The United Nations has put the Earth on yet another doomsday countdown.
In a new report, UN IPCC climate change scientists say Humanity only has twelve years to change its ways to keep the rise of global temperatures below 1.5 degrees celsius or we may all meet an untimely climate-induced fate.
First, it was a little ice age, then it was acid rain, next it was a hole in the ozone, and then it was global warming - now called climate change, or climate disruption.
These were all tossed into a big fear-mongering soup of things that are going to kill us unless we send the appropriate amount of tax dollars to the government to stave off the end of days.
Now, we’re told the appropriate amount of tax dollars is $5,500 per ton of carbon dioxide emissions, at least according to the same scientists predicting global doom and gloom a little over a decade from now.
With so many predictions from these mad scientists coming and going with no apocalypse upon us, more people are beginning to see carbon taxes for what they are; a money grab and not a solution to a problem the earth has always had.
My guest keeps a watchful eye on the climate change policies coming from the United Nations, and all the tactics used by environmentalists to scare us into giving the government ever more of our hard earned money.
Joining me tonight from Calgary to cut through all the UN scaremongering is Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science.