Zuby, the famous British Rapper and Podcaster, speaking at CPAC 2022

Day Two CPAC Australia: Zuby, Alan Jones, and Climate Hysteria

Day two saw audience outrage after an Aussie conservative branch president, whose party switched to supporting Net Zero just before the election, told the audience they saw no need to change.

Zuby, the famous UK rapper and podcaster, explained how society and people have been manipulated into believing falsehoods.

Zuby presented his twenty points explaining how society had been manipulated and messed up, including our scientific institutions – you could have heard a pin drop during his presentation. l strongly recommend you read all 20 of his points.

Zuby also tweeted his disappointment the protestors didn’t show up on Sunday.

Jason Miller, founder of GETTR, talked about free speech and cancel culture.

Professor Ian Plimer gave an excellent talk about the absurdity of claiming there is anything special about today’s global temperature, and promoted his book Green Murder. I still haven’t gotten my reviewers’ copy Ian!

CPAC 2022 Australia Ian Plimer

Climate hero Senator Malcolm Roberts gave a powerful speech on how his One Nation minor party was in some cases being preferenced by mainstream Conservatives BEHIND socialist parties, and how Conservatives had to be more inclusive if they want to win back government in Australia. In Australia’s preference voting system, the position of your preference on party lists can make a big difference to how many votes you receive, and how many candidates win office.

I mentioned this because the next speech, Nick Minchin AO on a panel of mainstream Conservatives told the audience “we don’t have to change” – which presumably includes Aussie mainstream conservative commitment to Net Zero. This statement produced a storm of outrage from the audience, which I didn’t capture because I was too busy being one of the outraged audience members.

The big climate finale was CPAC Keynote Speaker Alan Jones. Alan Jones is a high profile Australian conservative media personality. His wide ranging speech made multiple references to climate change, and compared academic climate hysteria to Covid hysteria, which is now widely recognised as a complete overreaction to a disease whose severity is comparable to the flu.

There were other fascinating speeches, like four victims of Victorian Premier Dan Andrews brutal Covid lockdown, including a serving police officer who could no longer serve after she saw her colleagues accept orders to attack unarmed protestors with rubber bullets. If you want to learn more about this horrifying Aussie brush with fascism, check out their movie Battleground Melbourne. There was also a presentation by Nataliya Malnyk, who opened a few eyes on events in Ukraine, Australia’s Daisy Cousens, always a favourite, and a host of other impressive presenters.

If I missed anything I apologise.

What was my overall impression of CPAC Australia? I’m happy that there was significant coverage of climate issues, but I still believe many conservatives in Australia and elsewhere have not fully grasped how important climate hysteria is to those who would shut down our freedoms.

Every movement needs a core reason for being, a fire which inspires members to devote time and effort to their movement, and I believe that end of the world climate hysteria currently provides that motivation, to the foot soldiers of those who would shut down our freedoms. Without climate hysteria they would be politically crippled, it would take years, maybe decades, for them to regroup around a new cause.

If mainstream Australian conservatives properly understood this, they would never have empowered their opponents by embracing Net Zero just before the last Federal election – an election they convincingly lost.

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Tom Halla
October 2, 2022 6:11 pm

“Moderates” like Willard Romney get polite press coverage when out of office, and respect as good losers. I suppose that applies in most countries.

Streetcred
October 2, 2022 6:23 pm

Ever wondered why the Teals and Greens are gaining ground in Australia ? One of the reasons I see us loosing ground in the climate hysteria scam is that the hysterical mob organizes at ‘community’ level. They run ‘information’ meetings in the suburbs to convince everyday Joes that we’re doomed. Not long ago, my neighbor was telling me that she’d been to a couple of these ‘community meetings’ … quite pleased with herself she was.

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a happy little debunker
Reply to  Streetcred
October 2, 2022 7:22 pm

The Teal and Green voters think they have enough money to survive the policies they wish to implement.
Of course, in the long run they are wrong – but before they suffer the Proles will be sacrificed.

Think of it as an Aztec-style sacrifice they are willing to make to appease their gods of weather and climate.

Dennis
Reply to  Streetcred
October 2, 2022 8:36 pm

Teals, backed by Climate200 investors in renewables, masquerading as Independent candidates now MPs, the paler greens.

Michael in Dublin
Reply to  Streetcred
October 3, 2022 12:35 am

If you dare ask her a hard question expressing doubt you will be “unfriended.”

Dwight Kenney
Reply to  Michael in Dublin
October 3, 2022 2:37 am

Its worth it, believe me.

ozspeaksup
Reply to  Streetcred
October 3, 2022 3:27 am

yeah organised via antisocial media everyones got their brains scrambled by

Dave Fair
October 2, 2022 6:36 pm

As an American observer, I’m fascinated by the conservatives that aren’t and the liberals that aren’t.

Streetcred
Reply to  Dave Fair
October 2, 2022 7:00 pm

It’s all about making a buck. An old ‘conservative’ school mate of mine spruiks net zero and climate BS because he sees a profit to be made in stocks.

