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Libertarian Alliance “circumlocution award of the day”

David Davis

Climate change has mutated from being a physical phenomenon to be studied to an idea to be contested. The sites of adjudication between competing truth claims have therefore moved from the secluded academy and scientific peer review to the vociferous agora and the extended peer community.

H/T Englishman’s Castle, referring to this article.

In other words, “the bastards have been rumbled and all the dirty washing’s out in the open.”

Climate Change, and what people really think

Update:- Good physics-based demolition of the CO2 myth over at Counting Cats….h/t the Devil

David Davis

I was intrigued just now by something Bishop Hill has done, in placing different strands of opinion about AGW and climate change generally, on a sort of Johari Window.

Here it is, but do read his piece.

Green bastards getting really dangerous now….

I think they really mean to do this unutterably evil and destructive stuff.

Will we, perhaps and regrettably, really have to kill them all? It is to be hoped that – before it is too late and the planet is ff****d into an iceball – they will be able to distinguish what is objectively good, and follow it. As Auberon Waugh would have said: “I do not know”.

David Davis

At least we could chop up and burn the “cloud ships” to keep warm for a few days, after the earth has got covered with ice. I really don’t think these bastards ought to be permitted to buy and operate expensive toys whose effects they don’t begin to understand. The fact that it will be also with other people’s money is neither here nor there…

…because libertarians spend too much time arguing about how wrong things are if done by force with tax-money, and not enough time actually assaulting the Enemy-Class’s primary premises about whether certain things ought to be done at all.

temperature swings_2400BC_to_now


Wind turbines: The CPRE buggers are skirting round the issue…

…of whether these objects are the product of minds which are innately evil and wicked, and are thus specifically designed to destroy liberal institutions or the means to run them, reduce populations to subsistence-farming, attenuate industrial and economic growth, and enslave, or whether they merely have “visual impact on the landscape”

…and the education issues are worse – my older boy complains at school, over /why/ they have to “study” __global warming__ as an anthropogenic effect, __every year__

David Davis

Ed Milibugger is a GramscoFabiaNazi. He is clever (didn’t he go to Oxford, blast him? Must have got three “A”s at least or even four – what a bloody waste of an intellect which he could have used in retailing or mining or space research.) Therefore, if he was not a GramscoFabiaNazi, then he would be doing a proper job in The Royal Bank Of Scotland or a factory in Leeds. Or perhaps he’d be running a small chain of successful pound-shops in East London. Brick Lane would do for a first one, then he could go into Hackney, Bethnal Green, Stoke Newington and Shoreditch and Limehouse, selling cheap goods to people who want to buy them. Then, he could set up a few in Nottingham, Leicester (better be careful there, old fella!) Derby, Sheffield, Bradford (later maybe!) Bootle (let’s have a punt on that one eh?) and so on. He’s Jewish, so he could have done anything, and thus so he ought to understand why retailing is an intensely moral and good calling, inside the Canon of Western Philosophy.

But he’s a politician: what is it that comes over very, very clever people, whose minds could match up to the scale of the Universe and try to comprehend it, and so easily corrupts them to do evil with such deeply-held conviction?

(What went wrong with the bugger? Where did we fail? Were we asleep?)

The battle about Wind Turbines (which is to say, big-corporatist-statist nationalised plans to build many thousands of vast and useless ones on other people’s land, for no valuable result) ought to be brought back to whether we are to be persuaded that “global warming” is all our fault, or whether – as we /do/ require more and more energy, the obvious solution – nuclear – is the correct one.

As a libertarian, I am not at all against individual householders and, say, people such as farmers, setting up their own wind turbine with their own money…if they decide they want one. I am sure that the same companies that fall over themselves to lick the arses of ZanuLieBorg  will make “small” turbine systems, say about 10-50Kw, for anyone who wants them. If those who say that power companies will buy “surplus power” from such private producers are honest, then we have a win-win-situation. the GreeNazis have to say they are satisfied, and those who have “small” turbines can then try to get back into the money after installing the things, if it’s possible: if not, then they do have some “free” power (Nothing of course is totally free.) Factories can produce more alternators and more spiral-wound-pipe (I expect that’s what the steel-type is that holds the things up) and everyone is happy….

….except Ed Milibanana. I wonder why?

But if the CPRE want to be a player in the ideological battle for the landscape, then they ought to stick to whether the things are any use at all, and then – knowing the facts – oppose the things on mathematical and physical grounds of truth. “Visual Impact” considerations will not turn the faces of committed political enemies of The West – like Ed Milibanana –  away from installing the turbines and using our money to do it. The CPRE has to face the facts about what these things are really for, and why they are being dumped all over us.

The Landscape of the British Isles is almost 100% manufactured and managed anyway: it got to look like that through centuries of adjustment by Man. The fact the the GramscoFabiaNazis pretend to like it as it is [for "Ramblers"], while looking as though they fail to understand how it got to be what it is through the Hand of Men for generations, is neither here nor there.

Libertarians would say that the property-owners should decide what is set up. if the State-Wind-Power-Installation-Bribery-Service  [SWPIBS] was removed (as we will, when we Come To Power) then I doubt if we will see any more of these monstrosities.

It is nothing to do with “green energy”: it is to do with trying to reduce what they believe is an enemy-civilisation (us) to the Prison Of The Endarkenment.

Milibanana is actually right, but now, nobody will believe him: his party has done too much damage to what he purports to support, also favours “disarmament”, and won’t buy his soldiers any kit (so that they can die.)

David Davis

Here’s the milibanana on Afghanistan. there will be more about this later after I have done chores.

More later, here it is:-

I have concluded my household wife-imposed duties, for the present.

Now then: most British  libertarians are against our being involved in wars in Asia – or anywhere for that matter. They say that the UK has no “vital interest” in that region. I disagree absolutely, and the principal proponents of the “no involvement” school of thought know this quite well.

I expect to be aggressively excoriated in the next week, as a result of this opinion, mainly by friendly libertarians, some of whom even know me. Comments from all sides will be welcome, it makes life exciting.

Although “fundamentalist Islamists”, the “Taliban”, (whatever he is – I think he publicly hung a Wireless Tele Vision Set a few years ago for capital crimes – good bloke then) and “Al Quaeda” (whatever she is – I think she has a David Frost type TV channel like Big Brother?) do represent a threat to liberal Western civilisation, and certainly a threat to its spread (which is a Crusading-Duty and an obligation laid upon us) they do not represent such an immediate short-term threat as home-grown GreeNazis.

I have spoken about these latter kinds of Green-trons before, but they will have in the end to be sorted out separately: it is a different sort of war, and more tragic, for we will have to assault or restrain our own people, who grew up with us and whom we trusted, and whom we even shagged, sometimes, because we thought they loved us for ourselves. Sex makes war and conflict harder later – ask any divorcee.

[Don't even get tempted, while drunk, to shag willing pretty hippie Green women who invite you back after a political argument which they say they enjoyed - you will live to regret it.]

However, if we leave this Taliban bloke untouched and unexterminated, then owing to the nature of state structure currently in Pakistan – and probably in other neighbouring outfits too in the medium term –  he will get his hands on far more powerful WMDs than he has at the moment, and our task of doing what the Milibanana says will be 1,000% more difficult. I believe that Baluchistan, a large tribal gathering of some 120 million people, struggling right now to keep some kind of writ running in parts of itself, has missiles called something like “Shitbag-3″ , or some such resonant acronym. We will, later, face the possibility of actual anihilation, as opposed to daily humiliation.

If we do nothing in Afghanistan in these next two decades, then the kind of spectacle that the BBC is pleased to send you, underlining its policy-position that you should “get out” (and join places like the USSR – a failed state –  in ignominy) will be amplified a hundredfold: in Baluchistan, Kashmir, Persia and places to the North and West. Probably in Burma and Malaya too if you are not careful. India will probably hold out, and the Chinese, properly unscrupulous in the /correct sense/ of the word, will stand no nonsense in Tibet and other near places.

