Written by Nancy Morgan - NewsRealBlog.com
According to newly revealed doccuments authored two years ago, the United Nations believes environmentalism should be regarded on the same level with religion "as the only compelling, value-based narrative available to humanity."
"This is not a political issue, or a scientific issue or a psychological issue - it's a moral issue. If anything it's actually a spiritual issue."
There you have it. The world should regard the environment as a religion and take on faith the fact that billions of dollars are needed to fix this so-called man-made crisis.
It looks like the world has no choice in the matter. The scientists at the University of East Anglia have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based. Oops. So the scientific data on which the premise of global warming is based are no longer available for peer-review. Sorry. Just take their word that its scientific.
And by the way, we are told to ignore the evidence came to light on November 20, in the form of hacked e-mails that "appear to show a conspiracy to falsify data and suppress academic debate in order to exaggerate the possible threat of man-made global warming." Hey, the UN isn't letting this scientific scandal interfere with their plans.
There is "virtually no possibility" of a few scientists biasing the advice given to governments by the UN's top global warming body, its chair said today.
In a shocking abrogation of journalistic ethics, the mainstream media in the United States has failed to report on what's been dubbed the greatest scientific scandal of our generation. - Climate-gate. World leaders are also united in ignoring any inconvenient facts that might derail the upcoming UN climate summit in Copenhagen. As is our own President.
According to these experts, all global citizens should just relax and take a deep breath. No need for worry or scientific proof, just take their word that the earth is melting and global governance is the solution. Have faith.