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26 Februiary 2010 Thought for the Week:
“We’ve got to keep saying that climate doesn’t equal weather”
Need a good laugh at the expense of the climate change one-worlders? Directions: google in 'Andrew Bolt blog' and scroll down to “Hitler on Climate Change” Youtube. It puts the whole ponzi scam into perspective.
WHY DO PEOPLE REALLY HATE LAWYERS?
by Ian Wilson LL.B.
That may be so but perhaps there is a less philosophical explanation. Could it be that lawyers are usually involved in antagonisms that often result in harm and they take home the big bacon? Consider: the five year law suit and hundreds of thousands of dollars spent in a legal battle between an insurance broker and a financial services regular – and – it was all over a draft, yes a draft document (The Australian 14/1/2010, p.15). The mistake was discovered on day two of the hearing and was missed by both government officials and the lawyers.
This “sorry affair” is perhaps a metaphor for why people hate lawyers. You see, the lawyers and government officials are not going to face disciplinary action and the public “will pay for bungled lawsuit” (The Australian 15/1/2010, p.3).
WINNIE THE POOH ON IMMIGRATION AND RACE
from article by Israel Shamir:
You do not have to belong to the White Race to understand the problems caused by movements of populations. You do not even have to believe in the existence of racial classifications to appreciate that mass migrations cause real problems. The racialist reasoning behind opposition to this phenomenon is superfluous and unproductive at best. Mass immigration is a modern phenomenon, while 140-year old racialism is so dated that it hurts.
Opposition to immigration does not require feelings of racial superiority or even racial identity.
Humans and other animals have defensive mechanisms used to protect their territory and their access to resources. These mechanisms are now deliberately misrepresented as ‘racism’, or as the unleashing of brutal natural tendencies, but the protection of one’s territory is morally defensible.
The ‘shepherds’ simply fleece the sheep – the ‘predators’ slaughter them:
The shepherds might be represented by the great Swedish industrialist family of Wallenberg, unobtrusive owners of 30 major Swedish firms, including nine of the country's 15 largest. Altogether, the Wallenberg family owns or controls well over half the Swedish economy. The great and unique achievements of Swedish society were obtained with this powerful bloc working in harmony with the trade unions and the government.
Predators use mass migration like a powerful tool. The immigrants have to live somewhere, so real estate and rents rise – benefiting the wealthy. In Israel, landlords divide their old flats into small units and sublet them to immigrants. In such a way, they double and triple their income, while ordinary local people can’t find a decent-sized flat for a reasonable price. The immigrants need credit, so moneylenders have a feast day on them, charging 20% per month. Immigration undermines workers’ security, creates surplus of labour.
Predators speak of “creative destruction”:
CHRISTOPHER MONCKTON OF BRENCHLEY OPENS HIS DIARY
We thought our readers would like to read what Monckton recorded in his diary about his whirlwind trip to Australia.
Newcastle: The room was too small for the crowd. Here and elsewhere, the majority of the audience were working-class. Miners terrified for the future of their industry came in such large numbers that we grabbed the vast town hall itself. When that filled up, we flung open the gallery. Then we had to turn people away. So what’s wrong with an ETS? If you set a low price for the right to emit a ton of carbon dioxide, you don’t deter anyone from emitting it and you have no effect on the climate. If you set a high price, you send your jobs and industries to China and India, which are not going to have ETS schemes, and global carbon emissions increase, because third-world countries emit more CO2 per thing produced than we do. Lunatic.
Redcar: In the North of England, I explained, Tata Industries had just announced the closure of a steelworks employing 1,700 British workers, because the unelected EU Kommissars who make 90 per cent of Britain’s laws had decreed that we must have an ETS. British MPs were delighted: all but three had voted for our silly Climate Change Bill as the first October snow for 74 years fell in Parliament Square. The government got Carbon Brownie points for shutting a heavily-emitting industry. Precisely the same steelworks will now be re-erected in India, which will also get Brownie points because the steelworks will be more efficient than anything they have now. Net effect: an increase in CO2emissions in the dismantling and re-erecting of the steelworks. Newcastle’s miners were rightly horrified.