Milibanana’s problem as Foreign Secretary (is he still?) is that he knows what is being fought for as he in an intelligent man. He’s even a Jew, for f***’s sake – so he ought to know what I and he and our enemies are talking about. However, his entire policical historiography, and his whole educational upbringing,  is based in the belief about the iniquitousness of Western liberal Classical civilisation, and how it must be aborted and attenuated at all costs, as he is a paid-up GramscoFabiaNazi.

It’s not what he can’t say, that I compain about – it’s the way he can’t say it.

He can’t say, in front of his masters, that this war is a small, tragic and necessary part of the defence of Western Civilisation, for his masters in the GramscoFabian movement won’t allow it to be said on the Wireless Tele Vision.

Because he can’t now, any more, fall back on the simple truth – which is outlined above – he has to appear to panic at the severe (by our standards today…!…think of the Somme – 19, 247 killed on 1st July 1916 alone…) loss of life among British Soldiers – some of whom might even have been his constituents. He has to put, hastily and desperately, some sort of manichaean gloss on what is by our standards really bad news. He can’t, in fact, bury it, much as he’d love to: he has to say something approximating to the truth, but he can’t put it the way it ought to be. (He’s also terrified of what he thinks “Muslim voters” will do to his party at home here…but he need not be, for as I said, the British GreeNazis are far, far more potentially lethal to him and to us than anything Islam could even dream of.)

As regards, too, the sad fate of the eight British soldiers who died in one day just now, there could be a remedy.

British modern people are not accustomed to these kinds of Wireless Tele Vision reports. Every death is an individual sorrow for the man’s family. From this there is no escape.

We are not like Stalin, the archetypal Mark-III-GramscoFabiaNazi personified, who said famously “one death is insignificant”, but being ideologues like him we knew what he meant – that did not make him right however. We deplore both the deaths and also the effects of these deaths on the political morale of the UK. (OK some of us are at leats minimal-Statists and we think the British got it least wrong in terms of defining stateness…) Charges could be laid of course at the door of the present UK government, for both hating the Armed Forces for what they represent and for their ethos of loyalty to what they undertook to do.

But in the end, this Taliban bloke is getting his munitions form somebody. That somebody can’t be far away or we might have noticed. Perhaps it’s Russia. I would not evince surprise, as their governments always cheat and lie (more fool the Russian people for failing in the last 30 years to resist more, when they could.)

But perhaps it’s not Russia. I also don’t think it’s China or Japan or India or Iran or Korea or South Africa, or Israel, or Pan-Arabia, and the like.

The point of having Nuclear weapons is to be able to point them, in public of course, at someone that is upsetting your foreign policy objectives – providing he does not have either any, or as many as you do. Therefore, whoever is supplying this Taliban man with his IEDs, and thingies that blow up Land-Rovers, ought to be able to be threatened. Otherwise, there is no point in having sumbarines that can deliver such a weapon to anywhere in the world, form anywhere unknown.

I can’t really see whay we could have any problem in stopping these unpleasant deaths among our soldiers, whose only mission is to peacefully protect the longer-term-future-survival of Western liberal Civilisation.

Like we did over eradicating slavery, for about 200 years [ - AND we had to apoligise -  we WILL get you GramscoFabiaNazi bastards...one day...and you WILL pray to be sorry, and we will not let you.]

Liberals like us want to be merciful people, but the quantity of mercy (strained or unstrained) that you will now require, when we find you finally, has become too great for the market to provide – so you will have to make do with what will be available.

You yourselves, GramscoFabiaNazis, keep on trumpeting – especially in your text books for students – that “the market” “distributes goods and resources imperfectly”…so now you can eat your own words at last.

Buy this book now

David Davis

I am obliged to The Englishman’s Castle ticket-office-and-souvenir-bookstall, for flagging up this book, which we all ought to buy a number of copies of and force our GreeNazi friends to read.

Anna Bramwell (who he?), environmentalism, and fascism

David Davis

Scary, scary stuff.

It confirms all I have ever suspected about GreeNazis and environmentalists.

I am indebted to davidncl for pointing to it, somewhere else, I think on Mr Eugenides, somewhere on his comment thread for this piece here.

Christopher Booker confirms what I said earlier about British State national curriculum GCSE physics papers

David Davis

He says what he says here. I had previously put these up here.

I now put up a new one here.


And here’s the answers:-


This is not physics: it is brainwashing by GramscoFabiaNazis who know precisely what they are doing, and why, to the children of the people who taught the rets of the world how to know how to recognise their snake-oil, and refuse it.

Far from “not wearing seat belts” or “not having wind turbines”, being a “crime”, this destruction of originally-held common scientific knowledge, in an entire population, is a crime of the First Order. These people ought to be…I can’t bear to say what [should be done to them]…the police will kick down my door.


Peter Davis

I happened to stumble apon this Hugely funny website on the internet here. Let’s all make a point today to annoy the Asse-Hat, who’s weeping into his communion wine somewhere, about the planet…


Are the C of E pagan earth-worshippers yet?

Are the C of E pagan earth-worshippers yet?

The video on it is hilarious, everyone has to watch it…

…or else.

And to ”Fred Bloggs”, would you kindly post something that could be better than this!

Greens: like Kermit in a liquidiser, green outside, running red with blood and Gore inside.

David Davis

“Sir” “Jonathon Porritt”, (….on…? Bit prissy, n’est-ce-pas?) described as an “adviser”, has apparently come out in the true colours of GreeNazis, and on the original 1960s paleophilosophic Rachel-Carson-Paul-Ehrlich-Hegelian battle-ground. This was human population, its supposed right size, its growth, and what should be done about it in the light of their belief that lots of humans is bad, and a few well-chosen ones is good.

The Landed Underclass integrates his own thoughts about why Greens and other antihuman-oids have these ideas about population levels, with the notion of what populations would become, for a polity, under different market conditions.

The Devil, also cited by Landed, has this. I tend to agree that people who advocate population levels of humans under those which currently exist, are deliberately wicked and evil killers.

Poor mad tormented Prince Charles has been at the green sauce-bottle again

David Davis

In Rio this time: nice for some I guess.

“100 months to save the world”…..my trousers.

Kicking Anthropogenic Global warming downhill before it’s too late

The Devil spots this Japanese report: let’s hope more scientists break ranks.

Derek Draper gets tarred and feathered on YouTube, and Gaians are very very dangerous guys, and should be stopped…

…by a massive Geo-education project, starting before it’s too late and most of us die in this century because of their crackpot projects.

David Davis

I read this and was stunned. That real people might suggest such things, beats me. Hope we run out of money first (might do even that.)

And here’s Derek “Dolly” Draper, wannabe-arch-deliverer of the blogosphere to New labour, getting pilloried in the usual way:-

(Psssssst…..Why’s he called “Dolly”?)

The London Evening Standard (is it still called that I wonder?) cleans up the Derek Draper Degree Débacle.

The problem with the Left, and the blogosphere, one which they can’t get yet, is that broadly speaking those on the “right” are sharper and cleverer than those on the “left”. This has to be the case evolutionarily speaking, since all external threats to existence  – and even survival – have in general come from the “left”. Everybody round here knows and agrees that foxhunting for example increases the survivability and intelligence of the fox population. This is no bad thing for foxes.

To make a living in leftist organisations such as governments, the BBC, death-camps, the Police, quangos,  “local councils” Soviets and the like, one doesn’t have to be very smart: only to parrot the party line loudly enough in front of the right selectors, and to grass people up whom you have a thing about.

