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“More people are waking up to the global warming con,” says Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and your current crazy friend spreading conspiracy theories on Facebook.

The Global Warming Con Job | Teh Resistance Blog

An Idiots Guide to the Great Global Warming Con

Lord Monckton, Alex Jones, Global Warming Con,2014 July

The debate on the pros and cons on global warming will continue for years and generations to come. When talking about the global warming pros and cons, one important factor is the time line. The the pros of global warming (i.e. better harvests in the north), may not be seen for generations, because of the effects of sunspot activity and local climatic variations (such as the weakening of the Gulf stream). Some of the cons of global warming may not be a great problem for generations too, such as a significant coastal city threatening sea-level rise. The global warming cons, however, could turn into a significant threat to civilization as we know it, with negative feedback loops rendering global warming out of control. The debate on pros and cons on global warming will go on, but in the meantime we have to support all the measures that the world community is taking to deal with this problem.

Global Warming Con is a Tool of Control - Rev Philip Foster

Another great analysis of the Great Global Warming Con. Not surprising that much of your terminology is heard in the world of Sales/Marketing – the Pitch, the Hook and the Close. The Close ensuring the customer walks away with the goods and the salesman walks away with the cash.

Rev Philip Foster - Global Warming Con is a Tool of Control
The negative impact of global warming is well-documented. The global warming cons are numerous and even frightening. Here are some of the key words associated with global warming: Ocean circulation disruption, desertification, flooding of low-lands due to higher sea levels, more common extreme weather events such as hurricanes, extinction of species, mass disruption to agriculture, mass movement of people away from the coastal cities.At December's U.N. Global Warming conference in Poznan, Poland, 650 of the world's top climatologists stood up and said man-made global warming is a media generated myth without basis. Said climatologist Dr. David Gee, Chairman of the International Geological Congress, For how many years must the planet cool before we begin to understand that the planet is not warming?"
The global warming con men's brazen approach would make Bernie Madoff blush.

The Global Warming con-men had a problem

This is exactly the kind of stuff that gets reasonable people denounced as the equivalent of “Holocaust deniers” by the enraged primitives of the global-warming cult. Later in the MSNBC interview, Lovelock says “I’m not a denier,” even though he did, in fact, just deny the whole rotten anthropogenic global warming con job.

A Cornucopia of up-to-date linked articles exposing the entire Global Warming con

Pros and cons of global warming | Time for change

I don’t know far this global warming con job will go but sometime in the next year or two someone in Syria will attack Israeli cities with WMDs forcing the Israelis to retaliate and nuke the Arab cities (Psalm 83, Isaiah 17:1 and Amos 1-2). Nobody will be paying attention to this global warming garbage after that.

In this study, concern over global warming con- stitutes the primary audience perception variable

Pros & Cons of Global Warming | Green World Investor

In many parts of the world, warmer weather should mean longer growing seasons. If the world were to warm, the hotter climate would enhance evaporation from the seas and, in all probability, lead to more precipitation worldwide. Moreover, the enrichment of the atmosphere with CO2 would fertilize plants, making for more vigorous growth. The IPCC assessment of warming is that “a few degrees of projected warming will lead to general increases in temperate crop yields, with some regional variation” (IPCC 2001, p. 32). Bjørn Lomborg, a Danish environmentalist and statistician, reported that with moderate adaptation by farmers, warming would boost cereal production in richer countries by 4–14 percent, while cutting them in poorer countries by 6–7 percent (2001, p. 288). The U.S. Department of Agriculture, in a cautious report, reviewed the likely influence of global warming and concluded that the overall effect on world food production would be slightly positive and that, therefore, agricultural prices would probably decrease (Kane et al. 1991).