...Whilst the continual scientific rebuttals of the climate reports produced by the IPCC may make many people think that this charade cannot continue much longer, behind the scenes it is quite irrelevant, he writes...
Not 'quite irrelevant' I would suggest. More 'necessary, but not sufficient'.
Fundamental principles like scientific truth work slowly, and usually have a hidden rather than overt influence. They work because they're right. For instance, there is probably no real need to spend a lot of time fighting proposals to run major parts of the country on Wind Power - there is no way that this can work technically. A lot of money may be wasted and fields ruined, but it just isn't going to happen, because it can't.
Similarly, it is vital to get the science behind this climate scam understood and correct, if only so that we don't waste more time and trouble fighting proposals which can never happen....
I agree with that and I think the bigger picture works the same way. Governments take more upon themselves, but the more they take on, the worse they do it. They kill the goose that lays the golden egg. The big state with the government controlling everything can't work and has failed before.
As for the windmills, it's a case of the government spinning off into a microcosm of folly and as Lincoln said, "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.".