Why the BBC’s preaching on global warming is getting louder

wind farmIn wishing you all a happy Easter, I was planning to discuss what exactly the fact that this Easter we have fewer primroses in Somerset than usual has to do with “climate change”. But I have had to hold this over because I need to send a message of sympathy to the BBC for how they have lately had to treat us almost daily to programmes trying to defend the collapsing case for global warming.

I particularly enjoyed one on the World Service explaining, with the aid of a psychologist, why people these days seem to be going on about global warming much less they did a few years ago; and even more the one on Radio 4 in which a studio-full of devout warmists tried to dismiss some of the more awkward scientific objections raised by “climate sceptics”, without having a single “sceptic” present.

But if you were wondering why the BBC has recently been so keen to preach to us on this subject even more relentlessly than usual, this is, of course, because of that global “climate treaty” they are so desperate to see signed in Paris next December. Unfortunately, this coming of the long-awaited Messiah is not going to happen, for exactly the same reason that made such a fiasco of their last great religious rally in Copenhagen in 2009. China, India and Russia, three of the world’s top five “carbon-emitting” nations, aren’t going to have it.

The greatest “sinner” of all, China, laughing behind its hand, tells President Obama that it might do something to curb its emissions; but only after 2030. India says it might do something even sooner; but only so long as the developed world steps up to the plate with the $100 billion a year they promised five years ago to developing countries. Now the Russians say they have already pretty well done enough by closing all those polluting old Soviet industries after the fall of Communism in 1990.

So despite the BBC looking ever more like a little band of true believers huddled on a mountain top waiting for the Second Coming, that treaty they’ve so fervently been praying for just ain’t going to be. A happy Easter to them all just the same.

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    Amber

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    China is less inclined to be politically correct when it comes to their own interests .they don’t really care what the west thinks .

    Want a billion people ? China will happily
    wish them well and walk them to the ship .

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    Al Shelton

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    These BBC people would mock a person walking down the street with a sandwich board saying “Repent. The end is neigh”.
    Yet they sit there blabbering away about the “evil” gas CO2 that is going to cause “Thermageddon”.
    What an unbelievable bunch of fools.

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    mike cross

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    If you think the BBC are bad you want to read the trash in the New Scientist (or rather you don’t if you are any kind of thinking person). Almost every article on any subject gets a twist to raise the issue of AGW and the editorials are obcessed with the SCAM. It’s as if something has been put in the water to distort their reality.

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    Amber

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    The Climate Con industry will go down kicking and screaming just like any $trillion industry when the market dumps them .

    BBC pension plan investments in green
    stocks will insure the preaching continues
    but they just don’t get not everyone was so keen .

    Most of the market has moved on but maybe they will get a dead cat bounce
    in December from the no miss Paris conference .

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    Aido

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    The left-leaning slant in the BBC is embarrassingly obvious. Truly it’s a hotbed of watermelons – green on the outside, red on the inside.

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    Gator

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    Whenever I see wind farms, this is the picture that comes to mind…

    [img]http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120817070953/pureserene/images/3/3b/PF_Marching_Hammers.jpg[/img]

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