Letter: Can’t do anything about climate change anyway

Dear Editor,

The “climate change” experts are at it again.

If it’s true, what can the prime minister do about it? Maybe tack on a new carbon tax that will do absolutely nothing to change the climate, but will make all of us poorer?

I hear that Australia has recently scrapped its carbon tax. I am glad that we do not have a prime minister who is blown around by every whim that is out there.

Despite the extreme cold in various parts of the world, and particularly North America, The extreme greenies continue to defy all logic and promote their agenda. What about all the volcanoes and forest fires? don’t they account for something?

It’s about time somebody told these people that their argument is illogical. The latest facts tell a different story. The earth is not heating up at all.

Of course, one can always cherry-pick facts to try to prove a point.

David J. Standcumbe, Walnut Grove

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