The Clown Show Never Ends

Merkel urges action on ‘threatening’ climate crisis in New Year message 

And thirty years ago …..

7 Nov 1990, Page 13 – at

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18 Responses to The Clown Show Never Ends

  1. Johansen says:

    Her gentle voice and towering virtue are overwhelming, we do not even deserve to have her as our Chancellor; I will sell my sprawling American home and energy-wasting cars immediately and wait for further instructions …. we are so fortunate to have leaders who care

    • arn says:

      She is the Obama of Germany.

      So full of good intentions and supremacy
      and AGW and love for islam
      and destruction-whatever they touch.
      Probably because both were not raised in the country they pretend to represent.
      And both have some interessting backgrounds-
      Merkel her eternal Goldman Sachse adviser who calls the shots
      and Barack,who was so independent that his entire cabinet was elected by the citibank as wikileaks has proven.

  2. lance says:

    30 years of data now for my site for environment Canada…..
    temp avg has gone up .1C in 30 years…..(lets not discuss the fact that this town was 3000 people, is now 30,000 …can you say UHI)….

    this year, was the 3rd coldest….we could use a bit of GW….

    HOWEVER….Happy New Year everyone!

  3. rah says:

    It may be a clown show bit it is not even close to funny. It’s a tragedy. Germany is heading back towards National Socialism. Years ago on this blog Gator told me the Germany I had known and loved back in the 1980’s was no more. Now I totally agree with him.

    Now their new version of Hitler youth:

    Of course the above would not be considered to be covered by Merkel’s declaration that free speech must be limited because of the dangers of “hate speech”. And of course the state will determine what is “hate speech.”

    Then we have Merkel doing her damndest to make the Russian Mafia the primary supplier of NG to Germany while declaring that it will be years before Germany can afford to meet the minimum 2% of GDP for defense spending required for NATO dues.

    First the Marshall Plan
    Then the US provided the bulk for the defense of western Europe from the Soviets and the Warsaw Pact bloc. Millions upon millions of American young men and women served in Europe with Germany being the country in the vast majority were stationed.

    Then the wall came down and there was German unification and the US helped with the cost of that.

    All that time we helped Germany and other European economies by allowing trade deals beneficial to them.

    Now Trump is ending the subsidization of Germany’s and all of western Europe’s defense and economies and so now the US is deemed to be the biggest threat to Germany by Germans.

    Can you spell I-N-G-R-A-T-E

    I say lower the boom on them. Germany relies on the export of automobiles, machinery, and machine tools to keep their economy viable and with China having lost in the first round of the trade wars and cutting back considerably on the buys from Germany, makes the US by far the largest buyer of all three. End the one way tariffs.

    I can’t believe I am writing this but I am coming to believe that the US should drop their objections to the pipelines and let Germany have her Russian gas and Chinese Huawei 5G as long was we leave NATO because I don’t want us obligated to once again pay a heavy price when the Europeans once again fail catastrophically to manage their own affairs. Let them wallow in their Muslim squalor and tell them we’ll sell you stuff as long as you have the capitol to buy but otherwise KMA when they come begging again.

    • ri merrill says:

      Rah, I like your plan. Wishing for a time machine so we could go back and CANCEL the Marshall plan.

      • rah says:

        I think the Marshall plan was necessary. Our defense of Europe was necessary. But what has happened is that the Europeans have used the economic breaks we have given them over the years to fund their socialism and it is long past time for that to end. Make them stand on their own two feet or fall.

    • Ralph A Gardner says:

      Most of what we are importing from China are products made by US companies manufacturing in China. Because of foreign exchange rates products made in China cost 1/3rd as much as products made in the US.

      That saves US consumers lots of money, provides China with good products at lower prices, and makes US products manufactured in China competitive in the world’s markets.

      • rah says:

        There are other countries that can and are picking up the slack as the supply chains and manufacturing shift out of China. See graph below. And those countries do not aspire to defeating the US and do not use the profits to expand their influence all over the world.

