Monday, June 30, 2008

Ron Paul Podcasts/Audiobooks

I have found a collection of lectures as well as audio books by Dr. Ron Paul. They are free to download from the following link.

Dr. Ron Paul Podcasts

Quotes from the Power Elite

These are a collection of quotes from the Power Elite. Not exactly anything new to readers who frequent this site but it is a good collection for just one vid.

Investigative Journalism About the NAU/SPP

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Chuck Baldwin on Military Issues

Neo-Con Henry Kissinger Hates Soldiers

"Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy." Henry Kissinger

Woodward and Bernstein The Final Days in chapter 14

This traitor should be hung for treason. End of story!

Chuch Baldwin on Immigration Issues

Dr. Ron Paul Regarding Iran

This is Dr. Paul speaking from the floor of the house regarding Iran.

Obama's Foreign Policy Advisors

BJ Lawson For Congress

BJ Lawson is a Ron Paul endorsed candidate running for Congress from the 4th District of North Carolina. He has a Ron Paul style money bomb going on today and I would encourage everyone to donate. However if you are not in a position to donate please spread the word.

If we truly want to take back our country and restore the ideals and values of our founders we need to get as many pro constitution candidates elected as possible. I believe we are on the brink of complete disaster in our country and electing the right people will prove invaluable.

As if this wasn't important enough, his opponent David Price is a big government liberal scumbag who voted for the Patriot Act as well as HR 1955, this is our chance to replace a socialist with a institutionalist and we can't afford to pass this up.

William Lawson For Congress

Six Truths of the UN

Read this document on Scribd: Six Truths of the UN

AIPAC and the Israel Lobby (2of6)

Saturday, June 28, 2008

TIME for Socialism

Anyone who is still wondering why the so-called "mainstream media" was so hostile toward Congressman Ron Paul's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination will find an answer in the June 2 issue of Time magazine. Congressman Paul is a deeply educated student of economics, among other things, and an unabashed advocate of economic freedom and limited constitutional government; Time magazine is staffed by socialist ideologues who display little or no evidence of ever having studied economics at all.

The second paragraph of "How the Next President Should Fix the U.S. Economy," by one Justin Fox, explains the real problem as Time sees it: Americans enjoy too much economic freedom. The natural solution, therefore, is to strip them of their freedom with higher taxes, more regulations, and greater regimentation of their lives. The cause of all of today's economic problems, says Time, is of course Ronald Reagan, who supposedly cut taxes, went about "slashing regulation," and preached "the gospel that individual Americans were better suited to make economic decisions than bureaucrats in Washington were." Where on earth did Americans ever get such a crazy idea?

But there is hope, says Time. "There are signs that … America's 25-year love affair with tax cuts and deregulation" is ending. One reason for this is that the federal budget is "way out of balance." According to Time, the fact that the Bush administration has been even more spendthrift (on domestic spending as well as military) than the notorious Johnson administration, and has accumulated huge budget deficits, is evidence that Americans have too much freedom and too much money in their pockets. They need to be taxed more severely in the name of budgetary "balance." Not one word is devoted to the idea of cutting spending of any kind by a single dollar, let alone abolishing entire government bureaucracies altogether.

Then there are "soaring energy prices," caused by increased worldwide energy demand coupled with sluggish supply growth that has been blocked by environmental regulation. This would include the regulations that prohibit oil exploration in 85–90 percent of the outer-continental shelf off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, as well as in most of Alaska. Even though regulation has caused this problem, the "solution," according to Time, is more regulation of the energy industry.

A third reason for "hope" that Americans will give up their economic freedom is the housing crisis, which again was caused primarily by the Fed-generated boom-and-bust cycle, with a little help from the government's thirty-year policy of forcing banks to make bad loans to uncreditworthy borrowers under the Community Reinvestment Act. Time wants to blame it all on the free market, however, and makes no mention at all of the role of monetary policy in generating the housing-market crisis.

Health-care costs began spiraling out of control as soon as government became involved in the post–World War II era, especially with the advent of Medicare and Medicaid. Health care and health insurance are arguably the most heavily regulated industries in America; decades of cost-increasing regulations have been the main cause of the "health care crisis" that the socialist ideologues at Time are so worried about. Government control of health-care markets is the problem; therefore, the obvious "solution" is even more government control of health-care markets, says Time.

