Stage 1 of the Carbon Wars is almost over.

Stage 2 is about to begin.

 

30 August 2011

A print-ready copy of this issue of "Carbon Sense" can be downloaded from:

http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/carbon-war-continues.pdf

 

 

Please Pass this On.
We need to step up the pressure for Stage 2 of this battle against the Destructive Tax on Carbon Dioxide.

 

 

The Global Warming scare is dead. Both the science and the weather have killed it. All that is left is the hidden agenda to use the "pollution" lie to engineer new taxes and grasp total government control of all aspects of energy production and use. The Carbon Cops are set to ration, rule and tax our brave new world.

 

The ALP/Greens government is also doomed. No matter what they do, the next election will sweep this government away. The ALP will suffer greatly from their dalliance with the Greens, and the Greens will become inflated as they feed on the decaying ALP carcass. But in their dying frenzy, this government will rush through its main agenda. Their major goal will be to introduce their carbon tax and try to ensure that no future administration can remove it.

 

Therefore it is likely that in the next few weeks, the government will ram its carbon tax down our throats. That is when stage 2 of the Carbon Wars start in Australia.

 

We must ensure that the Climate Industry has no doubt that THIS CARBON TAX WILL BE REPEALED and all those parasites who have attached themselves to the carbon tax teats will wither away, speculators will lose their money and directors will face questions and legal action.

 

All the merchant banks, wind and gas speculators, consultants, auditors, carbon cops, carbon credit scammers, regulators and litigation lawyers already lining up for new jobs and big handouts need to be warned of the dangers and risks. They should be told now, that there will be no compensation when the whole package is repealed.

 

We will be told "It will cost us billions of dollars to repeal this legislation". Tough luck - it will cost far

more to keep it.

 

The ideal solution is for the new government to promise to repeal the lot immediately, and do it. However, Tony Abbott and Barnaby Joyce will need a lot of support to keep the backbench (and some of the front bench) from going to water. Therefore our battle is to support the climate realists in the coalition ranks and in all minor parties.


And if immediate repeal is not possible, these tactics should be employed:

 

We must ensure that all of those poised to build shonky businesses in the carbon tax industry are warned clearly that we will never rest until this tax is repealed and the whole climate change industry is demolished without compensation. Directors who mislead or fail to inform shareholders and financiers of these risks should be subject to serious criticism, public exposure and legal action.

 


"The Science is Settled" but the party rolls on.

 

The Carbon Sense Coalition has called on the Australian and New Zealand governments to boycott the UN Global Warming talkfest planned for Durban later this year.

 

The Chairman of "Carbon Sense", Mr Viv Forbes, said that there was nothing useful left to discuss, so tax payers should be spared the costs. 

 

"There are only two legitimate topics to debate in Durban – the science of global warming or the politics of the Kyoto agreement.

 

"Government climate mercenaries tell us at every opportunity "The science of global warming is settled". They refuse to debate climate realists. Thus, according to them, there is no science to debate at Durban.

 

"The politics of Kyoto alarmism is equally settled. No one outside the Green Empire in UK, Europe and the Anzacs will renew Kyoto.

 

"Developing economies in Africa, India and China are never going to agree to carbon taxes and rationing that damage the aspirations of their millions, many of whom still lack electricity. Others such as PNG, Indonesia and Brazil will participate only to the extent needed to rip off the gullible Green Empire by selling ephemeral "carbon credits" to them.

 

"Thus the Kyoto deal is dead and there is nothing there to discuss in Durban.

 

"Almost every western government is guilty of massive overspending. Australia and New Zealand should reduce government waste by sending NO ONE to the pointless party in Durban."

 

More reading:

Kyoto goes up in smoke:

http://www.smh.com.au/environment/climate-change/kyoto-deal-loses-four-big-nations-20110528-1f9dk.html

 

US Republicans seek to cease US funding for UN Climate Activities:

http://solveclimatenews.com/news/20110825/ipcc-unfccc-climate-change-house-republicans-budget-appropriations-state-department

 

The Secret to the Global Warming Scam –
Posh Anti-capitalism

 

See a thoughtful essay by Martin Durkin, maker of "The Great Global Warming Scam":

http://carbon-sense.com/2011/08/17/durkin-posh-anti-capitalism/

 

Wind Power runs out of Puff.

 

Suddenly consumers and tax payers are waking up to the false promises and huge costs of wind power.

 

In Ontario, Tories promise a wind farm moratorium and cut in subsidies:
http://www.simcoe.com/news/article/1070802--moratorium-promised

 

In Texas, wind power has become a standing joke:

http://www.jonchristianryter.com/News_Blurbs/blurbs.html

 

Even in Europe, wind power reality is emerging. Here is a powerful statement from Roger Helmer, a British member of the European Parliament (reported in CCNet 26/8/11).

We must "Recognise that wind power implies building the same capacity twice over — once as gas-fired power stations to provide conventional back-up; and again, at far greater expense, for the wind turbines.  Remember that the gas-fired back-up will run inefficiently, intermittently, as it responds to the vagaries of the wind, and that the gas-fired units will therefore be more expensive to run, and emit more CO2, than they need to be.

"The solution is staring us in the face: just build the gas-fired plants, and forget the wind.  Gas is increasingly plentiful, and (if you care about such things) relatively low on CO2 emissions.  Only gas will keep the lights on in the medium term.  For the longer term, we need nuclear and coal.  Renewables may have a place at the margin, or in remote locations, but we should remember that wind turbines are garden ornaments, not power stations.  As Shaun Spiers of the Campaign to Protect Rural England has remarked, wind turbines “risk becoming the redundant relics of our compulsion to do something”, even if the something is damaging and counter-productive."

http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2011/08/24/there%E2%80%99ll-be-no-growth-with-current-energy-policies/

 

 

Authorised by Viv Forbes

Chairman             

The Carbon Sense Coalition

 

 

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