posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 02:26 PM
why not? cross referencing and posting in the appropriate threads (as opposed to spamming active threads while neglecting the rest) takes
advantage of hyperlinking and that's what much of the internet is about, right?
An excellent point.
if global warming PR and oil price speculation are two aspects of the same agenda, doesn't it follow that some entity has control over media,
oil markets and governments? not to forget a few million devout forum posters spamming the same 'CO2 is a GHG' into every other thread.
The media? I'd say yes, definitely. Just look at the lack of coverage the loss of our democratic right to vote on the Lisbon treaty got by the MSM -
My post on this is in the "Breaking News" section.
Governments? I'm sure they're already under the control of others anyway. Look at how they suddenly jumped in and started saying we must raise taxes
etc.. in the name of GW, whilst ignoring the single biggest thing any of us could do and that's plant trees!
We don't need to spend millions in some third world country somewhere - we need to put all the trees back that we lost of the decades. Just look at
the rate of destruction of forest around the world. Who was it who said that trees were the lungs of the planet? They're perfect - they suck up CO2
and throw out O2. Can't be a bad thing at all, but there's no real money in that for those who run the show.
The millions spouting the pro man-made global warming argument are just sheep who are incapable of thinking for themselves and looking at what is
actually going on around them.
As I posted in another thread, I looked at Met Office records for my area dating back to the 40s, and for a rise in CO2 over that time, average
The bottom line is the facts don't fit the story. Data doesn't lie, people do.
Now is probably a good time to note that Al Gore disappeared from the public stage here in the UK immediately after the government passed for an
unlimited number of new nuclear power stations to be built (after the proposal was put forth in the context of it being the only "green" alternative
to our energy needs and the only way to stop global warming). The contract immediately went to the French.
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