Framing the Dialogue

Update – Gore’s Global Scheme Has A Fever

One of the high kings of the man-made global warming cabal addressed the hacked document scandal.  It should be noted that while the materials included e-mail messages, the documents also included studies and data that the cabal would not make available for scientific review.  It seems as if you had to almost pledge to be in their camp to view any data.

George Monbiot, one of the cabal’s leading propagandists discussed the documents.  As seems to always be the case, these stories break in other countries and never seem to make it to our lame stream media.  Andrew Bolt, a writer from Australia, posted what seems to be a frank admission by one of the Gore Fever Planet Cabal;

“It’s no use pretending that this isn’t a major blow. The emails extracted by a hacker from the climatic research unit at the University of East Anglia could scarcely be more damaging. I am now convinced that they are genuine, and I’m dismayed and deeply shaken by them.  Yes, the messages were obtained illegally. Yes, all of us say things in emails that would be excruciating if made public. Yes, some of the comments have been taken out of context. But there are some messages that require no spin to make them look bad. There appears to be evidence here of attempts to prevent scientific data from being released, and even to destroy material that was subject to a freedom of information request.  Worse still, some of the emails suggest efforts to prevent the publication of work by climate sceptics, or to keep it out of a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. I believe that the head of the unit, Phil Jones, should now resign. Some of the data discussed in the emails should be re-analysed.”

Let us not get our hopes up as this story will be strenuously suppressed by American media.  Hopefully the hackers, like Andrew Breitbart with ACORN, have plans to dole out the dirt over time thus forcing the media to report the story.  Glenn Beck weighed in on the story:

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