Arkiv for oktober 2011

Video: Roger Scruton i Norge

Document.no har uploadet denne video den 27. oktober 2011. Hans Rustad introducerer:

Roger Scruton | Documents Venner 24.5.2011

Roger Scruton – Documents Venner – Oslo Militære Samfund – 24.5.2011

Hide the Decline – mere klima

Mere om løgnen om global opvarmning. Der er klare tegn på, at varmisterne er ved at tabe krigen om pressen. Det, der hedder mainstream media. Alarmisterne bliver konstant pillet ned:

Scientist who said climate change sceptics had been proved wrong accused of hiding truth by colleague

By David Rose on 30th October 2011

It was hailed as the scientific study that ended the global warming debate once and for all – the research that, in the words of its director, ‘proved you should not be a sceptic, at least not any longer’.

Professor Richard Muller, of Berkeley University in California, and his colleagues from the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperatures project team (BEST) claimed to have shown that the planet has warmed by almost a degree  centigrade since 1950 and is warming continually.

Published last week ahead of a major United Nations climate summit in Durban, South Africa, next month, their work was cited around the world as irrefutable evidence that only the most stringent measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions can save civilisation as we know it.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail. Vi snupper  lige denne gode gamle kending:

Censoring The Decrease in Global Temperatures

Opdatering 2. november 2011 – The Daily Express har historien om Muller & Curry i dag:

Andre kilder: Forbes,

Interview: Norman Berdichevsky og Jamie Glazov

Berdichevsky er en fin fyr:

The Left Is Seldom Right

by Jamie Glazov on Oct 31st, 2011

Norman BerdichevskyFrontpage Interview’s guest today is Norman Berdichevsky, a contributing editor for New English Review and the author of more than 200 articles and book reviews that have appeared in a variety of American, British, Danish, Israeli and Spanish periodicals. He is the author of the new book, The Left is Seldom Right.

FP: Norman Berdichevsky, welcome to Frontpage Interview.

Berdichevsky: Thank you so much. It is both an honor and a pleasure to reach FrontPage readers.

FP: Tell us what inspired you to write this book.

Berdichevsky: I wrote this book and chose its title to primarily reach those, who like myself, grew up in an ultra liberal environment, assuming that the “left is always right”. As I grew older, I discovered that many of my assumptions that I received as “conventional wisdom” in the area of politics from my family, neighbors, and friends in the Bronx proved to be faulty, misleading or wrong. This discovery was further illuminated by my experiences in doing research at graduate school and many years residence abroad in Israel, Denmark, Spain and the U.K.

Here HER i FrontPageMagazine.

Sappho om Douglas Murray, svenskere, humanitærpopulister og mere

Først et portræt af Douglas Murray:

Logo Sappho AntiqueDouglas Murray – multikulturalismens vedholdende kritiker

30. oktober 2011 – artikel af Katrine Winkel Holm

Douglas Murray er en af Englands mest højprofilerede og elegante islamdebattører. Mød ham på Trykkefrihedsselskabets konference på lørdag.

Mere HER i Sappho. Sennels er rigtig god her:

Hvem skal betale regningen?

31. oktober 2011 – klumme af Nicolai Sennels

Regeringen vil øge indvandringen. Nicolai Sennels gennemgår hvad det kommer til at koste og spørger, hvem der skal betale.

Mere HER i Sappho. Straffes frafald fra islam af gammelsvenskerne? Ja da! Det er det, importen af fremmede går ud på:

Den svenske undtagelse

27. oktober 2011 – artikel af Sapphos redaktion

Er det udtryk for svensk dobbeltmoral, når man vil sende en frafalden muslim tilbage til Pakistan? Aktuel sag tyder på, at det er bedst at være muslim, hvis man vil søge asyl i Sverige.

Mere HER i Sappho.

