Saturday, 19 February 2011


Hello again folks! I received an interesting and invitation from the Reverend Philip Foster MA this morning w.r.t. a day long conference that is due to be held on Saturday 19th March 2011 in St. Ives; Cambridgeshire; England. The conference is entitled: "CLIMATE CHANGE? Who Is Paying? And For What?"

Speakers include Philip Powell [author of that informative  and well-written book: "While The Earth Endures"]; Roger Helmer [Conservative MEP]; Professor Stephen Bush [UKIP Advisor on Energy policy] and David Bellamy [well-known media personality; botanist; environmentalist and Global Warming skeptic] amongst many others. Here is the text of the letter that accompanied the above leaflet:

"The importance of Climate Change as an issue - with its economic, political and ethical ramifications - cannot be overstressed. The debate over the reality of human induced global warming is steeped in emotion, disinformation and hysteria. Wrong policies are having catastrophic consequences for the poorest people, both in the UK and globally. But what are the real causes [and effects] of climate change? What do scientists really know? And what is it costing? As 'Climate Week' begins, this Conference is a landmark event in the UK. The speakers are experts in their field with international reputations. It aims to open up a debate which has been suppressed by political fears of radical minority power bases. Not to continue the debate is incompatible with proper scientific process and, incidentally, a denial of democracy. This Conference is not to be missed. Come for the full day or as much as time permits."
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There are many folks within the UKIP ranks who rightly question the hype and propaganda of the [human-caused] Global Warming lobby. This conference has a balanced guest list and will be very interesting. Real Bereans [Acts 17:11] are truly needed; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel; DO NOT BE DECEIVED and watch that periphery!

God bless you and God bless Israel ... KJS ... 19-Feb-2011

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