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Climate skeptic: ‘Big Brother watched me’

Canada. Free Speech. Hmmmm….
My position now:
The climate is changing, has always and will always and needs to be measured in millennium – not decades.
Why, how much is us and what we do about it is still up for grabs.
Industrial Wind Turbines is a complete and utter failure.
Man’s arrogance knows no bounds.

Watts Up With That?

Canada wouldn’t prosecute us over our views on climate change, would it?

By Tom Harris, writing in the Toronto Sun

“BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU.”

This slogan appeared on posters of the Party leader in the dystopian society of George Orwell’s 1984.

It was a constant reminder of omnipresent government surveillance for “thoughtcrime” — independent thinking.

In Orwell’s book, Winston Smith, a Ministry of Truth “history re-writer,” quietly rebelled against this oppression, secretly starting a diary expressing forbidden thoughts.

But government telescreens were everywhere.

Watched constantly, Smith’s every move was monitored.

In 1984, the consequences of being caught were dire; the stress on individuals enormous.

As head of the International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC), I have been feeling a bit like Smith these days.

That’s because the ICSC has been under investigation by Canada’s Competition Bureau, an independent law enforcement agency that “has a legislated mandate to ensure Canadian…

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