Melanie Phillips om angreb på Israel og BBCs løgne

BBC gik over stregen – igen:

The BBC airbrushes out Palestinian terror attacks – again

By Melanie Phillips – 30 October 2011

Melanie Phillips Blog The Daily Mail

During the past 24 hours, Israel has been under sustained rocket attack from Gaza. Some 35 rockets and mortar shells were fired deep into the country, killing one man in Ashkelon and injuring four other people elsewhere. In Ashdod, vehicles were set on fire and a school – fortunately empty – was hit. The rocket barrage followed an IDF strike on Gaza which killed five members of Islamic Jihad – and which itself was targeted at the IJ terrorist cell responsible for launching a Grad rocket that exploded in Ashdod last Wednesday.

This, however, is how BBC News has reported the past day’s events on its website:

‘Militants killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza

Mere HER i The Daily Mail. Kan også læses her hos Ruthfully Yours.

Journalism, propaganda and moral confusion (part two)

By Melanie Phillips – 30 October 2011

As I noted earlier today in an update on my previous post, the BBC News website finally reported yesterday’s attacks on Israel at 04:10 this morning. Anyone going to the BBC website a little later, however, will have seen this item, last updated at 08:38 GMT:

‘Ten killed in Israel-Gaza attacks

An Israeli man has been killed by a rocket attack from Gaza after nine Palestinian militants were killed by Israeli air strikes on the south of the Gaza Strip.’

This was of course quite wrong. The Israeli was murdered in Ashkelon by rocket fire from Gaza following a sequence of events which started last Wednesday with a Grad rocket attack from Gaza on Ashdod. That was followed by an Israeli strike on Gaza targeted at the Islamic Jihad cell which Israel said had carried out Wednesday’s attack and which, it said, was preparing to fire more long-range rockets. That strike in turn was used as the excuse for the barrage of rockets from Gaza yesterday which killed the Israeli in Ashkelon.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail.

Andre kilder: Los Angeles Times, Honest Reporting, Israel Hayom, The Jerusalem Post, BBC, BBC,

Video: Don Feder & Jeff Katz om jødehad i Wall Street

Jødehad hos Occupy Wall Street:

Don Feder & Jeff Katz on Occupy Wall Street Anti-Semitism – October 28, 2011

The Jeff Katz Show – Interview from Radio Talk 1200 Boston on October 28, 2011. Don Feder talks to Jeff about the main stream media’s refusal to report the anti-semitism of some of the Occupy protestors.

Og en artikel – det er ikke kun i USA, at den er gal:

At last a voice is raised against the bigotry of ‘Occupy’

By Melanie Phillips – 28 October 2011

John Mann, the Labour MP for Bassetlaw, is also the very splendid (and non-Jewish) chairman of the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Committee against Antisemitism. He has now put down this Early Day Motion in the House of Commons (hat tip: The Commentator):

‘That this House notes the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ and ‘Occupy London Stock Exchange’ protest movements; believes the right to protest is an essential tenet of democracy; further notes concerns have been raised in America about the anti-Semitic nature of some of those protests; further believes signs referring to ‘Hitler’s Bankers’ and ‘Google Jewish Billionaires’ are offensive and have no place at such protests; further believes the verbal or physical abuse of Jews by demonstrators is unacceptable; and calls on leaders of the Occupy demonstrations worldwide to condemn anti-Semitism and act to stamp it out whenever it occurs.’

Mere HER i The Daily Mail.

Andre kilder: The Commentator, NewsBusters, Pajamas MediaPajamas Media, Phyllis Chesler, FrontPageMagazine,

Overbefolkning og klimaproblemer? Ikke det, der ligner…

Alarmisterne hyler ganske vist op, men vi kan sagtens få mad, vand, varme og elektricitet allesammen. Men tag lige at spise nogle flere kartofler til hverdag:

Global Warming – RIP

By Victor Davis Hanson – October 27, 2011

Not long ago, candidate Obama promised to cool the planet and lower the rising seas. Indeed, he campaigned on passing “cap-and-trade” legislation, a radical, costly effort to reduce America’s traditional carbon energy use.