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Scissor
Reply to  Dave Fair
October 2, 2022 8:05 pm

What about our experts that aren’t?

Dave Fair
Reply to  Scissor
October 2, 2022 10:05 pm

What you mean “our” experts, white man?

Dwight Kenney
Reply to  Dave Fair
October 3, 2022 2:39 am

AKA colonizer.

Climate believer
Reply to  Dave Fair
October 3, 2022 12:47 am

It’s the same in the UK and Europe, with the exception of Viktor Orban whose Patriotic Conservatism has lead his party to a 4th term in office and yet another super majority in parliament.

He calls a spade a spade at least, and does what he says he will do.

Other would be “conservatives” take note, stop playing by the rules of the Left, grow some and get your sh@t together.

Graemethecat
Reply to  Climate believer
October 3, 2022 4:05 pm

Things may be changing in Italy with the accession of Giorgia Meloni.

Steve Case
October 2, 2022 6:37 pm

From Zuby’s 20 point list:

11/ People who are dismissed as ‘conspiracy theorists’ are often well researched and simply ahead of the mainstream narrative.

17/ Scientists and doctors can be bought as easily as politicians.
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#11 That would be me. Maybe not as well researched as some of the well known posters here at WUWT, but a whole lot better than most people. I wear the title of conspiracy nut, crank and crack pot proudly.

#17 Lots of doctors when the chips are down, aren’t in your corner. They side with the Pharmacy, the Hospital, their cronies, and their own agenda before considering your needs. I know this from personal experience.

Climate believer
Reply to  Steve Case
October 3, 2022 12:28 am

Yes absolutely to N° 11.

Zuby is a very articulate, rational, courageous young man. The ideological blinkers of the Left only allow them to see the colour of his skin, and that does not compute in their racist minds.

N° 4 is undeniable.

4/ Propaganda is just as effective in the modern day as it was 100 years ago. Access to limitless information has not made the average person any wiser.

186no
Reply to  Steve Case
October 3, 2022 2:05 am

I am firmly with you on #11 and #17, and equally from personal experience re: #17.

Richard (the cynical one)
October 2, 2022 6:45 pm

All it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.

AndyHce
Reply to  Richard (the cynical one)
October 2, 2022 7:00 pm

or to have too few of the guns

Dave Fair
Reply to  AndyHce
October 2, 2022 10:08 pm

Never, ever give up your guns. Governments hate citizens with guns. In the U.S. concealed carry permit holders commit less crime than policemen. And firearms prevent 1 to 2 million crimes per year in the U.S.

Dwight Kenney
Reply to  Dave Fair
October 3, 2022 2:50 am

And never give up your physical currency. Last July in Canada the online credit card and debit system went down for one day nation wide. For one day all of Canada had to use cash, if you had no cash on you then you were stuck at home doing nothing.

It was a small taste of the digital world they want us to live in.

Never become a cashless society. No digital currency, ever.

ozspeaksup
Reply to  Dwight Kenney
October 3, 2022 3:30 am

quite funny as EU WEF is pushing the ECBC cashless which will be dismal when powers out
as will all the bitcoins etc as well

H.R.
October 2, 2022 7:11 pm

Zuby also tweeted his disappointment the protestors didn’t show up on Sunday.




Well of course not. The rent-a-mob demanded double-time-and-a-half to protest on a Sunday.

Inflation is hitting everything. Rent-a-mobs aren’t cheap, especially on Sundays and Holidays.

Steve G
Reply to  H.R.
October 3, 2022 2:53 am

Reminds me of the American comedy satire F-Troop. Where one could hire the fictional American indian tribe the Hekawis to perform various native American cultural “performances” – “You want war paint with that?,war paint extra cost”

DonM
Reply to  Steve G
October 3, 2022 9:09 am

A long time ago we had three survey crews … the one known as F-Troop didn’t get the reference.

Richard Page
Reply to  Steve G
October 3, 2022 10:24 am

I think the ‘hekawi’ joke is a lot older than F-Troop, also known as the african pygmy ‘ellawi’ tribe!

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a happy little debunker
October 2, 2022 7:16 pm

At the last Federal election the 4 poorest electorates in Australia all swung towards the conservatives.
There is a vast untapped potential of blue collar workers & their families that have been completely abandoned by the progressive left.

It remains to be seen if conservatives can reposition themselves to take advantage of that abandonment, without throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

Duker
Reply to  a happy little debunker
October 2, 2022 8:38 pm

Thats right. The LNP is trending ‘poor’ as the better off urban well educated trend towards green and labour.
the trouble with the LNP repositioning themselves its they have a lot of ground to make up against labour in the poor stakes and lose their urban wealthy seats as well.
Tasmania outside Hobart is the place the Libs had the best swing but its only 4 seats which they held anyway- plus Tasmania electorates are boosted by the constitution giving them 5 seats minimum when they might only be 3 from their actual population.

aussiecol
Reply to  Duker
October 3, 2022 2:05 pm

I don’t see it that way.
Hobart has a high proportion of public servants. So of course the majority will either vote Labor or Green so as to either protect their job and create others via their union mates or chase green ideology that suits their echo chamber at the expense of private enterprise in regional areas.

