‘Global warming’ fanatic George Monbiot says ‘I am no longer nuclear neutral. I now support the technology.’

Globalists are desperate to push nuclear power

as supposed answer to human-caused ‘climate change’

 

George Monbiot, one of the foremost ‘green’ promoters of the ‘global warming’ hoax in England, now says that as a result of the Fukushima disaster, he sees nuclear energy as the answer to the world’s energy problems.

‘I am no longer nuclear neutral.  I now support the technology,’ writes Monbiot in the Guardian.

This nonsense is consistent with the actions of Chief Hoaxer Obushama, who recently went to earthquake-prone Chile to sell American nuclear reactors to the compromised Globalist government there.

Fukushima is the beginning of the end of the nuclear age, and the Death Culture Globalists are now desperate to downplay alarming information of radiation dangers in Japan, so as not to endanger their prospects of repackaging nuclear energy as somehow ‘clean.’

Fukushima heralds a planetary awakening as to how the Death Culture has highjacked the environmental movement with fears of melting polar icecaps, desertification, etc., exploiting those fears to resurrect the discredited technology that has had a major image problem since Three Mile Island and Chernobyl.

I am old enough to remember the first Earth Day in 1970, and in those days no one in the movement was concerned with this bizarre ‘global warming’ theory.

We were concerned about pesticides in the food supply, clearcutting old growth forests, nuclear energy and nuclear arms race threats.

There was a growing anti-nuclear movement in those days, but somehow it petered out after Three Mile Island.

As nuclear reactor building projects were cancelled or postponed, and dangerous nuclear reactors shut down, people got the false impression that we were gradually phasing out the infernal dangerous technology.  But it is still with us, sadly.

With Death Culture Globalists like Monbiot and Obushama anxious to sell nuclear reactors before Fukushima gets any worse, now is the time for all of the so-called ‘greens’ to realize that the real and present danger to the planet is nuclear energy and nuclear arms, not gradual natural variations in climate temperature which have very little if anything to do with human activity.

NUCLEAR DANGERS AND COSTS OUTWEIGH SUPPOSED BENEFITS

As the CBC goes overboard with their hagiographizing of the secular agnostic pseudo saint David Suzuki on his 75th birthday, Canada’s foremost ‘climate change’ alarmist admits that he is pessimistic for our prospects as a planet.

In his incredible hubris, he thinks that he hasn’t done enough to warn us of the impending doom that he has been forcasting for about two decades.

Shamefully, David Suzuki has actually allowed apologists for the deadly nuclear power industry to suggest on his Nature of Things CBC tv show that supposedly ‘clean’ nuclear power is part of the so-called ‘clean green energy’ solution for the future.

By allowing these pernicious ideas to proliferate, Mr. Suzuki is now plainly exposed as a person who is at least partially responsible for the failures of the environmental movement to shut down nuclear, by wasting human energy on the new bizarre theory of human-caused ‘climate change’.

All the years that he and other ‘greens’ have been going to contrived United Nations ‘green’ conferences in Rio, Kyoto and Copenhagen have been huge wastes of human energy, as all these conferences tend to frustrate the ‘global warming’ alarmists as they only manage to get token lip service paid to their concerns by the Death Culture Globalists.

Obviously, Globalists like Prime Minister Stephen Harper and former B. C. Premier Gordon Campbell don’t really give a damn about ‘global warming’, notwithstanding the carbon tax the latter imposed on consumers in British Columbia, and the lip service the Tories now give to the alamists.

Their only concern is to determine how the Death Culture Globalist corporations can exploit those fears to make more money.

Shamefully, Suzuki actually lauded Campbell’s phoney carbon tax, which does absolutely nothing to diminish actual atmospheric pollution, but only adds to the onerous tax burden of B. C. citizens.

What false environmental prophets like Suzuki, Monbiot and Obushama must surely realize is that as long as they waste their energy on chasing these ‘climate change’ chimeras, the elusive goal of nuclear energy termination is delayed, to our peril.

We must therefor ask them and ask ourselves: what is more dangerous now and into the future: human manufactured nuclear energy and nuclear arms or so-called ‘climate change’?

Common sense tells us the answer is evident in the historic Fukushima nuclear disaster.

 

Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell

Concerned Citizens’ Coalition

Victoria, Vancouver Island

British Columbia, Canada

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5 Responses to ‘Global warming’ fanatic George Monbiot says ‘I am no longer nuclear neutral. I now support the technology.’

  1. goyodelarosa says:

    ‘MY NUCULAR NEIGHBOUR’

    DAVID SUZUKI’S ‘NATURE OF THINGS’ TV PROGRAMME
    WHERE NUCLEAR POWER IS PUSHED BY DUNCAN HAWTHORNE OF BRUCE POWER
    AS THE CLEAN AND SAFE ANSWER TO ‘GLOBAL WARMING’:

    David Suzuki seems to give unwitting legitimacy to the notion that nuclear energy could seriously be considered as one of the clean alternatives to carbon, coal, etc. by acknowledging that in fact, that is how the nuclear industry is selling itself these days… without comment or criticism.

    He talks about what he calls ‘the pros and cons of the nuclear industry.’

    He allows anti-nuclear campaigner Gordon Edwards to explain the reasonable skepticism many people in the Peace River Valley should feel about Bruce Power’s feasability study for a nuclear power reactor in that lovely agricultural area, which straddles the border between Alberta and British Columbia.

    Gordon Edwards denies that there are any real benefits in terms of climate change concerns by using nuclear energy. He explains the history of danger, cost overruns, and cover-ups that has plagued the nuclear power industrty from the start.

    However, the key player for Bruce Power, CEO Duncan Hawthorne, a burly man who calls himself a Canadian in the film, but who speaks with a heavy Scots or Gaelic accent, ‘not a mercenary, but your neighbour in the community’, actually pitches his proposed nuclear power plant for the Peace River Valley as good for the environment in terms of climate change concerns.

    This is one of two instances where Bruce Power nuclear power advocates now use the myth of ‘clean, peaceful and safe nuclear power’ and conjoin it to the ‘climate change’ hoax to produce a sales pitch for their proposed new reactors in rural communities in the Canadian prairie provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

    http://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/natureofthings/2010/mynuclearneighbour/

  2. goyodelarosa says:

    ANDREW McKILLOP @ 21ST CENTURY WIRE:

    DOOMSDAY MACHINE: WHY NUCLEAR WILL NEVER BE THE ANSWER

    http://21stcenturywire.com/2011/03/25/doomsday-machine-why-nuclear-will-never-be-the-answer/

  3. goyodelarosa says:

    WHEN AN ILL WIND BLOWS FROM AFAR… LIKE FROM JAPAN… @ INFOWARS.COM

    http://www.infowars.com/when-an-ill-wind-blows-from-afar-like-from-japan-iran-or-north-korea/

  4. goyodelarosa says:

    DUNCAN HAWTHORNE OF BRUCE POWER PUSHES NUCLEAR AS CLEAN…
    HE MENTIONS ‘THE REALITY OF CLIMATE CHANGE IS UPON US’:

    BRUCE POWER USES THE SAME PITCH IN SASK. AS THEY DO IN THE PEACE, ALBERTA:
    NUCLEAR IS THE CLEAN ALTERNATIVE FOR MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE CONCERNS.

    http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NN-Bruce_Power_makes_announcement_in_Saskatchewan-1806084.html

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