Category Archives: Environmental battles

The modern environmental, or ‘green’, movement has shifted from overt care for the environment towards covert promotion of more sinister agendas, often linked to attempts to introduce a ‘new world order’ by organisations such as the United Nations, with overt and covert support from numerous corporations and other organisations that would profit from proposed solutions.  These sinister agendas have largely overtaken the genuine efforts to improve our planet’s environment, and fix the many environmental disasters across most of the world.

The Great Global Warming Hoax

By John Rofe, Auckland, New Zealand. Editor’s note: this post includes several submissions to NZ Ministers, shadow Ministers and major NZ media describing the current global warming hoax, together with compelling supporting evidence. This latest warning was sent just hours before … Continue reading

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Environmentalism: too many gravy trains, lies and dangerous hidden agendas; now driven by the ‘establishment’

Scroll down to read the most recent articles; links to previous articles follow. Feeding the Fat Green Pigs  Published by the Saltbush Club, www.saltbushclub.com. 29 November 2019 Climate alarmists are brazen opportunists preying on misery  By Chris Kenny, The Australian, 21 … Continue reading

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The dogma of sustainability and renewables is ruining the power system

‘Sustainability’ is a modern buzz-word, a fashion, a vital tool for preservation and all-to-often a cover for dangerous covert agendas, not the least being the danger of related policies returning electrical power delivery to third-world status. The energy hex Australia places … Continue reading

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