The UN’s Alarming New Climate Report

Posted on Fri 10/12/2018 by


By Craig Rucker ~

The UN climate science panel’s job is to write a scary report before the UN holds its next big climate conference this December in Poland.

The United Nations Building

Yet global weather, extreme or otherwise, is normal.  Sea level continues to fluctuate at the same tiny pace it did since before the industrial revolution.  Temperature observations consistently come in lower than computer models predict.  Polar bears keep on thriving (sorry seals).  What’s an alarmist to do?

Ramp up the adjectives.

That’s exactly what the UN International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) just did.  They issued a new “climate tipping point” this time giving us only 12 years to make “unprecedented changes in all aspects of society” before their dire predictions finally come true.  Do you think this tipping point is more accurate than the many that have already come and gone without harm?

CFACT’s Marc Morano is all over it at Climate Depot:

The climate change scare campaign has always relied on arbitrary deadlines, dates by which we must act before it’s too late. Global warming advocates have drawn many lines in the sand, claiming that we must act to solve global warming—or else.

That’s an excerpt Marc posted from his best-selling The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change which you can pick up on sale at the CFACT store.

Marc posted a vast history of past tipping points at Climate Depot.  They’d be funny if they weren’t dangerous.

Al Gore gave the game away at Jerry Brown’s climate conference in San Francisco when he said, “we have to make the decarbonization of the global economy the central organizing principle of human civilization.”

In other words, fork over your finances and freedom to Gore and company and everything will be alright.

Does anyone really think wrecking our economy by funneling trillions of dollars to Gore’s friends through the UN would be a sound idea?

Craig Rucker is the executive director and co-founder of the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT).

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