On the Ball

Tim Ball, that is. Dr. Tim Ball Crushes Climate Change: The Biggest Deception In History. From which:

The Club of Rome (COR), formed in 1968, decided that the world was overpopulated and expanded the Malthusian idea that the population would outgrow the food supply to all resources, especially the developed nations. COR member Maurice Strong told Elaine Dewar in her book Cloak of Green that the problem for the planet were the industrialized nations and it was everybody’s duty to shut them down. Dewar asked Strong if he planned to seek political office. He effectively said you cannot do anything as a politician, so he was going to the UN because:

He could raise his own money from whomever he liked, appoint anyone he wanted, control the agenda.

After five days with him at the UN she concluded:

Strong was using the U.N. as a platform to sell a global environment crisis and the Global Governance Agenda.

He created the crisis that the by-product of industry was causing global warming. Even Obama claimed that 97 percent of scientists agree. If he checked the source of the information, he would find the research was completely concocted. It is more likely that 97 percent of scientists never read the IPCC Reports. Those who do express their concern in very blunt terms.

And those who don’t put on black ski masks and club other people in the streets.

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29 Responses to On the Ball

  1. Nicholas (Unlicensed Joker) Gray

    I am still waiting for the Maldive Islands to sink. They claimed to be climate change victims years ago. Are they still there? Have they all sunk and nobody has noticed?

  2. Mon

    Strong is dead now. Another interesting thing about him is he got kick out of the UN for trying to pay himself back for time spent and eventually got kicked out for Canada. A piece of work that man.

  3. iain russell

    Nick, re the Maldives, I saw an article in the SMH Guide to BoBo Living recently touting the Maldives as a holiday destination. I expected the letters section to be inundated [as the Maldives are not] with SJWs denouncing this carbon spewing creature dared to add to the ‘problem’. Not one peep.

  4. Rabz

    The only entities that people have a duty to shut down (with extreme prejudice) are state funded propaganda organs.

  5. The truth will not be realised by the masses until we are on the bones of our arse. Then watch the politicians start the blame game.

    Maybe it’s good that Victoristan is following the delusional green pathway of South Australia; the sooner reality hits everyone where it truly hurts, the sooner this misery will be buried forever.

  6. max

    “data confirm the conclusion drawn from initial research on marine sedimentation, i.e., the globe has undergone 8 glacial cycles, each lasting about 100,000 years, and at the intervals are relatively warm interglacial periods, lasting averagely 10,000 years.
    Although the last ice age ended 12,000 years ago, scientists don’t think there will an ice age soon.”

    I like global worming.

  7. Rabz

    Then watch the politicians start the blame game.

    Gerrymander Jay Weatherdildo has already started.

  8. gbees

    Very depressing. I’ve been across this since the Maurice Strong days in the 1970s. Nothing short of a Royal Commission into the global warming fraud and prosecution of the perpetrators will satisfy me. If they could be convicted and made to pay back the extorted $billions that would be good.

  9. Up The Workers!

    Wise Old Confucius say:

    “It take many hands to make light work.
    And only one Jurassic Weatherdill to turn the bugger off again!”

  10. Bruce of Newcastle

    If they could be convicted and made to pay back the extorted $billions that would be good.

    Add at least four noughts. Tens of trillions so far have been wasted to enrich the fraudsters.
    No wonder they’re so hard to bring down.
    I’ve never seen such institutionalised theft in all my years on this planet.
    The “climate change” trough is enormous.

  11. Bruce in WA

    The “climate change” trough is enormous bottomless.

    FIFY

  12. Yes – we could have a Royal Commission.
    Just like the last one into union corruption where standover men were allowed in the public gallery to intimidate witnesses.

  13. Motelier

    I told last night of the conversation with Perfessor Green over a bottle of wine.

    2 billion is the number.

  14. John Constantine

    40% chance of rolling brownouts in yarragrad this summer, higher than south Australia.

    Unless the diesel Gennie’s get set up in time.

    Back to the roaring twenties, just before the market crash.

  15. Tim Neilson

    40% chance of rolling brownouts in yarragrad this summer, higher than south Australia.

    How do those odds work?

    60% chance Dan the CFMEU sockpuppet will pay industry to shut down to avoid inconveniencing voters in marginal electorates – because using taxpayers’ money to reduce production is a core Labor/Greens value.

    40% chance he’ll just let the brownouts happen because he’s so confident ABC/Fairfax/most of the rest of the MSM will tell the voters that the problem was insufficient taxpayer funded subsidies for union super fund owned ruinable energy.

    Presumably there’s no other realistic scenario.

  16. Roger

    Not content with shutting down industry, the climate change movement has begun to demonise beef cattle.