Time's Justin Fox presents a tired, old, laundry list of failed socialistic interventions. These include protectionism; more income "redistribution" (a.k.a., legal theft) via the tax system, i.e., "heavy taxes on the rich"; more pork-barrel "infrastructure" spending — and higher taxes to pay for it; an additional round of tax increases "to close the budget gap" (which of course tax increases never do); yet another round of tax increases on oil, gas, and natural gas to "steer" consumers away from these items; more tax increases still in the form of elimination of the mortgage-interest deduction, which "costs the government about $80 billion a year"; and, of course, socialized medicine, the tax increases for which would entirely swamp all of the previously mentioned tax increases. (Time promises to explain how to "make universal health care work" in a separate article. I can't wait.)

What Time's "fix" involves is essentially the Sweden-ization of America, where the average working family would be handing over 65–70 percent of its earnings to government bureaucrats, with regulation-induced price increases eating up perhaps another ten percentage points. This all needs to be done at the very beginning of the next administration, moreover, for "putting off change won't be an option much longer." It is a perfect recipe for impoverishing America.

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Ayn Rand Tribute Video

The Killing Zone (Israeli Terror Documentary)

This is a very eye opening video regarding the Israeli violence against not only Palestinian civilians but international aid workers and foreign reporters as well. It is 50 minutes long but well worth it.

Record Lightning Storm Hits California Following Legalized Gay Marriage

A Washington Post article reports “Firefighters continued to battle nearly 850 wildfires in Northern California yesterday. The blazes were sparked by what one state official called an ‘unprecedented’ lightning storm over the weekend in which more than 5,000 lightning strikes were recorded. Crews from Utah and Nevada have been called in to help fight the fires, which have blackened thousands of acres and threaten thousands of homes.”

Just how unusual is this? State records indicate the number of lightning-caused fires was 223 for the most recent year published (2004). And for 20 years of records the largest total number of lightning-caused fires for an entire year was 733. So in just one storm, a record number of fires has been set. The total number of lightning strikes for this storm “more than 5,000″ is equally impressive.

Curiously, this fantastic amount of lightning took place the week after a California court legalized Gay Marriage. California is the second state in the US (after Massachusetts) to legalize same-sex marriages. Just one week ago, a Reuters article reported “California begins marrying gay and lesbian couples on Monday afternoon in a step likely to challenge other states where laws define marriage as only between a man and a woman. A state Supreme Court decision last month overturning a ban on gay marriage has already produced one major change: marriage licenses will no longer list bride and groom but rather Party A and Party B.”

Many Americans may remember the ancient story of Sodom and Gomorrah. One Internet source notes “According to Genesis, Sodom and Gomorrah were two cities destroyed by God. For the sins of their inhabitants Sodom (and) Gomorrah… were destroyed by ‘brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven’ (Genesis 19:24-25) …In Genesis 18, God informs Abraham that he plans to destroy the city of Sodom because of its wickedness. Abraham pleads with God not to destroy Sodom, and God agrees that he would not destroy the city if there were 50 righteous people in it, then 45, then 30, then 20, or even ten righteous people. The Lord’s two angels only found one righteous person living in Sodom, Abraham’s nephew Lot. Consequently, God destroyed the city. In the Tanach version, Genesis 19:4-5, the final episode in the story of Sodom is described as the angels visit Lot to warn him to flee… As they made their escape the angels commanded that Lot and his family not look back under any circumstance. However as Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed with fire and brimstone by God, Lot’s wife looked back longingly at the city, and she was instantly transformed into a pillar of salt. In Ezekiel 16:48-50 God accuses Jerusalem of being worse than Sodom. He explains that the sin of Sodom was that ‘She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. They were haughty and did detestable things before me.’ ”

This is definitely an historic low in the history of western civilization. A major state in the US has legalized behavior, which has been viewed as an abomination for thousands of years by civilized society. I’m sure a parade of arrogant atheists, Jews and liberals will insist that it’s inconceivable that there could this fantastic lightning display and record number of fires could be a “sign from God.” To me, this sort of attitude reminds me of the arrogant and unconcerned nature of the residents of Sodom, who happily co-existed with all sorts of perversity and who repeatedly showed contempt for God and His laws.

