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October 30, 2009

carbon-emissions copyToday, according to BBC News, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced “a breakthrough” in the carbon tax scheme.  Pardon my skepticism, but CO2, according to experts, not pseudo-science experts such as Al Gore, is one of the fundamental elements for life on this planet.  Many of the global warming assertions have already been exposed by environmental scientists as an exaggerated pseudo-scientific theory.  Apparently, there is some truth and much hype.  But they have an agenda – more taxation on a global scale.

 The BBC article goes on to present the projected global tax in euros and pounds:

 “Reducing global warming by 2020 may cost 100bn euros (£89.6bn) per year, EU leaders say, with annual public funding estimated at between 22bn and 50bn euros (£19.7bn to £44.8bn).”

I won’t assume that global warming issues are a hoax, since I am not as well informed about the issue as I would like to be.  However, if anything, I lean toward the view of over 31,000 respected scientists in their field who signed the following petitition:

 “There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate. Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon the natural plant and animal environments of the Earth.”

 Here is just one of many educated opinions that you can find at

 “Professor Geoff Duffy, a Chemical Engineering expert from The University of Auckland in New Zealand adds this, “Caring for the environment is one very important issue, (but) it has little to do with climate change.”

“Carbon dioxide is but a trace, and mankind’s CO2 footprint is a trace- of-a-trace.” He continues, “CO2 is not a pollutant; it is a valuable feedstock for all plant and vegetable life on which we depend; and the bi-product is oxygen! The atmosphere and the sea buffer all changes. History alone shows that mankind can do virtually little to change climate: but we can keep our local environment clean!”

What disturbs me about the BBC article (leave it to me to pick up on the religious aspect) is that as the UN increasingly gains mega-global power, it seems to be incorporating a religio/politico aspect into its public announcements.  A global morality through a unified “one world” religion is being brought to the forefront.  The article states:

“Meanwhile, leaders from across the UK’s religious communities have said there is a “moral imperative” to tackle global warming.

 Leaders from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Baha’i, Jain and Zoroastrian faiths have called on G20 nations to cut greenhouse gases.”

 So, Zoroastrian faiths?  Christian, for information sake, you might want to look this one up.  But the point is this – how or WHY would a group of religious leaders be calling, in unity no less, for the G20 to solve this issue?  

It’s coming together, my friends.  Be strong in the Lord and the power of His might.


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