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Breaking: Julia Gillard repeals Carbon Tax March 31, 2012

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Julia Gillard repeals Carbon Tax

Australia: April 1, 2012

Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard has announced she will be repealing Australia’s $23 per tonne Carbon Tax, which was due to be implemented on 1 July 2012.

She said it was embarrassing trying to defend her climate change advisors whose predictions kept failing. “It’s one thing when experts make predictions and they are slightly wrong,” she said “but when the complete opposite happens, then there is something drastically wrong.  It’s clear to me now that the sun drives climate change. The Carbon Tax will therefore not be implemented on 1 July.”

She was referring to the numerous predictions made of permanent drought in Australia due to man made global warming. Australia has since experienced record breaking flooding. Also 2011 was Australia’s coldest year in a decade, defying an established trend to higher temperatures.

“All funds to man-made climate change research will be stopped with immediate effect” she said “instead, the millions of dollars will be put into cancer research. With this massive increase in funding to cancer research, we expect to find a cure for cancer within the next 5 years.”

1st April 2012 (April Fools)

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Al Gore explains why he snubbed Earth Hour April 1, 2009

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Al Gore explains why he snubbed Earth Hour

April 1st, 2009

Al Gore has finally come out to explain why his house was lit like a Christmas tree during Earth Hour on Saturday night.

He explained that he started feeling guilty at the plight of those starving to death in Africa, particularly those in Chad where the government has banned the use of charcoal to “prevent climate change”.

He said he has realised the impact his global warming alarmism has had on those in developing nations. He said he feels guilty and ashamed that he has raked in hundreds of millions of dollars whilst the poorest in the world are suffering due to the lack of basic electricity. He said the fact that the world was no warmer today than it was in 1998 and that apocalyptic climate disasters haven’t materialised, have made him look like a fool.

He said that he snubbed Earth Hour to draw attention to those in the world who do not even have electricity and that he has promised to start building coal fired plants in Africa to enable the locals access to what we in the developed world have taken for granted.