Is Obama A Christian?

There are some out there who believe Barack Hussein Obama is a Christian. These videos I believe prove otherwise. Just to use one example in the second video he states that his mother wasn't a believer like he is yet he knows she is still in heaven. Contrast this with what the Christian bible says on the matter, John 14:6 Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." Apparently Senator Hussein Obama needs to read the bible more carefully.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Assault Weapons Ban Is Back Before The House

Our traitorous "representatives" are back at it. Working hard to take our most precious right away. The time to act is RIGHT NOW, not in 6 months when it is already passed but RIGHT NOW we have had this communist law before for 10 years and we do not need it again, there was NO decrease in crime throughout the US and in fact it had the exact opposite effect. For the love of our country please contact your representatives and tell them how you feel.

Assault Weapons Ban Reauthorization Act of 2008

I hope everyone tells this ASSHOLE Mark Kirk where he needs to stick his damn bill!

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Quote of the Day

"Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality; there is no greater nobler, more heroic form of devotion than the act of a man who assumes the responsibility of thinking" - Ayn Rand

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Ron Paul's Message For Obama

Barack Obama Confirmed as a Former Muslim

Apparently the Obamas of Kenya have been reading those scurrilous emails to which Barack likes to refer, because they have no doubt -- contrary to the claims of the Obama campaign, that the presidential candidate was raised a Moslem. They take that as a given.

As the Jerusalem Post reports, "Barack Obama's half brother Malik said Thursday that if elected his brother will be a good president for the Jewish people, despite his Muslim background. In an interview with Army Radio he expressed a special salutation from the Obamas of Kenya."

The Obama brothers' father, a senior economist for the Kenyan government who studied at Harvard University, died in car crash in 1982. He left six sons and a daughter. All of his children - except Malik -- live in Britain or the United States. Malik and Barack met in 1985 in the US.

"He was best man at my wedding and I was best man at his," said Malik in a 2004 interview with an AP reporter. Their paternal grandfather, Onyango Hussein Obama, was one of the first Muslim converts in Nyangoma-Kogelo, Malik said."

In a remarkable denial issued last November that still stands on the official campaign website, Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs issued a statement explaining that "Senator Obama has never been a Muslim, was not raised as a Muslim, and is a committed Christian."

Apparently Malik Obama, himself a Muslim, had not read the press release.

Melanie Phillips is the most recent commentator to draw attention to the massive body of evidence that leaves no doubt that Barak Hussein Obama was born a Muslim (Islam is patrilineal) and raised a Muslim (so registered in school, acknowledging attending Islamic classes, reported accompanying his step-father to the mosque, and able to recite the Koran in the original Arabic).

Reuven Koret, Aaron Klein and Daniel Pipes have previously pointed to the attempts by Obama and his campaign to conceal the candidate's Muslim background. The well documented evidence draws upon the on-the-ground interviews by researchers in Indonesia and Kenya, published quotations of Obama's childhood friends and his school records, as well as the candidate's own autobiography.

It is not clear whether Barack Obama will now disown his half-brother Malik for acknowledging that shared family background. In any case, some one should notify "Fight the Smear" tout de suite. Perhaps they can get him with the program.

Dr. Paul: Little Difference Between McCain and Obama

Rep. Ron Paul, who recently suspended his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, assured the hosts of MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday that “the fight goes on. … I’ve always campaigned for liberty.”

Paul said it’s “irrelevant” to him who wins the election in November, because “whether it’s Obama or McCain, from my point of view, there’s not a whole lot of difference.”

Paul strongly supported the recent Supreme Court decision giving habeas corpus rights to Guantanamo inmates and criticized McCain’s comments on it, saying, “If you’d call that court ruling ‘naive,’ you’d have to call the Founding Fathers naive.”

“We’re looking for trouble,” Paul continued. “Why are we going into these foreign countries arresting people? … There’s more hostility towards us, more enemies than ever before.”

“We don’t understand exactly why the hostility is directed toward us,” Paul continued. “We think it’s being directed toward us because we’re free and prosperous — and it has nothing to do with why there’s a band of criminal, crazy people who want to kill us. … They’re very, very weak, desperate people, and if we don’t understand that and we declare war against the world, all we’re going to do is create a greater threat. Al Qaeda is bigger than ever before.”

