Monday, March 24, 2008

Finding Climate Change In Iraq

So now we have officially past the five year mark of the Iraq War, no doubt celebrated in Baghdad with with a big cake, lots of ice cream and many presents from countries far and wide.

Apparently George "I Am In Denial" Bush still thinks that it was a great idea to launch an illegal attack sovereign country on false pretenses, suggesting that "the world is a safer place since the 2003 invasion". George's views have been supported by his biggest cheerleader and Vice President Dick "Don't stand in front of my shotgun" Cheney who acknowledged "the phenomenal improvement in security".

Another milestone has been the 4000th American fatality in the Iraq conflict. But some checkpoints that will never be revealed is the monetary cost to the American economy and the civilian cost to the Iraqi people.

Funny how the best of intentions can end so tragically when the original premise was based on a pack of lies. If you don't believe me then just ask Ted Haggard or Eliot Spitzer.

In the Iraq war, the lies were about weapons of mass destruction and Iraq's link to al Qaeda and the futile attempt by the United States to eradicate problems that didn't exist, at enormous expense of money and lives. The only thing the Iraq war proved, is how easily large groups of supposedly intelligent people can be duped into supporting the most outrageous and
illogical actions imaginable.

The global warming fraud is no different. Climate change has been a part of the earth's landscape for 4.5 billion years. The last episode of global warming has been happening continuously for the last 18,000 years accompanied in lockstep with 120 metres of sea level rise.

Alarmists in the climate change issue, like the Americans in the Iraqi war are trying to solve a problem that isn't there. The climate change outcome to is inevitable, trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives wasted until common sense prevails. It too bad that George Bush couldn't have added climate change in Iraq as an an excuse for regime change, that way all the unsolvable problems could have be eliminated in one felled swoop.

1 comment:

Barby said...

What are your views on Global Dimming? A 30 year study on polution being the cause of global warming.