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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Merry Christmas Celebrations of Jesus 

What a Wonderful Christmas we had thanks to our kids and their families and friends.

Christmas Eve supper at Rudyard Street Villa and Christmas Day supper at Century Park Estate.

Yes, we have pictures-to-prove-it.

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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Rudyard Street Villa at Christmas 

To You and YoursThank you for another wonderful Christmas Eve dinner at your beautiful Rudyard Street Villa with all the family there.

Good meal and scintillating conversation.

Thanks, also, for generous and thoughtful gifts. We look forward to using them in 2017.

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Climate Change Deniers 

Climate Change Deniers by Bill Irvine

There are two distinct groups of humans on Earth today: those who recognize Earth's climate is a natural occurrence and those who claim the changes are caused by human activity (anthropogenic) in their course of burning fossil fuels. Those who claim the changes to Earth climate are caused by anthropogenic influences are referred to as climate-cultists and those who acknowledge the fact -- based upon scientific evidence -- that Earth's climate has always changed are referred to as climate change deniers.

These two definitions are in direct opposites to the facts.

The group claiming that Earth's climate only started to change after mankind started fueling their power requirements by burning fossil fuels are the actual deniers. This group of climate-cultis (yes, their movement is cult-like with fervent, religious undertones) only believe what former Vice President, Al Gore, and director Davis Guggenheim told them during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006. Guggenheim is the director of the documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" featuring Gore. Ten years after-the-fact, Monday, Jan. 25, 2016, came and went with little mainstream media reporting so much as a modicum of coverage regarding Gore's dire predictions not happening.

Gore's message, in a nutshell was: "The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Wake up before it's too late!"

On January 26, 2006, The Washington Post stated Gore, "believes humanity may have only 10 years left to save the planet from turning into a total frying pan". Gore won an Oscar and Nobel Prize for sounding the alarm in book and film as a "Climate Control Caped Crusader". President Obama subsequently picked up the "crisis" telling world leaders that "climate change (not Islamic terrorism or skyrocketing, unsustainable US 20 Trillion debt) is the number-one issue facing us today." At the recent Global Paris Summit he pushed this agenda with urgency. The cost of his United Nations Global Warming Treaty came in at $12.1 Trillion or $484 Billion dollars yearly according to sources. After leaving the vice-president's office with assets of $2 million, Gore now has wealth estimated at over $100 million. Gore's movie cost $1 million and brought in $50 million. He hauls in at least $100,000 in speaking fees, is tied to at least 14 green-tech firms, sits strategically on certain boards, plus benefits from Obama grants and millions in tax breaks. He's on his way to becoming what one congressional leader called, "our first carbon billionaire."

The good news is that many people are wising up! Because of longstanding behavior that is suspect to say the least, multitudes view as con artists multimillionaires like Gore, Michael Moore, the Clintons and others who prey on the gullible and get rich off causes, advance their fame and live lavish lifestyles off the backs of the unsuspecting believers.

Gore's predictions fall flat: Ten years after Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" dire predictions, here's how accurate his "science" proved to be on his way to the bank.
1.) Rising sea levels—inaccurate and misleading. Gore was even discovered purchasing a beachfront mansion. Often when the water level covers the land it is caused by subduction (the land sinks) due to the natural effects of plate tectonics, which are in a constant state of change - lands risng and lands falling (subduction).
2.) Increased tornadoes — actually, have been declining for decades.
3.) New ice age in Europe — it never happened.
4.) South Sahara Desert drying up — it never happened..
5.) Massive flooding in China and India — it never happened.
6.) Melting Arctic ice — it never happened. In fact, 2015 represents the largest refreezing in years.
7.) Polar Bear Extinction — actual numbers are increasing!
8.) Temperature increases due to CO2 — no significant rising for over 18 years. Referred to as "the pause".
9.) Katrina, a foreshadow of the future (false), during the past 10 years, America has seen not one category, F3 hurricane -- North America has seen the longest drought ever.
10.) The Earth would be in a "true planetary emergency," within 10 years unless drastic action is taken to reduce greenhouse gasses.

"Greenhouse gasses" to the cultists means CO2. Carbon dioxide is not a greenhouse gas (it does not make the planet warmer). The most influential greenhouse gas is water vapour -- over which mankind has no control -- and hence is not even mentioned. If mankind devises a way to "cut down the clouds", this may become a viable option sometime in the future. LOL

Just In From Breitbart News

2016 will go down in history as the year when the world finally saw sense. Nowhere will this be more apparent than in America’s bold and brilliant decision to elect Donald Trump who, in my view, is set fair to be one of the truly great U.S. presidents.

I realize that this isn’t obvious to some people—even those who claim to be on the conservative side of the political argument. But after a recent trip to D.C. for some private briefings, both with his transition teams and with key members of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, I came away more confident than ever that Trump has what it takes—especially when it comes to dealing with arguably the most dangerous menace of our time: the massively corrupt, overblown, expensive, misanthropic, bullying, insidious, ugly, mendacious and hideously destructive environmental industry—aka The Green Blob.

Sure there are other geopolitical threats out there—from ISIS, Iran and the crumbling EU to a muscle-flexing Russia and an increasingly arrogant China—but there’s probably none which has quite so big an impact on ordinary peoples’ daily lives, on their economic and social wellbeing, and on their children’s future as the Green Blob.

The Green Blob’s tentacles extend everywhere: into our kids’ classrooms (where they are brainwashed with environmental propaganda); into our universities (where whole departments have now been hijacked by green junk science—because hey, that’s where the money is); into the mainstream media (most of which repeats, unquestioningly, the spurious claims of impending eco-disaster put out by environmental activists and publicity-hungry university departments); into business, which now wastes billions on environmental compliance and billions more on energy costs artificially inflated by the almost entirely unnecessary government-mandated drive for renewables); into government (where few politicians, even now, have the nous to appreciate that they have been sold a pup and who still continue to inflict more “sustainable” initiatives on their hapless electorates); into the economy, where jobs have been killed and growth blighted by measures designed by eco-fascists on a self-admitted mission to destroy Western industrial civilisation; into the environment, which has been ravaged by the very things we’re told are supposed to help save it—from bat-chomping, bird-slicing eco crucifixes to those forests in the US which have been chopped down to create wood-chip biofuels to be burned at Britain’s Drax power station to the rare-earth minerals mined in appalling conditions in China to make wind turbines; into the cost of living (inflated by green taxes, regulations and tariffs), where in some cases people have been driven into fuel poverty and an early death because governments like Obama’s have caused electricity prices “necessarily” to “skyrocket” by mandating renewables over cheaper, more reliable fossil fuel.

This insanity has been allowed to prevail, largely unchecked, for over four decades. While enriching a corrupt few, it has caused misery to billions. It costs the global economy at least $1.5 trillion every year in “decarbonisation” expenditure which serves no purpose other than to give virtue-signallers a warm glow of self-righteous satisfaction.

And no major politician, anywhere in the world, has had either the courage or the conviction to deal with it.

Until now.

The Donald Trump presidency is a game changer. It’s the black swan event the world so sorely needed to avert what was threatening to become an out-of-control disaster.


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