Paul then returned to the problem of what to do with the Guantanamo detainees. “The one thing you don’t do is that you assume they’re terrorists,” he stated. “They’re all suspects, and if you don’t have reason to hold them in an American prison, they shouldn’t be there.”

“Why do we have secret prisons around the world?” Paul continued. “Do you think Guantanamo is the only one? … I think it’s a terrible way for a free country and a republic to act. I think we’re violating all the principles that the Founding Fathers tried to put into our Constitution, and we’re just too careless with personal liberty.”

Paul concluded by saying that his new project is and that the rally he intends to hold at the time of the Republican National Convention is already swelling in size. “We insist we have fun, and we’re not going to try to disrupt the convention,” Paul emphasized.

This video is from MSNBC’s Morning Joe, broadcast June 18, 2008.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Ron Paul's Campaign For Liberty

Dear Supporter,

These past 17 months have been among the most exciting and eventful of my life. Together you and I delivered a message of freedom the likes of which American politics had not seen in decades. I wasn’t sure the country was ready for it. But it was a message, I discovered, that many Americans had been waiting for a long time to hear.

I have been blessed with the most informed, well read, and enthusiastic supporters of any presidential campaign. Your extraordinary efforts in organizing and fundraising grabbed the attention of millions of Americans and shocked just about everyone in politics and the media. I still cannot get over all the fantastic work you did.

Something of great significance has just occurred in our country’s history.

With the primary season now over, the presidential campaign is at an end. But the larger campaign for freedom is just getting started. Therefore, I am happy to announce the official launch of the Ron Paul Campaign for Liberty.

The work of the Campaign for Liberty will take many forms. We will educate our fellow Americans in freedom, sound money, non-interventionism, and free markets. We’ll have our own commentaries and videos on the news of the day. I’ll work with friends I respect to design materials for homeschoolers.

Politically, we’ll expand the great work of our precinct leader program. We’ll make our presence felt at every level of government, where just a few people with our level of enthusiasm can make a world of difference. We’ll keep an eye on Congress and lobby against legislation that threatens us. We’ll identify and support political candidates who champion our great ideas against the empty suits the party establishments offer the public.

We will be a permanent presence on the American political landscape. That I promise you. We’re not about to let all this good work die. To the contrary, with your help we’re going to make it grow – by leaps and bounds.

This is the most ambitious venture of my political career, and I think it can achieve great things. But I can’t do this alone. I need you to help me. I need your energy, your creativity, your ideas, and your dedication.

People frustrated with our political system often wonder what they can do. I have founded this organization to answer that question, to give people the opportunity to do something that really makes a difference in the fight for freedom. Please join me by becoming a member of the Campaign for Liberty. Our goal is 100,000 members by September. Can we reach it?

Our campaign netted 1.1 million votes in the primaries of a shrinking Republican Party. Millions more support us. I need you to help me reach them – and to keep making new converts to the cause. What a force we can be, if only we rise to the occasion.

Now what about the Republican Convention in St. Paul? Our delegates will attend, of course, and I expect our contingent to have a visible presence there. Without disruption, we will do whatever we can to influence the party and its platform, and return the GOP to its limited-government roots. This is very important.

This brings me to my second announcement. I invite you to join us at Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota on Tuesday, September 2nd, for a grand rally. We intend to draw over 11,000 people. We’ll have live music and entertainment, and special guests. I’ll address you all as well. A massive rally will generate still more interest in our ideas. And what a great time it will be.

Remember that it was Senator Robert Taft, who shared our views, who was called Mr. Republican. But we are not merely the Republican Party’s past. If the enthusiasm of young people for our campaign is any indication, we are also its future.

Right now I will need your patience and input as we develop our program and assemble just the right team of individuals. But it is my intention to launch the Campaign for Liberty in its full capacity at our rally in Minneapolis this September.

Over the past week we’ve learned that the Democratic presidential nominee, supposedly an antiwar candidate, is committed to the same rhetoric, the same propaganda, and the same aggressive intentions toward Iran as the Bush administration. As usual, the major parties refuse to offer Americans a real choice.

The Campaign for Liberty will lay the groundwork for a different America, the kind of America you and I, and millions of our fellow countrymen, want to inhabit.

