Monday, April 13, 2009

What they want you to believe

The biggest and most idiotic hoax of all time; man-made global warming is a test of intellect but mainly a way to see how easily fooled you are. If you believe in this scam, for which there are no evidence for, none, nada, zilch, you would most likely believe in anything.

Mark Levin's red-hot new book Liberty and Tyranny list of media alarmism in the chapter on "Enviro-Statism." Levin says Dr. John Brignell, a retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the University of Southampton in Britain, compiled a list of alarmist claims in news reports that man-made global warming has caused or will cause.

This is that list the enviro-nazis want you to believe is real:

Agricultural land increase, Africa devastated, African aid threatened, air pressure changes, Alaska reshaped, allergies increase, Alps melting, Amazon a desert, American dream end, amphibians breeding earlier (or not), ancient forests dramatically changed, Antarctic grass flourishes, anxiety, algal blooms, Arctic bogs melt, Asthma, atmospheric defiance, atmospheric circulation modified, avalanches reduced, avalanches increased, bananas destroyed, bananas grow, bet for $10,000, better beer, big melt faster, billion dollar research projects, billions of deaths, bird distributions change, birds return early, blackbirds stop singing, blizzards, blue mussels return, boredom, Britain Siberian, British gardens change, bubonic plague, budget increases, building season extension, bushfires, business opportunities, business risks, butterflies move north.

Cardiac arrest, caterpillar biomass shift, challenges and opportunities, Cholera, civil unrest, cloud increase, cloud stripping, cod go south, cold climate creatures survive, cold spells (Australia), computer models, conferences, coral bleaching, coral reefs dying, coral reefs grow, coral reefs shrink , cold spells, cost of trillions, crumbling roads, buildings and sewage systems, cyclones (Australia), damages equivalent to $200 billion, Dengue hemorrhagic fever, dermatitis, desert advance, desert life threatened, desert retreat, destruction of the environment, diarrhoea, disappearance of coastal cities, diseases move north, Dolomites collapse, drought, drowning people, ducks and geese decline, dust bowl in the corn belt.
Early spring, earlier pollen season, Earth biodiversity crisis, Earth dying, Earth even hotter, Earth light dimming, Earth lopsided, Earth melting, Earth morbid fever, Earth on fast track, Earth past point of no return, Earth slowing down, Earth spinning out of control, Earth to explode, earth upside down, Earth wobbling, earthquakes, El NiZo intensification, erosion, emerging infections, encephalitis, Europe simultaneously baking and freezing, evolution accelerating, expansion of university climate groups, extinctions (human, civilisation, logic, Inuit, smallest butterfly, cod, ladybirds, bats, pandas, pikas, polar bears, pigmy possums, gorillas, koalas, walrus, whales, frogs, toads, turtles, orang-utan, elephants, tigers, plants, salmon, trout, wild flowers, woodlice, penguins, a million species, half of all animal and plant species, less, not polar bears), experts muzzled, extreme changes to California.

Famine, farmers go under, figurehead sacked, fish catches drop, fish catches rise, fish stocks decline, five million illnesses, floods, Florida economic decline, food poisoning, food prices rise, food security threat (SA), footpath erosion, forest decline, forest expansion, frosts, fungi invasion, Garden of Eden wilts, genetic diversity decline, gene pools slashed, glacial retreat, glacial growth, glacier wrapped, global cooling, global dimming, glowing clouds, Gore omnipresence, grandstanding, grasslands wetter, Great Barrier Reef 95% dead, Great Lakes drop, greening of the North, Gulf Stream failure, habitat loss, Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, harvest increase, harvest shrinkage, hay fever epidemic, hazardous waste sites breached, heat waves, hibernation ends too soon, hibernation ends too late, high court debates, human fertility reduced, human health improvement, human health risk, hurricanes, hydropower problems, hyperthermia deaths.

Ice sheet growth, ice sheet shrinkage, inclement weather, infrastructure failure (Canada), Inuit displacement, Inuit poisoned, Inuit suing, industry threatened, infectious diseases, insurance premium rises, invasion of midges, island disappears, islands sinking, itchier poison ivy, jellyfish explosion, Kew Gardens taxed, krill decline, lake and stream productivity decline, landslides, landslides of ice at 140 mph, lawsuits increase, lawsuit successful, lawyers’ income increased (surprise, surprise!), lightning related insurance claims, little response in the atmosphere, Lyme disease.

