UN Official – Be Like Cuba, For Children’s Sake

Jose Juan Ortiz, UNICEF’s representative in Cuba, clearly knows what side his bread is buttered on. In ceremonies in Cuba yesterday to celebrate Universal Children’s Day, Mr Ortiz said: Cuba is among the countries that have best implemented the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Countries in the world should learn from Cuba on the protection …

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Climate Alarm is an International Multi-Billion Dollar Business

A clear and well-written article titled Ideology and Money Drive Global Warming Religion by physicist and engineer Andrew Kenny, in South Africa’s Business Day (which, incidentally, reports unseasonable cold weather). I don’t usually simply copy and paste whole articles, but this is such a good summary of some of the problems with global warming alarmism that it …

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High Commissioner Surprised Australians Still Thinking

Britain’s new high commissioner, Baroness Valerie Amos, has expressed surprise that Australians are still debating whether humans cause climate change and says other nations have long since ”moved on”. Not only have we stopped thinking, she says, but you should stop thinking too. Maybe political leaders in other countries believe thoughtful examination of the evidence is …

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