Top positive review
on 17 January 2016
Fantastic book, it clearly shows how radical environmentalism and hard core environmentalists want to take over world governance by any means possible, foul or fair, and as this book shows - mainly foul. I've witnessed this scam building over the past thirty years or so, and to claim , as the alarmists have that for billions upon billions of years, ice ages, tropical climates, back to ice ages, back to temperate, back to ice ages again over hundreds of thousands of times was down to mother nature, and yet the last 'THIRTY' years - man. It's a whopper.
The other really annoying thing is the selfishness and arrogance of the alarmists who don't care what the majority think. Very recent polls worldwide reveal that the majority of people do not believe the hoax, and further to that, are much more concerned about the longest recession in a century, how they can afford to put food on the table, and how they can afford to heat their homes after having to fund the expensive and useless green energy fantasy. I know all about this. I live in the UK where our Utility bills have risen by over 150% over the past decade in the 'rush to green'. How would the Americans feel if their Utility bills suddenly rose to $3500 to 4000 per annum? Or how would they feel paying $7 - 8 per gallon? Well, I can tell you, if Obama follows the GEF, that's what you'll all be paying.
In the recent UK elections, the Green party polled one million votes out of thirty three million. The Green party are the voice of environmental democracy. UKIP who promised to scrap all green taxes and the stupid climate change act which costs the UK $30 billion per year polled two million more at three million votes. So why, when alarmist parties are so unpopular with the majority of voters and cannot win enough votes to become elected are they pulling the strings behind the scenes undemocratically? It's not on and must be stopped at all costs.