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GWPF & FPA Press Briefing with Myron Ebell. 30 January 2017.

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posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 04:12 PM
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London press briefing with Myron Ebell organised by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) and the Foreign Press Association (FPA).Informative video if you have an hour to spare.
Obama was all for expensive energy.
A country lives and dies on it's energy policy, Obama was killing his own country.
People finally woke up.
"the fact is that whenever the energy rates go up in one part of the world, the economic activity associated with that energy moves to another part of the world.
Trudeau is going to kill Canada's economy, it will move to the US, Trump is smart.


Oh, and for those who don't believe it, here's obama stating what would happen to electricty rates, straight from the jackasses mouth.
This one's under a minute.

edit on 31-1-2017 by D8Tee because: (no reason given)




posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 04:21 PM
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a reply to: D8Tee

Obama was right about rise of prices for electricity... when's the last time prices went down?

People would be wise to invest in solar arrays and or wind power generation on a personal level.



posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 04:54 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: D8Tee

Obama was right about rise of prices for electricity... when's the last time prices went down?

People would be wise to invest in solar arrays and or wind power generation on a personal level.


Yea, ok. Work out the economics on that for me, without govt subsidies would ya?

Obama said "under MY PLAN, electricity rates will SKYROCKET"

This isn't about prices going up with inflation, this was a plan to change to renewables which would make the prices go up past the point where industry could afford them. Moving the industry to a less expensive country would be the only viable option, you just don't get it.



posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 05:03 PM
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a reply to: D8Tee


Yea, ok. Work out the economics on that for me, without govt subsidies would ya?

The "economics" aren't important. If you consider having power as opposed to not having it. How much does it cost to have a generator, flashlight, solar array on the roof? Doesn't matter if the infrastructure fails.

How much money is put into coal fired power plants, nuclear power plants, power distribution?

Who cares, I got my own...

As long as the wind blow, grass grow and sky is blue...



posted on Jan, 31 2017 @ 08:05 PM
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a reply to: intrptr

No, that is not looking out for the nations interests.
That is self centered and short sighted.
and YES the economics of most everything does matter.
Utopian dreams are for those that have yet to grow up.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 09:17 AM
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originally posted by: D8Tee
a reply to: intrptr

No, that is not looking out for the nations interests.
That is self centered and short sighted.
and YES the economics of most everything does matter.
Utopian dreams are for those that have yet to grow up.

Oh I get it. independence and self sufficiency are childish.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:32 PM
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James Delingpole

I’ve just watched the London liberal media’s heads exploding like ripe watermelons.

It was great – a bit like that No Pressure video that the enviro-loons made a few years ago, only better because this time the victims weren’t blameless schoolchildren but grisly, puffed-up, righteously eco, Trump-and-Brexit-hating TV and newspaper Environment Correspondents, all of whom hate my guts. (They hate yours too, so don’t get smug.)

The occasion was a press conference hosted by the Global Warming Policy Foundation for Myron Ebell, head of the Trump administration’s Environmental Protection Agency transition team. Satan’s Emissary, as liberals prefer to think of him.

Ebell had come to tell them about Trump’s plans for the environment and energy, which I won’t repeat here because you know them already. (It’s going to be beautiful, that’s all you need to remember.)

No, the reason I went wasn’t to hear what Ebell had to say but to watch how his audience reacted.

You know that scene in The Omen when Damien’s parents try to take him into a church? It was a bit like that. Or maybe the one in The Exorcist, where Regan’s head does a 360 degree spin.

They hated it. (Especially the bit where Ebell told them that Trump would definitely be pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate treaty) They couldn’t believe what they were hearing. They curled their lips. They laced their questions with the bitterest scorn. But they didn’t really tune into Ebell’s measured, silken, soft-spoken answers because, hell, they knew what he was saying just had to be wrong and they didn’t really understand what he meant anyway.

The reporter who set the tone – and if nothing else, you’ve got to admire his honesty – was the one from Channel 4 News who told Ebell: “It will occur to you that this room is full of people like myself who consider that nothing you say has any basis in fact. So what you’ve been telling us is essentially meaningless.”

Ebell replied with some painful home truths. “Elections are surprising things…” he began and went on to explain to the mystified audience why and how it was that Brexit happened and Trump happened.

Basically, he argued – perhaps channelling Michael Gove – people have had enough of the “Expertariat”. And with good reason: “The expert class is full of arrogance and hubris.”

I did debate with myself beforehand whether or not to a five hour round trip just to attend this one hour conference. (There was another Breitbart piece I’d been planning, which might have been cleverer or more interesting or got more traffic, I don’t know.)

But, hell, it was worth it for a number of reasons.

One was the joy of watching the feline Ebell goading the audience with his amused erudition, sweet politeness, and crushing one liners. He’s a cultured, fearsomely intelligent man: Cambridge-educated. (Bizarrely, he was a friend there of Oliver Wetwin, though I don’t think their politics much align these days.)

When the press essentially accused Ebell of representing evil oil interests, he replied by noting the vast power and corruption of what he called the Climate Industrial Complex – from grant-grubbing scientists to regulation-hungry rent-seeking businesses – which feeds on the global warming scam.

When someone invoked battery technology and Elon Musk, he quietly wondered how “the largest recipient of federal taxpayer subsidies in the history of the world” could be represented as any kind of role model.

When asked about the Endangered Species Act he replied – to audible gasps of disgust and hatred – that he’d been trying to reform it for years (without much success) because it didn’t do much for endangered species but did an awful lot of damage to private property and land use rights.

Perhaps the main reason for going, though, was to witness at first hand one of the main reasons why the Great Global Warming Scamsters have got away with so much for so long: the abject failure of the media to do its job and interrogate the alarmist narrative.

The press comes in for a lot of stick. But though I think that on the whole journalists are a lot more principled, brave, and committed species than they are generally given credit for, I’d certainly make an exception for those in the Energy, Environment, and Climate sectors.

With one or two exceptions – none immediately spring to mind, but I’m sure there some – they are a bunch of despicable fails. They’re far too much in bed with the environmental movement; far too ready to transcribe their stories almost verbatim from the press releases of Greenpeace and the WWF or whichever renewable energy outfit has given them the sweet-talk; and far, far too reluctant to question the bull# fed to them by the compromised scientists who have been milking the climate scare for the last four decades.

Unfortunately, I arrived too late to catch the bit in the conference where someone asked Myron Ebell what Stephen K. Bannon, Trump’s chief policy adviser, thought about climate change.

“Well you can get an idea from the fact that when he was at Breitbart the guy he recruited to write about it was James Delingpole…” Ebell said.

No wonder I got so many hate-filled glares when I poked my head into the crowded room, 15 minutes late.

The feeling’s mutual. But that’s OK because I’m on the right side of history, whereas their view of the world is toast. Welcome to the suck, guys. It’s only just beginning…



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