The Drowning Island Scam


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One of the favorite scams of COP 21 climate criminals is to blame you for problems in the Maldives, which have been occurring for centuries.

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In 1934, the Maldives were a disease ridden swamp, wrecked every day at high tide.


14 Dec 1934, Page 2 – at

The islands lost 3-4 feet of elevation before 1902.


4 May 1902, Page 27 – at

In 1988, experts said the Maldives would all drown by 2018

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26 Sep 1988 – Threat to islands

Sea level in the Maldives is about the same in 2015 as it was 20 years ago.


Interactive Sea Level Time Series Wizard | CU Sea Level Research Group

Life in the Maldives is much better now, thanks to you and your evil consumerism.


HaveeruOnline – Maldives, China near pact on airport runway


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21 Responses to The Drowning Island Scam

  1. sfx2020 says:

    Good news doesn’t sell, and good news doesn’t get Governments to put out billions in aid, and good news doesn’t keep people nervous and scared, in fact, good news is only good for things like tourism, economic development and relaxing a bit.

    Scammers don’t like honesty and good news.

  2. Fred from Canuckistan . . . says:

    Still with the “Our Coral Atoll drowning, So Send Us $$$$$ Because It Is Your Fault” scam.

    Never seems to get old and still cons the Rubes.

    So much for fish pooling coral debris that made the islands in the first place and the corals that live in the ocean just below the sea level mark, whatever that may be.

  3. rah says:

    There is a different kind of island battle that should be fought.

    Betio island, Tarawa atoll. A concentrated fury that on a casualty per acre taken basis exceeds the much more known assault on Iwo Jima and Red Beach was the worst of the worst.

    There are bleached pieces of USMC Marines skeletons under that trash and garbage. You wanna fight a battle over an island, THIS is a good one worth fighting for.

    It was footage from the combat film taken by Marine war cinematographers at Tarawa that accidentally got through the censors which showed the American people for the first time since Pearl Harbor images of great numbers of dead American service men. FDR was furious when he found out but settled down when the Navy, meaning Nimitz supported by King, decided the American people needed to know just how tough and costly the march back towards Japan was going to be.

    And so the good bit of footage taken was edited and compiled into the Documentary titled ‘With the Marines at Tarawa’ which won the Academy award for best Documentary film in 1944.

  4. See this tweet today from BBC environment correspondent Matthew Price, suffering for the cause, at license-payers expense: :

    • oppti says:

      South Pacific ocean. Rise of 0,5 mm-1,7 mm/year.
      A generation will see a rise of 0,1 m while annual and daily changes are greater.

  5. Stewart Pid says:

    Tony please stop showing factual data … Martin’s mind is made up and you will only confuse him with facts.

  6. bleakhouses says:

    They spent a billion private dollars on their new airport in 2010. Its at 2 meters above sea level. Im betting that private equity is smarter than Govt cheese.

  7. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism.

  8. michaelspencer2 says:

    Greetings from Oz Steve!

    As one of my favourite Internet links to quickly debunk the nonsense about islands being inundated has been to use Google Earth as a facility where people could go and look at wherever – I defaulted the link to Kiribati, often claimed to be going under water – and they could see for themselves that nothing in particular has occurred since 1984. In my presentation I show it as the Google Earth photo with the link embedded:,-157.35992,9.5,latLng&t=1.56

    To my dismay I went to check on a location yesterday – well you can see for yourself if you click on the link.

    Is this change the result of political correctness, do you think? Is someone up in Google a climate change ‘true believer’ who could see the time-lapse facility as a threat to their belief system? Has your troll mate Martin been at work here doing a William Connolley do you think?

    There are still time-lapse examples, but appears to be no facility to do what was possible until Google changed within the last week or so.

    Perhaps you might know someone, or suggest – politely – where I should go to get the original arrangement restored.

    We have a saying, and it sounds like one emanating from the U.S.: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”

    You can see my introductory overview (, where you will find this on page 10. (Of course necessarily it features a few matters Australian, but as you might discover, it features also some things and people you just might recognise. (And kindly note the correct spelling of ‘recognise’, and earlier of ‘favourite’ 🙂 !)

    Cheers, and best wishes,

    • Gail Combs says:

      Al Gore was on the board of Google and is now a senior adviser to Google.

      I have had problems since this time last year. I can no longer link John Kehr’s website here, at Jo Nova’s or at E. M Smiths without the whole comment disappearing. I can’t even use *** in place of letters!
      His graph is discussed by E.M here:

      Leon T….y the founding leader of the Red Army. will also get a comment tossed into a black hole. So yes, there is internet censorship

      • AndyG55 says:

        Gail, just give us John Kehr’s url, but replace the www with xxx (with a note that the link is being blocked)

        we are just about bright enough to figure the rest out . 🙂

        • Gail Combs says:

          Andy he does not use w*w*w I tried my normal (dot) and it got booted. I will try something else.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Hi Michael, Don’t worry, the guys here are pretty used to Aussie spelling and even some works, (although I do try to avoid too many)


      AndyG55, Newcastle NSW

  9. Gail Combs says:

    The inconvenient skeptic is John Kehr

    • Gail Combs says:

      OK that worked by making it a sentence. Just can not link the first three words together. And yes I tried it with nothing else.

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