11 December 2009

You And I Can't Pull A Gun On A Journalist, But At The Anti-Gun U.N. Its Open Season

As the inconvenient truth about fraud in climate research continues to roll out comes news that an assistant to a prominent professor, feeling inconvenienced about questioning he was getting at a United Nations event this week, asked armed security to remove an accredited journalist from a press event.

Professor Stephen Schneider’s assistant requested armed UN security officers to approach film maker Phelim McAleer, and hold him. The armed officers ordered him to stop filming and prevented further questioning after the press conference where the Stanford academic was launching a book. Why? Because he asked Professor Schneider about the academic's opinions on Climategate – where leaked emails have revealed that a senior British professor deleted data and encouraged colleagues to do likewise if it contradicted their belief in Global Warming.

Hmmmm. . . .

The United Nation, which through its myriad of little treaties is working to disarm civilians around the globe, uses armed security to halt inconvenient questioning about a fraud being perpetrated on the world's peoples. A fraud being used as cover and an excuse to transfer the world's wealth to the third world.

And who did the researcher's assistant call on? ARMED security personnel?

Of course, not to be outdone, the anti-gun Obama Administration, through its new "we will oversee all CO2 emissions because they are a pollutant" via the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (BTW, you and I breathe, therefore apparently you and I are polluters), knows a thing or two about arming people and departments with an agenda. Not in Copengagen, but right here.

These are just the things that makes you go "hmmmmm . . . "
"The NRA: Creating or saving millions of gunowners since 1871." -- J.Cuddy

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