Just a quick post today about those darn pesky climate hucksters. An article from Watts up with that – Private Home Ownership May Not Be Viable Because Climate:
Western Sydney University Researcher Louise Crabtree, writing for The Conversation, thinks in a world torn by climate disasters ownership of private property may have to be sacrificed, to be replaced by a system of housing cooperatives or a roaming right to reside.
Oh gee. Just a crank, right?
If you assume the author is an inconsequential fringe academic, think again. According to her university bibliography, in 2009, the author of the article Louise Crabtree received the following recognition from then Federal Minister for Housing Tanya Pilbersek.
The puke inducing recommendation from that hag-faced cat molester follows.
Look, for all of you out there still sitting on the fence about this climate stuff. It’s not just a scam, it’s an attempt to inflict one-world government upon us and eliminate private property and the free market enterprise system because these people are ideological nutjobs. And they’re not trying to hide it any more because they know that the jig is almost up so they might as well go the whole hog while there’s still time and see if they can pull it off.
The climate changes, guys. Get over it. The earth is not static. We are static so we would like the climate to be the same all the time. This is what soothsayers have been selling to us gullible folk for thousands of years.
The funniest part of this behavior for me are the people in the Alps who every summer drag giant tarpaulins up to cover the poor glaciers because they are disappearing! Oh the humanities!
Glaciers are not static. They are either receding or they are growing. I know which one I would prefer. Because if they start growing they can grow very fast indeed. Fast enough to shoot down these picturesque little valleys and crush everything beneath them. That would be fun, eh?
But don’t worry. The authorities will have confiscated your house before that happens because global warming.