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Friday, May 4, 2012

UN IPCC Pachauri in attempt to criminalize dissent uses hateful, eliminationist rhetoric against Americans. We had a war in 1776 to get rid of bullies

If Pachauri the sex novelist railroad engineer thinks we're so threatening why doesn't he refuse to take the US taxpayer's money which pays for at least half of his jet setting around the world to conventions. If he cared at all about the atmosphere or the poor as he claims to, he'd stay home, video conference, tell the rest of UN 'too big to fail' parasites to do the same, and return US taxpayer money to those who earned it.

5/4/12, "Climate scepticism threatens people, planet - IPCC chief," AlterNet

"Continuing scepticism about climate change in some parts of the world threatens the planet and the people on it, according to Rajendra K. Pachauri, chief of the Nobel-prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change."


Ed. note: Pachauri from his media bully pulpit paid for by the US taxpayer says you're a murderer (you threaten the life of the planet and the people on it) if you simply know how to read and therefore know the world is not warming. Globalists are extremely intolerant of free speech. We in the US fought a war in 1776 to rid ourselves of dictators.


4/3/12, "No Global Warming For 15 Years: David Whitehouse," Jennifer Marohasy

"New UK Met Office global temperature data confirms that the world has not warmed in the past 15 years.

Analysis by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) of the newly released HadCRUT4 global temperature database shows that there has been no global warming in the past 15 years – a timescale that challenges current models of global warming.

The graph shows the global annual average temperature since 1997. No statistically significant trend can be discerned from the data. The only statistically acceptable conclusion to be drawn from the HadCRUT4 data is that between 1997 – 2011 it has remained constant, with a global temperature of 14.44 +/- 0.16 deg C (2 standard deviations.) ...


12/2/2010, "Exclusive CFACT interview: UN climate chief Pachauri ignorant of 15 years without warming," Josh Nadal


1/30/10, "Revealed: the racy novel written by the world's most powerful climate scientist," UK Telegraph,

"In breathless prose that risks making Dr Pachauri, who will be 70 this year, a laughing stock among the serious, high-minded scientists and world leaders with whom he mixes, he details
  • sexual encounter after sexual encounter.
The book, which makes reference to the Kama Sutra, starts promisingly enough as it tells the story of a climate expert with a lament for the
  • denuded mountain slopes of Nainital, in northern India,
  • where deforestation by the timber mafia and politicians
has "endangered the fragile ecosystem".
  • But talk of "denuding" is a clue of what is to come.

By page 16, Sanjay is ready for his first liaison with May in a hotel room in Nainital. "She then led him into the bedroom," writes Dr Pachauri.

"She removed her gown, slipped off her nightie and slid under the quilt on his bed... Sanjay put his arms around her and kissed her, first with quick caresses and then the kisses becoming longer and more passionate...."...


1/3/12, "U.S. Taxpayers Cover Nearly Half the Cost of U.N.’s Global Warming Panel," CNS News, E. Harrington


UN IPCC Nobel winner, Pachauri: ""I am not going to rest easy until I have articulated in every possible forum the need to bring about major structural changes in economic growth and development. That’s the real issue. Climate change is just a part of it."" UN climate chief Pachauri, 2007


"Mr. Pachauri did his graduation from La Martiniere College in Lucknow. He started his career at the Diesel Locomotive Works (Varanasi) serving various managerial positions. Dr. Pachauri went to North Carolina State University, USA for higher studies. He did his MS in Industrial Engineering (1972), PhD in Industrial Engineering and PhD in Economics."


11/25/2009, "Global warming industry becomes too big to fail," Timothy Carney, Washington Examiner

"And the more they invest in combating global warming -- whether it's a newspaper hiring a climate reporter, a company buying emissions credits and alternative energy sources, or a government building a climate lab -- the less willing they are to tolerate dissent on the issue."...


5/6/12, Ed. note: I heard a discussion on BBC radio earlier today during which it was said half the people in India don't have electricity. I've read many don't have plumbing either, and girls who go out at night to relieve themselves are often raped by men who wait outside for them to come out and go to the bathroom. UN IPCC parasite Pachauri is a very sick man to fly around the world telling Americans what to do while ignoring barbaric conditions in his own ridiculous country.


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