Hodjanernes Blog

2 december 2012

Åbent klima brev til FN’s Generalsekretær Ban Ki-Moon fra mere end 125 videnskabsmænd

Den nuværende forskning understøtter IKKE FN’s holdninger til klima og vejr.

We the undersigned, qualified in climate-related matters, wish to state that current scientific knowledge does not substantiate your assertions.

The U.K. Met Office recently released data showing that there has been no statistically significant global warming for almost 16 years. During this period, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations rose by nearly 9% to now constitute 0.039% of the atmosphere. Global warming that has not occurred cannot have caused the extreme weather of the past few years. Whether, when and how atmospheric warming will resume is unknown. The science is unclear. Some scientists point out that near-term natural cooling, linked to variations in solar output, is also a distinct possibility.

The “even larger climate shocks” you have mentioned would be worse if the world cooled than if it warmed. Climate changes naturally all the time, sometimes dramatically. The hypothesis that our emissions of CO2 have caused, or will cause, dangerous warming is not supported by the evidence.

The incidence and severity of extreme weather has not increased. There is little evidence that dangerous weather-related events will occur more often in the future. The U.N.’s own Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says in its Special Report on Extreme Weather (2012) that there is “an absence of an attributable climate change signal” in trends in extreme weather losses to date. The funds currently dedicated to trying to stop extreme weather should therefore be diverted to strengthening our infrastructure so as to be able to withstand these inevitable, natural events, and to helping communities rebuild after natural catastrophes such as tropical storm Sandy.

There is no sound reason for the costly, restrictive public policy decisions proposed at the U.N. climate conference in Qatar. Rigorous analysis of unbiased observational data does not support the projections of future global warming predicted by computer models now proven to exaggerate warming and its effects.

The NOAA “State of the Climate in 2008” report asserted that 15 years or more without any statistically-significant warming would indicate a discrepancy between observation and prediction. Sixteen years without warming have therefore now proven that the models are wrong by their creators’ own criterion.

Based upon these considerations, we ask that you desist from exploiting the misery of the families of those who lost their lives or properties in tropical storm Sandy by making unsupportable claims that human influences caused that storm. They did not. We also ask that you acknowledge that policy actions by the U.N., or by the signatory nations to the UNFCCC, that aim to reduce CO2 emissions are unlikely to exercise any significant influence on future climate. Climate policies therefore need to focus on preparation for, and adaptation to, all dangerous climatic events however caused.

Se underskriverne her.

Tag den Lidegaard og Connie.

21 juli 2010

Knusende kritik af FN

Filed under: FN, Hodja, Internationalt — Tags: , — Hodja @ 12:40

Avtroppende sjefrevisor i FNs afdeling for intern korruption, Inga Britt Ahlenius, kommer med knusende kritikk av Ban Ki-moon i et avskjedsbrev til generalsekretæren.

Der er altså intet sket siden forgængeren Koffi Annan.

23 marts 2010

FN’s generalsekretær til Gaza: Vi står sammen med jer

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon on Sunday praised Israel for showing a “great love of humanity” in Haiti, even as he attacked its actions in Gaza, which he said caused “unacceptable suffering.”

He wrapped up his two-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories, including Gaza, with renewed calls for Israel to fully open the passages into the Strip and for Hamas to release St.-Sgt. Gilad Schalit.


He lauded the “quiet courage” and “heroism” of the people who live in Gaza.

“My message to the people of Gaza is this: The United Nations will stand with you and continue to support you so that you can overcome all this human suffering.”

Melanie Phillips: The US President is deliberately trying to turn America against Israel – and he is succeeding.

11 marts 2010

Et hollandsk firma skal granske de ‘små og ubetydelige fejl’ der findes i IPCC’s sidste rapport

Filed under: FN, Greenies, Hodja, Holland, Pampere, Politisk korrekte, Videnskab — Tags: , , , — Hodja @ 13:22

FNs generalsekretær Ban Ki-moon kunngjorde onsdag at InterAcademy Council (IAC), som består av presidentene i 15 forskningsakademier, har fått oppdraget med å granske IPCC, helt uavhengig av FN.

Det uvildige firma findes her. Og mon ikke de 15 forskningsakademier alle er tilhængere af ‘den menneske skabte globale opvarmning’. Deres opgave er IKKE at at tage stilling til om opvarmningen overhovedet eksisterer – men udelukkende IPCC’s forretningsgange. Konklusionen er givet på forhånd.

29 januar 2009

Fredsdebatt endte i skandale

Den tyrkiske statsministeren stormet ut av møtesalen etter å ha blitt nektet å fullføre et motsvar til den israelske presidenten Shimon Peres.

Hva ville du gjort hvis du hver kveld fikk ti eller hundre raketter sendt mot deg, sa Peres, rettet til de andre i panelet, blant dem FNs generalsekretær Ban Ki-moon.

Resten  af artiklen drejer sig om, hvor synd det egentlig er for Tyrkiet???

28 februar 2008

FN har til nu nægtet at diskutere selvmordsbombere

The Simon Wiesenthal Center will hold a private meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon on Tuesday to urge the international body to address suicide bombing and declare it a “crime against humanity.”

They will also call on Ban to cancel the “Durban II” conference slated for 2009, and address the “world’s amnesia” about rocket attacks on Sderot.

In a private meeting Tuesday, representatives from the Wiesenthal Center are expected to ask Ban to advocate for a special session of the General Assembly on suicide bombing and terrorism and reverse the Assembly’s longstanding refusal to raise the issue in its halls.

“The GA has had many special sessions on issues such as apartheid, drugs smuggling, disarmament, but the greatest scourge – suicide terror – is being blocked,” said Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean and founder of the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center. “We know that 57 Muslim countries don’t want a meeting on it. But if you look at the world, it’s not only global warming threatening the fabric of civilization, but suicide terrorism.”

The Wiesenthal Center will also urge the secretary-general to cancel the Durban II conference scheduled for 2009, which many Jewish organizations fear will be a recap of the first conference held in South Africa in 2001 under the auspices of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. That conference was titled “The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance,” but dealt mostly with Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians. Both Israel and the US eventually quit the conference.

“When will we see a Durban conference on the treatment of women in the Arab world, or the religious police in Saudi Arabia and Iran?” asked Hier. “To have a conference that focuses myopically on one country under the globe, that is a hate fest targeting the same people as the Holocaust, is unacceptable.”

Mere på Jerusalem Post


57 muslimske lande er ikke flertallet i FN. Hvem hjælper dem? Og kommer der noget ud af initiativet?