Furthermore, “rightist” bloggers on the whole seem to be a widely-read, classically-liberally-educated bunch of chaps, and even their off-the-cuffs seem statistically to be funnier and more cutting, more often.

The left takes politics and the Utopianising of civilisation too seriously. Yes, we do too, but not in that way. This very fine Jack Thurston article, (I do believe he is a socialist, but a rather sharp-witted one who can write well) hat-tipped via Guido Fawkes, sums up their problem nicely.

The left, to succeed in actually, really, really, madly deeply truly, winning the battles of ideas, has to lighten up and get out more. The trouble for it then, is that it will get mugged by reality and become conservative.

And, then what?

Stop Climate Change (errr?)

David Davis

Be like Dirty Harry and make these dudes’ day. Via Counting Cats and The Devil.

The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam

David Davis

reprinted from http://groups.yahoo.com/group/eurorealist/message/27001

By John Coleman

The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints.

Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have led tthe public to be skeptical that any runaway global warning. There is now awareness that there may be reason to question whether CO2 is a pollutant and a significant greenhouse gas.

How did we ever get to this point where bad science is driving big government? And how will we ever stop it?

The story begins with an Oceanographer named Roger Revelle. He served with the Navy in World War II. After the war he became the Director of the Scripps Oceanographic Institute in La Jolla in San Diego, California. Revelle saw the opportunity to obtain major funding from the Navy for doing measurements and research on the ocean around the Pacific Atolls where the US military was conducting atomic bomb tests. He greatly expanded the Institute’s areas of interest and among others hired Hans Suess, a noted Chemist from the University of Chicago, who was very interested in the traces of carbon in the environment from the burning of fossil fuels. Revelle tagged on to Suess studies and co-authored a paper with him in 1957. The paper raises the possibility that the carbon dioxide might be creating a greenhouse effect and causing atmospheric warming. It seems to be a plea for funding for more studies. Funding, frankly, is where Revelle’s mind was most of the time.

Next Revelle hired a Geochemist named David Keeling to devise a way to measure the atmospheric content of Carbon dioxide. In 1960 Keeling published his first paper showing the increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and linking the increase to the burning of fossil fuels.

These two research papers became the bedrock of the science of global warming, even though they offered no proof that carbon dioxide was in fact a greenhouse gas. In addition they failed to explain how this trace gas, only a tiny fraction of the atmosphere, could have any significant impact on temperatures.

Now let me take you back to the1950s when this was going on. Our cities were entrapped in a pall of pollution from the crude internal combustion engines that powered cars and trucks back then and from the uncontrolled emissions from power plants and factories. Cars and factories and power plants were filling the air with all sorts of pollutants. There was a valid and serious concern about the health consequences of this pollution and a strong environmental movement was developing to demand action. Government accepted this challenge and new environmental standards were set. Scientists and engineers came to the rescue. New reformulated fuels were developed for cars, as were new high tech, computer controlled engines and catalytic converters. By the mid seventies cars were no longer big time polluters, emitting only some carbon dioxide and water vapor from their tail pipes. Likewise, new fuel processing and smoke stack scrubbers were added to industrial and power plants and their emissions were greatly reduced, as well.

But an environmental movement had been established and its funding and very existence depended on having a continuing crisis issue. So the research papers from Scripps came at just the right moment. And, with them came the birth of an issue; man-made global warming from the carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels.

Revelle and Keeling used this new alarmism to keep their funding growing. Other researchers with environmental motivations and a hunger for funding saw this developing and climbed aboard as well. The research grants began to flow and alarming hypothesis began to show up everywhere.

The Keeling curve showed a steady rise in CO2 in atmosphere during the period since oil and coal were discovered and used by man. As of today, carbon dioxide has increased from 215 to 385 parts per million. But, despite the increases, it is still only a trace gas in the atmosphere. While the increase is real, the percentage of the atmosphere that is CO2 remains tiny, about 41 hundredths of one percent.

[BLOGMASTER: I want to correct an error in the reprinted article above: the CO2 precentage is 0.031%, which is 3.1 humdredths of one percent.] [Sorry]

Several hypotheses emerged in the 70s and 80s about how this tiny atmospheric component of CO2 might cause a significant warming. But they remained unproven. Years have passed and the scientists kept reaching out for evidence of the warming and proof of their theories. And, the money and environmental claims kept on building up.

Back in the 1960s, this global warming research came to the attention of a Canadian born United Nation’s bureaucrat named Maurice Strong. He was looking for issues he could use to fulfill his dream of one-world government. Strong organized a World Earth Day event in Stockholm, Sweden in 1970. From this he developed a committee of scientists, environmentalists and political operatives from the UN to continue a series of meeting.

Strong developed the concept that the UN could demand payments from the advanced nations for the climatic damage from their burning of fossil fuels to benefit the underdeveloped nations, a sort of CO2 tax that would be the funding for his one-world government. But, he needed more scientific evidence to support his primary thesis. So Strong championed the establishment of the United Nation’s
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. This was not a pure climate study scientific organization, as we have been led to believe. It was an organization of one-world government UN bureaucrats, environmental activists and environmentalist scientists who craved the UN funding so they could produce the science they needed to stop the burning of fossil fuels. Over the last 25 years they have been very effective. Hundreds of scientific papers, four major international meetings and reams of news stories about climatic Armageddon later, the UN IPCC has made its points to the satisfaction of most and even shared a Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore.

At the same time, that Maurice Strong was busy at the UN, things were getting a bit out of hand for the man who is now called the grandfather of global warming, Roger Revelle. He had been very politically active in the late 1950’s as he worked to have the University of California locate a San Diego campus adjacent to Scripps Institute in La Jolla. He won that major war, but lost an all important battle afterward when he was passed over in the selection of the first Chancellor of the new campus.

He left Scripps finally in 1963 and moved to Harvard University to establish a Center for Population Studies. It was there that Revelle inspired one of his students to become a major global warming activist. This student would say later, “It felt like such a privilege to be able to hear about the readouts from some of those measurements in a group of no more than a dozen undergraduates. Here was this teacher presenting something not years old but fresh out of the lab, with profound implications for our future!” The student described him as “a wonderful, visionary professor” who was “one of the first people in the academic community to sound the alarm on global warming,” That student was Al Gore. He thought of Dr. Revelle as his mentor and referred to him frequently, relaying his experiences as a student in his book Earth in the Balance, published in 1992.

So there it is, Roger Revelle was indeed the grandfather of global warming. His work had laid the foundation for the UN IPCC, provided the anti-fossil fuel ammunition to the environmental movement and sent Al Gore on his road to his books, his move, his Nobel Peace Prize and a hundred million dollars from the carbon credits business.

What happened next is amazing. The global warming frenzy was becoming the cause celeb of the media. After all the media is mostly liberal, loves Al Gore, loves to warn us of impending disasters and tell us “the sky is falling, the sky is falling”. The politicians and the environmentalist loved it, too.

But the tide was turning with Roger Revelle. He was forced out at Harvard at 65 and returned to California and a semi retirement position at UCSD. There he had time to rethink Carbon Dioxide and the greenhouse effect. The man who had inspired Al Gore and given the UN the basic research it needed to launch its Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was having second thoughts. In 1988 he wrote two cautionary letters to members of Congress. He wrote, “My own personal belief is that we should wait another 10 or 20 years to really be convinced that the greenhouse effect is going to be important for human beings, in both positive and negative ways.” He added, “…we should be careful not to arouse too much alarm until the rate and amount of warming becomes clearer.”

