Skip to comments.Lord Monckton Says Global Warming Scare Resulting in Increased Hunger Around the World - Video
Posted on 12/07/2009 6:42:38 PM PST by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of Britain's Lord Monckton being interviewed about his views on "Climate Change." Monckton is a noted "Climate Change skeptic."
Lord Monckton says bluntly that there is no credible evidence that Global Warming is man-made, or that it is any kind of a real crisis.
He says it is a "scientific fad," and compared it to the Y2K scare just before the year 2000 (which amounted to absolutely nothing), and the current Swine Flu scare, which he said will result in fewer deaths than the regular flu.
When the interviewer asked the inevitable question why it was not good to do something about Global Warming, even if we don't think it is real, Monckton had a sobering answer. He pointed out that the move to grow "biofuels" using land that formerly was used to grow food, is resulting in great hardship on people in third world countries. He said food prices have risen significantly as a result of this emphasis, and in poor nations it can be a matter of life and death. . . . (VIDEO)
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Lord Monckton has his act together. Glo-BULL warming is the biggest scandal ever (fincial, social and otherwise). We are about to be made serfs if we don’t kick all these morons out. Resist. Resist. Resist.
Leftists don’t care about hungry people. Creating hunger and famine is their specialty. As we’ve learned from leftist experiments past, people are disposable. In fact, the left views a little population reduction as a very good thing.
Yes it is - bringing hungry people to brink of starvation.
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Thank you so much for this video. He is excellent.
CRU lied , people died.
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