James Delingpole has met the man who 'has exposed the great climate change con trick'. You can read his Spectator article here.
Over the past couple of years I've done my best to absorb all sides of the argument but it's been difficult in recent times to hear any voices which aren't, in some way, connected with the IPCC.
I'm off to buy the book which is only £16.43 on Amazon. Do read the reviews for yourself. It was refreshing, in a way, to note that some readers found the lack of editing irritating but once you understand this book was refused by all the major publishing companies and was finally published by a struggling couple living in the middle of the Australian bush, then the lack of editing can be forgiven.
Plimer's first book A Short Story of Planet Earth was a best seller and won a Eureka prize however the 'big boys' refused to publish his follow-up.
‘There’s a lot of fear out there. No one wants to go against the popular paradigm.’Too right there is and we have to waken up to the fact that we're being held to ransom, both psychologically and financially. I don't expect any of the climate change believers to begin to question their brainwashers - not until they realise the money in their pockets is dwindling fast, the country is covered in windmills and our utility bills consume more of their hard-earned money than their mortgage payment or rent. It won't be long before that happens.