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Argument: Kyoto would only benefit the global warming establishment

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Nigel Lawson, Prospect Magazine. November 2005. - "Not only is the Kyoto approach to global warming wrong-headed, the climate change establishment's suppression of dissent and criticism is little short of a scandal. The IPCC should be shut down… In Europe, where climate change absolutism is at its strongest, the quasi-religion of greenery in general and the climate change issue in particular have filled the vacuum of organized religion, with reasoned questioning of its mantras regarded as a form of blasphemy."[1]

Professor Kirill Kondratyev, Russian Academy of Sciences - "The only people who would be hurt by abandoning the Kyoto Protocol would be several thousand people who make a living attending conferences on global warming."[2]

Kary Mullis, Winner of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - "Global warmers predict that global warming is coming, and our emissions are to blame. They do that to keep us worried about our role in the whole thing. If we aren't worried and guilty, we might not pay their salaries. It's that simple."[3]

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