I did tell you so. Here, for example:
Not to mention here:
But those little bulletins are nothing compared to the work that NASA climatologist Roy Spencer has been doing. Check out his bestselling book Climate Confusion: How Global Warming Hysteria Leads to Bad Science, Pandering Politicians and Misguided Policies That Hurt the Poor.
Pressed for time? Take a look at Roy’s Broadside for Encounter Books “The Bad Science and Bad Policy of Obama’s Global Warming Agenda” — You can read it in a sitting and get an overview of the whole sorry subject.
Want the very latest? Pre-order his new book The Great Global Warming Blunder: How Mother Nature Fooled the World’s Top Climate Scientists
The implosion of the Great Global Warming Scam is front-page news everywhere except The New York Times. But, really, if you were paying attention, you always knew that climate-change hysteria was just that: hysterical. It was never about science. Nor was it (got your air-sickness bag?) about “saving the planet”? It was, on the part of sentimentalists from Al Gore down to your local “go-green” soccer mom, about moral sanctimoniousness. On the part of the politicians pushing the agenda, however, it was about exploiting that sentimentality for the very unsentimental project of enacting a massive transfer of wealth from the developed world—the parts of the world that work and produce—to the backwards part of the world—the still semi-savage redoubts that complain instead of working and that take instead of giving. That was what the circus at Copenhagen was really about. Thank God it was exposed, or at least half-exposed, in time.