Mosal from the Mount

March 3rd, 2010 at 9:08 pm by David Farrar

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22 Responses to “Mosal from the Mount”

  1. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    Good to see Gore ridiculed. It should go further though. If we had a real media, this phony and fraud and cronyist, who has made millions from his scam, and endlessly fed his lies to our children, would be cooling his heels in a jail cell somewhere.

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  2. Rich Prick (1,729 comments) says:

    Kind of sums it up really, and with a quirky celestial alignment, “Bishop” Tamaki is having trouble with his religion too.

    God™ works in mysterious ways, be it with the climate “science” disciples or over matters “financial”.

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  3. Guy Fawkes (702 comments) says:

    At least the water will ‘cool his heels’ and save him from the heat of the earth.

    The millions of centigrade that is the heat of the Gore. Sorry, I meant core.

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  4. Kris K (3,570 comments) says:

    I presume from the picture that the ‘Prophet’ is parting the Red Sea to make good his, and all his AGW disciples, escape from the ‘evil’ Pharoah and Egyptian army (read that ‘deniers’) who are hot on his heals and baying for blood.

    Is that a smile, or a grimace, on his dial?

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  5. Hugh Manatee (108 comments) says:

    So … we are agreed then?

    Moses was a fraud?

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  6. jackp (668 comments) says:

    So, why doesn’t Nick Smith who vehemently did not support the ETS while in opposition and now vehemently supports it while in office? Do you think it is the same reason Gore got into it?$$$$$$$.

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  7. Hugh Manatee (108 comments) says:

    $$$$$$$

    Yes.

    Ours.

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  8. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    I see John Key has annouced in his dictatorial manner that AGW is real and we should all just stfu now while he pisses away our money of changing the weather.

    Watch as a demonstrate that I was not actually all that hard on Helen Clark because I’m going to hammer Key.

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  9. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    NICK SMITH HAS TO RESIGN.

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  10. eszett (2,432 comments) says:

    It’s funny to see how you manage to post one pro-AGW and one anti-AGW one the same day. One could say you are hedging your bets. P

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  11. Manolo (14,084 comments) says:

    If Al Gore is a false AGW Pope then Nick Smith ought to be the lowly priest of AGW, who in far-flung NZ managed to convince his aloof boss, empty-suit Key, to pass the ETS, an ass of a law.

    The results of such legislation will be damaging to NZ, will increase taxes and cost of living, and will reduce our international competitiveness, so how come these two “leaders” cannot see the damage it will cause? I wonder, what’s in it for them.

    Where is Key’s fabled leadership(of which he’s shown bugger all lately)? Why does he he allow to be misled by the incompetent Nick Smith? There must be huge money at stake for the people concerned, no doubt.

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  12. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    Manoloa, you’re assuming Key is being led by Smith. I’d say Smith is being directed by Key. Either way its a collosal step backward and Key is just giving us more of Clark.

    He should be aware that we didn’t elect him, we fired her and the only reason he looks good in the polls is the total abxscence of an alternative.

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  13. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    ” the only reason he looks good in the polls is the total abxscence of an alternative. ”

    Key owes his position to the media, who like him because as a leftist pretending to be a rightist. He’s willing to smile engagingly and be part of their scam.

    He knows that as long as he walks the fine line of pretending to be different but in fact only bringing more of the same, he will be supported by the media. If he dares to waver, they will crucify him as they crucified Don Brash.

    Key is a political novice and a puppet. Ideologically inarticulate, bereft of real ideas, and easily manipulated by his media masters who pull the strings. He just does not have what it takes to pull NZ out of the socialist mire, ie the ability to confront the socialist media. He needs to take a few lessons from Sarah Palin.

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  14. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    Apparently hes failed to fool some of us Red. Specifically the people who he works for.

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  15. Kris K (3,570 comments) says:

    Hugh Manatee 7:55 am,

    So … we are agreed then?

    Moses was a fraud?

    Only if he worshipped at the golden calf of AGW – as does Gore.

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  16. Kris K (3,570 comments) says:

    Manolo 8:49 am,

    I wonder, what’s in it for them [Key, Smith]?

    … a position at the UN?

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  17. bruceh (102 comments) says:

    PM’s Chief Science Advisor Prof Peter Gluckman appears to be getting off lightly. It was his job to summarize the science based views to the PM.

    I think he got carried with the ‘consensus’ in supporting action to mitigate AWG climate change, in which case he could be feeling professionally embarrassed. Or that he accepted the veracity of IPCC conclusions and as such should now be looking at a revised position.

    A revised opinion from Gluckman would be a way for PM to sideline Nick Smith and indefinitely defer ETS

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  18. side show bob (3,660 comments) says:

    This has the stench of the diseased one and her crocked imbeciles in the UN. The UN is really pushing hard to get ETS’s in place, they smell money and power, commie bastards. She must have Shonkey firmly by the short and curlys, what other reason is there for this fucking madness.

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  19. Offshore_Kiwi (501 comments) says:

    Key is looking at AGW and, more particularly, ETS in exactly the same way as Malcolm Turnbull in Australia (thank goodness the Libs gave him the arse). An ETS creates a new market in which they and their banker mates can trade. The only people who get rich from ETS are the bankers. It’s like the share market or the FX market, but without the risk. Like a banker’s wet dream.

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  20. Manolo (14,084 comments) says:

    “..what other reason is there for this fucking madness.”

    We might need to ask DPF the same bloody question. He’s well connected and have friends in high places. :-)

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  21. jackp (668 comments) says:

    John Key likes to look at himself as your average bloke. He is turning into another Helen Clark.. He said most would support mmp, hike in gst. I think the opposite is true. It is like the anti smacking referendum. He said it was too confusing yet the majority of kiwis took the trouble to vote and “screamed” to have the law changed. He ignored us. Now with the latest on the IPCC it looks like that hockey puck graph is falling apart because of the fudging of the facts. Offshore kiwi said it perfectly…. now the banks are going to have wetdreams about the money they will make in trading. Isn’t John Key a trader??? Isn’t it obvious?? Of course if your Maori, well then, you have every reason to believe the IPCC $$$$$$$$$$ Everyone involved is getting wetdreams except us who are paying for it!!! I can see Winston Peters getting wetdreams because John Key has turned out to be a poor leader and a good target.

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  22. Luc Hansen (4,573 comments) says:

    Hey jackp, the IPCC, fulltime staff of 10, does not pay for anything it incorporates into its reports. There are no IPCC $$$$$$$$$$

    And sadly for you, the hockey stick is developing an ever longer blade! And not a tree ring in sight!

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