Lords Inquiry in 2005 Called To Shut Down IPCC
In 2005, an
official House of Lords report initiated by Lord Lawson of Blaby, the former
Chancellor of the Exchequer under Maggie Thatcher, already laid to rest the hoax
and frauds of the "global warming" theory as told by Al Gore, Jr., and Sir
Nicholas Stern. This was all the more important because Lord Lawson had been the
Cabinet minister who issued the first funds to set up the Hadley Center
Meterological Office, from which the "peer-reviewed" evidence of the hoax is
issued. But, by the 1990s, following repeated interventions by Lord Monckton of
Brenchley—the man who Al Gore is afraid to debate—Lawson began to doubt the
"consensus," and started an inquiry.
the "no debate, no questions" policy of Al Gore, Gordon Brown, Nicholas Stern
and friends, the House of Lords inquiry in 2005 into science of global warming
and the role of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) took
statements from scientists against global warming, like Dr. Paul Reiter and
Richard Lindzen of MIT, and from Sir John Houghton.
In July of
2005, the report, called "The Economics of Climate Change" was intended to
influence the debate of the G-8 meeting in Gleneagles, Scotland. It went so far
as to call the IPCC to be shut down because it was a vehicle for a set
policy without looking at the science, didn't listen to dissenting voices, and
its process for selecting scientists for the panel was politically driven.
But, the news
was overshadowed by the July 7, 2005 subway bombings, and has been written out
of history by both the IPCC and the Stern Review—which has become the "gospel"
of Global Warming. The truth is, that Gordon Brown, Tony Blair's Chancellor of
the Exchequer, commission his chief economist, Sir Nick Stern (who was the Chief
Economist of the World Bank from 2000-2003), to counter the House of
Lords report, in August, 2005, just one month after the House of Lords'