The theory was that new taxes and greater regulations would make Americans pay more for fossil-fuel energy — a good thing if it reduced our burning of coal, oil and gas. Obama was not shy in admitting that under his green plans, electricity prices would “necessarily skyrocket.” His energy secretary, Steven Chu, at one point had even said, “Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe” — that is, about $8-$10 per gallon. Fairly or not, the warming movement seemed to cast a tiny elite imposing costs on a poorer and supposedly less informed middle class.

Mere HER i RealClearPolitics. Kan også læses her hos Orange County Register. The Patriot Post her.

The World at 7 Billion

This month, the 7 billionth person will be born on a planet already strapped for resources. To mark this extraordinary milestone, TIME explores the most pressing population issues of the day, from the quest for sustainable energy sources to a look at what our biggest cities could look like in the decades to come

By Bryan Walsh – Oct. 26, 2011

Time Magazine LogoMaybe it’s just the fact that the official day has been set for Oct. 31 — Halloween — but there’s a distinct whiff of panic and fear around the expected birth of the 7 billionth person on the planet. Here’s Roger Martin, chair of the NGO Population Matters, writing in the Guardian recently:

The 7 Billion Day is a sobering reminder of our planet’s predicament. We are increasing by 10,000 an hour. The median UN forecast is 9.3 billion by 2050, but the range varies by 2.5 billion — the total world population in 1950 — depending on how we work it out.

Mere HER i Time Magazine.

It’s a Small World

The United Nations is celebrating a planet with seven billion people. But some projections now warn that the global population may actually start shrinking.

By Colum Lynch | October 26, 2011

Sometime around Halloween, the United Nations will celebrate the birth of the world’s 7th billion baby. As U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told world leaders in New York last month, the 7th billion baby will most likely be poor and will inhabit an earth buffeted by the ravages of global warming, desertification, and dwindling food shortages.

Sounds swell. Given this kind of apocalyptic rhetoric, it’s no surprise that much of the media’s focus has been on the strain of an over-populated planet, one where more than 79 million people are added each year to the human family, overwhelming already overcrowded cities, fighting it out over a dwindling pool of natural resources.

But what if the world’s population actually shrank?

Mere HER i Foreign Policy.

It’s Libel – Except When Mike Does It

Paul Driessen – October 26, 2011

Lewis Carroll died too soon. Just imagine the fun he’d have with the cliquish clan of climate catastrophe researchers who seek to control science, debate and public policy on global warming and energy – and then get outraged when someone challenges their findings, methodologies or integrity.

On October 1, Dr. Michael Mann of Pennsylvania State University and “hockey stick” fame published an angry riposte in Colorado’s obscure Vail Daily Voices (circulation 15,000), expressing his umbrage over an article that had appeared in the free coffee shop newspaper a day earlier.

Mere HER i Family Security Matters.

Global Warming: An Obituary

Alan Caruba – October 26, 2011

I used to write obituaries when I was a young journalist and I daresay they are one of the best read sections of any newspaper. We have arrived at a time when the obituaries for global warming (now falsely called climate change) are increasing.

The October 25th edition of The Wall Street Journal sports an editorial titled “The Post-Global Warming World” commenting on the fact that the 17th annual United Nations-sponsored climate change conference in November is likely to be an even greater flop than recent ones. Few, if any, nations will sign on to the huge hoax of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) to save the world from burning to a crisp.

Mere HER hos Family Security Matters.

Global Warming Is Real

James Delingpole – October 27, 2011

We know it’s getting warmer. That’s not the point

“The planet has been warming,” says a new study of temperature records, conducted by Berkeley professor Richard Muller. I wonder what he’ll be telling us next: that night follows day? That water is wet? That great white sharks have nasty pointy teeth? That sheep go “baaaa”?

No, the only surprising part of the results of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature Project is the good professor’s chutzpah in trying to present them as new or surprising – let alone any kind of blow to the people he calls “skeptics” (or, when speaking to his friends at the Guardian, “deniers”).

Mere HER hos Family Security Matters.

Andre kilder: Foreign Policy,


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