And in 1991 Revelle teamed up with Chauncey Starr, founding director of the Electric Power Research Institute and Fred Singer, the first director of the U.S. Weather Satellite Service, to write an article for Cosmos magazine. They urged more research and begged scientists and governments not to move too fast to curb greenhouse CO2 emissions because the true impact of carbon dioxide was not at all certain and curbing the use of fossil fuels could have a huge negative impact on the economy and jobs and our standard of living. I have discussed this collaboration with Dr. Singer. He assures me that Revelle was considerably more certain than he was at the time that carbon dioxide was not a problem.

Did Roger Revelle attend the Summer enclave at the Bohemian Grove in Northern California in the Summer of 1990 while working on that article? Did he deliver a lakeside speech there to the assembled movers and shakers from Washington and Wall Street in which he apologized for sending the UN IPCC and Al Gore onto this wild goose chase about global warming? Did he say that the key scientific conjecture of his lifetime had turned out wrong? The answer to those questions is, “I think so, but I do not know it for certain”. I have not managed to get it confirmed as of this moment. It’s a little like Las Vegas; what is said at the Bohemian Grove stays at the Bohemian Grove. There are no transcripts or recordings and people who attend are encouraged not to talk. Yet, the topic is so important, that some people have shared with me on an informal basis.

Roger Revelle died of a heart attack three months after the Cosmos story was printed. Oh, how I wish he were still alive today. He might be able to stop this scientific silliness and end the global warming scam.
Al Gore has dismissed Roger Revelle’s Mea culpa as the actions of senile old man. And, the next year, while running for Vice President, he said the science behind global warming is settled and there will be no more debate, From 1992 until today, he and his cohorts have refused to debate global warming and when they are asked about we skeptics, they insult us and call us names.

So today we have the acceptance of carbon dioxide as the culprit of global warming. It is concluded that when we burn fossil fuels we are leaving a dastardly carbon footprint which we must pay Al Gore or the environmentalists to offset. Our governments on all levels are considering taxing the use of fossil fuels. The Federal Environmental Protection Agency is on the verge of naming CO2 as a pollutant and strictly regulating its use to protect our climate. The new President and the US congress are on board. Many state governments are moving on the same course.

We are already suffering from this CO2 silliness in many ways. Our energy policy has been strictly hobbled by no drilling and no new refineries for decades. We pay for the shortage this has created every time we buy gas. On top of that the whole thing about corn based ethanol costs us millions of tax dollars in subsidies. That also has driven up food prices. And, all of this is a long way from over.
And, I am totally convinced there is no scientific basis for any of it.

Global Warming. It is _the_ hoax. It is bad science. It is a highjacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history.

John Coleman

Story Created: Jan 28, 2009 at 6:19 PM PST

Story Updated: Jan 29, 2009 at 9:15 PM PST

Mr Eugenides guesting at The Devil does “climate change” wonderfully well.

Update1:- (from the Devil today 29th Jan 2009) where he picks up from Tom Nelson that more and more people are noticing the glaring contradictions and total lack of scientific rigour emanating form the warmists’ camp.

David Davis

We ought to use him to warm the planet for it will need it. Antarctica is of course getting both colder and warmer at the same moment, so the “mystery of global warming’s missing heat” is of course solved: the models predicted it all along. So pay up, taxpayer-suckers.

Harold Ambler on Huffington Post, refuting some Al Gore

David Davis

I can be very slow, sometimes. Tip the Devil.

Rolls Royce Phantom: the car for Al Gore … and you

David Davis

I chanced on this. Good car, nearly 3 tons, o-60 in under 6 seconds, 18 mpg tops. I’ll have a six-pack. They can tow my friends’ tractors out of the mud.

Eat my slipstream-dust, greenazis and Gramsco-Marxians.

What Greens are really up to…..

…..and Simon Heffer on Victorians. (Just incidentally so right, that one.)

David Davis

But I quite accidentally chanced on this stuff today. We all know that most GreeNazis have been articulating their beliefs with quite disarming frankness for decades. So it’s good to find more people (b)logging their progress for the rest of us, sadly too busy to do much about it.

As Auberon Waugh would have said, “I’m not suggesting that we should arrest, tie to MacDonald’s restaurants and then publicly tar-and-feather all lovable sandal-wearing-greens; but  more does need to be done to combat the Green Terror”.

It won’t let me paste any links, not get rid of the bloody italics, so here they are:-




GAS: RUSSIA. North Sea. Britain should just turn it off. Do not masturbate in front of Russia while talking about gas.

David Davis

I hear a nasty rumour that “the EU” will take “our” gas. This is because the EUmonsters masturbated with Russia the USSR on screen, and have come unstuck. Do not masturbate with Russia the USSR on your screen. Bad things will come to you. Russia the USSR is not exactly anybody’s friend at present, until we have done régime change there, and it has become liberalised and Putin is out of office.

Press ENTER to liberalise Russia the USSR. This may take some minutes, and you will need a paypal account.

In the meantime, go to http://www.libertarian.co.uk and give us some money. In the long run (very long I fear) this will help us to liberalise Russia the USSR. Then, the gas won’t be turned off by them, just because they think we don’t like them – or because they think we might just slightly like Israel.

And God saw what man had done in his hubristic wind/fart-turbine-ness, and lo, He Was Wroth

David Davis

And yea, verily did God smite the false turbines in His Anger, to teach Man a lesson about “fossil fuels” which God had Laid Before Man Without Let Or Hinderance.

And God said: “Men: why hast ye pandered, in despite of my strictures and manuals (RTFM) to the energetics of the Devil, when all you saddo buggers had to do was pump out of the ground the stuff I furnished you with?  C***s. “

I’m sure that actually it’s due to the Flying-Spaghetti-Monster.

“Climate Change” and the Manhattan declaration; The Devil tells it to you like it is.

David Davis

You should just go read his eloquent and surprisingly uninvectivised prose there. I have to do dinner. And as we all know, anthropogenic global warming is just a load of hot air.

But the buggers even lost some……what amazing intellectual contortions are turned even in a few paragraphs.

Paper-shreading by hamster power….some of these people really seem to believe what they are saying.

David Davis

It really exists: check it out. And the strange guy who invented it really seems to care about what he sees as the “environment”……truly, Al Gorerot has penetrated human brains more thoroughly than was thought.

Very important

David Davis

Nuclear fusion possibly around the corner…a hundred years or so?

It’s soon enough but nowish would be better, to silence all the global-warm-Nazis… so they HAVE TO resort to their guns after all, and their open hatred of Mankind…..before they are really really ready and truly in charge.

Brainwashing in videogames now?

Peter Davis

Now I’m a big fan of games, obviously, I’m a 14 -year-old, and thanks tho the f****d-up school curriculum, I have learnt more about World War II from the games Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3, and Call of duty: World at War than I have from every history lesson I have sat through on the subject.

So I was on this website looking through the index of free full games to download, and I saw:

Eco Warriors: Invasion of the Necrobots

Acording to the descrition, it is set in southern Italy ”In a not so far future away…” At first, it had the makings of a normal game:-

Robots appearring in towns, woods and countrysides.
A dark enemy is conspirating to destroy us all blah, blah, blah………

But then, this popped up in the description:-

But there’s a new hope!

A team of warriors has been raised to defend Nature: The Eco Warriors!

A huge battle is getting closer…

and that’s the description…..but its basically about saving the environment, and the game is absolutely S***: here are some screenshots for your enjoyment:

Eco Warriors Screenshot #1

Eco Warriors Screenshot

Eco Warriors Screenshot #3

Eco Warriors Screenshot

(if the pictures did not load up, here is the link)

If you want to try this game, (that is to say, if you are delusional), here is the link to download it:


I and the Libertarian Alliance and the blog, are NOT responsible for any damages to the mind or your PC or Mac or whatever you have, I did download it and try it, and my PC was undamaged. !DOWNLOAD AT YOUR OWN RISK!

not sure how to end this, so  here is a poll:

You may pick multiple answers.