Brisbane: A debate at last! Professor Barry Brook had agreed to face me across the dispatch box in front of 450 businesspeople. I said the warming effect of CO2 was one-seventh of what the UN’s climate panel imagined. He said the world had warmed, but did not claim that CO2 had had anything to do with it. I threw in the odd joke. How many climate sceptics does it take to change a light bulb? None — it’s too early to say whether it needs changing. Verdict? Honours even: Prof. Brook’s side said we’d won by a country mile, but our side thought the Prof. had gotten the better of us by recommending nuclear power. Ian Plimer and I crossed the road to the Irish Club, where 700 beery, cheery citizens gave us a riotous reception. It’s a toss-up whether the Irish or the Australians are the nicest people on Earth. Irish-Australians are as good as it gets.
Noosa: The village hall held only 400. Elf-n-Sifety were determined not to let any more in. Even the deputy leader of the opposition was turned away. So I held an impromptu meeting in the car park outside, telling 250 punters that at least they wouldn’t have to pay (huge cheers), but they were going to get to hear me anyway (groans). David Bellamy, Britain’s jovial bearded naturalist, had told me to watch out for fruit bats. That night I saw one lazily flapping its tea-tray wings as it came in to roost at nightfall.
Melbourne: Before the main event (packed ballroom), I addressed a lunch for 120 philosophers in a warehouse-turned-living-room. In among the equations, I dropped the occasional reference to the Greek philosopher Anaximander, who, unlike the IPCC, had insisted on maintaining clear blue water between ‘to on’ (that which is so) and ‘to me on’ (that which is not). The indefatigable blogger Andrew Bolt was in the audience. Wish I had his million hits a week.
Canberra: Would any serious politician meet me? The media thought not. However, I had quietly been meeting some of your most eminent pollies. ABC radio was particularly annoyed that I wouldn’t say who I was meeting. Just before Question Time that day, I had 20 minutes with Tony Abbott. Don’t underestimate this charming Rhodes Scholar who spends his holidays doing menial work for underprivileged Australians. His dispatch-box battles with Kevin Rudd, also no mean performer, will be an entertainment.
South Australia: From Adelaide (packed ballroom, packed overflow hall) to the Beverley uranium mine. Not one man underground: they pump the ore from an aquifer west of Lake Frome and sell it for $35,000 a barrel to everyone except Australia, where the Greenies have not yet learned that atomic power is clean, safe and emissions-free. From Beverley, a geological expedition to Arkaroola, Doug Sprigg’s 144,000 acres of paradise in the Flinders Ranges. The dolomitic rocks containing 40 per cent CO2, said Ian Plimer, were formed 750,000 years ago, when atmospheric CO2 concentration was 30 per cent (it’s just 0.04 per cent today) and Australia was equatorial. Yet there was a mile of ice at sea level. Go figure. I flew us out in Doug’s 207.
Perth: Packed ballroom, packed overflow hall, extra public meeting the following day, also packed. Back to Sydney (extra public meeting) and home to our beloved Highland hills for just five days. Two months in the US next. Suddenly, climate scepticism is popular worldwide. Feels good, that.
Note: Have you written, faxed or emailed your federal politician and Senator insisting you do not want to see either mainline party’s ‘climate change’ legislation passed? Tell them both bills need to be shoved down the memory hole of history!
CLIMATE CHANGE SNIPPETT
Wind farms are dying in the United States as the taxpayer handouts dry out: Some say that Ka Le is haunted—and it is. But it’s haunted not by Hawaii’s legendary night marchers. The mysterious sounds are “Na leo o Kamaoa"-- the disembodied voices of 37 skeletal wind turbines abandoned to rust on the hundred-acre site of the former Kamaoa Wind Farm…
The ghosts of Kamaoa are not alone in warning us. Five other abandoned wind sites dot the Hawaiian Isles—but it is in California where the impact of past mandates and subsidies is felt most strongly. Thousands of abandoned wind turbines littered the landscape of wind energy’s California “big three” locations—Altamont Pass, Tehachapin (above), and San Gorgonio—considered among the world’s best wind sites…
California’s wind farms—then comprising about 80% of the world’s wind generation capacity—ceased to generate much more quickly than Kamaoa. In the best wind spots on earth, over 14,000 turbines were simply abandoned. Spinning, post-industrial junk which generates nothing but bird kills... Source: Andrew Bolt’s blogspot – 16/2/2010.
CHAIRMAN RUDDY’S LITTLE RED SCHOOL BOOK
A long time ago, in a place far-far away, when I was a teacher, there was a controversial book published for students called “The Little Red School Book”. I think the book was controversial because it mixed sex and communism in an explosive mixture. Today it would probably be laughed at by high school students.
