Nick Griffin MEP offers some answers in a speech to the European Parliament.
As the coldest summer in Britain for 18 years draws to a close, a new study by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has again pointed to the conclusion that the Sun’s cosmic rays, and their role in cloud formation, rather than man-made emissions, are responsible for the Earth’s changing temperatures.
A government pledge to cut carbon emissions – based on the pseudo-science of anthropogenic global warming – is set to cost Britain more than thirteen billion pounds a year.
Nick Griffin MEP left climate change Eurocrats lost for words this week after a stinging attack on the global warming hoax during a speech in Brussels.
By Jennifer Matthys – The featured graph of world temperature records has been described as “the most stunning refutation of global warming hysteria possibly ever seen”.
By Jennifer Matthys – “The debate about global warming has reached ridiculous proportions and is full of micro-thin half-truths and misunderstandings… This issue is tearing society apart, making fools and liars out of our politicians.” Not my words, but the words of an Australian scientist – Dr David Evans – who was once on the carbon gravy train, understands the evidence, and is now a sceptic.
The blatantly untrue claim that there would be 50 million ‘environmental refugees’ by the year 2010 has been resuscitated almost verbatim by climate change scientists, but this time with a target date of 2020.
The biggest threat to the world’s environment is not the ‘man-made global warming hoax’ but rather overpopulation by the Third World and mass immigration to European nations, argues British National Party correspondent, Maid of Kent.
There is absolutely no evidence that ‘meltwaters’ from the Arctic have influenced ocean currents in any way and the coldest winter in decades has defeated the claim that our children would not know what snow is, Nick Griffin MEP has said.
The Met Office has dramatically downgraded its apocalyptic sea level flood warnings of just a few years ago as the government-appointed Committee on Climate Change has estimated that fighting “global warming” will cost the UK taxpayer £150 billion.