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Wheel of Fortune's Pat Sajak's solution to global warming.

March 16, 2008

This was emailed to me. Haven’t had time to check it out. Hope it’s true. Let all the fans of Wheel of Fortune join together with Pat to expose the fraud. Pat won’t be  able to give away all the great prizes without his contestants  being  forced to  buy carbon  credits.

A Solution to Man-Made Global Warming

by Pat Sajak

There are apparently tens of millions of people around the world who are  convinced global warming is real, and mankind (particularly American mankind) is  responsible. Further, they believe utterly catastrophic results are imminent  unless we drastically alter our lifestyles — and soon. These alterations
include the things we eat, our transportation, our daily work and leisure  habits, and even the number of children we should have. The problem is there are  also tens of millions of people around the world who are skeptical of this  theory, and, despite one side’s claims the debate is settled, a significant and  growing number of climate experts keep challenging their conclusions.

So, those who believe disaster is around the corner face a dilemma: while  they’re educating their fellow citizens and demanding governments regulate  believers and non-believers alike, the problem continues, and the date of the world’s doom draws ever closer. But there is a solution. It’s relatively simple,
can begin immediately, and will change the dynamics of global warming overnight.
Instead of continuing to preach to the rest of us, the true believers need to  step forward and set an example. I’m not talking about recycling Evian bottles;
I’m talking about giving up cars and moving into smaller houses or apartments,  or even forming communes where people can live simpler, more Earth-friendly  lives. Yes, I’m talking about living the kinds of lives they want all of us to live.

Such a movement could literally start tomorrow. It would need a leader, of  course; someone who could inspire others to choose a more spartan lifestyle. The  obvious choice would be Al Gore, who already has a loyal following. If he would  eschew large homes, gas-guzzling cars, private jets and the consumption of meat,
millions more would likely do the same. If enough people joined the cause, Mr.  Gore and his followers would be able to demonstrate the results of this new way  of living in very short order. They could lead by example. They could create a
/movement/. They could have uniforms and badges and secret handshakes. The could  have their own reality TV show. In short, they could become a major force for  change. Carmakers would be driven out of business or forced to dramatically  alter their products to meet the demands of this eco-friendly Gorian tsunami.  Companies of all stripes would, similarly, have to adapt or perish.

Once the rest of us saw the presumed reversal (or at least slowing-down) of  global warming, it would do more to convince us than any lecture or study signed  by UN scientists, and it would likely add millions more to the cause. So what if  you can’t get one-hundred percent co-operation initially? Wouldn’t half (or a
third or a quarter) of the population make a huge difference if they made  substantial sacrifices? You could argue it wouldn’t be fair to have some of us  going on abusing the planet and leading our lives of consumption and gluttony  while others are putting aside the trappings of modern life, but this isn’t  about fairness; it’s about survival.

The time for talk is over. The time for action is now. Just think of millions  and millions of committed Americans making the personal sacrifices necessary to  demonstrate their resolve to combat man-made global warming. And, most  important, thanks to their efforts, theory would be replaced by fact. It’s much
easier to argue about a study than it is to refute the demonstrable results when  the temperature drops and the ocean levels stabilize. When future generations  write of the sacrifices of these men and women, they’ll use words like  “inspirational” and “heroic”.

And so, I urge the advocates for change to embark on this important mission. Do it for the children. Godspeed.

Cloak of Green The Links between Key Environmental Groups, Government and Big Business

January 20, 2008

This book was published in 1995 and after you read it you will never look at the Green Movement or your govt. the same way again. A massive con of the public by the Greens, govt. and the media. One world govt. is the end game for these groups. Follow the link at the bottom of the page to read the book online, get it at your library or order a copy, but read the book. Follow your tax dollars.

Now that Elizabeth May is in politics, and presumably hoping to attract progressive-minded people, she will have to live down her reputation, so caustically described by Elaine Dewar in her book, Cloak of Green, about the environmental movement, of being on all sides at the same time.

Dewar first ran into May when she (May) was a member of the Canadian government delegation to the preparatory meeting in Nairobi for the upcoming Rio summit on the environment. Since May was national director of the Sierra Club, as well as executive director of Cultural Survival Canada, Dewar found this rather puzzling. After a little further questioning Dewar came to the conclusion that May had become an NGO interface with government.Rogelio A. Maduro 21st Century Science and Technology : “Cloak of Green … is a devastating expose of the shady finances of the international environmental movement… if you’ve been snookered into supporting the groups that raise money to prevent environmental doomsdays, this book just might help save your money for real causes.”

Publishers Weekly : “Cloak of Green probed the dark underbrush of environmental politics…”

Joe Woodard BC Report : “This is a must-read for anyone interested in environmentalism and the “global environment” movement…this account of [the author’s] determined four-year journey through environmentalism is a triumph of truth over ideology.

Cloak of Green is truly honest reporting of a threatening future.”

Book Description
Most concerned citizens trust environmental groups to fight on behalf of the public for sensible solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. But Elaine Dewar discovered that this trust is often misplaced.

In this book the award-winning journalist explores links between key environmental groups, government and big business. Written like a mystery, Cloak of Green follows the author from a Toronto fundraiser for the Kayapo Indians of Brazil to the Amazon rainforest and the global backrooms of Brasilia, Washington and Geneva. Along the way she meets some fascinating people–Anita Roddick of the Body Shop, businessman-politican Maurice Strong, and activists who run key Canadian and American environmental groups. She discovers some disturbing revelations about these groups and their relations to “green” corporations and government.

Cloak of Green is a penetrating investigative study that challenges many established pieties of the environmental movement.

About the Author
ELAINE DEWAR is a prominent journalist and author with many National Magazine Awards to her credit.Cloak of Green can be read on line here

Agenda 21 – The UN Blueprint for the 21st Century

January 17, 2008

Editor: I encourage you to visit the Global  Green Agenda site.

Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound reorientation
of all human society,unlike anything the world has ever experienced
a major shift in the priorities of both governments and individuals and
an unprecedented redeployment of human and financial resources.
This shift will demand that a concern for the environmental
consequences of every human action be integrated into individual
and collective decision-making at every level.

– excerpt, UN Agenda 21

Agenda 21 – The UN Blueprint for the 21st Century

Like most ‘green movement initiatives’ Agenda 21 is a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’. It is not an environmental management policy, but an attempt to impose a global centrally planned quasi-government administered by the United Nations. Under Agenda 21 all central government and local authority signatories are required to conform strictly to a common prescribed standard and hence this is just communism resurrected in a new guise. Now that Agenda 21 has gained a stranglehold on global regulatory and planning processes Maurice Strong has moved on to the next phase of the Global Green Agenda.

In association with Mikhail Gorbachev, Strong co-chaired the committee responsible for drafting the Earth Charter. Compared to the 2500 pages that make up Agenda 21 and the BGA it is a tiny document – only 4 pages long. But it is of far more significance to the Global Green Agenda. The Earth Charter is a “declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century”. It is the constitution for a New Green Order. You can read about it here.

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