Nobel Prize Winners Predicted It All Along

More crack science from the world’s top climate scientists and Nobel Prize winners.

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IPCC – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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21 Responses to Nobel Prize Winners Predicted It All Along

  1. RAH says:

    “So let it be written. So let it be done” Oops! The IPCC and the EU are also in for some butt hurt and also deserve no cream. They are about to be Trumped.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Trump tapped Nikki Haley to be UN ambassador. She refused to endorse him and is the Witch who ordered the Confederate flag to be removed. However South Carolina’s Lt Gov is a stand up guy.

      It is a Win Win for Trump since SHE is the one who has to deal with a roomful of Muslims and repeat Trumps words… And Trump thinks the USA should get out of the UN. Also South Carolina has a real Republican as a gov.

      • Eric Simpson says:

        Yes, I agree Haley is a witch. I’m not a southerner, but I’m sympathetic. Whether it’s her foreign roots or whatever but she seemed alien from the southern spirit. Worst is that the self-righteous climate change pushing Northerner, Romney, came in at his sanctimonious worst to lead the whole sack the flag movement.

        But, Trump checked a diversity box and put Haley in the least troublesome spot: the UN which yes we she should get of. The UN is a din of leftist thieves.

        Off topic: let’s change it from “Global Climate Disruption” to:

        “Global Parking Lot Warming”


      • Oliver K. Manuel says:

        I hope Trump can withdraw from the UN, but he will be opposed by the powerful globalists – the Bilderbergers

        • AndyG55 says:

          Just cut the monetary support…

          … and ask the UN to find somewhere other than USA.

          Afterall, doesn’t somewhere like Syria, Uganda need the UN much more than the USA does.

        • Robertv says:

          But the US has to export its debt. If the rest of the world does not want to finance the countries debt it’s end of story. As a country the US is between the hammer and the anvil.

          • Analitik says:

            It’s more like musical chair. The debt gets passed around between countries – a thorough global statement of accounts would show just about all nations in debt with the financing by treasury bonds well beyond anything reasonable.

            At the end of the day, the taxpayer/worker is left, bag in hand, without a chance of a seat when the music stops.

        • RAH says:

          Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. It is far better to have a place at your enemies table than to be shut out and unable to monitor or effect what they’re planning. Stay in the UN and use our financial leverage to help mitigate the damage it does is the way I have always thought about it.

          But the problem is leftists like Obama can and do use it as a tool to try and subvert our national sovereignty. So I am somewhat less adverse to getting out than I used to be.

          • Gail Combs says:

            If the USA and Russia leave the UN taking their $$$ then the whole thing collapses. Same with the World Bank/IMF.

            Part of our debt problem is the amount of $$$ that heads overseas to prop-up useless dictators, Internationalbanks and the UN.

            Develop our own oil, coal, shale oil, mineral mining, ag, forestry and manufacturing and we can tell the UN and the International bankers to kiss ar$e.

            The USA is the largest ‘shareholder’ of the World Bank. IIRCC we fund about 60% link 1

            With the World bank/IMF a nation is not allowed to bankrupt and the loans CAN NOT BE FORGIVENlink 2

            Note that the IMF/World Bank was set up by Fabian Socialist John Maynard Keynes and Soviet Spy, Harry Dexter White.

            A collapse of the petrodollar is only a problem IF we have to trade on the international market. If we are making all or most of our own stuff AND selling stuff like Ag and lumber products, it is not a problem.

            The Progressives of course have been working very very hard to set-up the conditions needed for the USA to fail and have to be bailed out by the IMF/World Bank thereby giving the International Banksters complete control of the country.

            On Hyperinflation
            by Edward Harrison / on 7 April 2011

            So what about Hyperinflation?

            Weimar Germany 1919-1923

            … with a huge portion of tax revenue going to pay reparations in foreign currency, the German government turned to the printing presses to make good on its domestic obligations. The surge in money supply and the lack of productive resources led to hyperinflation and collapse.

            The key to Weimar’s hyperinflation was two-fold.

            1. The German government had a large foreign currency debt obligation.

            2. The German economy lost huge amounts of productive capacity causing prices to soar as demand outstripped supply…


            While the facts in Zimbabwe are different, the underlying causes for hyperinflation were the same: foreign currency obligations and a loss of productive capacity.

            Zimbabwe had established Independence from Britain in 1980. Yet, by the late 1990s 70% of productive arable land was still held by the small minority 1% of white farmers in the country. After years of talk about redistribution, in 2000, the President Robert Mugabe began to redistribute this land.