Dennis
Reply to  a happy little debunker
October 2, 2022 8:49 pm

I wonder if most voters in Australia realise that the original Liberal Party of Australia was established by Robert Menzies, a centre to centre-right party and joined in coalition with the then Country Party of people with similar conservative views but not ultra-conservative or liberal in the international political way.

Around 1990 a wealthy lawyer and businessman joined the Liberal Party after first seeking to join the Labor Party of Australia, range of factions from centre-left to far-left and aligned with the Union Movement. His personal mission was to destroy the Liberals. His objective was to create an alliance from the left side of the political spectrum that would be the most influential party and aiming to be the only governing party because others would not have the numbers.

His Liberal Party followers are unofficially referred to as the LINO left (Liberals In Name Only) and their headquarters is the New South Wales Executive of the Liberal Party which they effectively control and have taken pre-selection of candidates away from electorate branch members, the traditional democratic selection process, to appoint like minded LINO candidates. A Liberal Conference of members voted for a return to electorate branch pre-selection but LINO influence has prevailed. Before the May 2022 Federal election the Prime Minister from New South Wales led the Federal Executive to overrule the State Executive because with the election date not many months away few candidates had been selected.

As far as I can discover the party MPs who are not LINO left are now slightly out numbered.

The wealthy lawyer has been reported for referring to himself and family as globalists and he once held a senior managerial role with Goldman Sachs. He has an apartment in Manhattan, New York and apparently spends a lot of time there.

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ozspeaksup
Reply to  Dennis
October 3, 2022 3:33 am

ah thatd be Turncoat i reckon
still mouthing off and trying to wreck libs n nats

Duker
Reply to  Dennis
October 3, 2022 1:30 pm

The federal government of Morrison used its power in NSW stste executive of the libs to prevent the branches selecting their own candidates in certain seats
Warringah was a prime example with Catherine Deves not selected by the locals as required by party rules. Ms Deves lost in the general election
Federal Liberals select nine election candidates in NSW seats despite legal challenge’
Fed Libs in this context means Morrisons henchmen who took control the NSW branch just days before the appointments

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aussiecol
Reply to  Duker
October 3, 2022 2:09 pm

 Ms Deves lost in the general election because of a massive negative pile on by left wing media. In particular ABC.

Andy Espersen
October 2, 2022 11:02 pm

I am convinced that very, very soon most conservatives will fully grasp “how important climate hysteria is to those who would shut down our freedoms”. And may I include Covid hysteria, please.

You can fool some people all of the time – you can fool all people some of the time – but you cannot fool all people all of the time.

IanE
Reply to  Andy Espersen
October 3, 2022 1:33 am

However, the majority can be fooled very easily, more or less indefinitely.

October 3, 2022 12:25 am

Zuby’s list is indigenous and hits the bulleye. For me, #15 made a personal hit. As to the climate religion, I’ve got a short text published here. H/T to Rupert Darwall editing my text. Agrees with Zuby, I think?

https://www.realclearenergy.org/articles/2022/08/29/a_guide_to_the_catechism_of_the_climate_emergency_850655.html

In Finnish a longer version: (Google might help…)
https://anttilehtniemi.nettisivu.org/2021/08/09/ilmastohatatila-hyvaosaisen-eliitin-uusi-uskonto/

Antti T Lehtniemi, FINLAND

MarkW
Reply to  Antti Lehtniemi
October 3, 2022 9:51 am

Zuby’s list is indigenous

He’s a native?

high treason
October 3, 2022 9:10 pm

There is no way the spontaneous booing from the 900 strong audience will be reported in the fake news. The leftists don’t want the cat out of the bag that the liberals, who are one of the sponsors of CPAC have been revealed as frauds and traitors. Have a good think about that-sponsors of a true conservative event are fake conservatives, as voted by the crowd.
In some ways it was a compliment-it proved that people were listening and understanding what was said. I too was a spontaneous booer! I can confirm that Eric was part of the disgruntled crowd-he was sitting right next to me!
It must be noted that our dear friend, Senator Roberts, had exposed some very raw, festoring sores in the liberal party-terminally festering sores that are almost at the point of no return.
Malcolm Roberts received a well deserved standing ovation for exposing the wrongdoings of the liberals. Malcolm’s style was nowhere near that of Daisy Cousens, but she did not receive a standing ovation. Sometimes, content trumps style. Malcolm’s words resonated with the frustrations of the 900 strong conservative audience-he spoke that forbidden truth most of us carry in our hearts.

observa
October 4, 2022 1:49 am

I still believe many conservatives in Australia and elsewhere have not fully grasped how important climate hysteria is to those who would shut down our freedoms.

The penny should be dropping-
UN claims it ‘owns the science’ on climate change (msn.com)

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