Jesus Christ help us, we are now really in trouble….

because of the Messiah and his FIVE MILLION GREEN JOBS (to be paid for, er, how?)

David Davis

Barack Obama is promising a $150bn “Apollo project” to bring jobs and energy security to the US through a new alternative energy economy, if his final push for votes brings victory in the presidential election on Tuesday.

“That’s going to be my number one priority when I get into office,” Mr Obama has said of his “green recovery” plans. Making his arguments in a radio address yesterday, the Democratic favourite promised: “If you give me your vote on Tuesday, we won’t just win this election. Together, we will change this country and change the world.”

God help us now.

I just need to say this picture again. Sorry chaps. Your T-shirt is NOT cool, it makes you a wanker who loves a murderer who was a failed lawyer.

Earlier on this evening, a nice and quite possibly harmless woman, called powerfulmothers, told me that she would not tell her daughter “what war is” – this was on our today-post about Barack Obama and what Simon Heffer thinks of his prospects.

I think that “daughters” ought to know what war is – they ought to be told quite early on, so as to know who to go to bed with, and not to. This is because they might, then, as mothers, tell young men (whom they have brought forth) not to go off in a drug-crazed huff and “fight for” socialist causes …… such as Nazism, Communism, Gramsco-Marxianism, and also the wilder wings of certain pre-capitalist-desert-survival-guides (that I could mention.)

This would make life much easier for liberalism, for we would not then have to buy soldiers. Liberals don’t really want to kill people.

David Davis

Guys dressed like that don't get to f*** girls.

Guys dressed like that don'.....

‘t get to f*** sexy girls. if you’re a murdere with the face of a skull, they won’t want you even to wear a condom, they will pay for you to be removed.

Why not email some questions to these people? They’re in bed with the government, literally.

I mean, Gordon won’t answer the ones you’ve all sent to Downing Street, now, will he. So try this one for size.

David Davis

Via Guido, we here have learned that there’s been a cosy bit of stuff going on, that looks much more like “cash for questions” even than “cash for questions” ever did look like itself! How about that there then? Not only have Morgan Allen Moore seemed to have been rather more cosily tucked up in bed with Peter Hain than was supposed to have been allowed: but …. Steve Morgan’s missus runs this lot here, and boasts or has boasted of “influencing decisions at ministerial level”.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm……… So YOU agree to pay them several grand (or more? I don’t know, these days…) per month as a “fee” for “press and media relations activities”, and THEY will pretend that they “influence decisions” for you? Hmmmm? What’s this called? Pluralist liberal democracy or what?

This is not “cash for questions”: it is not even as harmless as “cash for honours”. This is “cash for distorting the will of the people”. Who do all these f****rs think that they are, for God’s sake?

The MAM client page is “currently being updated”. Glad to see the guys are still so optimistic. Oh, and this just in… awfully interesting about STeve Morgan and his relationship as “international spokesman” and THE Welsh public relations guru behind Barack Obama’s US presidential campaign” to the Obama Campaign.

The SD Environmental Solutions page says: “Do you have a question you would like to ask? If so, contact us! (Go on, do it!) Let’s all ask them stuff about greenazis, Al Gore, climate change, how government will tax us more based on falsifications of data, and the like. Keep the wastrels busy, on their laptops and phones, for they’ve nowt else worth doing as they’re just a mouth and an arsehole, for processing money raised in taxation from all of us.

What has Al Gore, that underemployed, understressed moocher, have to say….

about this?

David Davis

Good answer, from Angry Economist

David Davis

Go on, you know you want to….

The “New Scientist” has been the “old pre-renaissance/witchcraft-pagan-preChristianphilosophy GORE-RAG” for some time now. I stopped reading it regularly about 1998, although it was prime reading for us boys at school in the 1960s, and the school even paid for it to be in the library in enough quantity for us even to take ti away, along with “Nature“, and for the nerds, the “Scientific American” (which I still even like sometimes.) Funny how that’s somehow near where the Blairwitch came to power.

Here’s what the article says: I only want to be fair and even-handed. Judge for yourself.

Found a new MUST-READ blog, re global warm-mongering and lefty Goracle lies

David Davis

…..here. This is especially good. Tipped via Bishop Hill, who did a good bit on demolishing the tree-ringy-thingy.

Is “anthropogenic global warming” a chamberpot of flim-flam after all?

David Davis

Bishop Hill thinks that the UK’s Meteorological Office might be publicly trying to hide the fact that they suspect it too, while pretending not to.

There’s even a conference planned, called “Global warming: what you need to know.” it costs £550 to attend, so I guess none of us on here, or from you poverty-stricken lot of bloggers and bloggees out there, will be going.

Sorry, I seem to have lost the link to it.

So good that I have to hijack the whole lot

David Davis

All hijacked from somewhere else. But then actually, hijackers are such cool people (no pun intended.) Hat tip to cspeight@dircon.co.uk

In these dire times it’s good to have a laugh and realise that the biggest loser in the crash has been the BAD GUY!

Thank heavens for small mercies.

Christina aka Cassandra
(nb – after I had been ranting on about the inevitability of  the coming credit crisis for some time  I adopted as a ‘sub–title’ the term Cassandra !  It’s now become a badge of pride! ]
EUREFERENDUM Blog   16.9.08
Negativity revisited

Nobody seems to know what they are doing, says a warbling voice on the radio. I looked up this and smiled wryly. Time to batten down the hatches.

The good news is that Lehman Brothers were heavily into climate change, lauding the business opportunities which were opening up.

Interestingly, their report on “The Business of Climate Change” (http://gristmill.grist.org/story/2007/9/21/131335/679) is cited on its web site (we wonder how long that will stay up) as an example of their “intellectual capital”. Lehman Brothers, the site proclaims, “prides itself on being a thought leader”.

This is a company which had on its board, or so we are told, the ultimate snake oil salesman, James Hansen, the self-same company having ambitions of becoming “the primary brokerage for emission permits”.

Somehow, it is entirely fitting that a company which was looking to exploit the smoke and mirrors business of carbon trading should crash and burn.

And, where Lehman Brothers go, surely al Gore cannot be far behind. Gore is (was?) a great pal of Theodore Roosevelt IV, Managing Director at Lehman Brothers, sharing common interests as fellow members of the board of the Alliance for Climate Protection.

In our post yesterday, on carbon capture, we wrote, “there is money in that there carbon“. What begins to emerge is the extent to which the greenie agenda has been hijacked by big business, who see in the raft of climate change controls huge money-making opportunities.

With Lehmans in the forefront of this hijack operation, we wonder whether – like the dotcom fluff – another bubble about to burst.
Posted by Richard North

The Udenopticon

David Davis

In a Libertarian World, it would be nice if everybody “bought into the vision”. We don’t like conflict really, no not at all, for we’d love it if everybody really really wanted to be free, and understood what that meant.

I wonder, tormentedly in the night, often, what to do with people who devise Nazi (which is exclusively to say, leftist) schemes? Such as these:

For example, that of enlisting children to snoop and snitch anonymously to British Local Council Soviet bureauNazis, about the activites of other citizens…

Or, indeed, the closely similar kinds of people, motivated by the same Utopian horror-world, who used to throw dead and even still-living individuals of “unpopular minorities” into incinerators, by the million, “recycling” their clothes, shoes, tooth fillings, spectacle lenses, and the like. (The skull burns last – apparently bluish-green flames burst out of the optic-nerve cavity at the back of the eye socket, and from the nasal cavities. God only knows how anyone knew this disgustingly disturbing fact about what lefties and other minor types of Nazi do to otherwise-living people, but I suspect the “experiment” was “conducted” somewhere.

