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CZECH PRESIDENT: CLIMATE CHANGE A COSTLY, UNDEMOCRATIC PUBLIC POLICY MISTAKE

Posted 22 October 2010

"The current debate is a public policy debate with enormous implications.[3] It is no longer about climate. It is about the government, the politicians, their scribes and the lobbyists who want to get more decision making and power for themselves. It seems to me that the widespread acceptance of the global warming dogma has become one of the main, most costly and most undemocratic public policy mistakes in generations. The previous one was communism. "  President Vaclav Klaus, addressing Global Warming Policy Foundation in UK.
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