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Climate change is politics

So, climate change has now definitely joined with Godzilla and pasta in the ranks of “ploiticalâ€? issues,


L’Etat, c’est qui?

He confesses the purpose of the obligation to register with the Standards in Public Office Commission was to limit the expression of views and opinions in opposition (yes, in support of also, but he does not mention that) to politicians.


Cynical or Sceptical?

A politician who abuses the electorate by claiming they respond to him with denials of the possibility of human goodness, when they do nothing of the sort, being merely “Inclined to suspense of judgement, given to questioning truth of facts & soundness of inferences”, is revealing everything about himself/herself and nothing about the electorate.