We must never, never forget that, in combating leftism in its many hydra-headed forms such as the lies about global warming, we are trying to deal with deeply-and-unimaginably-disgusting, and thoroughly corrupted individuals here. Much, much worse, in terms of the industrial repressing and killing power that, through corrupting science and progress, they can bring to bear.

We have to know what we are going to do with these people, since we can’t just kill them out of hand, as we will thence descend to their moral level.

Like Polly Toynbee, for example. I offer her as a Gramscian monster which you would all recognize, in a hurry. I do not, here on this blog as you also know, aspire to be able to describe her, or people such as Hitler, Al Gore, Castro, Pol Pot, the Sendero-Lumonoso, Ed Balls, Saddam Hussein, Darleko-Ahmadinner-jacket (or-whatever) (and others) and Stalin in the colourful and deeply-Saxon language that you will be pleased to see on Devil’s Kitchen, for example. Furthermore, The Devil can do it so much better than I – but you all understand that the Hegelio-Toynbee-ian here is viewed as a powerful and not-to-be-underestimated Servant of the Devil (not ours – the real one) who ought to be approached with respect, and with quantities of very, very dry gunpowder.

Enough about the monsters. Here’s what to do with them. It’s only a partial solution I am afraid, for now: we have to stop them from coming into the world, but that’s stage 2.

For now, I’m afraid that in the end, we shan’t catch the biggies as they will I expect, like Himmler, all take cyanide on the day. But the minions, such as “Chief Executives of Metropolitan Councils”, and “Covert-Human-Intelligence-Co-ordinators” can’t all be forced to die, as there are staggeringly large numbers of them, and we are “not that kind of a people” to make them do so.

We shall have to demonstrate “Justice Tempered With Mercy”. This is what we will do. I got the idea from the late great Auberon Waugh, in the Spectator about 12 years ago. He was a great liberal.

St Kilda is a currently uninhabited (except for a small military base) set of rocky, mountainous Islands, some way off the north west of the Outer Hebrides of the north of the UK. There is nothing much left there, since the last inhabitants were voluntarily evacuated about 80 years ago. Or, we could use Boreray, on the southern tip of the Hebrides, as its cliffs are higher.

Prisoners are taken to the island, whichever one it may be, to serve their sentence. It is a specified number of days, which may be many, many thousands, for “Council Chief executives”, or for Ken Livingstone who has done so much damage, or for someone like Hugo Chavez who ought to know better. This is important. This service is also expensive to service as you will see, but the cost-per-prisoner is low, and the objective is reform and not necessarily “death-of-prisoner”. There is no shelter at all, and this is deliberate: no materials that can easily be used except what is washed up by shipwrecks. They have to warm each other in the winter, and in storms in the summer which may even be worse, it will teach them some things.

There are, importantly, no tools. None.


There are three heavily-armed men, who play cards, computer games and have a broadband connection, to view pron, play games, and amuse themselves. They are very, very, very highly paid, about £170,000 a year each, or maybe more if they can accrue the sorts of bonuses to be paid to bankers in 2010/11/12 I predict: more than the PM, and serve for 7 days at a time only every four to six weeks (so they can have a life) as there is no alcohol permitted to be landed on the island at all: not even for them. They guard the bottom of the 750-foot pulley system from the 20-foot landing stage, to the plateau of the island. Their salaries cost us about £3.2 million a year, plus the bonuses that I predict will arrive in a few years, but it’s cheap at the price; and servicing them is only another £10-£15 million or so generously.)

The new prisoner is landed and is winched up, willingly or no.

At the end of a sentence, the prisoner’s name is called by megaphone from the shore-station, for three days in a row, at an agreed time in the early dawn. That’s it.

NO watched or clocks of any sort are permitted on the Island, above the shorestation. The lefties also will not be permitted to fabricate any, and will have to work the time and date out for themselves, all the time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, for ever, while they commit crimes against humanity – that is only a little part of the cost of opposing reason. SAS patrols will arrive randomly in the night, and destroy any timekeeping devices like rocks with marks scratched upon their surfaces.

Those who do not learn from history shall be condemned to repeat it. Properly, from the beginning, like a detention – is not that what detentions are for?

There are no pencils or pens.

If it is stormy and windy, then that’s “due to climate change” and is the prisoner’s problem. (She/he ought to have been keeping a record, but we do NOT provide pencils as these are not “natural”, and scratching on stones is prohibitable by the SAS as explained. If she/(he) does not come down, then the daily food rations sent up are deducted by one person’s amount.

If the particular prisoner who has been called does not come down, after three days, then rations sent up thereafter are deducted by the amount of one prisoner, who is assumed to be dead or hasperhaps been eaten.

If a new prisoner is “sent up”, then rations are adjusted accordingly.

I would not like it if they had to eat each other, but then I am a human being and these people who we are trying to “re-educate” are not humans for the time being, because they chose to sunder themselves, theirs and their lives from the rest of humanity, by force and power. Sorry, that was bad and will be poorly-received by other libertarians – but I an annoyed with leftoNazis today. They want to destroy the world, and I don’t think they ought to be allowed to, for most people like it as it is, with Coca-Cola, MacDonald’s, voting, electricity, running water, medicines and stuff.

Al Gore “probably kills people” – official

David Davis

Light blogging today as I have to take the wife to do the week’s shopping at ASDA, kind of right now, and owing to Global Warming, we are having a month’s rain in 24 hours in Lancashire, and it’s of course our own fault.

But to amuse you all, Al Gore, and his mottley crue of Gramsco-MarxiaNazi jesters, are, allegedly, “suspected of killing people“.

Promethius (the science policy blog) comments on Bishop Hill

David Davis

Here. I referred to the earlier Bishop Hill major post here.

A chum’s daughters “do solar heating”

If you too want to be like Al Gore, then you have to do all this big stuff. I never said that it should not be done, à-propos of Global warm-mongering: merely that I don’t think your average Patagonian, or Alaskan smallholder, can afford it – and it’s not a lot of use in Nigeria either.

It’s anyway a nice little video, quite well made by a chum of mine.

The great global warming con is starting to unravel … in the Nottinghamshire Times …

of all places! Perhaps we are starting to beat the UN-IPCC-liars, and Gore and his deceivers, after all.

David Davis

Reflections on the Great War of 1914: David Davis responds to Sean Gabb

David Davis

Sean points out rightly that it was today, in the summer of 1914, when Britain found herself with no choice but to enter the Great War, whose stormclouds had been gathering for some weeks. It was also the abiding tragedy of Sir Edward Grey’s life (sad in other respects for him too being an unwilling and unadjusted widower, and a great and renowned trout fisherman and authority on the subject.)

He was aware, as indeed was also Paul Johnson decades later in “The Offshore Islanders”, that this war would be an unmitigated disaster and a tragedy for civilisation.

As I jot today, it is now 94 years on. Since Sean’s piece first saw the light of day, almost all the old men who then remembered that war have passed on. The cenotaph processions of “Old Contemptibles” were quite large in my youth. The last one, probably a gentleman called Harry Patch, is on record as wishing to decline the honour of a State Funeral when his turn finally comes. The last French soldier of ww1 died, I think, a few months ago. I’m not sure if the Germans keep records of this sad kind, but their situation is probably similar as will be that of Austria, Russia, Turkey and the others.

And thus, the Great War passes out of living history, and out of today, and into only memory, into books, Wikipedia pages, and half-remembered conversations with old men who are now dead, and whose faces fade with time. And the Second Half of that War will follow it soon, as any reader of the Daily Telegraph’s splendid and uplifting obituary pages can confirm.

On the whole, it is good to be able to say that, if Anglosphere nations have tended to go to war rather a lot (and you can easily see or google many many stupidly un-thought-out socialist phrases like “Britain is the most warring nation in history”) then it is because they’ve done it either for a principle or for the rights of another third-party nation. These are good reasons to go to war, and “do the right thing”.

