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Propaganda and Culture Wars: Climategate and the death of science

Posted in cass sunstein, climate treaty, Coca Cola Hopenhagen, Environmental movement, eugenics, global climate treaty, global warming hoax, health czar, rationed health care, right to life on December 4, 2009 by AN Security

Global warming is a hoax. Is that a surprise?

I read Sarah Palin’s commentary on Facebook today calling for Mr. Obama to boycott the climate conference in Copenhagen. As much as I admire Mrs. Palin, I have to disagree with one thing; as I posted on her page, Obama won’t investigate his ‘climate’ experts because they are part of the shadow government he wants to implement, that’s why. He can’t investigate people he’s counting on to push the environmentalist agenda bent on giving away our sovereignty to our enemies. Every day the federal government makes some stupid claim that human-made pollution is destroying the world and is taking steps to take over our ability to make choices and make our great nation the culprit of the world’s ills. There is no point in asking Obama to chastise the same people he counts on to help him accomplish his hope and change. He also has a strong backing in the Congress.

Global warming pseudo science has been the big lie to keep people from asking questions. Now that it’s out in the open idiots like Barbara Boxer say it’s a crime to reveal the emails because they were stolen. Really? How about the crime of usurping power from the American people? What about justice? Now truth and justice are considered crimes by the liberals and it makes sense. They are uncomfortable with the truth and they hang on to their make-believe world until the rest of us believe it.

Obama said clearly for two years of sitting on the senate bench voting present he wanted to ‘transform’ America and this message was delivered to the masses loud and clear during the campaign. That was not some cryptic speech, it was in plain English. Those of us who understood it then are praying now asking why this man was elected to office. This is indeed a transformation I want no part of and many Americans agree.

This tyranny must be stopped. We must question everything from now on even at great risk to our wellbeing because of a lie. Global warming…I was in Baghdad when it snowed…boy was that a typical global warming experience!

And as for science, the next time a relative gets sick with some rare disease say goodbye to conventional wisdom, seek other answers and challenge all research. There is no information we can trust now. The next time ladies, you go to the gynecologist for a check remember someone has declared breast exams and mammograms necessary only for women within a certain age group and that’s not you guess what? Good luck. Obama’s Czar Cass Sunstein and Rahm Emanuel’s brother Ezekiel Rahm, a ‘bioethicist’ and Obama’s choice for ‘health’ Czar have that very concept in mind for you. This is the guy who thinks that Eugenics – which by the way is NOT a rock band – is the most ethical way of dealing with life and death of humans. Rahm believes people who don’t fit a certain criteria, should not receive health care. But that’s just a glib description of the guy. You can read what he thinks here, a paper entitled Principles for allocation of scarce medical interventions you tell me…these people think that you and me are bad for the environment. These are the same people who vilified the medical profession accusing doctors of cutting off limbs and doing unnecessary surgery to make a buck are out to get you and their scheme is finally made public but they’re fighting hard to do damage control.

Oh, but don’t let me limit your answers to that; how about all the money dumped into worthless and frivolous research like the NIH (National Institutes of Health) on Chinese hookers? It’s obvious that hookers in China need instruction on how not to drink too much on the job. In the meantime people die from disease all over the world.  It’s not looking good for science right now. Maybe we can study the impact the Chinese hookers could have if we send them to the moon. Even NASA has come under scrutiny. So much for stargazing.

For so long I defended the need to support even pure research because many good discoveries came from both design or from secondary results; many an accident in the lab has become an invention or treatment for disease to help humanity; always a welcomed outcome. Not anymore. Science has become yet another tool to manipulate our freedom to think for ourselves and those scientists who support this ideal are guilty of crimes against humanity. The reputation and relevance of scientific work, for those who actually do it to help humanity, has been tarnished and personal and professional greed has driven ‘scientists’ to support a hoax because their objective is to see who gets to be lauded as the best of whatever in academia. I for one don’t care. And for those scientists who had the courage to speak out but where drowned out by the mobsters I feel for you; you are the minority and losing the battle. The profession has lost credibility.

And so has its main spokesman – well, I never thought he had credibility – but Al Gore just cancelled his grip-and-grin appearance 

 in Copenhagen. That’s too bad because he’s probably afraid he’ll be confronted by people like Irish reporter Phelim McAleer as he questioned the validity of Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth and may have to actually answer why he thinks polar bears are so endangered when clearly it’s humanity these commies are trying to destroy. Not only that, Gore continues to fill his pockets with money from ventures that go against his supposed environmental philosophy but doesn’t want you or me to grow prosperous.

So you know what? I’ve had it with this bad science. When someone tells me I eat too much of anything or that I create too much trash I’m going to do the exact opposite. That’s right. You know what I’m having for breakfast this morning?

Pork rinds, grape juice and bread and as soon as I stop typing this I’m going to get me the biggest cup of coffee – regular, no decaf – I can find and chug the whole thing. Why? Because I want to and this is my life and having choices is truly happiness. This is called freedom and it tastes good! Take that, worshipers of world dominance. The gig is up.

More on Obama’s climate experts and other links:

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=117804

Media being banned from the conference

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=117858

Earth warming

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=117823

Hackers vs climate hoax

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/70249-boxer-hacked-climategate-emails-may-face-criminal-probe

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Life and death on Thanksgiving

Posted in life and death, right to life on November 24, 2009 by AN Security

Thanksgiving Day can mean many things. I’m happy I was raised by two Christian, conservative parents. I’m also happy that the last time I called my mom I told her I loved her and that I would try to see her soon. That was last week.

My mom is in intensive care. I’ve flown home to see her and she’s not doing well. I wear her wedding band on my finger to make myself feel better while I wait to see if she makes it. Her hands are so swollen she couldn’t wear it anyway. The doctors give her very little chance but I wait just the same. When I rub her chest and caress her forehead she opens her eyes then closes them, against what the doctor said. I always subscribed to the medical/scientific philosophy having cared for people in her condition long ago, but this is different. Life means something different today than it did twenty years ago. If I have a doubt I ask, I challenge, I do what I can to preserve it.

I’ve had my questions answered with professionalism and care and since I’ve been home

Me on baptism day

I’ve spoken to five specialists, one for each organ that failed her after a cardiac and pulmonary arrest last week. There is brain damage involved. Blood transfusions and a ventilator. She’s being fed through a tube and her medicines administered as though she were home watching her stories.

But she’s getting the same care a twenty-year-old could get, no questions asked. She’s in a private hospital. No one turned her away for treatment. Last summer I was told she had waited for six hours in a room next to emergency because there were no beds on the wards. That was a public hospital. I called and made sure that she was moved promptly.  But I’m not complaining now really. Her life matters just as that of a younger, healthier person. That’s the point.

I’m just doing soul-searching and thinking how this great big lie can be defeated with the truth.

That health care is not at fault, but those who try to regulate it.

I am thankful she’s in good hands, whatever God chooses to do in the end.

Prayer is the order of the day.