China, India, Brazil Act In Concert to Derail IPCC "Hoax #3"
<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>China, India, Brazil Act In Concert to Derail IPCC "Hoax #3"</h1><p>May 2 (LPAC)--It is the rich nations--like the U.S. and Europe--that are mainly responsible for so-called global warming, charged China, India, Brazil-- three large developing nations--in a move that has blocked up the week-long session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the UN's leading authority on global warming at Bangkok, Thailand, AFP reported today. IPCC is holding this meeting to issue report #3 in a four-part series. The first two reports have already been challenged by scientists, governments, and organizations, as LPAC has been reporting in its regular coverage of the Al Gore/climate change hoax.</p><p>More than 1,500 objections have been raised by the developing nations scientists and technologists against the 24-page document submitted by the IPCC for discussion. The three nations' insistence since the talks started on April 30 that the developed world recognize their dominant role in climate change, has stolen precious time meant for debate on how best to tackle global warming, the IPCC said.</p><p>But the objections have not gone down well with the Europeans pushing the IPCC document. "This is not the point of this meeting. We are meant to be looking to the future," the European delegate who did not want to be named, told AFP. Another European delegate told Reuters that China was demanding measures that were in breach of IPCC procedures. The delegate referred to Chinese insistence on the inclusion of figures favorable to developing countries, and the omission of references made to progress on emissions reductions in the developed countries.</p><p>The real objective of the most of the developing nations, under the leadership of China, India and Brazil, to insist on these issues is to block any effort by the IPCC to hornswoggle them into a commitment of carrying out a policy which will endanger their food security and developmental plans, in general.</p></div></body>