Monday, December 31, 2007

Jim Bradley, Kyoto's pipsqueak

The topic on Michael Coren’s show Dec.31, 2007 was about hysteria surrounding global warming. Guests on the show were Madhov Khendehkar, Olev Trass, Tom Harris, and Lorrie Goldstein. During the lively show, a link was mentioned between the concept of political population control and the pushing of the green/Kyoto/global warming agenda since the fall of the USSR.

I hope St. Catharines Liberal MPP Jim Bradley, who in 2002 was Ontario’s lead Kyoto cheer-leader, was watching the show. Kyoto supporter Bradley also cites population control as a favourite subject. (Add state monopoly health-care control, and you hit the Tyrant Trifecta)

Jim Bradley once dismissively referred to the types of people on today’s Coren discussion as “rogue scientists”! (Brock Press, Nov. 19, 2002, by Susan Kerwin) A smug Bradley referred to other politicians (who didn't sing from Bradley's hymn-book) derisively, for example calling Alberta’s Premier Ralph Klein a “Neanderthal”. (St. Catharines Standard, Oct.23, 2002)

But to this day, Jim Bradley, who has questionable (if any) scientific credentials himself, has not revealed what specific scientific evidence (if any) he himself relied upon to politically agitate for Kyoto’s adoption!

Why doesn’t Jim Bradley reveal what specific evidence, in existence prior to the end of 2002, convinced him to support such a flawed concept?

Will Jim Bradley, the “Pipsqueak” (as Klein shot back) ever reveal his secret?

Or was Jim just blowin’ hot-air all along?

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