Global Warming Fraudsters Bilked EU & US for £800,000 Annually for Last 20 Years

This weekend top global warming expert Professor Phil Jones the former director of the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) admitted that global warming was a fraud.

* Data for vital ‘hockey stick graph’ has gone missing
* There has been no global warming since 1995
* Warming periods have happened before – but NOT due to man-made changes

Jones admitted this weekend that there has been no significant global warming in the last 15 years.

But, that didn’t stop these fraudsters from bilking the EU and US for £800,000 ($1,253,624.84) annually for the last 20 years.

The members of the CRU were not the only ones bilking the system. Al Gore saw his net worth grow from $2 million in 2000 to over $100 million in 2008.

EDP24 reported:

Over the last 20-year period, CRU’s budget has been an average of £800,000 per annum which comes from various sources, mainly research grants but also from the European Union and from the US Department of Energy, which has helped fund Prof Jones’ work.

Isn’t it about time for a full scale investigation of this massive green fraud?

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  • Charlie Gibson

    Excellent! Drive a stake through the heart of this socialist vampire! Mock the he!! out of them!

  • Auntie Em

    Get out the tar and feathers. If anyone deserves it, Al Gore does.

  • funnominal

    The fact that these people knowingly lied, cheated and stole our money for their fake research projects is appaling.
    All legal mechanisms to ‘claw-back’ the funds ought to be implemented. Names ought to be revealed, Universities ought to be liened upon and hearings ought to be held.

  • Militant Conservative

    Can anyone out there say RICO?
    Use the legal system to drown them in year of litigation.

  • czekmark

    Well global alarmists, it’s payback time.

  • BurmaShave

    The real crime here with the global warmer “scientists” is that they were conspirators to get the governments of the world and the UN to take control of everybody’s life and tax and bilk everybody in the world with a fraud. So far as I am concerned each and everyone of them should be imprisoned for life and denied all publishing rights.

  • John Steele

    And that’s just the CRU fraudsters; there are a hundred more our there sucking down public money to foment their religion.

  • jonyjoe101

    though is a drop in bucket, this should be the first “budget cut” we need to do to balance the budget.

    Fat slob “Al Gore” looks like he eats pretty good, he won’t miss the “bones” that won’t be deposited into his bank account.

    Has anyone notice all the politicians (current and ex) live in mansions? You never see a poor politician.

  • John Steele

    “Militant ConservativeNo Gravatar
    February 14th, 2010 | 4:33 pm | #4

    Can anyone out there say RICO?
    Use the legal system to drown them in year of litigation.

    Problem is that it would take the government to bring charges and they are equally complicit in the crime. They want control of everyone’s life and these “academic” a**hats were more than willing to provide the method.

    Tar and Feathers seems appropriate.

  • Herman Husband

    Yeah, but , if the MSM doesn’t report this…it’s not news.

    The progressives in the media will go on as though this never happened.

  • avery

    Jesse Jackson own a Manson also all his kids went to pravite school.He has never done a day work in his life.

  • kansas

    Hey, not so fast. Obama wants mo money for “research”.

  • Larry Walker

    I say, hang them!

  • pinklady

    Where are the lawyers to start a class-action suit against these thieves???

  • Major Kong

    Facts never get in the way of the liberal agenda. With no public support the man-child will simply revert to form and start cramming stuff down our throats again.

  • Betsy Ross

    1. We want our money back.

    2. Abolish the EPA.!

  • Franklin Pilgrim

    Sounds like a False Claims Act violation. Any one who knowingly makes a false statement to the U.S. Government for the purpose of getting a fraudulent claim paid is liable for $5K per violation (each invoice) plus 3 times the actual damage. 31 USC 3729.

  • Lee Peters

    Latest New York Times corrections page:

  • CassieP

    If Michael Mann published the article with the “hockey stickey,” he’s the one who is responsible for maintaining a copy of the original data.

  • gus

    I’m sorry, but the SCIENCE is SETTLED. The MSM has moved on to bigger stories in Wasilla Alaska at the SHARPIE store.