These animals are the Rudd family pets. Jasper the cat is shown in one illustration to be advising PM Rudd and this new world order cat supervises the transportation of food from each State to be brought to The Lodge for a great national dog party.
WHY MUST I HEAR MORE AND MORE ABOUT HAITI ?
by Chris Knight
Buildings in Port-Au-Prince were knocked up with scant regard to earthquake precautions so that when the “big one” came, the whole stack of cards fell to the ground (“Officials Ignored Quake Warnings,” The Australian, 25/1/2010, p.8). Along with this the UN showed itself of being incapable of organising the Haiti rescue operation, demonstrating that the UN has no positive good at all – it can’t even successfully lie about climate change!
Israel was quick off the mark to send a team of 220 aid workers. Why is this? Why the interest in Haiti? Is this an historical recognition of Haiti’s past as a nation with the only successful slave revolt against shall we say…”colonist” oppressors”?
WHERE HAS COURAGE GONE?
by John Steele
It is an incredible story. We are used to axe-wielding mentally challenged folk but the lack of courage here is alarming. Surely at 75 years of age one’s duty is to protect the five year old. If he had been armed with a firearm there would have been no problem. But even the average 75 year old could put up a reasonable self-defence with a light-weight sword or even a fighting knife duct-taped to a stick.
Westergaard assumed that his granddaughter would not be attacked – an assumption which next time may prove tragic. Where oh where has manly courage gone? It has gone with liberalism, the philosophy of death that has gripped Western man.
EUROPE : VEILS AND BURKAS; BEHEADINGS, STRANGLINGS
by Peter Ewer
THE GEOMETRY OF ABSURDITY
by James Reed
FEMINISTS: AN ANSWER TO CHINA’S PROBLEMS
by James Reed
And yet, maybe the feminist elites can have their cake and eat it too – if the cake is Chinese. News came that China will be short of brides by the figure of 30 million in 12 years (The Australian, 15/1/07, p.11). About one in every ten Chinese men aged between 20 and 45 will be lacking a wife. Interracial couplings are one of the “cool” things advocated by the new politically correct morality: so in the aid of championing political correctness, could not the West’s feminists see it as their moral duty to serve the cause of an anti-West nation by becoming Chinese brides? Go girls, go – preferably far away!
Disclaimer: by “feminists” Reed refers to primarily the left wing oriented globalist career woman and not the decent hard-working women of this nation. Some of Reed’s best friends are women, but most bitter enemies, “feminists”.
HAVE A GUESS WHY THERE IS A WAR IN AFGHANISTAN
by Peter Ewer
THE “RIGHT TO EUROPEAN SURVIVAL” ON TRIAL?
by Ian Wilson LL.B.
WE ARE WATCHING YOU
by Betty Luks
Note the smooth jump in logic from “anti-Semitic” activities to “anti-Israel bias”. Further, if the academics were writing “anti-Semitic” articles in newspapers, this means that the establishment media is also liable under Australia’s race hate laws as the publishers. A summary article by Rebecca Weisser, “Mideast Studies Accused” appeared in The Advertiser, 22/11/06, p.30 pointing out that there is a bias against Israel in Australian universities, particularly in Middle Eastern studies. So put them on your agenda as well.
It seems that the search for who to monitor had to be extended to also include journalists in the Murdoch press. Deborah Hope, “Israel Lobby’s Gag No Joke”, The Weekend Australian 4-5/11/06, p.40 (Review), gave a number of examples of the Israel Lobby’s power to get their way and of “flexing its muscle to muzzle new targets”. Even Professor Tony Judt, himself a Jewish critic of Zionism, accused the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of using pressure to cancel a lecture which he was to give at the Polish consulate.
A play, My Name is Rachel Corrie, about a US student, sympathetic to Palestinians, who was killed by an Israeli bulldozer driver busy demolishing a Palestinian home, was shelved “indefinitely” due to “pressure from unnamed Jewish leaders.” Is this anti-Israel bias? And what about the reporting of this material (“Israel in West Bank ‘Land Grab’” The Australian, 23/11/06, p.9):
Dror Etkes of “Peace Now” said: “We are talking about a systematic and institutionalised land grab. This has been happening for decades and in almost every settlement in the West Bank. The data presented here has been hidden by the Israeli state for many years, for fear the revelation of these facts could damage Israel’s international relations”. Can we expect that these facts and others will be aired in the courts when race vilification trials against Australian critics of the Israel lobby start to see the light of day?
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