Germans Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Döhler, a natural scientist and environmentalist, and Josef Kowatsch, a nature conservationist, have published an essay at EIKE alleging “scientific corruption and waste of taxes” Germany in the corrupt business model that is “climate science.”
What follows is a shortened summary of their essay:
The business model “global warming” is mainly corrupt and is run by paid scientists and organizations and is headed by a super rich group of billionaires. Their aim is not to protect the climate, but to generate funds for themselves and their dubious machinations.
Their goal is to introduce a CO2-emission tax, like the sin-emission model in the Middle Ages, in which all the states, the politicians and corrupt scientific institutions make money. Their approach is fear and panic mongering by claiming that the end of the world is coming and that it is due to man burning fossil fuel.
This business model also involves the media who employ trained fear reporters who are referred to as “experts”. Their mission is to work for the profitable business model of global warming and climate death. They are experts of fear-mongering and the propagation of the CO2-climate lie.
These alarmists are rewarded for their fear exaggerations and brazen lies – designed by advertising strategists at PIK Potsdam – with goodwill, continued employment and career advancement. Normal taxpayers pay for everything out of a bad conscience and with the belief it will prevent the alleged climatic world end.
The poor of the world will get nothing of it, however, because the money flows exclusively into the pockets of the followers of this modern indulgence trade. Really respectable experts are marginalized and disparaged, as for example the Nobel prize winner Professor Clauser (here). These distinguished experts never get mentioned at all in the German media.
It is time to finally put an end to this hoax, especially in Germany. We need an uprising of the decent against this fraudulent business model of alleged climate rescue. Nature conservation and environmental protection must finally be put back at the center of political action.