A salute to a valiant Man

Professor Bob Carter is dead. Forget the imbecilic paeans of praise for Bowie, place to one side the nicer memories of Terry Wogan; we have lost a giant, who spoke common sense to his bitter critics, and we should remember him with honour, and with gratitude, for he was singularly unique in his education, in his principled stance against the ‘97%’ collective of imbeciles and fellow-travellers who sought to smear and besmirch his very name, all in their cause of ‘Climate Change’

He was a firm critic, and an extremely successful one, of all things pertaining to ‘Climate Change’, Global Warming’; and all the other lies associated with the farrago of bullshit designed to strip us of our industrial heritage, and send us back towards mediaeaval times in the vainglorious pursuit of depleting our output of Carbon Dioxide (CO2).

He subsidised the High Court Case against the thin tissue of lies masquerading under the name ‘An Inconvenient truth’, otherwise known as Al Gore’s pitch for immortality and lots of cash, and forced the UK government to send 77 pages of ‘corrective guidance’ to every school in the UK.

He is, and will be, sadly missed

Please listen to a piano clip entitled ‘Bob Carter’s Peal’ played by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley;

5 comments for “A salute to a valiant Man

  1. February 3, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    Sounds a hero. Have tweeted.

  2. john in cheshire
    February 3, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Mike, hear hear! And yet Professor Carter won’t get a tenth of the coverage that he warrants, thanks to the unspeakably awful people who decided to be his enemies. Long after the lunatic claque have sunk into oblivion I believe Professor Carter’s achievements will live on and, once sanity is restored to our country, they will be given the recognition they deserve.

  3. Mudplugger
    February 3, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    A Galileo of our time – we need more of them.

  4. mike fowle
    February 3, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    Yes, a voice of sanity, sadly missed. Incidentally, Terry was quietly derisory about climate change etc. If he hadn’t been so popular I am sure the BBC would have got rid of him.

  5. meltemian
    February 3, 2016 at 6:10 pm

    He was a great and honourable man, following what he knew to be the truth in spite of the despicable treatment he received.
    We need more men of his calibre.

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