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Posted by Andrew Roman on December 9, 2009

Ban Ki-moon

In case there was any doubt, denial is alive and well on New York’s east side. It’s where moral cowardice meets intellectual dishonesty. It’s the home of inefficacious propositions, ethically bereft resolutions and unenforceable policies. It’s the home of dashed promises, countless translators and Khrushchev’s shoe.

Ladies and Gentleman, I give you delusion.

I give you the United Nations.

Despite the fact that the world is not getting warmer, the world is still getting warmer … and even though it’s not, it is.

And despite the lack of evidence that carbon dioxide has anything to do with temperature shifts upward, and despite the fact that data has been manipulated to create the desired results, and despite the fact that the overlords of man-made global warming science have purposely excluded dissenting opinion from being peer reviewed, an despite the fact that if mankind had to make the world warmer for the sake of its own survival it could not, the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, is undeterred.

Man is still to blame.


From Reuters:

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday that emails leaked from a British university have done nothing to undermine the United Nations’ view that climate change is accelerating due to humans.

“Nothing that has come out in the public as a result of the recent email hackings has cast doubt on the basic scientific message on climate change and that message is quite clear — that climate change is happening much, much faster than we realized and we human beings are the primary cause,” he said.

Well, that settles it then.

Ban Ki-moon says that humans are the primary cause of climate change – more so than the sun – so it must be true.

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