London, England.  First Octobuurrrrr snow since 1922.  Ironic that the House of Commons is is debating Global Warming.


Snow fell as the House of Commons debated Global Warming yesterday – the first October fall in the metropolis since 1922. The Mother of Parliaments was discussing the Mother of All Bills for the last time, in a marathon six hour session.

Ah, Government.  The fix for everything right?

The bill creates an enormous bureaucratic apparatus for monitoring and reporting, which was expanded at the last minute. Amendments by the Government threw emissions from shipping and aviation into the monitoring program, and also included a revision of the Companies Act (c. 46) “requiring the directors’ report of a company to contain such information as may be specified in the regulations about emissions of greenhouse gases from activities for which the company is responsible” by 2012.

Recently the American media has begun to notice the odd incongruity of saturation media coverage here which insists that global warming is both man-made and urgent, and a British public which increasingly doubts either to be true. 60 per cent of the British population now doubt the influence of humans on climate change, and more people than not think Global Warming won’t be as bad “as people say”.

Ahhh yes.  60 percent of the british population have started to sway from the Church of Global Warming’s hold.  We here have said that inorder to complete their grapplehold on increasing governmental regulation and power in the name of Climate Change, they would have to do it before people wake up.  We’ll see if people can finish waking up in time.