The Europeans are revolting!

Climate revolt in the European Parliament.

In a significant moment in the history of the European Parliament, a third of MEPs today voted against attempts to exaggerate the impact of global warming. 

The European Climate Realist Network (ECRN) welcomes the votes of 225 MEPs, who this morning rejected the motion by green parties to declare a climate emergency, a motion that was, nevertheless, passed in the European Parliament by 429 MEPs.

In light of our call yesterday for MEPs to vote against the climate emergency declaration, this is an encouraging sign that unquestioning climate alarm is beginning to be seriously challenged.

The vote took place on the same day as Tata Steel Europe has confirmed it will cut 3000 European jobs and amid reports that the new EU Commissioner plans to spend a staggering £3 trillion on a unilateral climate agenda.

JO NOVA posts on the European Union.

WINDWATCH.  A the evening peak on Friday Wind was providing 7% of total demand.


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6 Responses to The Europeans are revolting!

  1. A fortnight earlier that this, the EU commemorated Kristallnacht with a vote to mark J**wish company products from Judea and Samaria. December 12th is when the UK decides whether to finally take a step towards dumping this muck in the cess pool where it belongs.

  2. John Brumble says:

    To be heard 100 years from now:
    “Of course, we know that the right-wing eco-fascist movement that killed 2 billion people has nothing to do with the wonderful democratic socialist utopia we are proposing that would usher in a new era of feels”.
    “It was clearly hijacked by the right and just wasn’t done properly, this time we’ll do it correctly.”
    “‘When was it hijacked?’, you ask? Oh, exactly at the point you say it was bad.”

  3. max says:

    Patterns and perspectives in environmental science report prepared for the National Science Board 1972

    The pattern of glaciation is best known for the past few hundred thousand years, a time during which ice- sheets repeatedly formed and advanced to cover North America as far south as a front running from Seattle to New York, and Europe as far south as a front running from London to east of Moscow. A substantial ice- sheet also repeatedly covered Patagonia, and mountain glaciers formed wherever high mountains and mountain ranges were available. The repeated advances of the ice-sheets were separated by interglacial times during which all continental ice-sheets dis- appeared except those of Greenland and Antarctica. We are presently in the middle of one of these interglacial times.

    Judging from the record of the past interglacial ages, the present time of high temperatures should be drawing to an end, to be followed by a long period of considerably colder temperatures leading into the next glacial age some 20,000 years from now.

  4. Tel says:

    “‘When was it hijacked?’, you ask? Oh, exactly at the point you say it was bad.”

    The EU started off as a free trade zone, never intended to be a political union, and declaring emergency powers to rule over people’s lifestyle is absolutely beyond any authority they might have. It was hijacked by the socialists, not the other way around.

    I really hope the UK get the heck out of there ASAP.

  5. Dr Fred Lenin says:

    Tel ,thats why I call it the Fourth Reich ,it resembles Hitlers Socialist Third Reich so closely .
    The bureaucrats stealthily increased their power the aparat rules not the elected representatives ,
    Sir Humphrey on speed

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