Malaria, malnutrition, Maple syrup shortage, marine diseases, marine food chain decimated, marine dead zone, Meaching (end of the world), megacryometeors, Melanoma, methane emissions from plants, methane burps, melting permafrost, Middle Kingdom convulses, migration, migration difficult (birds), microbes to decompose soil carbon more rapidly, more bad air days, more research needed, mountain (Everest) shrinking, mountains break up, mountains taller, mudslides, next ice age, Nile delta damaged, no effect in India, nuclear plants bloom, oaks move north, ocean acidification, outdoor hockey threatened, oyster diseases, ozone loss, ozone repair slowed, ozone rise.

Pacific dead zone, personal carbon rationing, pest outbreaks, pests increase, phenology shifts, plankton blooms, plankton destabilised, plankton loss, plant viruses, plants march north, polar bears aggressive, polar bears cannibalistic, polar bears drowning, polar bears starve, polar tours scrapped, psychosocial disturbances, railroad tracks deformed, rainfall increase, rainfall reduction, refugees, reindeer larger, release of ancient frozen viruses, resorts disappear, rice yields crash, rift on Capitol Hill, rioting and nuclear war, rivers raised, rivers dry up, rockfalls, rocky peaks crack apart, roof of the world a desert, Ross river disease.

Salinity reduction, salinity increase, Salmonella, salmon stronger, sea level rise, sea level rise faster, sex change, sharks booming, shrinking ponds, ski resorts threatened, slow death, smog, snowfall increase, snowfall reduction, societal collapse, songbirds change eating habits, sour grapes, spiders invade Scotland, squid population explosion, squirrels reproduce earlier, spectacular orchids, stormwater drains stressed.

Taxes, tectonic plate movement, terrorism, ticks move northward (Sweden), tides rise, tourism increase, trade winds weakened, tree beetle attacks, tree foliage increase (UK), tree growth slowed, trees could return to Antarctic, trees less colourful, trees more colourful, tropics expansion, tropopause raised, tsunamis, turtles lay earlier, UK Katrina, Venice flooded, volcanic eruptions.
Walrus pups orphaned, war, wars over water, water bills double, water supply unreliability, water scarcity (20% of increase), water stress, weather out of its mind, weather patterns awry, weeds, Western aid cancelled out, West Nile fever, whales move north, wheat yields crushed in Australia, white Christmas dream ends, wildfires, wind shift, wind reduced, wine - harm to Australian industry, wine industry damage (California), wine industry disaster (US), wine - more English, wine -German boon, wine - no more French , winters in Britain colder, wolves eat more moose, wolves eat less, workers laid off, World bankruptcy, World in crisis, Yellow fever.

You still believe in this hoax don’t ya? Idiot.

The Socialist bamboozled swindle

Even if some say the market is recuperating some at the moment and stock-markets seemingly are a bit more stable, there is still that problem with the pesky inhabitant that don’t do as they are expected to do. The world’s governments are consequently facing two main troublesome questions:

1) Why are not people borrowing and spending so the wheels can keep turning?
2) How much more money do we – the government – need to borrow and print in order to get the populace to do what we want (=1)?

What would you do if you were in charge? There are of course several answers to this conundrum, depending who you are, what degree of knowledge in economics you posses, if you are right or left in politics and many other things play their part in making this decision. But before you decide if you want to spend 1 trillion dollars or 20 trillion dollars you might wanna check out a couple of things first.

First Economic Fact
It is feasible that a country can have a growing economy counted in GDP, low inflation and still get poorer. Why? Because of borrowing. The people and/or the government can be borrowing money and since GDP mainly take into account the spending, not the debt, this can increase poverty. Especially when this is combined with lower production and that the money being spent only is spent, not invested or saved. This means people is only getting stuff, not producing them. And this is why United States today is more or less bankrupt. If you do not produce, only borrow in order to buy things, you get deeper and deeper in debt and consequently poorer and poorer. And what are the governments all over the world doing, with Obama as frontrunner, to fix the crisis? That’s right; borrowing more money to spend it! It is not production they are putting the money on, it is not savings and it is not investments, it is almost only spending. And what a spending! During the next coming years, the Obama administration will spend a sum equivalent to World War 1+ World War 2+The New Deal+ All stimuli before and during the great depression + Iraq War*2 + Vietnam and then some. But the Americans are not alone. Everyone is doing the same thing, not really at the same level though.

