., physician, President Doctors for Disaster Preparedness says: “Why We Should all Clexit.”
She also invites us to take this Climate change IQ Test:
Finally, Germany’s Grand Plan to Abolish Carbon Fuels Fails:
And the UN admits that the Paris deal was a fraud:
The globalists made enormous gains while western politicians and media were mired in petty politics. We need to recognise the big picture, roll back the totalitarian green tide and push the need for Clexit and UNexit.
Australian Politicians again show “Real Genius”.
by Viv Forbes
(with help from volunteer editors)
Back in the chaotic dying days of the Whitlam-Cairns-Connor government, Canberra was buzzing with Rex Connor’s grand plans for nationalisation of the mining industry, a national energy grid and gas pipelines linking the NW Shelf to the capital cities, all to be funded by massive foreign loans arranged by a mysterious Pakistani named Khemlani. Malcolm Frazer staged a parliamentary revolt. The economy slumped.
A British observer at that time was asked who was the greater Prime Minister – Harold Wilson or Gough Whitlam. He replied:
“Any fool can bugger up Britain but it takes real genius to bugger up Australia.”
Australian politicians are again showing real genius.
Now, we have incredible tri-partisan plans to cover the continent with a spider-web of transmission lines connecting wind/solar “farms” sending piddling amounts of intermittent power to distant consumers and to expensive battery and hydro backups – all funded by electricity consumers, tax-assisted speculators and foreign debt.
We are the world’s biggest coal exporter but have not built a big coal-fired power station for 11 years. We have massive deposits of uranium but 100% of this energy is either exported, or sterilised by the Giant Rainbow Serpent, or blocked by the Green-anti’s.
Australia suffers recurrent droughts but has not built a major water supply dam for about 40 years, and the average age of our hydro-electric plants is 48 years. And when the floods do come, desperate farmers watch as years of rain water rush past to irrigate distant oceans.
Once, Australia was a world leader in exploration and drilling – it is now a world leader in legalism, red tape and environmental obstructionism.
Once, Canberra and the states encouraged oil and gas exploration with geological mapping and research – now they restrict land and sea access and limit exports.
Once, Australia was a world leader in refining metals and petroleum – now our expensive unreliable electricity and green tape are driving these industries and their jobs overseas.
Once, Australia’s CSIRO was respected for research that supported industry and for doing useful things like controlling rabbits and prickly pear and developing better crops and pastures. Now CSIRO panders to global warming hysteria and promotes the fairy story that carbon taxes and emissions targets can change the world’s climate.
Once, young Australians excelled in maths, science and engineering. Now, they are brain-washed in gender studies, green energy non-science and environmental activism.
Once, Australians were proud of our history, our ancestors and our achievements – now we are supposed to feel guilty and apologise.
Once, Australia had a big coastal fleet carrying passengers and goods and catching fish. Now our roads are clogged with cars and freight and we import seafood.
Once, the opening of a railway or the discovery of oil, coal, nickel or uranium made headlines. Today’s Aussies harass explorers and developers, and queue at the release of the latest IPad.
As Australia’s first people discovered, if today’s Australians lack the will or the knowledge to use our great natural resources, more energetic people will take them off us.
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September 26, 2018 at 01:58AM