        These other countries do not use currency manipulation as an economic weapon. They do not militarily threaten neighboring states as China does. They honor their treaties while China never ever has done so.

        Phase I was China taking a knee. Me? I want to see them on both knees and then flopping on their belly. I want their economy reduced to the point that they must spend a much greater percentage of their GDP to keep their people from revolting so that their spending on global expansion and their military is greatly reduced. Out of Panama. Out of US Ports. I want them OUT of the Americas!

        Now the EU is in for their own dose of the reality that is Donald
        Trump. They finally, after decades of nursing, are about to be weened off the US tit! Trade deals with S. Korea and Japan done! Phase 1 with China done. USMCA done. Now it’s the EU’s turn. So get ready for the wail of many babies as their lollypops are taken away. It will sound something like this:

        I believe what we are witnessing are the first stages of a global realignment of economies. A change that will in fact abate the expansion of globalism and collectivism. A change that may well doom the EU in it’s current overbearing nondemocratic form. I believe this is one of several reasons the democrats and swamp had plans to try and destroy Trump as soon as they saw he may be elected POTUS.

      • rah says:

        BTW, if Trump is successful we may eventually need to open up Ellis Island again.

      • rah says:

        One more point that needs to be made considering relations with China. China cannot feed all of it’s people without imports nor is it even close to energy independent. Instead of using their increasing wealth to change those fundamentals by peaceful means the communists chose to massively expand of their military with the obvious intent of using it to change those weaknesses.

    • Andreas says:

      To many Germans where still following the mass media which is no longer producing news, instead they send their attitude into the living rooms.

      If you have a open mid you will not be able to follow the media without getting mad.

      By the way there is no need to go back in time to cancel the Marshall plan, we have the green coloured party or melon party (outside green) if they get the leading party they will destroy everything much better than a Marshall plan would be able to do so.

      And also look into what is happening in your universities, you have definitely a comparable problem. The chance you had was to have a option to elect trump.

      In Europe Nobody has elected Ursula von der Leyen, but now the person who made the German military nearly useless is head of the European Union.
      In two of the eastern federal states the people clearly elected right wing, but what they get is another left wing government tolerated by what Canceller Merkel has made out of that what the Conservative party has been.

      I wish you good luck that Mr Trump is going to be re-elected and that he is able to set an end to the deep state.

      Greetings from Germany

      For Germany I hope that we will be able to change to a new course for the future.
      But to be clear we already had the funeral for confidence!

  4. John F. Hultquist says:

    Michel Rocard died 2 July 2016 (aged 85).
    Bless his little heart.

  5. G W Smith says:

    Chicken Little! Day after day!

  6. Robertv says:

    Just another puppet of the wizard behind the curtain. The money changers in the temple. Follow the yellow brick road.

  7. Ralph A Gardner says:

    This article says that it is impossible to predict the influence of CO2 on temperature without modeling the effect of water vapor will have on temperature and currently, it is unknown how to do that at present. The error bars that the author calculates for the IPCC models are +/- 20 degrees Celsius.

    From the article:
    “Long-wave cloud forcing (LWCF) calibration error is ±114 × larger than the annual average increase in greenhouse gas forcing (GHG) forcing. This fact alone makes any possible global effect of anthropogenic CO2 emissions invisible to present climate models.”

    “At the current level of theory an anthropogenic global warming (AGW) signal, if any, will never emerge from climate noise no matter how long the observational record because the uncertainty width will necessarily increase much faster than any projected trend in air temperature. Any impact from GHGs will always be lost within the uncertainty interval. Even advanced climate models exhibit poor energy resolution and very large projection uncertainties.”

    “The unavoidable conclusion is that a temperature signal from anthropogenic CO2 emissions (if any) cannot have been, nor presently can be, evidenced in climate observables.”

  8. Noel Herron says:

    What a wicked wicked woman .

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