Friday, 25 July 2008

India bucks the envirofascist trend

Engineering News

India has issued a report challenging global warming fears. This is dramatic. The Indian Prime Minister's Council on Climate Change said that India would rather save its people from poverty than global warming, and would not cut growth in order to cut gases.

Referring to claimed changes in climate attributed to human activity, the report declares: "No firm link between the documented charges described below and warming due to an anthropogenic climate change has yet been established."

The report goes on to state: "It is obvious that India needs to substantially increase its per capita energy consumption to provide a minimally acceptable level of wellbeing to its people . . . India is determined that its per capita greenhouse-gas emissions will at no point exceed those of developed countries."

Well done India. I am glad to see there are some governments who actually don't hate their people. While the jumped up little control freaks in Woking take their orders, like the good little bitches that they are, India is working to make their citizens life better.

Yes, there is a good reason why India is now booming. It doesn't have to take its orders from the EU, like the traitors in our government do. Just think of how Britain could have benefited, with its strong links with India.

But no, instead of betting on the favourite, Britain's traitor political class picked the asthmatic, blind, 3 legged, decrepid old donkey that is the EU.

Worse that that, this country has turned its back on solid friends in Canada, New Zealand, India and much of the commonwealth, to get into bed with a bunch of crooks. Sure, Britain's traitor elite are just as much a part of this. This isn't all the other countries of Europe's fault.

It is time that the people of this country shunned the fearmongering and hatred that the EU elite peddle. It is time we kicked ALL of the established parties out of Westminster and put in parties that will make the country more free.

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