(Larry Pickering) After having been embarrassingly ice-locked in the Antarctic, 52 confused warmists are now wending their way back home while frantically scribbling amended theses on why they didn’t find palm trees, tropical fauna and a maitai bar at the foot of Mount Erebus. read more
(SMH) Adventurer and conservationist David de Rothschild has branded Australia’s two major political parties “almost” climate change deniers. The 31-year-old heir to the Rothschild banking fortune says Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott are as bad as each other when it comes to tackling climate change. “It’s frustrating for me to see two politicians jab at each other, trying to win votes by coming out with statements that are basically short-term, populist policies that aren’t going to set the platform for a sustainable future,” he told AAP. Read more from our Lord Rothschild.
In 2007 this lump of dog manure was a carbon tax “denier” on the Alex Jones show. What is it with Jewish people like Rothschild and their use of the word “denier” every five seconds to whack gentiles over the head? Jones point blank accused Rothschilds of wanting to set up a global carbon tax. “lord” Rothschild denied it. Hear for yourself here.
(NaturalNews) Discussions of weather control technology used to be limited to the hushed gossip of conspiracy theorists, but it turns out the conspiracy theorists were right (again). Today in Abu Dhabi, scientists have successfully manipulated entire weather systems, causing up to fifty downpours of rain across the Al Ain region the desert nation over the last year. learn more
Updated; Thanks to our reader that left this link in the comments showing August 2010 the Queensland government had rain making technology from Thai king Bhumipol Adulyadej. Did someone leave this rain making technology on for too long later causing the 2011 floods?
(SMH) Hundreds of dead snapper have washed up on Coromandel beaches on the North Island of New Zealand, leaving holidaymakers perplexed. The mysterious incident came as the southern United States was hit with a second unexplained mass bird death within a week. People at Little Bay and Waikawau Bay, on the north-east of the peninsula, were stunned when children came out of the sea with armfuls of the fish and within minutes the shore was littered with them. read more