    Not to worry, as the ABC has breathlessly reported several times recently, scientists are already developing protein from insects for human consumption.

    Soylent Green, anyone?

  17. duncanm

    for the brownouts — they’re planning to pay generators on standby — even if they don’t get turned on.

    Sounds like a nice new scam

  18. RobK

    I like to think that at a certain point our betters will realize that they’ve made a massive mistake on the CO2 conjecture and energy policy but I’m not at all confident that will be the case. It will likely be a Anthropogenic Malthusian Hazard Adjustment Programme. It’s a scheme of biblical proportions.

  19. RobK

    AEMOs plea for “strategic reserve” (which it essentially describes as “stand by”plant only needed in emergency) is for 1GW. I note Malcolm’s pumping scheme is around 350MW……to me, this is nothing short of an admission of absolute unmitigated failure of the RET. Get rid of it.

  20. Bruce of Newcastle

    40% chance of rolling brownouts in yarragrad this summer, higher than south Australia.
    Unless the diesel Gennie’s get set up in time.

    SA and Vic weather are pretty solidly teleconnected. So when one is in a renewbull drought the other will be too, often enough.

    So what happens to the Vic-SA interconnectors when there’s not enough electrons to send to Weatherillstan? Does Dan the Man pull out the plug?

    Could be some fine lefty-on-lefty fun. Stock up on certified non-halal popcorn.

  21. cohenite

    Maurice strong is well dead but his vile progeny has multiplied.

    I had good relations with the MacGen boys before Vesey took them over against sound financial advice which that bastard baird ignored, and they reckoned in 2009 that alarmism would be around for over a decade. I reckon they underestimated.

  22. BoyfromTottenham

    RobK – No, the RET is NOT a failure, its operating exactly as designed (read the legislation!), hugely subsidising the building and operation of ‘renewables’, whilst simultaneously undermining the viability of the coal and gas baseload power generators by forcing them to shut down capacity in favour of renewable power, and hiding it all from the average customer by not requiring our electricity bills to show the real (unsubsidised) wholesale price of ‘renewable’ power vs baseload power. I recently showed a ‘green’ friend that Hepburn Wind for example, a Victorian windfarm cooperative, earns almost twice as much from selling its LRET certificates as it does from selling its electricity, thus turning a loss-making venture into one making 20% net profit. He was surprised, but being a Kiwi could care less.

  23. Spring is near

    Up the Workers. Gold!

  24. egg_

    the ABC has breathlessly reported several times recently, scientists are already developing protein from insects for human consumption.

    Cannibalism from the hive mind?

  25. Garry

    The only way any of this will be fixed is if we have a massive over correction to the right politically. And it will eventually happen. Regardless of ideology (apart from one, which contributes nothing anyway) people are basically driven by self survival and self interest and when they can’t afford to turn a heater on or the basic essentials of life become too expensive they will come to the conclusion that feeling good about the non existant climate change repair experiment is just a bridge too far!

  26. There is an upside if the power goes out for a couple of hours every few days. At least the 12 year olds who’ve been taught at school about jabbing each others poo hole will have some privacy to do so.
    Think of the chilcheren.

    I came to this country as a 10 year old in 1969. Thought then it was the best place on Earth. My my how much it has improved /sarc

  27. Evan

    This crazy conspiracy theory might be true, who knows? But it has no impact on whether or not covalently bonded molecules reflect infra-red, nor whether the concentration of covalently bonded molecules in the atmosphere has increased.

  28. Myrddin Seren

    An end note:

    The Club of Rome (COR), formed in 1968, decided that the world was overpopulated and expanded the Malthusian idea that the population would outgrow the food supply to all resources, especially the developed nations.

    Given it is nearly fifty years since The Club was formed and in the interim civilisation has failed to collapse, there are more people and many live longer, and obesity is now flagged as the leading calorie problem, has the Club ever recanted on ‘Limits to Growth’ ?

    Seems not:

    The message of this book still holds today: The earth’s interlocking resources – the global system of nature in which we all live – probably cannot support present rates of economic and population growth much beyond the year 2100, if that.

    The book contains a message of hope, as well: Man can create a society in which he can live indefinitely on earth if he imposes limits on himself and his production of material goods to achieve a state of global equilibrium with population and production in carefully selected balance.

    Shorter version – there are too many of you Proles and we* have to thin the ranks – considerably.

    This is the core of the matter that The Great and the Good came together on, and the message is unchanged. All policy decisions, including around energy – the master resource – flow from this base assumption.

    * Our members are notable scientists, economists, businessmen, high level civil servants and former heads of state from around the world.

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