Climate Change: Those hacked e-mails

Some more facts about “those leaked climate change emails” that have mobilized all those figures now claiming there’s nothing to be frightened about – its all a “scam” – you name it – well you know – just carry on watching TV – you know like the GOOOOOD people.

Yes Bernie that’s how you got those 50 billions but we’re not sure that this also works with mass manipulation.

And in completely unrelated news by these maSS-manipulators – the leading industrial nations – might be again announced during the Copenhagen photo opportunity – have agreed to shell out USD 10 Billions per year to fight those “non-existing” threats to human race on this planet – providing those monies to countries who are hardest hit by climate change – small island states – developing countries with long and low coast lines – i.e. BangLadesh – but don’t worry – nothing to fear here – move on – and if that won’t help – well there is still “duck and cover” that worked so well in the 1950s with the atomic bribery…

– So grandma is fine – and she lived for almost 80 years now – there ain’t no warming – she always says she’s feeling cold…

Wake up before it’s too late – stop believing those who make a profit from trading toxic waste and pollution to developing countries – they have a clearly vested interest here and it certainly is not in your best interest to comply with their games.










“…Now that the conspiracy theorists have blown off steam, it’s time for a more sober analysis of those e-mails and what they mean. I can’t go through all of them, there are far too many, and . So I’ve taken the two that seem to be getting conspiracy theorists most worked up — Phil Jones’s e-mail about “Mike’s Nature trick” and Kevin Trenberth’s e-mail about a “travesty.” I’m glad to see that skeptic websites that cover the science understand what these e-mails actually mean. As you’ll see, very few commentators who jumped on the conspiracy bandwagon even before reading the e-mails mandged to get it right…”



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