Today: 19.Jun.2021
John Shanahan

John Shanahan

David Wojick, Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, CFACT, Washington, D.C., Ph.D. Philosophy of Science and Mathematical Logic, B.Sc. Civil Engineering: This is an evaluation of a massive man-climate change assessment by "experts" in New Zealand. They claim they know what the country's climate is going to be like out to 2100 and what their government must do to control climate change. David Wojick has done the world a service by bring this report to everyone's attention and pointing out all its fallacies. Why is this important? Because it shows how absurd all the climate alarmists claims and predictions are. The world must stop paying any attention to the alarmists baseless predictions.

Viv Forbes, Executive Director of the Saltbush Club: Australia faces many of the same problems as Canada, the UK and the USA. The liberals are doing many of the same things. The conservatives or rational thinking people are trying solve problems with a bright future. All these countries face similar threats from beyond their borders. The Saltbush Club offers answers, some of which come from aborigine people hundreds of years ago. Extreme liberals are pushing the Western World into destruction.

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Viv Forbes, Executive Director of the Saltbush Club: Politicians have given Australia an impossible task - fight a Covid Lock-up while also enduring a Green Energy Shake-down. A Covid Depression is already locked in. Recovery dictates that we must reverse the lockdown and also rid our weakened economy of the Green parasites forever sucking our energy. Australia seems to specialize in political stupidity. We need a new Eureka Rebellion dedicated to slashing taxes and government expenditure, opening inter-state borders, repealing red and green tape, abolishing all emissions targets, withdrawing from the Paris Climate Dreamworld and restoring our freedoms and our federation.

Tagged under Following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, the most severe nuclear accident since Chernobyl, many nations reiterated their intent to wean off this energy source. However, this sentiment is anything but universal—in many other regions of the world, nuclear power is still ramping up, and it’s expected to be a key energy source for decades to come.