Ever wonder what Jesus would say about it–about global warming?
Worshippers of the global warming ‘hockey stick’ want us to abandon common sense.
The government-funded scientists believe we shouldn’t look at historical data. Government bureaucrats like Hansen argue that we accept his speculations about climate change even though there is not a shred of evidence that he is capable of foretelling the future.
We know what Hansen and the government say but what would Jesus say? We know that the government wants to rule your life but what about global warming? It is not even remotely true that current temperatures are extraordinary in any way. The Earth has been cooling since the time of Jesus. During the time of the Romans the climate was much warmer than it is today.
The real inconvenient truth is that the earth’s temperature has been falling for 3,000 years as revealed by the Greenland ice core data. Current temperature changes are but tiny blips in the overall cooling. The temperature has dropped some 3.75 degrees Fahrenheit since the Minoan Warm Period some 3,300 years ago. The ultimate irony will be that if the long term trend continues shivering future generations may look back and wonder why we saw warming when the next ice age was staring us in the face. (Meteorologist, Art Horn)
There are 3 billion capitalists in the world living in China, India and Brazil and none of them are listening to the scare tactics of our Western liberals and Leftists. Scare tactics are useful to a bureaucracy grown too large to fail that is now dedicated only to itself and the use of ‘sound government policy’ to plunder the people.
Bloated and dysfunctional Western governments are incapable now of even recognizing all of the harm they are causing. “It has grown into an engorged parasite on the body politic,” and, says Walter Starck, “it will continue to drain the vitality of the productive sector until economic collapse must result… Only government pays people to produce nothing, or to produce things no one wants, or to actively interfere with those producing the things that are needed and wanted. Even when it does try to do useful things, government tends to do so inefficiently, poorly and at high cost. Too much government is the problem. More cannot be the solution. No genuine economic recovery is possible unless government is downsized, basic rights restored and the productive sector permitted to function more freely again.”
We are witness to the failure of dead and dying old Europe. We have heard about the slippery slope of Greece. The example of Wisconsin shows how difficult it is to demand a government that serves the people not itself. Serial bankruptcies on the Left coast are more ringing bells. At the turn of the century we find ourselves stepping back into another Middle Ages–i.e., a time of hardship, sacrifice, misery, poverty and death only this time, ruled over by hypocritical carbon-cannibals of secular, socialist bureaucracy.
And all the while it is global cooling that is now predicted. Some believe it is not a matter of IF but when will the cooling trend stop! And, when it becomes impossible to deny that global cooling happens, shall prospects of global cooling also be considered a disaster?
Nikola Scafetta forecasts a stabilized climate “or cool until 2030-2040,” the result of ‘physical mechanisms’ and the ‘collective synchronization of coupled oscillators,’ like ENSO effects and solar activity. Qing-Bin Lu believes that, “a long-term global cooling starting around 2002 is expected to continue for next five to seven decades.”
If cooler weather is coming or is here – and if climate cycles last 30, 50 or 500 years — despite whatever the challenges may be it will be a free people that will most effectively adapt. People who are free to think and care for their own needs will not be worried about non-problems like drilling for oil and digging coal nor will they entertain the hubris to believe humans are capable of heating the globe when their homes need heating and there’s crops that need seeding and the children need feeding. Who do you think cares about your life, you or the government? The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so. (Ronald Reagan)