We know that the "science" has been frauded and that the next report from the political body - the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will slightly retract from its "Alarmist" stance in its next report.
Warwick Hughes, on his great blog Errors in IPCC science writes
Climate sceptics should stand firm and not let the IPCC get away with weasel words back-peddling from years of failed predictions and poor science. Multi-Billions of dollars worth of harm has been and is being done to western economies in the guise of saving the planet.
Australia should cease all cooperation with the IPCC and no Govt funded scientist or organization should participate.So, who else do you think should be opposed to the great GREEN myth of the falsified catastrophic man-made global warming hypothesis? Surely - Mining Magnate Clive Palmer.
Well, Clive is reported to have spent at least $12 million (link) on his election campaign, whilst our fledgling minnow party spent, nationwide, around $40,000.
So, for every $4 dollars we spent, Clive spent $12,000 - it's great if you have money, and can give every household a DVD of your project to rebuild a sinking TITANIC, but Clive, why do you support the GREENS?
Here are some of, at least at this stage of the count, the way Clive Palmers' preferences are going:
In Queensland, PUP Glenn Lazarus is provisionally elected. Congratulations.
James William Walter Fenwick McDONALD (Palmer United Party) excluded22,691 (2.63%) votes originally from Palmer United Party distributed to Australian GreensHello?
Palmer preferencing the GREENS? Preferencing the party opposed to his income source, Mining? Can it be so?
And in Western Ausralian, where do you think, in this major mining state, Clive's PUP preferences went?
29: Zhenya WANG (Palmer United Party) excluded
- 50,149 (5.24%) votes originally from Palmer United Party distributed to The Greens (WA) (Scott LUDLAM) via preference 21.
- 2,394 (0.25%) votes originally from Katter's Australian Party distributed to The Greens (WA) (Scott LUDLAM) via preference 56.
- Scott LUDLAM (The Greens (WA)) provisionally elected.