It snowed in Australia the night before last,
which makes global warming a thing of the past.
White Christmas down under,
a “hide the decline” blunder.
For snowflakes don’t lie. A white flag up the mast?
Napolitano Says DHS to Begin Battling Climate Change as Homeland Security Issue.
Friday, December 17, 2010 By J. Brady Howell Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano (CNSNews.com/Penny Starr) (CNSNews.com)
– At an all-day White House conference on “environmental justice,” Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that her department is creating a new task force to battle the effects of climate change on domestic security operations.
Speaking at the first White House Forum on Environmental Justice on Thursday, Napolitano discussed the initial findings of the department’s recently created “Climate Change and Adaptation Task Force.”
Napolitano explained that the task force was charged with “identifying and assessing the impact that climate change could have on the missions and operations of the Department of Homeland Security.” According to the former Arizona governor, the task force would address specific questions, including: “How will FEMA work with state and local partners to plan for increased flooding or wildfire or hurricane activity that is more serious than we’ve seen before? What assistance can the Coast Guard bring to bear to assist remote villages in, for example, Alaska which already have been negatively affected by changes up in the Arctic?”
The findings from the Homeland Security Department (DHS) also asked: “(H)ow can we focus on how climate change is going to affect our rural citizenry including those who live along our borders both northern and southern?” …
The conference did not define “environmental justice,” and the only reference to the task force that can be found is on the DHS Web site. The June 2010 Department of Homeland Security Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan states “climate change has the potential to accelerate and intensify extreme weather events which threaten the nation’s sustainability and security.”
Homeland Security guards our peace,
But lumberjacks terrorize forests with ease.
Why in such a hurry?
I tell you, don’t worry.
With Carbon Dioxide we’ll grow some more trees.
UN climate kooks want to cripple US economy and ban H2O.
Some people will sign anything that includes phrases like, ”global effort,” “international community,” and “planetary.”
Such was the case at COP 16, this year’s United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Cancun, Mexico.
This year, CFACT students created two mock-petitions to test U.N. Delegates. The first asked participants to help destabilize the United States economy, the second to ban water. The first project, entitled “Petition to Set a Global Standard” sought to isolate and punish the United States of America for defying the international community, by refusing to bite, hook, line and sinker on the bait that is the Kyoto Protocol.
The petition went so far as to encourage the United Nations to impose tariffs and trade restrictions on the U.S. in a scheme to destabilize the nation’s economy. Specifically, the scheme seeks to lower the U.S. GDP by 6% over a ten-year period, unless the U.S. signs a U.N. treaty on global warming. This would be an extremely radical move by the United Nations. Even so, radical left-wing environmentalists from around the world scrambled eagerly to sign.
The second project was as successful as the first. It was euphemistically entitled “Petition to Ban the Use of Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO)” (translation water). It was designed to show that if official U.N. delegates could be duped by college students into banning water, that they could essentially fall for anything, including pseudo-scientific studies which claim to show that global warming is man-caused. Despite the apparently not-so-obvious reference to H2O, almost every delegate that collegian students approached signed their petition to ban that all too dangerous substance, which contributes to the greenhouse effect, is the major substance in acid rain, and is fatal if inhaled.
Perhaps together, the footage associated with these two projects will illustrate to mainstream America the radical lengths many current U.N. delegates are willing to go to carry out an agenda no more ethical, plausible or practical than the banning water.
And now for the Limerick.
Dihydrogen monoxide must now be banned
The thought of its use must forever be canned
So the delegates spoke
in Cancun, what a joke.
It wasn’t exactly what Watt once had planned.
I have been thinking about the merit of dividing California into 2 states. It really makes sense on so many fronts.
The name of the states should be California and Pacifis – after Atlantis that sank into the ocean.
Pacifis should include all territory west of San Andreas Fault, and also including the whole southern portion of the San Francisco Bay up to San Pablo. The Northern portion of the bay will remain in California.
It will then be relatively easy to put up inspection points to make sure no contraband Mc Donald’s happy meal toys get smuggled into Pacifis. The border with Mexico, that’s another story. Then as events unfurl we can watch Pacifis as it sinks.
The State California: Too big to contain.
It really should split, be divided in twain.
For west of the fault line
Decline is the byline
The rest is productive, we’ll let it remain.
You may recall that during President Obama’s vacation at Martha’s Vineyard, on August 27 2010 he took in a round of golf at the Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown, playing golf with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; Democratic lawyer, business man and éminence grise Vernon Jordan; and White House trip director (and former golf pro) Marvin Nicholson. The pool report at the time said that “We are told Bloomberg and Obama talked in the clubhouse for about 15 mins about the economy. They then went to the driving range.”
Apparently – at least from a second-hand report – the Obama-Bloomberg convo could have gone better.
In an interview with The Australian Financial Review, conservative media magnate Rupert Murdoch says ”Bloomberg said it was a pleasant day. In conversation he put a few ideas … He said it was like verbal ping pong.” Bloomberg, according to Murdoch, “came back and said ‘I never met in my life such an arrogant man’.”
“The most arrogant man I have ever met
is Obama” said Bloomberg and showed no regret.
For they chatted a while
without breaking a smile.
“T’was like the proverbial ping-pong set.”
When SEIU counts the votes in Nevada
Who then is in charge of the whole enchilada?
But Obama for sure
Makes our harbors secure,
Entrusts ILA with the merchant armada.
SEIU: Service Employees International Union.
ILA: International Longshoremen’s Association.