Along with myself and the half of the world that hasn’t yet been brainwashed by bogus climate reporting.
Geoffrey Lean fills us in:
It is time for the embattled Rajendra Pachauri to resign as Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC). He is steadfastly refusing to go, but his position is becoming more and more untenable by the day, and the official climate science body will continue to leach credibility while he remains in charge.
When on Friday I wrote for my Daily Telegraph column (published yesterday) that he was “at best one more blunder away from having to resign”, I did not expect other errors to come to light quite so fast. But, as I blogged yesterday, four more have now been reported from the part of the latest IPCC report on Himalayan glaciers that contained the notorious – and now withdrawn – claim that they would disappear by 2035. And there are now reports that it erred in relying on an unpublished report in linking natural disasters like flood and hurricanes to global warming. All appear much less serious than the original Himalayan howler, but they add to the impression of sloppiness at the IPCC.
Geoffery is a true believer, so it says something when he’s out there calling for the head of the current climate chief.
You see Geof, the UN needs bureaucrats like Pachauri to run things because real climate scientists don’t actually believe in AGW. The few that did have been discredited into the ground and are currently buried under a mountain of scandal. They didn’t even believe it themselves, they just went along with the party line for the pay-offs and bribes given to them in the form of research “grants”.
The ultimate truth is they aren’t going to find anyone better to foist their criminal looting agenda on the public than Pachauri. So for now, he stays.
The World Bank is involved, Goldman Sachs is involved, in fact all the major banks are looking for a new derivatives market to exploit. Not to mention the fact that the banks are all heavily vested in oil, gas, and “green” government subsidized energy sources. All of which stand to benefit enormously under a carbon tax that would shut down cheap competitive energy sources like coal while providing a new speculative market to wager tax payer backed dollars in.
The UN’s agenda has nothing to do with saving the environment and everything to do with setting up a world government run by an international banking cartel with the sole purpose of restricting competitive markets and controlling resources for profit.