Watch “Netflix Accused of LYING, Pushing Climate Change PROPAGANDA”

Tim Poole is a pretty middle ground journalist who hates fake news wherever he finds it. As he says, when it comes to climate change he defers to the experts (maybe he should watch Richard Lindzen). He fundraised for GreenPeace but quit because of their promotion of lies in their search for cash. As long … Continue reading Watch “Netflix Accused of LYING, Pushing Climate Change PROPAGANDA”


Claire Perry Has “Good And Productive Chat” With Far Left Rabble

Piers Corbyn is a socialist and has a complete disdain for the ‘fools’ that are ER:
To any #ExtinctionRebellion (#XR) followers we advise you to quit that FakeProtest Tool** of ExxonMobil-BigOil, 5G-oligarchs and WallStreet Super Corporations pushing climate lies, FuelPoverty + SocialCleansing. Stop being a tool.
He’s also said ER are anti-democratic & work to enable super corporations and UN-EU DIKTATS to plunder us and destroy our rights and living standards.
Here he is speaking on them a few months ago
The idea of Claire Perry meeting with them is ominous to say the least 🤔


By Paul Homewood


A Business Minister was last night facing questions about why she met members of a radical environmental group which is plotting to paralyse London this week.

Claire Perry held meetings with the Extinction Rebellion (XR) group at a climate change conference in Poland in November.

Ms Perry told The Mail on Sunday she had a ‘good and productive chat’ with the activists, who have links to Labour’s far-Left Momentum faction and are preparing a new onslaught of civil disobedience and criminality conceived with military precision to bring Britain to its knees.

It comes as an undercover investigation by this newspaper has revealed a hardcore movement determined to turn the clock back to a life without fossil fuel – and usurping Parliamentary democracy in the process.

The first stage of their global ‘Rebellion Week’ begins tomorrow and involves a plot to paralyse central London for at least three…

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Climate and People in the Prehistoric Arctic

There is considerable evidence that for the next 3500 years the arctic climate was noticeably warmer than today, the tree-line was north of its present position, sea ice was less extensive, and animal populations were large and well established.


By Paul Homewood

I came across this old article from, I believe 2001, which traces the history of people in the Arctic.

It’s well worth a read, and ties in nicely with yesterday’s post:

Climate and People in the Prehistoric Arctic

Robert McGhee

Did past changes in climates have majoreffects on human history? The question has been argued for a century or more, with numerous specific cases used as examples: the end of the Harappan civilization in northern India about 2200 BC, the fall of Mycenaean Greece about 1200 BC, and the rise of the great highland empires of the Andes. At a more distant time, it was proposed that the “bracing” semi-arctic climates of Ice Age Europe produced human populations that were world leaders in both biological and cultural development.

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Antarctic: ‘No role’ for climate in Halley iceberg splitting

Antarctic doing what it always does


By Paul Homewood

h/t Philip Bratby


When a giant iceberg breaks away from near Britain’s Halley research base, it won’t be because of climate change.

Scientists Jan De Rydt and Hilmar Gudmundsson have spent years studying the area and say the calving will be the result of natural processes only.

The Antarctic station, which sits on a floating platform of ice, was moved in 2017 to get it away from a large chasm.

That crack is now expected to dump a berg the size of Greater London into the Weddell Sea.

It’s not clear precisely when this will happen, but the breakaway looks imminent, prompting the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) to withdraw its staff from Halley as a precaution.

As soon as the calving does occur, though, it can be guaranteed that one of the first questions everyone will ask is: what was the influence of climate change?

And the…

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UK Government to Announce New Energy Policies

A stunning policy 🤣


By Paul Homewood


Amidst Brexit chaos, the Prime Minister will today introduce a white paper to Parliament detailing the Government’s new energy strategy. Stunned by criticism that she has failed to listen, the new policies will take full cognisance of the concerns recently raised by striking school children. The new policy has 4 main strands. The Downing Street press release is below the fold.

[BEGINS] In view of the grave concerns raised by 5 to 17 year old children on the impact of CO2 on Earth’s climate, Her Majesty’s government will today introduce legislation that will address the most pressing issue of our times, namely CO2 emissions and the ensuing climate mayhem that they cause (Exhibit 1, Appendix 1). CO2 has risen to record levels from 0.0280% (pre-industrial) to 0.0405% today (see endnote 1). The new energy policy has four main strands:

1. Adult only flights

As of 1…

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