I’m not saying that war of itself is good: it is not: it is institutionalised destruction resported to when proper foreign policy avenues have failed – it therefore only exists as a by-product of the existence of “Big States”, and all readers of this and other libertarian blogs need no reminding of what we think of “Big States” and their works.

But wars fought for noble ends are such as is what the Anglosphere has by and large tended to do: having spent a millenium gettng its own house into some sort of practical liberal-conservative order, it has an outlook that differs from all other “States'” outlooks, so far. Inside it, the State has tended to do the least harm possible consistent with “providing against preventable evils” (Enoch Powell’s words, that begin his “RIVERS of BLOOD” speech.) It thus must follow that on the whole we ought to be proud of why and what for we intervened in conflicts. Now for example I have always disagreed with Sean over Iraq (2003.) To me, this was the only right and good decision Tony Blair took in his papacy principate – to support the USA after 9/11 and to offer war to people who were clearly against the West, such as the Taliban, or just wicked, such as Saddam Hussein. (The phrase “the War on Terror” is quite meaningless, since “terror” (which is to say, intellingently-directed blood-assaults on the unprotected civilians of a belligerent) is merely a weapon or tactic, and is not a corporate person or collection of individuals. It merely has a decondary function, as a trigger for an Anglo-American-Leftisto-Stalinist’s excuse to set up Police States -which are even worse than ordinary ones.)   

No. The Great War was bad. But in my view, which may contrast with Sean’s, it was unavoidable. It was a pity that no forward providence would or could forsee that Pte Henry Tandy, VC, of the Green Howards, would refrain from shooting a certain Cpl Hitler, at Marcoing near Cambrai, on 28th September 1918. Hitler was wounded, and Pte Tandy said long, long afterwards: “I couldn’t shoot a wounded man, so I let him go.” (All this must be available on google or wiki, and you can find it also in the Telegraph archives for 28th July 1997, as and when they digitize the lot.

If we had not, then probably all Europe and Eurasia would have been over-run, and subsequently ruled by the Kaiser’s autistically-warped vision of what constitutes a Utopian civilisation. Would this have been a bad thing? Yes. Because another Hitler (or the same one?) or, equally bad, a Lenin (or the same one?) would then have had an even larger and more intricate State-Machine, the levers of which to pull at his will. It is not clear to me that the nascent Anglosphere in the 1920s could have stood against this leviathan, without the horrors of another war, probably quite similar to WW2 anyway.

Sorry to be so depressing, and on such a fine and sunny afternnoon too. (Al Gore eat your black heart out – you wouldn’t die for these men, even if we paid you more than you earned from your silly movies.) Here’s a picture of one of the main inscriptions on our war memorial here.

It says:


I just leave you with that thought.

More about the deceipt behind the “global warming” manufactured scam

More here today.

Prince of Wales “starves poor people” who could eat corn, puts food in Aston Martin fuel tank

David Davis


And if he only does “300 miles a year” in it, what’s the point of the expenditure? OK, it’s his own money (he does at least support himself, not like Al Gore.) But why crow publicly about something so inconsequential, if you think that global warming is (a) happening and (b) a problem and (c) we or he can do anything about it?

I think that Charles is surrounded by very very bad advisers, who are setting him up deliberately for a bad fall, and that this is deliberate, and that he’s clever but not quite clever enough to see it.

Where did it all go wrong? … cry the Polly Toynbees and other stalinists…

Here’s where. ZANU-Laborg made the deeply, deeply iniquitous moral choice to be, at one and the same time, deliberately-wrong-and-evil, plus listening-to-metrosexual-PR-men-and-other-spin-doctors.

David Davis

We however are now, at one and the same time, both heading for a New Dark Age in Britain (especially and deliberately caused on purpose by the above buggers (q.v.) if we are not careful and vigilant, and also possibly for the first true Libertarian Government of a state … if they play their cards right and don’t tell lies in manifestos. The mob in the link are my friends, ideologically-speaking, so I’m sure they won’t do porkies.

But they will have, from about 5.00 am on DAY ZERO (socialist imagery, but the Devil has all the best lines) a hard task of pruning, or perhaps chain-saws would be better. the New-Laborg-Votariat of state-stipendiarized dictocrats will have to be neutralised before any state-reducing-measures can be effctively carried to competion, or they will be stopped.

Yes, you can close and lock their buidlings, shred all their records (of themselves – and of us, created by themselves) steam-roller all their hard disks, terminate their “salaries”, and the like. But insurance has to be taken out against not just a socialist party and executive coming back (ever), but also a socialist mind-set (perhaps we’ll have to clear out the school and minicipal “Libraries” and start again?)

You see, the eternal back-and-forth ratcheting-and-reversing, between socialism advancing and a sort of Heath-Robinson-temporary-reversal of (some of) the damage done by the lefties, that we have to devote resources to and allow for, is just so damaging and wasteful. Worse, it interrupts and degrades, over time, English liberalism – the only civilisation and culture that properly reflects what human beings are and how they behave in co-operation, and which teaches the world how to live.

Even a few, desultory, Heath-Robinson liberal measures to mitigate the baleful results of 70-odd years of socialism, as under Margaret Thatcher, show how effective liberalism, liberty and the Market can be. But it’s all so distressing, time-wasting and unnecessary. This time, a final reckoning has to be had, and socialism has to be rubbed from the face of the planet (along with Al Gore’s paperwork, copies of his silly film, and records. the gold from his Nobel “Peace” “Prize” medal could be recycled into teeth, for poor-people who have to drive cars for a living.)

No, the first task of a Libertarian Administration will be to zap away the levers-of-power which can be used by the opposition.  The second task may be to agree an enlarged Defence budget, as I don’t expect that these measures will go down well when viewed by collectivist states in the light of their own foreign policy. But I hope that’s not the case: however, we should Praise the Lord, and Keep our Powder Dry.

Fuels, Petrol. Biofuels, Starvation. Awfully useful and interesting. I am particularly struck by the picture of AL GORE SHITTING CRUDE OIL TO HELP MANKIND

David Davis

The Last Ditch says it here, and he got it from here. Al Gore can shit oil: this shall be for Mankind to live and breed and go forth and multiply in the Universe (where we shall find even more, as Titan has oceans of it the size of the Black Sea and almost inevitably more undiscovered since Titan is bigger than the Moon or Mercury.) The Wahabists can return to their roots, and their (respected) culture, which we have so rudely and impolitely disturbed, for them, being inferior to them in all ways possible, as we of course are.

Apologies for that sentence (above) being so long in the first draft. I was thinking and not writing. I have broken it up a bit now.

The sun photographed this morning

David Davis

I mean to say, they’re telling us that Man is ruining the planet for f***’s sake (with crude oil soon to be $250 a barrel) by raising the air’s CO2 to about 0.04% from 0.03%, and the distance form the Earth to the Moon is about a quarter of the way across this star.

Update: Tony comments interestingly below. I’d heard of this idea a few years ago and wondered what happened to it.

But, I’m not sure we want even to lower the atmmosphere’s CO2 partial pressure (down to 0.03 kPa already and therefore dangerously low for plant life on land) so I’d not be initially in favour of his idea, but it could be applied in a small way (a few billion dollars here and there) to pretend to the greenazis that we care about what they say. We can get clean water to everyone in Africa while their back is turned.


http://www.nicedoggie.net … good dog!

David Davis

Yup. Nice Gorebone…here!

The point is, anybody who says he/she is “green”, is a murderer. Of humans. Forget “animals” and plants; they are for us. I am so, so sorry, but someone has to say it first. You are thus on a level with Che Guevara (and your T-shirt is even less cool now than when I lambasted you before, no, I will NOT let you into my Club) Mao, Stalin, Pol Pot, Castro, Chavez, Ceaucescu and Hitler, to name but some socialists.


