Saturday, December 26, 2009

The AGW Hoax Amounts to Taxpayer Robbery

It's one thing when the despotic governments of developing nations conspire with corrupt environmentalists to extort billions of dollars from America to "save the planet" from climate change. But when America's own elected leaders promote and defend the "man-made climate change" hoax underlying the scheme, their actions amount to financial-treason against the American people.

Excerpts from a great column by Paul Driessen @

“This isn’t Climategate,” the California Democrat [Sen. Barbara Boxer] insists. “It’s email theft gate.” The problem isn’t the fraud; it’s that a hacker or whistleblower revealed the fraud.

Wrong, Senator. It’s not theft gate. It’s Taxpayer Robbery Gate.

We, the taxpayers, We the people – paid for this “research.” We paid billions of dollars for it – and providing the data, computer codes and analytical methods is a condition of the employment and research grants for these scientists. The work belongs to us. We own it.

"Even worse, the Taxpayer Robbery Gate scientists are working hand-in-glove to pressure the United States, Great Britain and world into spending trillions of dollars fighting “catastrophic manmade climate change” … slashing our energy use, living standards and employment base … enacting unaccountable global government … redistributing wealth and technology … restricting our liberties and civil rights … and keeping millions of families deprived of energy and in permanent destitution."

"The Boxer-White House effort makes the Watergate cover-up and obstruction of justice look like a juvenile offense. It’s paving the way for cap-tax-and-trade laws that would nationalize the entire US economy – by the same divisive, dictatorial elements that are nationalizing our banking and healthcare systems. They understand, even if the general populace still does not, that by controlling carbon they will control our lives. And if they need fraudulent science and Nixon-era tactics to achieve their goal, so be it."

Read the rest of his great column here.

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