Saturday, 31 May 2008

Global Warming Swindle debate hits NZ

New Zealand tv viewers are finally getting the chance to see the other side of the "Global Warming" debate, with the British documentary "The Great Global Warming Swindle".

The controversial documentary screened on the UK's Channel 4 in March 2007, and was the first time many people had seen or heard different opinions on global warming, which has been the over-hyped baby of the so-called mainstream media.

The Great Global Warming Swindle was created as a rebuttal to "An Inconvenient Truth", the over-recognised and factually incorrect documentary by Al Gore. Martin Durkin's documentary calls the theory of "man-made global warming" a lie, labelling it "the biggest scam of modern times".
It reveals how politicians have been sucked in to the scam, pandering to the "populist" green trend. It's only recently that people are starting to question the unsupportable theory, which has created a multi-billion dollar scientific research industry.

Some critics say global warming is merely a "new religion invention", designed to coax "stealth taxes" out of the world's population (in particular the richer Western countries), to fund a de-facto "Global Government" through the United Nations.

New Zealand's Labour Party were quick to fall for the deception, and are only now beginning to reveal to the public the true cost of supporting the theory of global warming, through taxing the public billions of dollars in so-called "carbon credits" for greenhouse gas emissions.

The documentary's screening here on Prime Television will be followed by a one hour Prime News special debate on the issue of "Global Warming", hosted by newsreader Eric Young.

Panellists for the "studio discussion" are Dr David Wratt (NIWA), Professor Martin Manning (NZ Climate Change Research Institute), Dr Willem de Lange (Lecturer at Waikato University, and former sea level export for IPCC), Cindy Baxter (campaigner), and Leighton Smith (Broadcaster and sceptic).

The fact that the Socialist Watermelon Party (aka the Greens) are quoting Broadcasting standards codes to each other before the programmes have even aired gives you an idea of how concerned they are that the public doesn't get to hear an alternate point of view to their main campaign planks.

* Hat tip: Whale Oil - Greens trying to shut down film

* See also: JAXConservative: Carbon Credits Another Step to World Government Control

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  1. Rick Says:

    I can predict which way the others will go, but I wonder if this block from Waikato is on the side of light.

    Looking forward to watching!