- Published on Wednesday, 20 January 2016 10:49
All those intent on a global agreement to limit carbon emissions, first proposed thirty years ago by Rothschild/Rockefeller, should watch the 2011 movie, "In Time":
When scientists unlock the secret to immortality, time becomes the new currency and one desperate man comes under attack from a mysterious group known only as the "Time Keepers." In the not-too-distant future, scientists have discovered a way to turn off the aging gene. As the threat of overpopulation looms over society, money becomes a thing of the past. Now, assets are measured in time; those with the most time also possess the most power. Meanwhile, the lower classes are forced to barter with the new...
In this recent interview, James Corbett lays out how "global temperature" is calculated and manipulated to convince us that we need to eliminate a vital building block for life, carbon dioxide. James refers to the CO2 we exhale but CO2 is also vital when breathing in, to release oxygen to nourish our bodies. It is also vital for vegetation and consequently all life on earth.
He goes on to explain the mechanisms being put in place to ration carbon and thus energy; access to energy is vital for modern life and inevitably rationing will mean that if you exceed your quota, either you buy more "energy credits" or die, rather like the poor and desperate characters in the movie, "In Time".
There is no measurable evidence of man-made global warming and current temperatures are well within historical norms. But questioning "climate change", even out of genuine curiosity, is unacceptable, particularly within the BBC.
BBC fires radio host for questioning the theory of global warming by L.J. Devon
There are so many questions surrounding the theory of global warming. Every square mile of the Earth's surface is changing in temperature, up and down, hour by hour. In all practicality, it's impossible to measure and declare that the collective Earth is perpetually heating up. Global warming cannot be proved as concise science based on regional temperature data taken at one specific time, while comparing the data to nonexistent temperature readings of millenniums past. Everything about the planet – from the layers of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans – is ever changing, adapting, adjusting.
So why would a radio host be fired for asking questions about a theory that we may never be able to accurately measure?
That's exactly what happened at the BBC. Radio host Quentin Letts was terminated after he creatively questioned the premise of global warming and the religious Leftist agenda behind it. Writing in a recent Daily Mail column, Letts describes how he was "vaporised by the BBC's Green Gestapo" after he dared to challenge the theory of global warming. On his Radio 4 program, What's The Point of? Letts interviewed global warming skeptics with fresh perspective in a unique, half-hour broadcast.
Here's the transcript of the program which is no longer available on iPlayer:http://biasedbbc.org/blog/2015/12/11/whats-the-point-of-the-met-office-transcript/
and Quentin Letts' response to the BBC's censorship:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3355441/QUENTIN-LETTS-vaporised-BBC-s-Green-Gestapo.html
James Corbett explains that satellite temperature data are the most reliable we have (although only for the period since 1979) and the satellite record suggests no cause for alarm or more importantly, life rationing.
There are many problems which threaten our existence, most arising from the abusive and destructive political economy. That is where we should focus our attention and efforts and not be duped into welcoming our own enslavement.