Posted by: Grant | November 14, 2011

Methinks They Doth Protest Too Much

With opologies to Shakesphere.
Or – they don’t like it up ’em – with opologies to “Dads Army”
The WWF have got VERY upset by “The Delinquent Teenager who was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert”.
Is it disturbing their cash flow?

Peter Foster: WWF’s tainted ‘witnesses’
Peter Foster Nov 9, 2011 – 8:35 PM ET | Last Updated: Nov 9, 2011 8:52 PM ET
The fund’s climate witness program is just another fundraising scheme, as indicated by that “Donate!” button

 ” …So the first scientist concludes that this witness’s testimony is essentially worthless, as must be all such “stories” about local weather when it comes to assessing the science of global climate. The climate witness program is at heart just another fundraising scheme, as indicated by that “Donate!” button in the top right-hand corner.

As Ms. Laframboise points out of the IPCC authors involved with the WWF: “These people chose to link their scientific reputations to an activist organization that believes ‘It is nearly impossible to overstate the threat of climate change.’ They chose to muddy the water by aligning themselves with lobbyists at the same time that they were examining some of the planet’s most important questions.”

It’s one of the many critical issues raised by her book that, strangely, don’t seem to be getting the media attention they deserve.”

(“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” comes from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act III, scene II. The phrase has come to mean that one can “insist so passionately about something not being true that people suspect the opposite of what one is saying.”)

The IPCC’s Fake Review Editor
November 9, 2011
Donna Laframboise

” …You can see that document here (backup link here). Since one of the chapter’s leaders has made it clear that Jallow played no role whatsoever how could Jallow possibly have known whether the rules were followed in Chapter 3? And yet he was prepared to affix his signature to a statement declaring this to be the case.

So who is Jallow? Employed by the Department of Water Resources for the government of The Gambia, he was one of the IPCC’s most senior personnel. Indeed, he was a vice-chair of Working Group 1.

If you go to this page on the IPCC’s website and click on the blue Previous Bureau button halfway down on the right you’ll find Jallow’s name along with that of the other 29 people who belonged to the IPCC’s ruling elite.

Where is Jallow now? He’s an employee of the United Nations Environmental Programme – in charge of a project that is being funded by the Danish Foreign Affairs ministry.”


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