Those in the blogosphere who “know” me, know I’m a big Andrew Bolt fan. Bolt is one whose quick to dismiss evil Bush stories, such as touted by Alex Jones. Yet he also has been championing Christopher Monckton as of late. Yet lately, Monckton has been appearing on The Alex Jones show… along with Dr. Timothy Ball, a prominent AGW sceptic. Bolt (and I) rubbishes 911 troofers, yet the show Monckton and Ball appear on, does not. Throw in the Zeitgeist, made during the Bush (who I championed) years, which I rubbished, and it’s all a very interesting mix. We mocked the housing crisis, and we mocked the Left. We mocked Obama and Jones, and praised Bush. We mocked AGW, and praised America’s wars. This Climategate spectacle, when researched, has brought forth a convergence of a few of my once-conflicting ideas. That said, stories from the survivors of 911, those in the building, paint a horrifying picture. And those phone calls from the planes. Damn the troofers. Yet still, Climategate has brought up, or rather reignited, a lot of food for thought.
Just don’t get me started on the 666 barcode theory, which, in light of a potential world government being agreed to in the next two weeks, on the bullshit premise of human CO2 emissions, might deserve another look at.
Yes, this sounds like barking mad stuff. But so does AGW. And perhaps Bolt, the reasoned, rational Bolt, in his championing of Climategate, has opened up a Pandora’s box – no, pushed the convergence button, so to speak, that maybe even he may not have realised the potential consequences of yet.
It’s ironic. It was Bolt I went to, years ago, to get this mad-house conspiracy shit, and Leftist crap, out of my head, yet it is, perhaps unwittingly, he who has “led” me back to it… minus the Leftist crap.
And damn the Left (if one wants to think in those terms) for championing AGW. The Left who perhaps or perhaps not, are aware of it’s full consequences. Climategate raises many more questions than those about mere climate science. It also, when you follow all the links, raises questions about what the Right championed for so long, and who we were really barracking for.
This is not meant to be a position statement. More so an open musing to the blogosphere. Food for thought, and thus a request for feedback. Feedback of any kind. Comments slagging me off will not be removed.
What’s the difference between debate and confusion? Decent leaders? An informed citizenry? The Leftists on Unleased today talked about muddying the waters.
JFTR, that’s AKA stirring the pot.
Ain’t rhetoric great? 🙂