Lord Christopher Monckton (pictured) had an opportunity to educate representatives of governments and dictatorships at the United Nations climate change summit in Doha, Qatar, about the fact that there has been no global warming for the last 16 years. However, after pretending to be a delegate from the regime ruling Burma to get at the microphone, the prominent climate realist was escorted from the UN Conference of the Parties (COP18) by the organization’s security.
The former advisor to ex-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, however, was not deterred in his efforts to expose climate hysteria and global power grabs based on bogus UN theories. In fact, he plans to keep at it as long as the tax-funded warming alarmism continues to be used as a justification to build a planetary carbon regime, which critics say would come at the expense of liberty, prosperity, and national sovereignty while doing nothing to stop non-existent “global warming.”
As self-styled government climate dignitaries were assembled in a plenary session on December 6, Lord Monckton, who regularly slams global warming alarmists and has become a staple at the seemingly never-ending series of UN climate summits, took a seat reserved for Burmese officials. After being recognized to speak by the conference president, he took the microphone and began his brief educational seminar as confused delegates started displaying contorted faces and quietly mumbling to each other.
"In the 16 years now that we have been coming to these events, there has been no global warming at all," said Lord Monckton, referring to the most recent U.K. Met Office data showing that there has actually been no observable increase in planetary temperatures for more than a decade and a half. Like a wide array of climate scientists and experts, Lord Monckton has been trumpeting that key point for days.
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