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Sky News host Peta Credlin says the “one-sided climate protests” which predominantly target Australia and “Trump’s America”, show how the “climate cult is less about reducing emissions than affirming belief”. Credlin

Sky News host Peta Credlin says the “one-sided climate protests” which predominantly target Australia and “Trump’s America”, show how the “climate cult is less about reducing emissions than affirming belief”. Both Australia and the US have reduced the carbon emissions by “13 per cent since 2005,” a stark contrast to Canada led by the “ultra-woke” Justin Trudeau who have cut emissions by only two per cent in the same time.

Although Australia is “routinely slammed” for reportedly “not doing enough”, it is “one of very few countries” who have reliably met its emissions targets, Ms Credlin said. The “climate zealots”, said the Sky News host, believe meeting emissions reductions targets - “as Australia is doing" - is not “nearly as important” as proclaiming that “climate change is the world’s gravest problem”.


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I'm glad you have such an esteemed climate scientist at hand to give such important insights.

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Odd. I thought affirming Rupert's far right views is the only reason Sky News exists. Sometimes Peta, you just need to hold a mirror and take a good look auspol


So true credlin

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