Politics, not science
Malcolm Turnbull believes the Paris climate accord is not aspirational, meaning that as well as being Prime Minister of this country, he is also just another scientifically unaware politician who implicitly believes the last thing told him by the likes of climate alarmist Alan Finkel or the Climate Council’s Tim Flannery, who are part of a coterie of rent seekers around the globe who believe decarbonisation of a nation’s economy is a good thing.
Vast amounts of excellent independent science is flowing into reputable journals that show the basic claims of climate alarmism are overstated, manipulated and in many cases simply fraudulent, confirming what real scientists everywhere have known for a long time — that climate models will never match with the reality of observed data, and that the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change and the Paris accord are merely instruments of wealth transfer to developing nations.
In Turnbull’s backyard, the temperatures of today are the same as when officers of the First Fleet took measurements at Observatory Hill, and sea levels along our east coast have remained stationary since 1850. The Paris accord is based on politics, not science, and this government demeans and harms Australia by being part of it. G. M. Derrick, Sherwood, Qld