Yet another in the sorry saga of my attempts to post a comment on a post I found on the website of Canada’s “National Broadcaster”. The rulers of which seem to be copy cats of those found at the notoriously censorious BBC.
The belated release of Part 3 of AR5 The Movie … and the oh-so inspiring song of Ban Ki-Moon’s newly appointed “Special Envoy on Climate Change”
As readers of this blog are probably aware, I do not have much respect or admiration for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and its ever-growing maze of offspring – which includes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which feeds its so-called “science” to Christiana <tinkerbell> Figueres’ current bailiwick, the “send us your billions…
This may seem like a back to the future moment, or simply a replay of last year’s performances from the movers and shakers at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – who all seem to be blissfully unaware that a year after voting began the people of the world continue to place “climate change” at the bottom of the priority heap.
What does the United Nations do with a scandal-tainted former Secretary General? A Nobel Peace Laureate, no less, who succeeded in failing to bring peace to Syria. They hand him a script and off he goes to preach impending catastrophe due to … you guessed it … climate change!
The UNFCCC and the IPCC seem to have a mutual co-dependency arrangement. Perhaps the unscientific key messages in the chosen medium of the IPCC must be sustained at all costs in order to ensure that they remain intact in the UNFCCC’s “decisions” – or at least the illusions thereof. No comments or ratings on AR5 “The Movie” are allowed.
A few days ago, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, I had posted for readers’ amusement a parody of a popular Christmas melody and lyrics. And I promised to provide annotations for each day of the current annual confab of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which this year is being held in Warsaw. Now that…