Apr
19
2011

United Nations Hoax

In 2005, the UN published the map above, claiming that by 2010 we would be inundated by 50 million “global warming refugees.” The UNEP has the original story still online from its 2005 webpage. Click here to view: http://maps.grida.no/go/graphic/fifty-million-climate-refugees-by-2010.

By golly, they took it down! And they replaced it with a snarky page teasing the visitor that their data may be incorrect. My, what mature scientists at the United Nations. Hmmm.

It seems that the United Nations have been caught red-handed in a cover up. By 60 Minutes? CBS? Chris Matthews?

No, bloggers. They have a full account of the cover up at the Asian Correspondence.

When I ventured to find the map, I found this article from an environmental group dated December 2010. They changed all the dates of the UN to 2050 (gee, that’s a much longer time from now) and has a picture of the map above. However, it crops out the right side of the map where it says the predictions are made for 2010. (Gee, how convenient, and how misleading.)

Amazing.

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  • Margaret

    Wow, that was a snarky redirect. Totally unprofessional. oh my. Being called out is vexing, isn’t it UN?

  • Robert

    Why is this a coverup? It seems like they made a mistake and are admitting it. They corrected their mistake–isn’t that good?

    Just a bit confused.

    • Anonymous

      That’s not how I take it. The new claim (eminent doom in 40 years) is no different than the original claim (eminent doom in 5 years), just extending the accountability further. Just say “sorry” and continue with the same nonsense?

      There will be no “global warming refugees,” Robert. Not in 2050 either.

      • http://twitter.com/FlonkertonChamp Victoria in ATX

        “There will be no “global warming refugees,” Robert.”

        tell that to the polar bears.

  • Robert

    Sorry to disagree, but there are many thousands displaced already by Katrina and the tsunami in Japan, and in the Pacific Isles. Another five million or so in Bangladesh (now refugees in India). More expected every year from Bangladesh.

  • Robert

    Sorry to disagree, but there are many thousands displaced already by Katrina and the tsunami in Japan, and in the Pacific Isles. Another five million or so in Bangladesh (now refugees in India). More expected every year from Bangladesh.

    • http://www.jeubfamily.com Chris Jeub

      As they say in debate rounds, “there’s no link.” Katrina was due to a hurricane and infrastructure that did not support its size. Bangladesh was from a tsunami. Neither from so-called “global warming.”