Once again, its time to add to the official "Stupid Things Used To Fear Monger About Global Warming" list. Recently, global warming moonbats have blamed each of the following "calamities" on global warming, climate change, or whatever they have decided to call it these days:
Incredible shrinking sheep, Invasion of jellyfish in the Mediterranean, Surge in fatal shark attack, Boy Scout tornado deaths, Global conflict, Beer tasting different, Suicide of farmers in Australia, Bigger tuna fish, longer days, shorter days, Collapse of gingerbread houses in Sweden, Cow infertility, UFO sightings in the UK, Rise in insurance premiums, Heroin addiction, Frigid Cold Winters in Great Britain, Cancer, Death from heart disease, diabetes, stroke, respiratory disease and even accidents, homicide, suicide, water -borne disease outbreaks, heavier, wetter snowstorms treacherous for travel and ambulation, Lyme disease, swarms of allergy-inducing, stinging insects, along with mosquitoes and devastating pine bark beetle infestations and the spread of forest and crop pests, 40,000 dead crabs , unrest in the Middle East. screwed-up love making, the Japanese earthquake-tsunami, horrible rash of tornadoes in southeast United States,The Arab Spring, extended severe allergy seasons, Lyme disease, malaria or dengue fever, trauma, depression, high blood pressure and heart disease
The latest recipient of the merit award for excellence in climate fear mongering is Chris Huhne, the British Climate Change Secretary. This week, Huhne is speaking
before a group of national defense experts and telling them that climate change may cause an increased threat of wars, violence and military action against the UK, and risks reversing the progress of civilization. Wow that sounds like wrath of God-type stuff!
"Climate change is a threat multiplier. It will make unstable states more unstable, poor nations poorer, inequality more pronounced, and conflict more likely," Huhne is expected to say in a speech to defence experts. "And the areas of most geopolitical risk are also most at risk of climate change."
He will warn that climate change risks reversing the progress made in prosperity and democracy since the industrial revolution, arguing that the results of global warming could lead to a return to a "Hobbesian" world in which life is "nasty, brutish and short."
We don't really need climate change to shorten our lives, we have Obamacare.
The interesting part of that statement is if anything is "Hobbesian" it is the climate change hoaxer movement.' According to political philosopher Thomas Hobbes, society is a population beneath a sovereign authority, to whom all individuals in that society cede some rights for the sake of protection. Any abuses of power by this authority are to be accepted as the price of peace. There is no doctrine of separation of powers in Hobbes' discussion, nor is there any dissent of opinion. According to Hobbes, the ruler must control civil, military, judicial and religious powers.
The climate change hoaxers believe that they are like the sovereign, civil, military , judicial, religious and economic powers must submit to their man-made climate change agenda.
Huhne believes the UK and other countries must act urgently to prepare for the threat. "We cannot be 100% sure that our enemies will attack our country, but we do not hesitate to prepare for the eventuality," he plans to say. "The same principle applies to climate change, which a report published by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has identified as one of the four critical issues that will affect everyone on the planet over the next 30 years."
His comparison of climate change and terrorism echoes Sir David King, the former chief scientific adviser to the government who warned in 2004 that global warning posed "a bigger threat than terrorism".
Well lets see---all the major global warming predictions, no more ice caps, New York buried under a wall of water, the elimination of Cookies and Cream Ice Cream etc., have been proven false. Sadly the Islamist terrorist movement that is blowing up civilians throughout the world is proven true every day. Sorry Dave, your comparison shows you to be a pawn instead of a King.
Huhne has scored key victories in recent months in his attempts to put climate change at the centre of coalition policy. He helped to persuade Cameron to accept the "fourth carbon budget" - a plan that would see the UK halve emissions by 2025, the stiffest target of any developed country. Yesterday the prime minister announced tough new energy efficiency standards, supported by Huhne, that would require central government to cut emissions by 25% in the five-year term of this parliament.
For his hard work in trying to prove a hoax through fear mongering we present Chris Huhne, the British Climate Change Secretary with the following Certificate of Merit which reads: