Introduction by Australia’s highest rating radio presenter, 2GB’s Alan Jones AO. President Klaus’ 2011 tour was sponsored by the Institute of Public Affairs and this presentation was filmed at the Sofitel Hotel, Sydney on 26 July 2011. Vaclav Klaus was elected President of the Czech Republic in 2003. His scepticism about anthropogenic climate change was the defining policy position of his presidency. He has published over 20 books on general social, political and economics subjects, including “Blue Planet in Green Shakles”. He holds a number of international awards and honorary doctorates from universities all over the world. President Klaus is a vocal critic of the notion that any global warming is anthropogenic: “Global warming is a false myth and every serious person and scientist says so”. In 2007, President Klaus called ambitious environmentalism ‘the biggest threat to freedom, democracy, the market economy and prosperity’.At the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference, President Klaus again voiced his disapproval, calling the gathering ‘propogandistic’ and ‘undignified’. Production by: No Carbon Tax Team www.nocarbontax.com.au Copyright © 2011 No Carbon Tax TV
Because ‘mainstream’ media can’t tolerate alternative views. Of course communism is a different system but there are similarities, as Vaclav Klaus said. You can’t hear other views, people are scared to speak out against left wingers, and the government says they’ll rule the rain and wind!
Ty you for publishing this.
Gillard get out of our lives !!!
Why haven’t we seen more of President Klaus in the mainstream Australian media?
glad to hear this speech..
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