BBC pushes sinking Maldives narrative again

Once again the BBC’s sense of balance sees them interview someone with a vested financial interest in the climate change narrative as it relates to rising sea levels.

This time it is the turn of the President of the Maldives, who continually holds out the begging bowl claiming the west is causing sea levels to rise and therefore needs to pour money into his island state’s economy. And why shouldn’t he? After all this whole issue is about redistributing money from us to them, not about anything to do with the environment.

Not A Sheep dropped the BBC a line with some pertinent observations that could form the basis of a question or two. What odds will you offer that these observations were singularly ignored because they are inconvenient to the global warming narrative? The BBC’s bias on this subject is unacceptable.

5 Responses to “BBC pushes sinking Maldives narrative again”

  1. 1 The Maldives are not sinking! 05/12/2010 at 2:21 pm

    Autonomous Mind,

    You are absolutely right about the Maldives and you may find the attached evidence of interest.

    “Maldives wants ten new airports for resort islands”

    Peer reviewed scientific paper By Nils Axel Morner

    “New perspectives for the future of the Maldives
    Nils-Axel Mo¨rnera,*, Michael Tooleyb, Go¨ran Possnertc”

    Click to access MornerEtAl2004.pdf

    “Why the Maldives aren’t sinking :Nils-Axel Morner”

    Video of Nil’s Axel Morner on the Maldives islands, providing evidence of why they are not sinking.

    Morner’s very informative scientific presentation, at the Heartland conference, on sea level increases and the difference between observed data and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) model’s predictions.

    Evidence presented to Parliament, by Nils Axel Morner, showing that the Maldives are not sinking

    Spectator article on New Scientist magazines discovery that the pacific islands are growing hence backing up Morners theory.

    “Pacific islands defy apocalyptic climate change scenarios”

    You won’t hear any of this evidence on the BBC.

  2. 2 Arkwright 05/12/2010 at 3:02 pm

    Biased Bullshit Corporation strikes again

  3. 3 Tufty 05/12/2010 at 4:11 pm

    Weird isn’t it? The Maldives sea-level fraud is well established and could be a big story if the BBC made some effort to be impartial and informative. We live in interesting times.

  4. 4 jameshigham 05/12/2010 at 6:30 pm

    There is so much misinformation swirling around, isn’t there?

  5. 5 NotaSheep 05/12/2010 at 8:49 pm

    If I get a reply I will let you know…

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