Thursday, 20 August 2015

‘Global Warming’ is All About Anti-Capitalist Polemics, And Has Nothing to Do, Really, With Science

In February this year, this blog posted the admission of the UNFCCC Chief, Christian Figueres:

Our aim is not to save the world from ecological calamity but to destroy capitalism.


Of course the Main Stream Media, promoters of the hoax - the Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming (CAGW), failed to report this.

Today it had been confirmed by Leftist Author Naomi Klein. It is about the Communist Revolution.

As Heartland's blog Somewhat Reasonable reports:
Liberal writer Naomi Klein’s magnum opus on the environment,This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate, is a must-read for conservatives and libertarians.  The mask is off. Klein admits progressive policies on the environment are really about what Marx and Lenin said the communist revolution desired 100 years ago — the overthrow of capitalism. This is not about science, or health, at all.  “Our economic model is at war with the Earth,” writes Klein. “We cannot change the laws of nature. But we can change our economy. Climate change is our best chance to demand and build a better world.”
Read more of "this one goofy gospel" HERE .


H/t Jim Ball

The HIGH COST of RENEWABLE ENERGY SUBSIDIES

Brendon Pearson, Chief Executive of the Minerals Council of Australia announced the details of a report undertaken by economic consultancy Principal Economics

The report found that Australia’s renewable energy sector received subsidies (including the Renewable Energy Target, feed in tariffs and other green policy costs) worth $2.8 billion in 2013-14.


On an output basis, these renewable subsidies translated into almost $412 per megawatt hour (MWh) for solar technologies, $42 per MWh for wind and $18 per MWh for all other renewable sources (including hydro).
By comparison coal fired power received less than $1 per MWh and natural gas less than 1 cent per MWh delivered.
In 2013/14, these renewable energy subsidies added between 3 to 9 per cent to the average household bill and up to 20 per cent for some industrial users.
H/t IPA, Lames Paterson