Graphic borrowed from "Woody's Place" blog.What is the new "dogma"? - Anthropogenic global warming. Now we have Cardinals disagreeing with each other over this and, it seems, someone advising the Holy Father to accept it. Few people deny the signs of climate change, but there are quite a few - many scientists included - who deny the theory of anthropogenic climate change. Anyone who wants evidence of the false science which is being pushed down our throats should get hold of a copy of December's "Spectator" in which he/she will find an article by Nils-Axel Morner entitled "Rising Credulity". Morner is described as the former head of paleogeophysics and geodynamics at Stockholm University (1991-2005), president of the INQUA Commission on Sea Level Changes and Coastal Evolution (1999-2003), leader of the Maldives sea level project (2000-11), chairman of the INTAS project on geomagnetism and climate (1997-2003). His article focuses mainly on the suggestion that the sea level is rising or is likely to rise alarmingly throughout the world. The President of the Maldives has been famously claiming that his country will soon be submerged. Morner's studies dispute this. Not only that, but in the article he explains why such claims are bad science. He has little time for the IPPC. Referring to that body's Fourth Assessment in which sea levels are supposed to have risen over the last few decades and suggesting that satellite evidence backs up their assessment and predictions, he says "Almost every word of this is untrue". It is one of the best articles I have read on the subject of climate change.
There are other, very worrying, aspects to this "new dogma" of anthropogenic global warming. In the event of greater financial control being surrendered to the great banks (some of them being called "federal" or "national" but which have never been anything of the sort), the forthcoming carbon taxes will exert further unconstitutional or undemocratic control over the finances of the general population. There are even likely to be taxes on all products that can be classed as "carbon related" and even a tax on farm animals - and this may be difficult to believe for some although it has already appeared in print as a probability - because of their "emissions".
Further, since the "dogma" that human beings are responsible for what has been claimed as a serious world crisis, there are real dangers that Third World or Developing Countries will suffer as their industries are gradually wound down through lack of serious investment in necessary technology. We also need to face up to the threat of attempted depopulation through further campaigns of contraception and greater availability of abortion (with all the expected propaganda encouraging these things).
There are now some very good books warning of such things and analysis not only of what has happened but suggesting - on hard evidence - what is likely to happen. One of them is Brian Gail's third volume of his trilogy, "Childless". Another I have mentioned before, "The Hope of the Wicked" by Ted Flynn. I am still trying to understand all this myself. It seems, at first glance, to be crackpot stuff, but the research that such writers have done is extensive and impressive. Wherever there are some so-called facts that may be no more than odd conjecture, there are others that look alarmingly genuine. The new orthodoxy of man-made global warming is a scam that will cause much suffering and even if you believe in it, you should do your own research and read both sides of the argument rather than just accepting what some of the biased media empires are telling you.