“Is Global Warming a problem created by the western world in order to solve the economic problems they face?

1)It gives a reason to slow down production in developing countries. 2)It gives a reason to increase fuel prices gradually which will lead to everything costing more while people do not earn more, this deals with labour costs, as America and Britain cannot compete industrially with upcoming countries such as China and India. Mainly because of the cost of Labour. And are there any other reasons?

Asked By: - 2/5/2010
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Global warming happens because of sun spots and other natural phenomena (volcanoes etc.) and not man made emissions from industry. Don't believe Al Gore's hype and a bunch of greedy scientists looking for government grants to support themselves and their phony bologna jobs. Not to speak of corporations like General... More
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Additional Answers (10)
wow, do you really believe this? frikin conspiracy theories...jesus christ....
Answered By: gallardo - 2/5/2010
Your theory is a complete and utter fallacy, however thanks for sharing!
Answered By: Mr. Shpongadongle - 2/5/2010
It's created by Al Gore so he can make money off idiots who believe him. Don't think that's the truth? Go take a look at his massive fuel burning private jet.
Answered By: Beaker - 2/5/2010
Yup the guy from the UN who lives in china started this whole green thing and got Al Gore into it. Jesse Ventura did a show on it.
Answered By: - 2/5/2010
global warming has already been proven as a hoax,
Answered By: jjt - 2/5/2010
3) It is a problem created by the United Nations to redistribute the world's wealth from select developed nations to developing nations. That was self-evident of the proposed Copenhagen treaty and the speeches and reactions from various nations. Otherwise I would think this was a conspiracy theory.
Answered By: coldfuse - 2/5/2010
That's a thinker.... could be.
Answered By: woodley - 2/5/2010
yes, we were all given nazi gold to go along wit zombie hitlers plan, the triforce is actually hitler, stallin, and Saddam lol
Answered By: mcblarneystone - 2/5/2010
Global warming was considered a problem before there were any economic problems.
Answered By: Furo - 2/5/2010
Global Warming is a myth and something that was developed by left wing politicans and activists. If anything, it's an anti-business thing... More
Answered By: Mike D - 2/5/2010
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