October 30, 2018
from Technocracy.News Website
The technocrats developed their own language and technical terms to protect their control over the information; to make people pay a higher price for their services; to ensure they remain unaccountable for their actions.
The three lawsuits filed to silence me from explaining their science in ways the public could understand, and all came from technocratic members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
After you successfully convince the people about the deceptive use of science, you confront a more difficult problem.
You must explain the motive to people who can't believe that scientists would,
It is 28 years since Channel 4 in the UK produced 'The Greenhouse Conspiracy':
It covered all the things that were wrong with the AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming) theory.
They are still valid, but now time-tested. Unfortunately, most people still don't understand how it disproves the theory, despite all the efforts to educate people about the misuse of science.
The bureaucratic technocrats, including those funded by them, who created and promote the deception, rarely respond to scientific challenges.
Why bother when the
public doesn't understand? However, they respond when you discuss
the motive behind their actions.
A quote from a Pew Center report explains:
This partially confirms the holding pattern. They don't know whom to trust, so they set it aside. They are afraid of talking about a subject they don't understand.
This follows Mark Twain's advice,
Figure 1 shows the
Center poll of public priorities with "climate change" 18th out of
One is the failure of
skeptics to provide an alternative explanation. The answer is
Sun, but few skeptics explain how and why, because most are unable.
This belief is an extension of the adage that no one person can change the world.
In reality, it is always one person, for example,
Unfortunately, it is always for the worse...
Those pejoratives fail because all scientists are skeptics, and nobody denies that climate changes:
The final last-ditch attack is that you are a conspiracy theorist...
It works because most
don't like an association with losers or extremists.
The reality is conspiracies do occur, otherwise, the word would not
If you accept the conspiracy argument, you usually believe that it was carried out by a large group.
However, one definition dispels that myth.
A few other indicators of public reticence include,
The final reason people are watching is that perpetrators of the false AGW claim had a choice when evidence contradicted their claims and predictions.
Admit they were wrong, or double down. They chose the latter. The only option then is to become more extreme in every way, and that only confirms what the public suspect.
The role of extremists is to define the limits for the majority, and it is working again as always...