From David Galland in Casey's Daily Dispatch:
For quite some time now, I have been a big fan of Lord Monckton, a leading debunker of the whole anthropogenic global warming scam.
Among his actions in this regard, he successfully sued to prevent the showing of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth as part of the scientific curriculum of British schools, due to its clear flaws and exaggerations. A British court agreed with him, citing nine specific instances where the information presented as hard science was clearly wrong. He also has a long-standing challenge for Mr. Gore to meet him in an open debate on the topic of global warming, a challenge that has so far been ignored.
Recently Monckton gave a speech in Minnesota that was captured on video. In his 95-minute speech, he goes into detail on the climate change fraud and closes by warning listeners that the agreement that has been drawn up for signature by President Obama and other leaders following the Copenhagen conference this December will essentially cede U.S. sovereignty to the UN. His words have clearly struck a chord with our readers, because I have received no less than five emails this morning with links to Monckton's comments about U.S. sovereignty.
While I haven't had time to look into his claims, I plan on doing so, but in the meantime you can watch the video clip yourself by following the link just below. In the text of the post, you also find a link to the full speech - if you have the time to spare, you'll find it’s time well spent.
Here's the link: http://www.globalclimatescam.com
This is a very important topic - because governments the world over are using it as cover for a huge new body of taxes, regulations, and bureaucracies. While those are bad ideas in the best of times, they'll prove positively poisonous in today's tenuous business climate.
Speak out before it's too late.
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