November 08, 2016

Who’s really behind carbon taxes and why? Friends of Science educate the public about UN ties

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator
 

There were many great speakers at the Alberta Wide Rally in Calgary over the weekend, one being Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science.

Michelle is Communications Manager of the organization, a group of earth and atmospheric scientists that have been engaging in climate literature review since 2002.

Their research suggests that the sun is the main driver of the climate, not humans and not carbon dioxide.

Watch my video to see Michelle’s answers to my questions about carbon dioxide and human induced climate change. Michelle fills me in on the real reason why the government is implementing the carbon tax and the 97% consensus on anthropogenic, or human induced climate change.

Friends of Science is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteers who focus on educating the public about climate science with the opinion that the sun is the main direct and indirect driver of climate change. By doing so, they hope to encourage the public to pressure governments to host public debates on the merits of human induced climate change.

For more information, you can visit their website at www.friendsofscience.org.

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commented 2016-11-08 21:08:27 -0500
@kelvin-new study out of the UK today stating the bird and bat grinders are consuming lots more bats than previously thought. Just a small sacrifice for the greater good. Watch them remedy this with mandatory bird bangers around every farm. Most farmers are right wingers anyway.
commented 2016-11-08 18:58:39 -0500
Robert said, “The only way we’ll get rid of the carbon tax is Alberta independence.”

Have to dump the Notley witch, too.
commented 2016-11-08 18:16:54 -0500
Robert – a federally imposed carbon tax and its resultant economic cataclysm in the province’s prime industry could just be the spark to set off the departure process
commented 2016-11-08 17:49:17 -0500
The only way we’ll get rid of the carbon tax is Alberta independence.
commented 2016-11-08 16:30:23 -0500
See my “From There to Here, How I Became a Skeptic of Anthropological (Human) Caused Catastrophic Climate Change.” It is a three part story: Part 1 outlines the journey of how I got to my current opinion, Part 2 outlines what I currently believe and Part 3 gives my recommendations about what we should be doing. http://heinzegroup.com/climate2016.htm I am sure a lot of people will be able to identify with it.
commented 2016-11-08 14:12:38 -0500
I live in the city and I knew better than to vote for liars and thieves. I know many that did vote in haste for the communists, and I remind them of the damage being done, at every opportunity. I don’t care whether they like it or not.
commented 2016-11-08 13:45:18 -0500
Stigmatizing CO2 was a process designed by the 1% Club of Rome to commodicize “carbon” as a tradable valuated commodity of exchange in the market place – it was done because fiat monetization, un collectable debt trading instruments and abused credit issue have destabilized the westen monetary systems – carbon trading and green energy were desparate attempts to stave off an inevitable collapse of the old economic systems.

It has nothing to do with science, climate or varitas – it’s about greed and the concentration of wealth.
commented 2016-11-08 13:06:33 -0500
Plain talk and lots of it! Drown out the lies with the truth.
commented 2016-11-08 12:50:42 -0500
Great interview!

I look at all those high rise buildings in the background, and think that these would be great platforms for windmills. It seems that the majority of city dwellers voted for the NDP , so therefore they in turn should put their votes to fruition and let the government implement their green plan in their own neighbor hoods, instead of littering up good agricultural land. Just think of the savings in transmission lines alone!

Of course I’m being sarcastic, but hey, what do you think city people would do if this would happen? There would be a "not in my backyard " campaign for sure.

It’s a no win solution for rural people for the numbers aren’t in our favour.

Wake up city folks, one day you’ll find out we’re all getting screwed.