“Dr. Paul cured my apathy,” a popular campaign sign read. Others said our campaign cured their cynicism. We have now reached a moment of great moral decision: will we let ourselves retreat into apathy and cynicism once again, or will we dig in for the long haul and fight all the harder? Will we retire from the scene quietly, or will we give the establishment the fight of its life?

“In the final analysis,” I wrote in my new book The Revolution: A Manifesto, “the last line of defense in support of freedom and the Constitution consists of the people themselves. If the people want to be free, if they want to lift themselves out from underneath a state apparatus that threatens their liberties, squanders their resources on needless wars, destroys the value of their dollar, and spews forth endless propaganda about how indispensable it is and how lost we would all be without it, there is no force that can stop them.”

The time has come to act on these words. May future generations look back on our work and say that these were men and women who, in a moment of great crisis, stood up to the politicians, the opinion-molders, and the establishment, and saved their country.

Join us, and be a part of it.

For liberty,

Ron Paul | Signature

Ron Paul's Campaign For Liberty

Monday, June 9, 2008

AIPAC and the Israel Lobby (1of6)

Open Carry Your Firearms

I want to encourage everyone that can to legally open carry your pistols and show support of our 2nd Amendment rights. If I could do it in my state I surely would. This website has good information on carry laws in your state as well as a forum for like minded people to get together and write there state law makers.

To Hell With John McCain

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Queer Jew Argues Bestiality is an Inalienable Right

Frank Kameny one of the sickest most vile piece of trash I believe I have ever heard of has said recently that bestiality should be legal as long as the animal is consenting and it makes the person happy than they have a Constitutionally guaranteed right.

Here is the article from World Net Daily

This is the great part of the whole issue though. In a morally relative society in which we currently live you cannot tell someone what is right and wrong because it is subjective to the person. 99% of people believe that having sex with animals is wrong but if the 1% doesn't how can you tell them it is? We are stuck on this slippery slope that ends in complete destruction, first it was allowing degenerate fags to infiltrate our society then it was allowing their feelings to trump what is right and what is wrong. Without a moral code to go buy ANY civilization is on the express lane to destruction.

This nation was founded on the principles laid out in the Bible, the best selling book of all time and for good reason. You MUST have some moral code that your society goes by and bases it's laws on. The Bible says this regarding fags.

Leviticus 18:22
Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is an abomination.

And this about bestiality

Leviticus 18:23 " 'Do not have sexual relations with an animal and defile yourself with it. A woman must not present herself to an animal to have sexual relations with it; that is a perversion.

It isn't to hard to see for yourself in the span of half a century how far we have gone without a moral compass what do you think the next 50 years will be like for your children and grand children. My question to you is how far do you let the country continue to go down this path before you take a stand?

Sen. Kirk Watson on Obama's Accomplishments

Friday, June 6, 2008

Obama Will Use Military Force on Iran

From a candidate who mentions "change" every 3rd word or so he sure came of as sounding quite Bush-like in a recent speech to AIPAC the pro Israel group who is also the 2nd largest lobbier of Congress. Hussein Obama said

"The danger from Iran is grave, it is real, and my goal will be to eliminate this threat,"

Now contrast that with George Bush speaking to the UN in 02 regarding Iraq

"The history, the logic, and the facts lead to one conclusion: Saddam Hussein's regime is a grave and gathering danger.

Doesn't sound like a very drastic change to me in fact it sounds like the same rhetoric we have heard since 2001. Hussein Obama continued his warmonger speech saying.

"I will do everything in my power to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, everything in my power to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon - everything,"

So he will do EVERYTHING in his power as President to stop Iran from getting nukes? Well last time I checked the president had the power to invade countries for indefinite periods of time as well as launch nukes himself. So the moral of the story is to not be duped by this snake in the grass. He is a far better speaker than Bush but that is about where the differences end.

Full Hussein Obama AIPAC article

Monday, June 2, 2008

The Fed Embraces Inflation

Story Here

"In a speech last week, Dallas Federal Reserve Bank head Richard Fisher covered a lot of ground, innocently noting many problems (the worst of which the Fed has created). He discussed the nation's massive, long-term unfunded Social Security and Medicare liabilities, putting the amount at roughly $99 trillion.

