Dr Pugh: fence-sitting and typical political spin to cultivate brownie points from trusting residents…?
Not all, but a lot of Southport residents fall for the spin, time and time again, from clever politicians …
The following is a little refresher with a few extracts from one of my books, Dirty Politics .
John Pugh MP appears to follow the same channel of unconfirmed scientific theory as many others, which leads councils to ultimately enforce AWC (fortnightly waste collections) on residents. Does this local politician, and numerous others who follow suit, urge constituents to 'support' unconfirmed eco-protocols that could cost us £76 Trillion, according to some experts?
I fairly asked some time ago if Southport’s MP John Pugh had jumped on the environmental bandwagon via his latest endorsement for climate alarmism in the Southport media. Does he know more about this issue than 18,000 scientists who opposed the Kyoto Protocol that we observed earlier in this book? Dr Pugh stated:
“The scale of the problem of global warming is awesome"
John Pugh MP - Champion,
4th Jan. 2006
John Pugh MP - Midweek Visitor
- 4th Jan. 2006
Is John Pugh MP the new 'Eco-Champion' of the masses against alleged man-made global warming (MMGW) or just one more 'out of touch' politician following the herd into unproven and mega-costly eco incentives? So does
climate alarmist, Mr Pugh, know more about the subject than numerous experts
who now dismiss such sham-science?
Of course Dr Pugh, Bill Milburn for Sefton Council, and their fellow climate alarmists are not alone in banging this ambiguous eco-war drum.
The BBC reported in March 2007 that Environment minister Ben Bradshaw said pilot schemes with fortnightly collections had revealed an increase in the amount of recycling. Flying the characteristic climate alarmist flag, he considered recycling as a,
"major part of our battle against climate change".
Recycling household waste, he added, was
“the equivalent of taking 3.5 million cars off the road".
Oh really; but how significant would this figure be , if at all, to saving the world from the perceived iniquity of the horseless carriage so widely besmirched by the devout followers of quasi-religious MMGW doctrine?
According to the Association of British Drivers (ABD) mankind is accountable for only 3.5% of total global carbon cycle CO2 emissions and cars are responsible for only one-seventh of that 3.5%.
This amounts to just 0.5% of total emissions. ABD says that if every single car vanished from the surface of the planet overnight, there would be no quantifiable plunge in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and absolutely no impact whatsoever on climate change.
This would appear to make Mr Bradshaw’s, Pugh’s and Milburn’s frantic climate claims over emissions about as practical as a well-used chocolate tea pot. They may be big on hype, agenda and propaganda but their alleged facts sadly leave plenty to be desired! Whosoever furnishes these good gents with data needs to take a rain check really fast!
As stated to the ABD by a delegate attending an emissions trading conference in
’s capital city: England
“Global warming isn't about the environment, it's about politics, trade and taxes.”
I must in all honesty, after checking available data - rather than accepting typical third-hand MMGW political propaganda, agree with that preceding assertion.
The MMGW issue is one of the biggest scams ever pulled over the trusting global masses.
I also note here that I am not alone in reaching this conclusion for the founder of the Weather Channel in the US has described the concept of global warming as “The greatest scam in history” and accused the worldwide media of colluding with 'environmental extremists' to frighten the public.
In an article published on the International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project, which is known for challenging run of the mill theories on global warming John Coleman wrote:
"It is the greatest scam in history. I am amazed, appalled and highly offended by it. Global Warming; It is a SCAM,"
I wrote more on this transparent fiasco here…