PARIS — Climate alarmism and its war on beneficial carbon dioxide has become a dangerous new religion that threatens individual liberty worldwide, said award-winning chemistry professor István Markó at the “counter-COP21” climate summit in Paris. It must be exposed and stopped, he added.
In a video interview with The New American after his presentation at the anti-alarmism summit in Paris, Professor Markó also slammed the bogus “science” underpinning the new religion. Numerous summit attendees and experts from across France and beyond referred to the “climate religion” as “climatism.”
PARIS — After two weeks of negotiations at the United Nations COP21 global-warming summit, governments and dictatorships from around the world agreed to a massive deal to shackle the planet in the name of saving it. Among other goals, the pseudo-treaty aims to restructure the global economy, completely phase out cheap and abundant energy sources by 2050, redistribute the wealth of Western taxpayers to Third World regimes, and empower the UN to oversee a planetary “climate” regime.
Maurice Strong, the highly influential voice and force behind the global environmental agenda, passed away on November 27, just three days before the start of one of his ideological children: the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris.
EXCLUSIVE: TNA’s Alex Newman reports live from Paris, interviews leading experts who expose the threadbare “science” behind the crumbling theory of global warming.
Among the renowned scientists interviewed in Paris by The New American during the UN’s Climate Summit was Dr. Willie Soon, an astrophysicist and geoscientist at the Solar and Stellar Physics (SSP) Division of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
President Obama, Secretary of State Kerry, Governor Jerry Brown, former Governor Schwarzenegger, and more — The New American is on-site in Paris, reporting on their statements and actions at the UN’s COP21 conference.
Alaskans are soon to suffer the pain of falling oil and natural gas prices, since fossil fuel extraction has largely funded government for many years. by Bob Adelmann
A non-profit organization dedicated to exposing threats to digital liberties and preserving those liberties has accused Google of spying on students via the use of Chromebooks in schools. In violation of an agreement Google signed in January forbidding the harvesting of student data, it has done exactly that "for its own purposes," according to a complaint the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed with the FTC.