The Copenhagen Climate Change Summit is underway in Denmark with world leaders and delegates debating the future of the worlds climate. The topic of Climate Change is on everyone’s lips at the moment and Denmark hasn’t had this much attention since Lord Nelson’s terror bombardment of the Danes in The Battle Of Copenhagen 1801.
Climate Change Summit- Or Climate Retention Summit?
Maybe it should be called a Climate Retention Summit as surely we want the climate to stay the same – not change! Wallace Wattles would be turning in his grave! He said “Whatever you focus on, you end up with”. So basically, focus on the outcome and that is what you will get. These guys are focusing on and discussing Climate Change… Let’s hope these bureaucrats are not very good at what they do, because none of us want Climate Change! We want the weather to stay exactly the same way, thank you very much!
For those of you that subscribe to positive thinking, you’ll understand exactly where I am coming from.
Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen!
Before I venture off into Climate Change Controversy, I’ll share some gossip on good old Copenhagen. I spent quite some time in Denmark and Sweden as a child and teenager. I actually got married in Copenhagen in 1993. It is a great place and a destination everyone should travel to at least once in their life. The bureaucrats could have chosen a better time of year though. They won’t notice much Global Warming in Denmark this time of year, unless of course they take up the offer by the Danish Prostitution Union to give free sex to anyone with a Climate Conference Delegate’s Pass!
The Rasmussen Dynasty Of Denmark
Copenhagen is the home of many famous people in history. One of the most famous is Hans Christian Andersen who penned countless children’s stories such as The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling. Someone that is rapidly rising in fame, is the former Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who is now the Secretary General of NATO. Replacing the Danish Prime Minister was easy enough as the next one was a Rasmussen as well. As a matter of fact, the last 3 have been Rasmussen’s! What is going on? Is this the start of a new Rasmussen Dynasty?
Climate Change Controversy – Lord Monckton
Not everyone buys into the Copenhagen Summit. The Australian opposition leader, Tony Abbot compared it to the Munich Agreement… Yes, a classy comparison indeed! That was when Britain, France and Italy signed an agreement to allow Germany taking parts of Czechoslovakia in 1938. Lord Monckton, former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, said this in a speech recently in the USA:
Lord Monckton: “At Copenhagen, this December, a treaty will be signed. Your President [Obama] will sign it. And what it says is this, that a world government is going to be created. The “word government” actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity. The second purpose is the transfer of wealth from the countries of the West to Third World countries, in satisfaction of what is called, coyly, Climate Debt — because we’ve been burning CO2 and they haven’t, and we’ve been screwing up the climate. We haven’t been screwing up the climate but that’s the line. And the third purpose of this new entity, this government, is enforcement…”
(These are the views and opinions of Lord Monckton; not the blog author)
Lord Monckton – Why Global Warming Is Not Man Made
Lord Monckton speaks up in this interview on why global warming is NOT man made; how it is one of the biggest scientific scams ever and why Russia is more of a Democracy than Britain. Take 11 minutes to listen to Lord Monckton and tell me in the comments what you think. It will be 11 minutes well spent!
Personally, I think there will be enough hot air coming out of the mouths of the 15,000 delegates in the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit over the next 2 weeks to raise global temperatures by 2 degrees and melt polarcaps across the globe! There are now 1,200 limousines driving these suits around Copenhagen and I’m sure they are not hybrid cars.
The Copenhagen Climate Change Challenge
In 1997, George Bush (USA) and John Howard (AUS) refused to sign the Kyoto Protocol. Australia even announced that they wanted to increase their carbon emmissions… maybe Kyoto was not the right forum to break that news! This time around it seems Barack Obama (USA) and Kevin Rudd (AUS) are far more likely to sign the dotted line than their predecessors. Let’s hope Lord Monckton is right (for our climate’s sake) and that the politicians are just wasting a few more currencies. I think the poor countries have got a bad enough deal as it is. Hopefully the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit doesn’t result in some “International Treaty” that overrides individual countries right to make their own rules and laws.
And let’s hope for some better weather… 😉
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