            The redistribution process was a disaster, both legally and economically. Many whites fled as violence escalated. The result was an enormous decline in Zimbabwe’s agricultural production. With agricultural production having plummeted, Zimbabwe was forced to pay to import food in hard currency.

            Meanwhile, the government turned to the printing presses to fulfil its domestic obligations. as in Germany, the foreign currency obligations, the loss of productive capacity and the money printing was a toxic brew which ended in hyperinflation.

            …So, hyperinflation has very specific preconditions that are not apparent in the U.S..

            1. No foreign currency liability: The U.S. dollar is the world’s reserve currency so the U.S. can pay for trade goods in U.S. dollars.. The U.S. does not have a peg to gold or some other currency which acts as a de facto foreign currency liability. And the U.S. government has substantially no foreign currency liabilities. All of the debt is issued in domestic currency.

            2. Price pressures are still anchored: While commodity prices are rising, they are rising in all currencies, not just in USD. Moreover, their rise will create demand destruction before any hyperinflation could occur. Why? Unemployment is high and capacity utilization is low, meaning there are no inflationary pressures on that front to help push inflation higher before demand destruction sets in.

            3. Currency revulsion has not set in: Tax compliance is high in the U.S. We are not talking about Russia, Greece or Argentina where government has had a difficult time in raising tax. Moreover, as the USD is still the world’s reserve currency, there has been no freefall sell off of dollars, nor do I anticipate any in the near-to-medium term.

            In short, there will be no hyperinflation in the U.S. any time soon….

            Read between the line on that article on hyperinflation we see in the USA
            1. Export of manufacturing and decent jobs plus farming and mining and lumbering regulated out of existence.
            2. wage stagnation
            3. ~20% unemployment rate.
            4. Mandatory health insurance DOUBLED in cost taking any excess cash
            5. Growing shadow economy as people repudiate the burden of regulation and taxes.

            As a person trained in economics in the top international school, Trump can see this a lot better than I can and is moving to counter the Trojan Horse in the USA.

          • RAH says:

            Well Trump doesn’t seem to have plans to get us out. He was talking about changing the tacky green marble tiles behind the speakers podium.

          • Gail Combs says:

            A billion here, a billion there and pretty soon you can cut out a trillion or more pork going to the Progressive Globalists each year…

            2015 American taxpayers will pony up around $3.024 billion this year towards the United Nations’ regular and peacekeeping budgets, more than what 185 other countries combined … That is just PEACE KEEPING….

            The United States contributes between one-fifth and one-quarter of NATO’s budget. In FY2010 that contribution totaled $711.8 million. Now we know why Trump mentioned NATO and getting the other countries to help pay.

            In 2013 the federal government spent nearly $76 billion on higher education

            An Introduction to the US State Department Funding for NGOs…initiated by over 26 Federal grant-making agencies and, according to the website, it issues over $350 billion in annual reward

            The USA tax payer has been the International Progressive’s sheeple. Sheared of their wealth with the US government’s blessing to promote a world wide totalitarian dictatorship.

  2. AZ1971 says:

    How does the UN IPCC reconcile their claims that as the planet warms and the atmosphere holds more water vapor, that snow events in the future has the potential to be much more severe than in the past based on water vapor content alone?

  3. Sunsettommy says:

    What is funny is that anything from the IPCC used to be taken as the time to hit the knees and worship,now when I point this very thing out,warmists ignore it.

    They have too since the IPCC are waaaay off on the Snow predictions.

  4. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    This peer-reviewed paper will be published before Trump takes office:

  5. RAH says:

    As far as any cabinet member or ambassador is concerned; They are there because of the POTUS and so they either tow the line or hit the street at the discretion of the POTUS. It may take confirmation in the Senate to get the job but the POTUS can take it away at any time he/she so desires on their own authority without consulting the Senate or anyone else.

    • Gail Combs says:

      And it is a GREAT way of getting rid of troublesome governors, congressmen and senators….

      Think of all the ambassadors Trump can appoint.

      • RAH says:

        BTW Gail I just came in from letting the dog out on her lead to do her business. It’s solid ice outside here in Central Indiana. Just a dusting of snow on top of it now. It’s going to be treacherous out there. So the central east coast isn’t the only place that got turned into an ice skating rink.

        According to Joe Bastardi we in the central US and you in the east are in for a warm up before Christmas. That warm up will last through New Years and then we go back into a deep freeze that may last right through Feb into Mar.

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