Global Warming Theory Takes Another Hit as Snow Covers Egyptian Pyramids

The Global Warming scaremongers—who have specialized in blaming the white West for what they claim to be a heating of the earth—have been confounded once again by the recent snowfalls across the Middle East.
The sight of snow covering the Pyramids outside Cairo—the first time in living memory—has illustrated once again the hysterical and patently untrue claims made by the climate change “scientists” only ten years ago.

The “climate change” ruse has been used to extort millions from European taxpayers in special levies and taxes. This money has then been funnelled to either the Third World as “carbon offsets” or been spent on highly uneconomical “wind farms” and other esoteric “alternative” energy “sources.”

For example, in March 2000, Climate Change “scientist” Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia, said that “within a few years winter snowfall will become a very rare and exciting event.

“Children just aren't going to know what snow is,” he said in an article titled “Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past” (The Independent, Monday, 20 March 2000).

Then, the climate change fanatics claimed that the earth was heating, part of a “trend that has been increasingly visible in the past 15 years.

This claim of “continued heating” was, embarrassingly enough, dismissed in a leaked United Nations report earlier this year which revealed that the world's temperature hasn't risen for the last 15 years.

Furthermore, the UN report revealed that top climate scientists were told to “cover up” the fact that the Earth's temperature hasn't risen for the last 15 years, out of a fear that this fact would “encourage climate change deniers.”

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), set up in 1998 by the United Nations, last issued a report in 2007 in an attempt to “correct” the embarrassing claim that the Himalayas would melt by 2035, made in an earlier report from that body.