Sunday, September 21, 2014

India rejects climate change nonsense



India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi sensibly refuses to attend yet another climate summit – this one called by Ban Ki-Moon in New York for September 23 under the auspices of the United Nations, which profits handsomely from the much-exaggerated climate scare.


Mr. Modi, a spiritual man who is also down-to-earth, knows that a quarter to a third of India’s people – at least 300 million of its citizens – still have no electricity. In Bihar, four homes in five are still lit by kerosene. His priority is to turn the lights on all over India.

Electric power is the quickest, surest, cheapest way to lift people out of poverty, disease and subsistence agriculture, and so to stabilize India’s population, which may soon overtake China’s. Families that no longer have to worry about children dying before they are five, or need them to tend starvation-level crops, tend to downsize their families.


Misuse of climate models as false prophets is costly in lives as well as treasure. To condemn the poorest of India’s poor to continuing poverty is to condemn many to an untimely death. India Prime Minister Narendra Modi is right to have no more to do with such murderous nonsense. It is time to put an end to climate summits. Real-world evidence proves they are not needed.

It really does not matter anymore what a bunch of fat useless western bureaucrats at the UN say about anything. Modi is on a mission and that is to modernize India and make it prosperous. This is another indication of how the emerging countries are getting stronger and are breaking out of their former subservient shells. The west continues to commit societal suicide following policies such as this climate change caused by man nonsense. Good for India and its people. This is why I advocate moving funds to asia and away from the west. Normal thinking people versus nutjobs.

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