Morano on UN Climate summit in Warsaw: 'It's all about redistributing money, they want that money and they want a climate slush fund'
'Warmist Porf. Kevin Anderson followed me out of my UN press conference all upset. he has cut back on showering to help lower his global warming footprint and he believes in planned recessions to fight global warming. And if the EU goes forward and Pres. Obama goes forward -- we have essentially voted for 'planned recessions' with these planned energy economics.'
Morano: 'The organization [NAS] is virtually 100% dependent on government funding. So when they do a study like this – and they've done other studies in the past – you know the outcome of these studies before they do them.The actual funding quote from new study is: 'The sudden changes in the climate is full of uncertainties. The world can prepare by better monitoring,' Morano offers. 'And it goes on [to say that] because of budget cuts and aging satellites, we have fewer measurements than we did a few years ago.'
'When the NAS is advocating for a carbon tax, it's not too surprising that all [their] reports are going to fall in line.'
'Carbon based energy is the moral choice. It is the most pro-human choice you can make. Carbon based economics have been one of the greatest liberators of mankind in the history of our planet. Life was nasty brutish and short....Carbon based energy allowed people to leave the dark ages and move into the modern age. Be proud of coal use, be proud of oil.'
'The greatest threat to your freedom since Germany and [The Soviet Union] are now long gone --is the agenda of the United Nations.'
Anderson: 'Continuing with economic growth over the coming two decades is incompatible with meeting our international obligations on climate change' - Put simply, for the wealthier nations, 'the necessary levels of 2°C mitigation and short-to-medium term economic growth are incompatible'
'Morano had sharp words today for Philippines lead negotiator Yeb Sano, who has pledged not to eat until the conference yields a "meaningful agreement" that might shield other countries from natural disasters like Typhoon Haiyan. 'There's a level of deep exploitation going on, and the U.N. is allowing this and media is feeding this, as if a U.N. treaty is going to prevent future super typhoons from hitting," Morano said to an unappreciative audience...Morano, a former aide to Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), compared the belief that policy can change the weather to'medieval witchcraft.' 'This is supposed to be the modern age,' he said.