Chapter 8 of IPCC report problematic

You might ask if chapter 8 was fraud, how come we have never heard of such rubbish?

Chapter 8 of IPCC report problematic

Chapter 8 of IPCC report problematic

Peter Lake suggests “let’s identify the people and retail businesses behind the threatening lawsuit and let them we know”. (Glorifying use of fossil fuels wrong way to go).

Is this a suggestion of trying to bully local business into submission?

Lake goes on to say, “Corporate bullies who use the threat of a lawsuit to overturn community wishes is rather gullible”. If I may ask, what about “corporate bullies”, that “use” children to advance their agenda?

Case in point, the David Suzuki Foundation, who went to the trouble of searching out children, who claim the climate has made them sick, and consequently launched a lawsuit again us the taxpayers of Canada?

Any lawsuit is never a sure thing. From what we are told, Vancouver Island Motorsport has a strong case against North Cowichan. I’m not so sure with the children’s lawsuit, especially so if the federal government enters, as evidence, chapter 8 of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change submission that led to Kyoto agreement.

Chapter 8 was used to prove global warming is caused by “human influence” (burning of fossil) however, “under the rules of science” that suggestion entered in the document was false. Regardlessly, it was entered as such, and was additionally and fraudulently altered to support the warming hypothesis. If chapter 8 is exposed in court, any judge will be forced to rule on it for what it is.

You might ask if chapter 8 was fraud, how come we have never heard of such rubbish?

In propaganda, there is a saying, if a lie is repeated enough, it will eventually becomes the truth. This is what happened in respect to chapter 8, thanks in part to the efforts of mainstream media for suppressing the “fudging” of the document.

The David Suzuki Foundation, and individuals such as Peter Lake, can be credited for unknowingly spreading the the propaganda. Their efforts, along with many others have paid off!

However, there may be justice in the end. Especially so if the “corporate” David Suzuki Foundation happens to lose the case in court and then gets stuck with a staggering legal bill, including government costs. The real real justice will be if chapter 8 is exposed at that time for what it is, and the media is finally forced expose the details of the back room dealing regarding chapter 8.

So folks, in the meantime, let’s not harass “local business”, for their support of the speedway expansion, but instead do your research regarding chapter 8 of the IPCC report. The facts are available, on credible sites on the Internet, including books published by many qualified scientists.

John Walker

Cobble Hill

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