Sigh: Now A Warmist Blames The War On Terror For Climate Change

by William Teach | May 25, 2013 9:06 am

Warmists really can’t help themselves, blaming everything for “climate change” (and everything that happens on climate change). Here’s another wacko (via Climate Depot[1])

(Pakistan Today[2]…or, is that, as (NMP) Obama says “Pock-eeeeeee-stan”?) Former Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) director general (DG) Qamaruz Zaman Chaudhry on Thursday said climate change was on the rise due to war on terror.

The former DG, who also holds the position of vice president of the World Metrological Organisation (WMO), said climate change was taking place after war on terror rapidly.

He said that due to excessive usage of heavy weapons in war on terror, the climate of South Asian region is changing notably.

Well, if he means the fact that the world hasn’t warmed in a statistical significant manner, well, yeah, OK, climate change. Of course, this really goes back to the last El Nino in 1997, with a marginal 0.14F increase in global temps, but, hey, Clinton did launch cruise strikes against Sudan and Afghanistan in 1998.

I do find it interesting that he blames, essentially, the United States for fighting back, but not the Islamic jihadis.

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