500 Scientists Signed Letter to UN Stating, “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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Oooh not much besides arresting Killary & Company for their little child plays/sex trafficking deals around (havent you followed the epstein ordeal?) making the dollar go an all time high and decreasing the unemployment down to levels they havent been since the 50's.
So Killary & co. have been arrested for ped issues? That would be breaking news so please feel free to report it here specifically. As for Epstein, he was Trumps good buddy and partner before he wasn't and either way, Trump hired Alex Acosta (who facilitated Epstein's never-before-seen sentencing "deal") to be in charge of human trafficking until public pressure forced Cheetohead to can him.

Concerning your contentions regarding the US economy.......
 





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It's not like they wouldn't be safe, even if the surface of the planet became uninhabitable. Since I'm pretty sure the elite have bunkers where they can wait a generation or two and come back out. If they even care about their own children.
Im not convinced that these peoples bunker plans are going to have the successful outcome they have planned on lol
 





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Im not convinced that these peoples bunker plans are going to have the successful outcome they have planned on lol
I don't think so either. But I'm not entirely convinced that the elite in their bunkers even give a shit about their children. Live the last decade of their life comfortably and let everything else go to hell.
 





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I don't think so either. But I'm not entirely convinced that the elite in their bunkers even give a shit about their children. Live the last decade of their life comfortably and let everything else go to hell.
I think thats a very real possibility and Im glad you shared your perspective. I guess I hadn't fully come to that conclusion but for some of these fools, I think your contention is likely correct.
 





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In the video you posted, the presenter questions and is critical as to why the list of changes needed to "save the environment" is aimed mainly at society and not going after large corporations, who are the largest polluters. As he said "It's just a drop in the bucket."

Again, this is because its not about the environment, it's about control of the masses. The wording in the Guardian story mirrors UN Agenda 2030 initiatives that were based on globalist think tank jargon created decades ago. All fear based propaganda meant to further the NWO and the culling of the masses.

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"The common enemy of humanity is man.
In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up
with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming,
water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these
dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through
changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome.
The real enemy then, is humanity itself
."
-Club of Rome,
premier environmental think-tank,
consultants to the United Nations

"The emerging 'environmentalization' of our civilization
and the need for vigorous action in the interest of the entire global
community will inevitably have multiple political consequences.
Perhaps the most important of them will be a gradual change
in the status of the United Nations. Inevitably, it must
assume some aspects of a world government.
"
- Mikhail Gorbachev,
State of the World Forum

"A keen and anxious awareness is evolving to suggest that
fundamental changes will have to take place in the world order
and its power structures, in the distribution of wealth and income.
Perhaps only a new and enlightened humanism
can permit mankind to negotiate this transition.
"
- Club of Rome,
Mankind at the Turning Point

"We are on the verge of a global transformation.
All we need is the right major crisis
..."
- David Rockefeller,
Club of Rome executive member

"A reasonable estimate for an industrialized world society
at the present North American material standard of living
would be 1 billion. At the more frugal European standard
of living, 2 to 3 billion would be possible
."
- United Nations,
Global Biodiversity Assessment

"...the resultant ideal sustainable population is hence
more than 500 million but less than one billion
."
-Club of Rome,
Goals for Mankind​
 





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We can actually see the effects of climate change though.
I'm actually undecided at the moment. Would you care to share the effects of climate change you have personally witnessed. If the weatherchannel was not constantly bombarding me with climate change data, I'm not convinced I would have noticed it on my own.

Even if I looked back and was able to personally perceive that there is a shift in the climate, I'm not sure I would assume it's because of man made pollution.

My point is that the length of each of our lifetimes is farily insignificant and any perceived climate change we observe personally can just as easily be attributed to cycles of solar activity as it can be attributed to man made pollution. I mean really, how much accurate data do we really have on the history of the climate of the entire globe. A century at best? Who is to say the changes we see aren't just normal variation and cycles of the world we live in?

I'm not denying climate change, but I do believe the whole "climate emergency" scare has been manipulated for political agendas.
 





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I'm actually undecided at the moment. Would you care to share the effects of climate change you have personally witnessed. If the weatherchannel was not constantly bombarding me with climate change data, I'm not convinced I would have noticed it on my own.

Even if I looked back and was able to personally perceive that there is a shift in the climate, I'm not sure I would assume it's because of man made pollution.

My point is that the length of each of our lifetimes is farily insignificant and any perceived climate change we observe personally can just as easily be attributed to cycles of solar activity as it can be attributed to man made pollution. I mean really, how much accurate data do we really have on the history of the climate of the entire globe. A century at best? Who is to say the changes we see aren't just normal variation and cycles of the world we live in?

I'm not denying climate change, but I do believe the whole "climate emergency" scare has been manipulated for political agendas.
You have articulated very well the view of the majority of those of us who are called ‘climate change deniers’ by the alarmists. Good post.
 





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In the video you posted, the presenter questions and is critical as to why the list of changes needed to "save the environment" is aimed mainly at society and not going after large corporations, who are the largest polluters. As he said "It's just a drop in the bucket."