No more “global warming”? That’s a problem for “policy makers” (what are those, please?)

David Davis

Here we discover what has happened to “Global warming’s missing heat”. It was never going to arrive in the first place. “Reason magazine reports Reuters commenting on an article in “Nature”.

When I were a nipper, “Nature” was globally regarded as a sound and objective science journal. The school paid for us to have it in the Chemistry library, along with the new Scientist – another one that’s gone to the Gore-dogs. It seems no longer. When great and old journals, such as this and the scientific American, spend more and more pages trying to lobby “policy” “makers”, for left-popular political strategies, and less and less time doing real-science-reporting, it’s time to build libraries, and stock them with hard knowledge.

As the planet cools (as it will when the Sun’s radiated output starts to fall to another Maunder minimum in about 100-150 years) and as the great global warming scam-scare unravels bloodily in public, what are the greenazis going to think of next, to hobble Man in a pre-capitalist barbarian time-warp, again?

WHAT, I ask, WHAT? WHAT is it about the socialists, global-warm-mongers and Gaians? Why, exactly (for I do not know and can’t tell) do they hanker for a mythical, pre-modern, supposedly neo-pastoralist “golden age”, in which Man was “in harmony” with “his” “environment”? Which is to say that his life was risky, often brutal, hard, painful and fairly short, and he had to spend 97.2%+++ of his time trying to simply grow (if lucky) (or find) food and eat it.

What, I beg to ask, is wrong with simply agreeing that the Christian West, liberalism and Hard Science have – in that order – won the battle for Human Survival? And not only that – they have won it for All Mankind? Look guys. we offer you all this knowledge, and for nothing!

We even gave you the internet, so you didn’t have to get out of your chairs or sign anything, to see that we are right. You don’t even have to go to a sodding library, where all the useful books have been cleaned out because they are written by dead white bourgeois male mysogynist conservative Christian twats.

Get out more. Get a life. Do some work (and stop singing work-songs.) Stop wearing Che Guevara t-shirts (no, you must not, really! It’s even less cool than when I criticised you before, and I think even the Guardian and the Indymoney will look down on you now for that.)

Bioethanol crime burning food atrocity murder children corn life

David Davis

Libertarian Alliance quote of the day….from our good and right friends at Delaware Libertarian…

The Stupidity of Ethanol in a single sentence

Peg, at A Secondhand Conjecture

, finds a sentence that cuts to the heart of the matter:


Every fill of the tank with ethanol uses the same amount of corn a child would eat in a year, and let’s not even talk about the amount of potable water used to grow the corn in the first place.

Sort of makes fossil fuels seem more rational, huh?

This is very interesting. Come on, boxing gloves out, let’s discuss “climate change”. You want billions to die, so give us the chance to punch your teeth bloodily out of your skulls first.

David Davis

Come on! You nasty leftist toads.

Get the gloves out, and fight us if you dare.

Bastards. Killers. Morgoth. Bad. You will be dead one day, and then what? What did you do what you did, for, and why?

You want global warming to be believed, because you want to hobble us, who create wealth and stuff.

You want to do that because otherwise there will be no poor people left on the planet for you to patronize, and pretend to beat us with, so you bastards can have jobs, in case we lose concentration for a moment and agree with you that their poverty is our fault.

Our fault? Why?  WE, not you, defined their poverty as hideous, and we showed what would be achieved instead, and you did not.

Why did we do that? We were trying to help them before you had even heard of them, because we are Christian liberals, which is to say, conservatives. We even had boats and regarded the Sea as a Road and not a Fence or a Wall, but your “philosophers” lived in “Europe” and were land-bound. In this difference I think lies one of the roots of Anglosphere-libertarianism. Our borders are wherever a boat can make landfall, but yours are just…fences and walls. I’m so sorry, but there it is.  It’s an epistemological difference in how a human perceives reality.

Why do so many libertarians like SF?

The continual poverty of “the people” is your fault (you socialists, youlot, you bastards, evil doers, shysters, Brown-cabinet-ministers, ne’er-do-wells, vote-riggers and wastrels) for hobbling and burdening us, in our travails, so we can’t help them, despite you lot.

UPDATE 15th April 2008 … And here’s another example of nazi bullyboy pressure on normal people to say “the right things” ….

Climate change – From Christopher Booker’s column Sunday Telegraph 13th April (It’s the second item in his poly-column, which links below:)

Warmists beat straying BBC man back into line

A talking point among “climate sceptics” on both sides of the Atlantic
has been the bizarre tale of how the BBC’s chief reporter on climate
change censored an item on the BBC website after being harried by a
“climate activist”.

I don’t know what you think of that report but the behaviour of that Jo Abbess droid is disgusting.

ITEM: Why are so many British lefty “femdroids” called “Jo”? This is not the first time I have encountered one. they also write unsuitably politically-correct children’s books. Are they trying to look matey and “street”, or do they get to become lefties because of their parents’ inclinations which lead towards a certain sort of girl’s name?


What’s all this Russian stuff that gets onto our comments, and is mostly about sex and websites?

David Davis

I have to spend valuable time going around deleting it.

I thought they had joined The West.  Clearly, not; they have not learned HOW TO BEHAVE. You do NOT gatecrash; that is what socialist students, and pre-capitalist-barbarians, do.

Bugger them for a start, then, the unperceptive, fascist toads. They MUST READ MORE BLOGS before BLAMMING us here. The buggers, lazy sods. Get bloody out of bed, stop f*****g those (very pretty and f***able) Ukrainian girls, and do your sodding homework about liberty and the West and where you fit in, and think about whose side you actually are on……

……Before annoying people by messing about with their property. Or else, go back to the outer darkness in Northern Asia, in animal-skin-tents.

There’s an Ice Age coming upon us, and soon, about 8,000 years, but it may be as little as 800. Al Gore is a f*****g liar, a scimbag and a prostituter of data. Shun him and his works, and look to the future integrity of any power sources in the region in which you live (that is to say, Russia) and concentrate your efforts on saving your families by this strategy, rather than rubbishing ours.

Prepare thick tents, if you are not going to listen to us.

This blog is the friend of people who want people like you to be free to do what you do – so do it to Hugo the Chav and the Dear Leader and not to us, because it upsets our property (this blog)  and they don’t have property coz’ it belongs to “The People!”


BURNING FOOD … How biofuels will break banks and harm people

David Davis

Well, (some of) you read (some of) it here first at the LA. I recall that we were lambasting “Bio Fuels” before the mainstream media did (can’t put my finger on hte excat post right now.) But here’s a little taster (sorry!) of developing opinion:

Rioting breaks out over food price rises – biofuels are to blame say World Bank, FAO, UNHCR and IMF

The FT reports that food price rises are wiping out a decade of efforts to combat global poverty, according to the World Bank, IMF and the Food and Agricultural Organisation. The organisations were unanimous that biofuels were part of the reason for the price rises, which have increased 45 percent in the past 9 months. The conclusions were echoed by Gordon Brown, who yesterday called for a review of the effect of biofuels on food prices: “For the first time in decades, the number of people facing hunger is growing.” As the FAO issued another warning about the threat of social unrest in developing countries, riots have broken out in Haiti over soaring food prices, claiming five lives. Unrest is also reported in West Africa and Egypt. The BBC Today Programme reports that the army is now involved in food distribution in Bangladesh – a major food importing country.  Meanwhile, AFP reports that price rises are pushing unions in Europe towards confrontation and strike action against employers.


Antonio Gutierrez, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, interviewed on the Today programme, said that targets for biofuels “need to be reconsidered, because it is having an unexpected but meaningful negative impact on the food markets”.

FT Collier & Spence BBC BBC 2 BBC Today AFP AFP 2 FT