Hey Governor, the UN IPCC Report on Extreme Weather is a Fraud
12/10/2011 33 Comments
The Governor of California is giving a new meaning to Kakistocracty: Government under the control of it worst or least-qualified citizens.
“It’s time for courage, it’s time for creativity and it’s time for boldness to tackle climate change.”
– Governor Brown, Sept 13, 2011
According to the Governors web site, my emphasis added:
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and environmental, business and public health and safety leaders will come together on December 15 in San Francisco at The Governor’s Conference on Extreme Climate Risks and California’s Future.
The Governor’s Conference will focus on the threats of unpredictable and extreme weather events on the state’s economy, business sectors, public health and natural resources. Attendees will discuss the best ways to prepare and protect our state and adapt to these growing risks.
The Governor’s conference builds on the findings of a United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report outlining the link between global warming, extreme weather events and their economic impact.
According one of our local bloggers and and a promoter of Kakistocracty the speakers will include:
•Former Governor Schwarzenegger
•Nancy Sutely — Director, White House Council on Environmental Quality
•Sir Richard Branson — Virgin Group
•Dr. Rajendra Pachauri — Chairman Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, winner of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize
•John Laird — Secretary, California Resources Agency
•Traci Stevens — Acting Secretary, California Department of Business, Transportation and Housing
•Major General David Baldwin — California National Guard
•Sierra Business Council President Steve Frisch
Yes, Nevada County’s own forecaster of environmental doom will be speaking at this gathering of misinformed band of climate change warmers. What warming you say? This warming:
And this warming:
Did you see all the warming that is going to create huge risks to the citizens of California? I will be examining each of those risks at they are tossed on the table and reported in the lames stream media.
Kakistocracy: I have been wanting to use this word ever since George Rebane used in HERE. In reading the commentary on the UN IPCC COP-17 meeting in Durban, South Africa, kakistocracy has been used by several observers. I expect we will have future opportunities to use it again, as I examine the results produced by the Governors band of useful idiots, as they weave their tales of misery and woe from the climate change that is not happening.