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One Blogger’s Opinion – CAGW is an Enron Scam

October 10, 2012
From Watts Up With That:
Gail Combs says:
August 18, 2012 at 11:50 am

William Astley says:
August 18, 2012 at 3:39 am

As it becomes obvious that dangerous anthropomorphic “climate change” is a scam, as is “green energy” it will be interesting to watch the political back pedaling…..
I think the whole scam was to force a “COMPROMISE” where we shut down nasty coal plants and replaced them with natural gas and the tax payer gets to help foot the bill because it is for the good of mother GAIA. This is why ENRON, Shell and BP were pushing all of this in the first place.
Enron And BP Invented The Global Warming Industry: Enron, joined by BP, invented the global warming industry. I know because I was in the room. This was during my storied three-week or so stint as Director of Federal Government Relations for Enron….

It seems some of the independent environmental groups are catching on to the fact that WWF is an accomplice of corporations. Remember HRH Prince Philipp and HRH Prince Bernhard lauunched WWF-US in 1962. Bernard’s family is a large stockholder in Shell Oil. In 1966, The Burmah Oil Company bought Castrol. Burmah Oil, one of Britain’s oldest companies, had once effectively owned the company that became BP, before selling its majority holding to the British government at the start of World War I… Philip Beresford, author of The Book of the British Rich has said that the Queen invests and own trillions of shares in “blue chip” stocks, including General Electric Company of Great Britain, Imperial Chemical Industries, Royal Dutch Shell, and British Petroleum.

Then there is the e-mail with an attachment written by Shell VP Ged Davis asking for comments from Climate Scientists, Greenpeace and Politicians. Ged Davis’ IPCC-SRES Zero Order Draft on storylines and scenarios. (Agenda 21)
Oil companies BP and Shell gave money for formation of ClimateGate unit at University of E. Anglia in 1971

Enron’s other secret

…The climate-change industry — the scientists, lawyers, consultants, lobbyists and, most importantly, the multinationals that work behind the scenes to cash in on the riches at stake — has emerged as the world’s largest industry. Virtually every resident in the developed world feels the bite of this industry, often unknowingly, through the hidden surcharges on their food bills, their gas and electricity rates, their gasoline purchases, their automobiles, their garbage collection, their insurance, their computers purchases, their hotels, their purchases of just about every good and service, in fact, and finally, their taxes to governments at all levels.

These extractions do not happen by accident. Every penny that leaves the hands of consumers does so by design, the final step in elaborate and often brilliant orchestrations of public policy, all the more brilliant because the public, for the most part, does not know who is profiteering on climate change, or who is aiding and abetting the profiteers…..

Some of the climate-change profiteers are relatively unknown corporations; others are household names with only their behind-the-scenes role in the climate-change industry unknown.

This is perhaps the most telling comment if you realize Lovelock has not really changed his point of view, he is just staying “BOUGHT”

Lovelock on “fracking”:

Gas is almost a give-away in the US at the moment. They’ve gone for fracking in a big way. This is what makes me very cross with the greens for trying to knock it: the amount of CO2 produced by burning gas in a good turbine gives you 60% efficiency. In a coal-fired power station, it is 30% per unit of fuel. So you get a two-to-one gain there straight away.

And last but not least. Remember Robert Watson chair of IPCC?? He was chief scientist for the office of mission to planet earth at NASA, Associate director for environment under President Clinton, former Chief Scientist and Director for Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development (ESSD) at the World Bank and is now Chief Scientific Adviser, for DEFRA, UK.

SO what is the World Bank doing for “Climate Change” and Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development (their phrase)??

Graph: World Bank Lending for Thermal Generation

World Bank invests record sums in coal

Last year, $3.4bn was invested in the dirtiest fossil fuel despite international commitments to cut emissions

Record sums were invested last year in coal power – the most carbon intensive form of energy on the planet – by the World Bank, despite international commitments to slash the carbon emissions blamed for climate change.

The World Bank said this week that a total of US$3.4bn (£2.2bn) – or a quarter of all funding for energy projects – was spent in the year to June 2010 helping to build new coal-fired power stations, including the controversial Medupi plant in South Africa. Over the same period the bank also spent $1bn (£640m) on looking and drilling for oil and gas….

The World Bank’s explanation

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