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Re: scientists disclaim role of co2 in global warming

yes indeed - marry it with the dropping value of the dollar and the increase in value of oil and respective increases in the cost of commodities affected by increased transport costs.............!
There are so many facets to this - the knock on effects of climate change propaganda and it political use must be a population psychologists dream.
The opportunity and implication for social experimentation boggles the mind.
I agree that we are being herded like sheep, we are assets after all but we are expendable and replenish-able to those that would control us.

would be nice to turn the tables?

I would estimate that we are more likely to face an ice age as the evidence for this is more tangible.
either way we will be taxed on it.

I think our present population is sustainable - It wasn't an issue 10 years ago - whats the difference now? Its not increased that significantly.
The only thing that has changed significantly is government policies that seems to be acting in favour of corporate agendas.
Environmentalism (and only certain aspects of it) just happens to coincide with this corporate tack which is why it has been allowed to continue and nurtured somewhat.
Focus is on AGW - other forms of environmentalism eg: industrial chemical by-products that are dumped into the sea and rivers, can't be used in the same way to manipulate populations and adversely affects corporate industry so this avenue is not pursued.
Another example would be the rain forest slash and burn farming that is estimated to cost the extinction of thousands of undiscovered species on a weekly basis.
Its all ethereal environmentalism and carbon taxes. nothing tangible! and thats the way they like it.

Recently on this site an article was posted - "Benito Mussolini said, “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.”"

Isn't that just the case


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