Second Economic Fact
You can be producing things faster, better and more and getting a higher salary, but still getting less and less for your money. Why? Because of the increase in money on the market. If the amount of money in the system grows more than the production rate, you will get less and less for you money in regard to prices. This also means that if this happen; you are getting taxed! Think of it in terms of supply and demand. If something is plentiful, the price on it goes down. If something is scarce, the price goes up. This is also true for money. This is the second thing that is the basis of today’s crisis and also the main reason why production is going down in relation to GDP. Another way of referring to the printing-game is ‘Quantitative easing’ (QE). Basically this means that the central bank presses some keys on a keyboard and presto; more money exists. The bank then uses this magically appearing money to buy government and corporate bonds. The government and those corporate businesses (financial institutes) then have more money in their hands they can invest or buy things for and the theory is that this will get the economy going again since there is suddenly more money in the system. Of course this also means that this extra monopoly money without any value attached to them have an expiration date attached to them. Whoever gets this money first wins the most. Money works like any other commodity so when you increase the supply it means that the demand (the price) goes down. Each pound loses in value. But at the start this is hardly noticeable so the persons/companies that get the money first can “trick” other people/companies that the money is worth more than it really is. This is the main reason why the markets are going up and down at the moment. While the "experts" don't know why the financial markets are going up and down, you who read this knows why. And if you understand this you will also know which investments to make.

Third Economic Fact

Low interest rates make us borrow and spend more, high interest rates make us borrow less and save more. If rates goes up and makes it more expensive to borrow, you will not borrow or at least borrow less. This is the third big reason for this crisis because in several countries the interest rates have been artificially kept down by governments. They have forced central banks to lower rates or they have put in their own public banks or loaning institutes on the market to make people borrow more money. This is very obvious in America were the governmental institutions of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae practically gave away money to an very low interest rate, and of course people took them and went out spending them on things they in reality couldn’t afford. This in combination with 1 (and 2) above is the real problems and why we are in deep, deep trouble. Because, again, what are governments trying to do to divert the crisis? Yes, that’s right; they are trying to force people to borrow more so they can spend more to keep GDP up and growing.

So where does this leave us?

Basically people are in debt, thanks to the governments artificially rates. Many people also instinctively know (without really understanding why) that money being conjured up out of thin air and flooding out more papers and coins lead to inflation. And the financial markets are behaving strangely since more money is in the system, rates are wrong and regulations come and go. And we all know that the government (all of them, just at different degrees) is in debt and there is a crisis going on which means jobs aren’t safe. All this makes people uneasy, and what does the government do to ease the tension? They announce regulations, more laws plus extra restrictions and so on which means people don’t really know what will be the rules tomorrow. And if the crisis lasts, maybe more rules and regulations will come. Why would anyone want to spend, borrow and invest when the uncertainly is so high?

And fun part is what the governments have been doing, are doing today and will continue to do tomorrow: Borrow more, print more and impose more regulations!

This means that even IF they manage to trick you all to start borrowing and spending again and that the markets seemingly recuperate, nothing has change, the problems remains, and the crisis isn’t gone. So IF this crisis can be “avoided” in this sense, the next one will be just around the corner and since their mad plan “worked” (=you started spending again) they will do the same thing the next time. Crisis after crisis after crisis as an obvious result of this planning economy. In other words, if we don’t stop with the socialism, this will never end; it is an ongoing crisis that exists even in times it seems to ease off. If someone writes or say that the crisis is over or slowing down, they are either lying or have no idea what they are talking about.

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Obaminator madness is spreading

several beach communities have applied for further money from stimulus in order to replace sand. Yes, sand. Virginia Beach wants $10+ million for this purpose and with adding some local tax money they are estimating creating 60 jobs in the process

Great idea, isn’t it? So to a cost of about $200,000 /job (temporary) some people are going to shuffle sand. Which take how long? A week? If we stretch it, maybe a month? Oh, I think they are on to something here, digging and shuffling sand, it might be the end to unemployment. Maybe they can move all GM workers to Santa Monica? Pure genius really.