Climategate – the scandal of our state-run media

The UK media has been having a field day (finally) fact checking the 2007 IPCC report on global warming (or climate change). Here in the US our state-run media has largely ignored this. (story here)

As a reminder, it is this very report that won the IPCC a Nobel Prize along with the infamous algore (manbearpig). It is this very report that has generated so much hand wringing (and bed wetting) in the international media. And it is this very report that has been cited as the reason why the US must enact economy-killing Cap & Trade policy and EPA regulation. In other words, it is the Holy Grail of virtually the entire climate change movement.

OK, so what’s the problem? The problem is that the fact checkers are finally finding out that much of the report is flat out bogus. In one week they exposed the following:

  • Glaciergate – Himalayan glaciers will disappear by 2035.
  • Icegate – reduction of mountaintop ice in the Andes, Alps and Africa
  • Amazongate – 40% of the Amazon rainforest will disappear because of global warming.

There have also been numerous stories on the shenanigans of one Dr Rajendra Pachauri, head of the now disgraced IPCC. In his quest for a bigger carbon footprint than algore, Pachauri displays the ultimate limousine liberal, “do as I say, not as I do” attitude. Moreover, this non-climate “scientist” (degrees in railroad engineering and economics) has a huge financial stake in businesses that stand to profit from IPCC generated hysteria.

So, while the journalists across the pond have virtually decimated the IPCC and its Holy Grail, our state-run media continues to pump out fresh bilge on this gargantuan hoax. “Green” businesses like GE and Government Motors and Tesla continue to get massive taxpayer cash infusions. Wind turbines stop working in the cold Minnesota winter (LOL). And the power grabbers in DC continue their push to cram Cap & Tax down our throats.

Eventually, like the ACORN story, our state-run media will have to start reporting on Climategate. Maybe we can finally put this fiasco behind us…


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