Written by Clifford Rutley
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Sunday, 7 September 2008

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One Of The Nutty 'Man Made' Global Warming Believers.

As the planet starts to cool naturally, now that there hasn't been any sunspot activity in a while, millions around the world are now realising how they've been scammed, as snow falls in Kenya, blizzards hit China, Sidney sees its coldest winter in 60 years and Britain is hit with the dullest summer since 1998.

Government funded scientists are clambering around to find ways to now blame the new cooling trend on man, so that governments around the western world can continue to justify their ever increasing taxes and keep frightening people into giving up their freedoms.

'How dare the sun come out of its most active period in nearly half a millennia,' Al Gore cried as he stamped his spoilt brat feet on the ground again like a child. 'Doesn't it know that we were planning to use the global warming, that it was really responsible for, as a means to tax and control every living thing on the planet and make it all the property of a select few globalists such as myself.

'Now, I'm going to have to learn how to use Photoshop and PowerPoint all over again, so I can now make CO2 out to be the cause of global cooling and the possible coming mini ice age. I just hope that this period of low sun activity doesn't last as long as the last one did about 400 years ago, when the Themes froze over and millions starved as crops failed.

'But whatever! I'm sure that egomaniacal spin doctors like me will come good out of it - one way or the other!'

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