But what I found objectionable was his temerity in commenting: "We know from centuries of evidence in countless economies, from ancient Rome to today's Zimbabwe, that running the printing press to pay off today's bills leads to much worse problems later on. The inflation that results from the flood of money into the economy turns out to be far worse than the fiscal pain those countries hoped to avoid."

Of course, this is exactly the policy the Fed has pursued, will pursue and that Fisher himself has voted for. This is a classic example of the Fed's MO: Talk tough and run the printing press at full speed."

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Huckabee Hates Freedom

Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee always set my teeth on edge, from his hokey folksy manner to his love of big government to his shameless use of his religion for political gain. But now I understand exactly why I found the Huckster to be so offensive (and it’s hard to stand out on that score given the overall quality of presidential candidates this year). Here, hat tip to, is a quotation from Huckleberry on Huffington Post regarding libertarianism:

“The greatest threat to classic Republicanism is not liberalism; it’s this new brand of libertarianism, which is social liberalism and economic conservatism, but it’s a heartless, callous, soulless type of economic conservatism because it says ‘look, we want to cut taxes and eliminate government. If it means that elderly people don’t get their Medicare drugs, so be it. If it means little kids go without education and healthcare, so be it.’ Well, that might be a quote pure economic conservative message, but it’s not an American message.”

Huckabee makes clear what modern Republicanism is all about: paying for government, which explains his support for massive tax increases. The Huckster does make a good point when he explains:

“My experience in Arkansas was, a lot of the so-called conservatives said ‘Let’s cut the budget.’ But they wanted to add prison sentences, they wanted to eliminate parole, they wanted to have harsher sentences for various crimes. And I said ‘OK, that’s fine, but that’s going to be expensive. So which do you want?’ You can’t have both, or you do what the federal government has done, and this is where I think Republicans have been especially irresponsible. Their approach has been [to] just kick the can down the road and let your grandkids pay for it.”

Yes, Republicans such as George W. Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger keep spending, but increase the debt rather than raise taxes. That’s a good point, but Huckleberry agrees with Democrats: increase spending AND increase taxes. It’s honest, any way, but the libertarian alternative — finding market solutions, reducing government, increasing individual responsibility — is far more fair and sustainable.

So libertarians are unAmerican? Actually, the Huckster completely misstates what libertarianism is about. We don’t advocate kids going without education, but a free system — which will lead to kids getting a far better education than the one they get in the government schools Huckabee loves. We believe in freedom, not government coercion.

Czech President Klaus ready to debate Gore on Global Warming

Washington - Czech President Vaclav Klaus said Tuesday he is ready to debate Al Gore about global warming, as he presented the English version of his latest book that argues environmentalism poses a threat to basic human freedoms. "I many times tried to talk to have a public exchange of views with him, and he's not too much willing to make such a conversation," Klaus said. "So I'm ready to do it."

Klaus was speaking a the National Press Building in Washington to present his new book, Blue Planet in Green Shackles - What Is Endangered: Climate or Freedom?, before meeting with Vice President Dick Cheney Wednesday.

"My answer is it is our freedom and, I might add, and our prosperity," he said.

Gore a former US vice president who has become a leading international voice in the cause against global warming, was co-winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. Gore's effort was highlighted by his Oscar winning documentary film An Inconvienent Truth.

Klaus, an economist, said he opposed the "climate alarmism" perpetuated by environmentalism trying to impose their ideals, comparing it to the decades of communist rule he experienced growing up in Soviet-dominated Czechoslovakia.

"Like their (communist) predecessors, they will be certain that they have the right to sacrifice man and his freedom to make their idea reality," he said.

"In the past, it was in the name of the Marxists or of the proletariat - this time, in the name of the planet," he added.

Klaus said a free market should be used to address environmental concerns and said he oppposed as unrealistic regulations or greenhouse gas capping systems designed to reduce the impact of climate change.

"It could be even true that we are now at a stage where mere facts, reason and truths are powerless in the face of the global warming propaganda," he said.

Klaus alleged that the global warming was being championed by scientists and other environmentalists whose careers and funding requires selling the public on global warming.

"It is in the hands of climatologists and other related scientists who are highly motivated to look in one direction only," Klaus said.