Saturday, September 6, 2014

Well...Well...Well...Look Who's Getting Into The Climate Change Game

By Chris Rossini

Anyone who can dupe the American public into thinking the world is going to end (unless the banksters get $700,000,000,000) can surely scare Americans into thinking the Earth is about to turn into a fireball (or ice cube).

Meanwhile, madame Hillary says: "Climate change is the most consequential, urgent, sweeping collection of challenges we face."

The wolves are taking their seats at the table.

On the menu?

Some very "exceptional" sheep.


  1. He didn't dupe the American public. He convinced the FED and congress that they could get away with it. The American public has no direct power over the FED and not much over Congress. The same can be said about climate change. The last survey I saw reported that most Americans believe Climate change is not the threat politicians claim. $700 billion comes to about $233 per person in the U.S. Its clearly not worth the effort to reform the legal system to conform with real justice. The people making this decision are not sheep. They are mostly rational human beings dealing with the real world.

  2. “Is it democracy that is blocking progress on climate change or the current limited version of it that pervades Western society?” - asked by an Australian reporter, who hinted that authoritarian means would be necessary to combat the non-existent issue:

    If you can't beat 'em, enslave 'em.