The UN wants to rob £800bn every year from the global economy to tip down the chute of eco-worship and send us back to the stone age. The BBC faithfully reports this mania , without a word of dissent or common-sense. In the BBC’s green-creed book, it must be worth reporting because 100 ministers (no less!)along with a clutch of “experts” say so. And in the world of eco-fascism, what ministers and experts say must be obeyed. Actually, I agree with some of what these UN nutters are advocating. For starters, let’s scrap the Common Agricultural Policy, the Common Fisheries Policy, and with them, the whole shooting match of corruption in Brussels. The reality is that none of that will go, all that will happen is more bloated, corrupt globocrats will harry and scour the world finding fantastical ways of frittering our cash. And the BBC will carry on reporting.

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13 Responses to CARRY ON REPORTING

  1. thespecialone says:

    I am so sick of these idiots.  I reckon we should have a Libya style uprising to let these MPs/Beeboids/eco-nuts what we think of them.  I have just seen a post over at wattsupwiththat.  It completely demolishes another scare story about man causing more rain because we are evil CO2 belchers.


  2. Natsman says:

    But we all know that the BBC is “programmed” to utter this spiel, so unless someone can get into the circuitry with a soldering iron and a pair of wire cutters, nothing will change.  
    Christ, if they STILL think that the government is labour, what chance has anyone of convincing them that the prescribed “greenwash” is non-existent, and man-made climate change a myth?  
    No, a transistor or two, and a few diodes need to be removed, and the truth hard-wired before there will be any perceptible change, and let’s face it, it ain’t gonna happen…


  3. John Horne Tooke says:

    Blacks at it again.

    “Samples of a marine creature collected during Scott’s Antarctic expeditions are yielding data that may prove valuable in projecting climate change.”

    “Researchers from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have just published an analysis of growth rates in samples collected in the Ross Sea”

    “Other projects have since collected bryozoan samples at the same site, while the Census of Marine Life has increased the flow of data over the past decade.
    Cellarinella nutti The bryozoan’s seasonal growth yields growth rings, similar to a tree’s

    Putting all this data together has allowed researchers to show that the creatures grew roughly the same amount each year until about 1990.”

    Wasn’t that the same problem with tree rings? They were all taken from the same place!


    • John Horne Tooke says:

      I also wonder how many samples were taken and at what time span. These “creatures” only live a few months. It is also not clear if samples were examined from earlier periods.

      “Fossil Bryozoa have a long geological history, from early in the Ordovician Period [500 million years ago (Ma)] to the Recent.”

      But then why should Black be interested in such trivial matters?


  4. Natsman says:

    You wait till they tell us we can’t eat much red meat any more.  Oh, they already have!  Silly me.

    It’s a very short step between nutritional “guidelines” and legislation.  We’ll soon be told what we can or can’t eat, as well as what we can or can’t drink, say, think, or do.  This is “democracy” is it?

    I shudder to think what those in the Middle East who are demanding this “democracy” from their current failing regimes think that they’ll end up with.  Will anyone warn them?


  5. John Anderson says:

    Lots of BBC people speaking at the Imperial College debate on media treatment of science – presumably focussing on CAGW :


    • Guest Who says:

      Lots of BBC people speaking’

      I think the term ‘broadcast’ precludes actually any return of content being welcome, allowed, or engaged.


  6. fred bloggs says:

    The UN; not my favorite organisation. 

    The UN declared that the Somali pirates are not pirates and so have to be treated as theives.

    The UN has ignored for over 50 years the world problem  of over population.  Their own figures show that the world limit is 4B population.  Would their be such a strain on the worlds resources if there were a lot less people?  May then not need to spend £800B on greeny things?


  7. Derek Buxton says:

    We do not need to spend a penny on greenie things, it is not necessary.  Nor is it essential to spend money on those twin evils the UN and the EU, both are totally corrupt organisations.


  8. David Preiser (USA) says:

    This is just printing money to subsidize an inudstry, only using different words.  We already know this kind of thing has failed in Spain and Britain and California.  But I’m sure to the watermelons at the BBC, this is just like Communism:  a beautiful ideology which has been tarnished by a few bad apples who didn’t do it right, and hasn’t been given a proper chance to prove itself yet.

    Which is why the BBC has censored all news of the above failures.


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