|Inconvenient Truth: Does that mean political lies?
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|Author:||Westonman [ Wed Sep 20, 2017 11:35 am ]|
|Post subject:||Inconvenient Truth: Does that mean political lies?|
This article by Graham Stringer MP: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... arned.html
ought to cause an enormous political earthquake that reduces to rubble the very foundations of the whole of the political class and their media associates.
Every MP should now be accountable for idly standing by and doing nothing to prevent this green insanity from taking hold. Every MP should now be compelled to explain why they haven't asked very searching questions into this anti-CO2 insanity. And every media reporter and media management should be required to give account for their unbridled support for propagating green lies about global warming/climate change. As Graham Stringer MP indicates, Parliament couldn't even take seriously the exposed fraud that was revealed by the leaking of East Anglia University 'Climategate' emails.
A quote from Graham Stringer MP:
Like so many other public institutions, the BBC has adopted its eco posture without any genuine scientific literacy. Most BBC executives and reporters would be clueless about the second law of thermodynamics. In this highly politicised field, adherence to the correct dogma seems to count more than an open mind.I fully agree with that statement. Any professional employee in the medical/scientific/engineering/technical/legal spheres suspected of unprofessional and dishonest reporting would be placed on immediate suspension from all duties, pending an in depth investigation into their actions. Why not the BBC?
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