A bit dated at this point, but definitely worth a link: So, about all that ?hostile, violent rhetoric?? « Tattered Bits of Brain.
Posts Tagged ‘crime’
A lot has been written about the revelations found within the documents leaked from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit, which are the scientists behind virtually all of the core Global Warming theory; but I think a “Climategate” article by Christopher Booker at the London Telegraph sums it up the best:
There are three threads in particular in the leaked documents which have sent a shock wave through informed observers across the world. Perhaps the most obvious… is the highly disturbing series of emails which show how Dr Jones and his colleagues have for years been discussing the devious tactics whereby they could avoid releasing their data to outsiders under freedom of information laws.
They have come up with every possible excuse for concealing the background data on which their findings and temperature records were based.
This in itself has become a major scandal, not least Dr Jones’s refusal to release the basic data from which the CRU derives its hugely influential temperature record, which culminated last summer in his startling claim that much of the data from all over the world had simply got “lost”. Most incriminating of all are the emails in which scientists are advised to delete large chunks of data, which, when this is done after receipt of a freedom of information request, is a criminal offence.
…The second and most shocking revelation of the leaked documents is how they show the scientists trying to manipulate data through their tortuous computer programmes, always to point in only the one desired direction ? to lower past temperatures and to “adjust” recent temperatures upwards, in order to convey the impression of an accelerated warming….
What is tragically evident from the Harry Read Me file is the picture it gives of the CRU scientists hopelessly at sea with the complex computer programmes they had devised to contort their data in the approved direction, more than once expressing their own desperation at how difficult it was to get the desired results.
The third shocking revelation of these documents is the ruthless way in which these academics have been determined to silence any expert questioning of the findings they have arrived at by such dubious methods ? not just by refusing to disclose their basic data but by discrediting and freezing out any scientific journal which dares to publish their critics’ work. It seems they are prepared to stop at nothing to stifle scientific debate in this way, not least by ensuring that no dissenting research should find its way into the pages of IPCC reports.
(That’s an excerpt — you can read the whole thing here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/6679082/Climate-change-this-is-the-worst-scientific-scandal-of-our-generation.html)
This all goes hand in hand with the political drumbeat that “the science is settled”. In other words, “Shut up!” — the first and last resort of liars everywhere.
Booker calls this “the worst scientific scandal of our generation”, but to me it goes further than that. When you look at the trillions of dollars that countries all over the world are preparing to spend to combat something that these scientists invented from whole cloth, this is the single biggest fraud in history. Forget losing their jobs — these men should be in prison.
Guy Puts up McCain/ Palin yard signs.
Within the hour, someone steals McCain/Palin yard signs.
Guy puts up new yard signs, and electrifies the suckers.
Things to note:
- The kid is holding an Obama/Biden sign in his other hand — the soft sign part, not the wire fame. Clearly he intends to swap signs.
- The kid’s daddy called the cops, claiming the kid just wanted to see how the sign was put together. Rrriiiight. Most likely daddy put the kid up to it.
- The police did not file any charges against the sign owner. Good for them.
- Shame they didn’t file charges against the sign stealer. Then again, he’s probably had enough charges for the day. (heh. “charges”)
But remember the narrative, folks — it’s Republicans who stifle free speech.
Gay Patriot has a post linking story after story (all from far-flung local newspapers — no national coverage here!) of massive voter fraud by ACORN. This is the taxpayer-funded, “non-partisan” organization to which the Obama campaign gave $800,000 this year.
Among the links:
From Indiana: First 2,100 of 5,000 voter registration forms turned in by ACORN found to be fraudulent
…and in Florida: Two-thirds of voter registration applications delivered by ACORN are ?of people who were already registered?
To those who thing this isn’t a big deal, submitting a falsified voter registration is a felony. Naturally, if the person benefitting is elected, there goes any chance of the crime being investigated.
Most surprisingly, I’ve heard rumors that ACORN accidentally registered a Republican.
The mere existence of people such as this are the reason I believe in the death penalty.
Not much to add beyond the headline, except: why do so many people fear those who obey the law?
With leftist politicians, the answer is plain: They don’t like the “little people” having too much power, and they certainly don’t want them to be too self-reliant.
Liberals’ er… entire power base is built on people depending on government for what they need. The “public safety” claims are a sham, repudiated time and time again by real-world crime statistics anywhere gun control laws have been instituted or loosened. Ban guns, violent crime goes up. Allow concealed carry, violent crime goes down. Why? Criminals prefer disarmed victims, because they don’t like getting shot.
And to the Mayor of Washington, DC: Thank you for being a damned fool and pushing Keller all the way to the top.
So, you get a gun.
You get ammunition.
You load the gun.
You call a cab to pick you up at the end of a dead end street ? even though you don?t need to go anywhere.
When the cab arrives, you point the gun at the driver?s head and say something like ?give me your money or I?ll kill you?.
And then – ?even though you didn?t mean to? – an ?accident? happens, and the gun ?goes off?.
The post title contains pretty much everything I have to say about this. “Accident” my ass — what, you weren’t expecting him to struggle or something?
Even if he didn’t intend to actually pull the trigger in the end, that distinction is inconsequential.