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The Distortion of the Malaria Issue by the United Nations and Al Gore
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This video clip from the documentary video ”The Great Global Warming Swindle” explains that claims made by organizations such as the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) about the spread of insect-borne diseases such as Malaria due to the effects of global warming are false and have been fabricated for political purposes.

Professor Paul Reiter of the Pasteur Institute is recognized as one of the world's leading experts on Malaria and other insect-borne diseases. He is a member of the World Health Organization Expert Advisory Committee, is chairman of the American Committe of Eptimology of the American Society for Tropical Medicine, and lead author on the health section of the U.S. National Assessment of Potential Consequences of Climate Variability.

Paul Reiter: "Mosquitoes are not specifically tropical, most people will realize that in temperate regions there are Mosquitoes. In fact, Mosquitoes are extremely abundant in the Arctic. The most devastating epidemic of Malaria was in the Soviet Union in the 1920's, there were something like 13 million cases a year, and something like 600,000 deaths, a tremendous catastrophe that reached up to the Arctic circle. Arcangle had about 30,000 cases and about 10,000 deaths, so it's not a tropical disease, yet these people in the global warming fraternity invent the idea that Malaria will move northwards."

Official reports put out by the IPCC are often very alarming, as Paul Reiter explains: "I was horrified to read the second and the third assessment reports because there was so much misinformation, without any kind of recourse or virtually without mention of the scientific literature, the truly scientific literature, the literature by specialists in those fields."

In a letter to the Wall Street Journal, Professor Frederick Seitz, former President of America's National Academy of Sciences, revealed that IPCC officials had censored the comments of scientists. He said that ".. this report is not what it appears to be— it is not the version that was approved by the contributing scientists listed on the title page." At least 15 key sections of the science chapter had not been included, these included statements like: "None of the studies cited above has shown clear evidence that we can attribute the observed [climate] changes to the specific cause of increases in greenhouse gases," and "No study to date has positively attributed all or part of the climate change observed to date to anthropogenic manmade causes." He then concluded "I have never witnessed a more disturbing corruption of the peer-review process than the events that led to this IPCC report."

Paul Reiter: "When I resigned from the IPCC, I thought that was the end of it. But when I saw the final draft, my name was still there, so I asked for it to be removed. Well, they told me that I had contributed, so my name would remain there. So I told them no, I had not contributed, because you haven't listened to anything I have said. So in the end it was quite a battle, so finally I threatened legal action against them so they removed my name, and I think this happens a great deal. Those people who are specialists but don't agree with the polemic, and resign, and there have been a number that I know of, they are simply put on the author list and become part of this 2,500 of the world's top scientists."

Paul Reiter also explains how the issue of Malaria in the rift valley of Nairobi, Africa has been distorted by politicians such as Al Gore who cliam that Malaria is new to that region. In fact Malaria had always been present in epidemic levels in those areas.

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