Again, this is because its not about the environment, it's about control of the masses. The wording in the Guardian story mirrors UN Agenda 2030 initiatives that were based on globalist think tank jargon created decades ago. All fear based propaganda meant to further the NWO and the culling of the masses.

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"The common enemy of humanity is man.

In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up

with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming,

water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these

dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through

changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome.

The real enemy then, is humanity itself."​

-Club of Rome,​

premier environmental think-tank,​

consultants to the United Nations​


"The emerging 'environmentalization' of our civilization

and the need for vigorous action in the interest of the entire global

community will inevitably have multiple political consequences.

Perhaps the most important of them will be a gradual change

in the status of the United Nations. Inevitably, it must

assume some aspects of a world government."​

- Mikhail Gorbachev,​

State of the World Forum​


"A keen and anxious awareness is evolving to suggest that

fundamental changes will have to take place in the world order

and its power structures, in the distribution of wealth and income.

Perhaps only a new and enlightened humanism

can permit mankind to negotiate this transition."​

- Club of Rome,​

Mankind at the Turning Point​


"We are on the verge of a global transformation.

All we need is the right major crisis..."​

- David Rockefeller,​

Club of Rome executive member​


"A reasonable estimate for an industrialized world society

at the present North American material standard of living

would be 1 billion. At the more frugal European standard

of living, 2 to 3 billion would be possible."​

- United Nations,​

Global Biodiversity Assessment​


"...the resultant ideal sustainable population is hence

more than 500 million but less than one billion."​

-Club of Rome,​

Goals for Mankind​
Those 11,000 scientists included names like Headmaster Albus Dumbledore of Hogwarts, and Professor Mickey Mouse of the Mickey Mouse Institute. I question their credibility.
 





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I'm actually undecided at the moment. Would you care to share the effects of climate change you have personally witnessed. If the weatherchannel was not constantly bombarding me with climate change data, I'm not convinced I would have noticed it on my own.
I live in a northern area, very close to Himalayas. We have had constant flooding due to rapid melting of the glaciers. Floods of this level haven't been documented before in the area.
We also have gotten many deaths due to heatstroke which wouldve been impossible to think of, a decade back. Because like i said, this is a northern area and is supposed to be super cold. Extreme temperatures too. 30C was the highest this place used to reach in summer (june/july) we now hit 50-60C.
There is bunch of other stuff but thats mostly agriculture related and the farmers here would probably be able to tell you better since i have little to no knowledge about the "how" and just know that people haven't been happy because of the changing climate.
 





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I live in a northern area, very close to Himalayas. We have had constant flooding due to rapid melting of the glaciers. Floods of this level haven't been documented before in the area.
We also have gotten many deaths due to heatstroke which wouldve been impossible to think of, a decade back. Because like i said, this is a northern area and is supposed to be super cold. Extreme temperatures too. 30C was the highest this place used to reach in summer (june/july) we now hit 50-60C.
There is bunch of other stuff but thats mostly agriculture related and the farmers here would probably be able to tell you better since i have little to no knowledge about the "how" and just know that people haven't been happy because of the changing climate.
But why are you convinced that the climate change is man made? I know it's not the same thing you are personally witnessing, but this article describes how the Himalayas have effected climate change for millions of years, long before industrial man made pollution ever entered the picture. The climate of the earth has always been in constant change.

https://news.wisc.edu/climate-shift-linked-to-rise-of-himalayas-tibetan-plateau/
 





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But why are you convinced that the climate change is man made? I know it's not the same thing you are personally witnessing, but this article describes how the Himalayas have effected climate change for millions of years, long before industrial man made pollution ever entered the picture. The climate of the earth has always been in constant change.

https://news.wisc.edu/climate-shift-linked-to-rise-of-himalayas-tibetan-plateau/
Nobody is saying that climate change is man-made. Its the rapid rate its happening at that people are a part of.
 





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The only reason the government has been attempting to change weather patters is specifically due to climate change itself. They are attempting to mitigate the effects of a changing/deteriorating climate. They induce rain as a way to combat the rising frequency and severity of droughts due to climate change.
Sorry for the late response. I would love to believe that the controllers of this planet are working in our best interests. But given their admitted goal of a UN based one world government using so called man-made climate change as a catalyst for this transformation of society, with a deadline of 2030, which is being referenced by every climate alarmist on the planet - See UN Agenda 2030. I respectfully disagree.
 





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And how do you know that? Do your remember how fast the climate changed before people were part of it?
We have scientific data on it.

Sorry for the late response. I would love to believe that the controllers of this planet are working in our best interests. But given their admitted goal of a UN based one world government using so called man-made climate change as a catalyst for this transformation of society, with a deadline of 2030, which is being referenced by every climate alarmist on the planet - See UN Agenda 2030. I respectfully disagree.
You can go on living believing that everyone is against you, thats on you. Its not about best interest of the people, climate change causes problems (like floods we are having) and then governments have to spend money and fix their problems, anyone in their right mind would prefer to not have the problem in the first place.
 





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30C was the highest this place used to reach in summer (june/july) we now hit 50-60C.
I find it hard to believe that your area has gone from the upper 80s F to 120-140 F. That's hot enough to smoke a ham. Not calling you a liar, just saying it's hard to believe.