Posts Tagged ‘UN’
Are you fed up with the antiseptic slogan, “If you see something, say something?”
The authorities expect us to report suspicious backpacks, but stay silent as the tomb about the nature of the men who put them there.
We’re instructed to speak up about a bloodied man’s movement under a boat tarp, but to shut up about the ideological movement that drove him to commit his carnage.
Well, as it happens, I’ve seen quite a lot of things over the last few years that I’d like to say something about — enough things to break a heart and to kill a country.
And after the Boston Massacre committed by two immigrant jihadis, I’m going to say them.
Read more by Stella Paul at American Thinker
As the Newton tragedy tidewaters slowly recede, shooters have seen ammunition in certain popular calibers dry to a trickle in all the usual places. What you can get will cost you what you got and then some, but that doesn’t concern me that much because I reload (and you should too). But with handloading in mind and ammunition as well as gun control in the news, would there, could there, ever be a ban on reloading supplies, something that truly could leave many shooters with nothing more than gun case full of expensive paperweights?
Hey, is that a single stage, Lee Press in your truck?
No matter whether you’re a hunter, a run n’ gunner, a home defender or a plinker and no matter what gun you own or prefer, your weapon isn’t worth a solid baseball bat without ammunition. More and more shooters are realizing the importance of a consistent supply of ammunition turning to reloading their own ammunition, but could this spurred interest in the hobby mean lawmakers will target hand-presses next?
Read more by David LaPell at guns.com
An In-Depth Introduction to Agenda 21 and Green Tier
with Kirsten Lombard Ph.D
Monday, September 17, 2012 @ 6:45pm
at Joe’s “K” Ranch, 4840 S. Whitnall Ave., Cudahy, WI. 53110
Have you heard of Agenda 21 and Green Tier? If not, don’t feel bad. Many of our legislators in both State and Federal Government have not either. Many candidates running for office today have never even heard of these initiatives that our stripping our liberties and property rights from right underneath us. Agenda 21/Green Tier is a UN initiated program organized to work at the grassroots and local level. Several cities and towns have already adopted legislation to implement the United Nation’s Agenda for the 21st Century.
Kirsten Lombard, Ph.D, has done some extensive research in the area of Agenda 21 and the program, Green Tier, which is designed specifically for the State of Wisconsin. As organizer of the Wisconsin’s 9/12 Project, Dr. Lombard has worked tirelessly to thwart this “Green Agenda” at the Capitol in Madison, worked to defeat initiatives in many towns such as Janesville, and has documented much of the behind the scenes programs and legislation that is being implemented here in Wisconsin to fulfill the United Nation’s Agenda for Sustainable Development.
If you think that programs like Obamacare are dooming, just imagine what a globalized agenda that will mandate, restrict, and regulate such items as drinking water, land ownership, transportation, what food you will be able to eat and not eat, and items even as small as what light bulbs you will use.
Due to the serious nature of this presentation, this event will be FREE. The knowledge that will be presented is so important for every American to know, that this event will be open to the public. So… Bring your friends. Space will be limited to 100 people on a first come, first serve basis.
If you value your freedoms and your God given rights, then this is a presentation you cannot afford to miss!
Michael S. Murphy
Chair, RPMC-South Branch
Not only is the Kyoto Protocol technically flawed, the so-called science behind it is utter twaddle. Never mind complicated things like non-linear mathematics or, indeed, mathematics of any sort. The alarmists can’t possibly know how to predict the future of Earth’s climate because they can’t explain its past.
At one point the UN’s famous Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change tried to tell us the climate story was pretty simple. Their infamous “hockey stick” graph showed temperature constant for 1,000 years, then shooting up sharply in the 20th century as Industrial Man started pumping CO2 and other GHGs into the atmosphere. On top of the technical jiggery-pokery, this account brazenly misrepresented the past.
As the IPCC itself admitted in 1990, we’ve long known about a “Medieval Warm Period” starting around 1000 AD followed by a “Little Ice Age” from about 1600 until the mid-19th century. The former explains why the Viking settlement flourished then perished in Greenland. And slower tree growth producing denser wood during the latter may account for the superb resonance of Stradivarius violins. But whatever made the Medieval Warm Period warm, it certainly wasn’t manmade GHGs. Nor did we cause the Little Ice Age.
So ask the warmers with their spuriously precise predictions of a “greenhouse effect” involving floods, famines, hurricanes a’blowin and a bad moon rising: Can you plug in known year 1000 data and have your computer model produce a Medieval War Period then let New Yorkers walk across the ice from Manhatten to Staten Island in 1780 and drop snow on Dickens’ London Christmases? If not, why should anyone believe you can plug in year 2000 data and predict 2215 or 2875?
Read more by John Robson in Toronto Sun
Go to a Wisconsin State Park and ask a naturalist. They will say that back then MILE-THICK glaciers covered this state 15,000 years ago. Not just 6-12 inches of fluffy white stuff. MILE-THICK ICE!
I’m glad that the Native Americans who were here at the time did something to make all of that ice disappear!
Special meeting to discuss ‘green helmets’ force to intervene in conflicts caused by rising seas levels and shrinking resources
by Suzanne Goldenberg, guardian.co.uk, 7/20/2011
A special meeting of the United Nations security council is due to consider whether to expand its mission to keep the peace in an era of climate change.
Small island states, which could disappear beneath rising seas, are pushing the security council to intervene to combat the threat to their existence.
There has been talk, meanwhile, of a new environmental peacekeeping force – green helmets – which could step into conflicts caused by shrinking resources.