MILLINOCKET Maine, May 18, 2014 – On Tuesday, May 13th, 2014, John Kerry hosted French foreign minister Laurent Fabius at the State Department in D.C. In his “happy to be here” speech, he made a bold prediction: “…we have 500 days to avoid climate chaos…”
In case you’re wondering, that means that, if Minister Fabius is correct, we can look forward to said climate chaos on September 25th, 2015 — almost a year and a half from now.
Is “climate chaos” to be considered the same thing as “doomsday?” It’s striking that a world leader would step onto the “the-end-is-near” stage with so many previously discredited “prophets.” Such predictions are usually met with ridicule and debasement.
This gives him insulation from ridicule, because the fear mongers in the cult have crept into positions of power and influence, and they will whole-heartedly endorse his dire prognostication. Using the word “chaos” is a clever move on the Minister’s part. It allows him to bring some originality to the cause and adds a new buzzword to the climate cult’s lexicon.
Even NASA has jumped onto the bandwagon, albeit with a longer timeline. Some new reports declare that it’s possible that we may experience rising sea levels (over the next two centuries) by as much as ten feet. And other recent reports have gone so far as to confidently and adamantly declare that this trend is irreversible.
They must have some incredibly advanced or remarkably clairvoyant computer models, because meteorologists can’t accurately predict the weather more than three days from today.
It’s telling that there are so many non-committal and qualifying words in their reports. They lean heavily on the use of may-be, could-be, suspected and speculate.
What is maddening is that these “experts” expect us to accept their word as gospel, beyond reproach, and infallible. Sounds less like science and more like a religious cult.
Finally, Al Gore in a speech at the Aspen Institute recently, expressed his disdain toward critics of climate change:
“They pay pseudo-scientists to pretend to be scientists to put out the message: ‘This climate thing, it’s nonsense. Man-made CO2 doesn’t trap heat. It may be volcanoes.’ Bulls**t! ‘It may be sun spots.’ Bulls**t! ‘It’s not getting warmer.’ Bulls**t!”
Al Gore may not be a scientist, but he has achieved star status among the climate cult elite. And as we can see, the Nobel Prize winner certainly has a way with words.
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