Friday, December 7, 2007

MMPMGW

That's Man Made Politically-Motivated Global Warming. Just so you know I'm not the only blogger that thinks the MMGW movement is a lightly veiled world-wide liberal power grab with the endgame being a world government administered by, you guessed it, the ever more corrupt and misguided United Nations...

Brent @ Anti-Strib today:

So, two days ago, the Star Tribune ran this piece:

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd urged the United States to follow his country's lead and ratify the Kyoto Protocol, while rich and poor nations appeared divided Wednesday over what a future climate change pact should look like.

Rudd signed documents this week to formally adopt the accord that caps greenhouse gas emissions, reversing a decade of Australian resistance and leaving the United States as the only industrialized country to refuse to sign on.

Then yesterday they ran this:


…newly installed Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd reversed his country's long-standing policy by signing the Kyoto pact Monday, leaving the United States as the only major industrialized country to reject the agreement. Rudd called on the U.S. to follow his lead, and the Australian delegation basked in applause and accolades at the opening of the conference in Bali.

And today what do they run?

NOTHING…nothing at all…in fact, all you hear are crickets. So, why is this a problem with me?

Because there has been a new development with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd that doesn’t mesh with the MSM’s push to get you to believe in MMGW, and so they are refusing to report it.


PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd last night did an about-face on deep cuts to greenhouse gas emissions, days after Australia's delegation backed the plan at the climate talks in Bali.
A government representative at the talks this week said Australia backed a 25-40 per cent cut on 1990 emission levels by 2020.

But after warnings it would lead to huge rises in electricity prices, Mr Rudd said the Government would not support the target.

3 comments:

Kermit said...

I had to laugh at the fact that an earthquake hit Bali just as the Enlightened Ones were convening.

jkruse said...

That really is funny.

Bike Bubba said...

Funny, and sad--we're owed the whole story, no?