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01 Dec 2009 12:12:06

BNP leader to represent EU in Copenhagen



BNP leader to represent EU in Copenhagen
Nick Griffin will be one of the members of the European Parliament at the crucial climate change talks in Copenhagen next week.

The BNP leader will be one of 15 people appearing at the United Nations summit on behalf of the EU organisation.

Politicians and scientists are said to be outraged by Mr Griffin's presence on the panel after he branded those who warn of the damaging effects of climate change "cranks".

"The anti-western intellectual cranks of the left suffered a collective breakdown when communism collapsed. Climate change is their new theology," he said.

"But the heretics will have a voice in Copenhagen and the truth will out. Climate change is being used to impose an anti-human utopia as deadly as anything conceived by Stalin or Mao."

If a successful deal is not reached at the long awaited talks, scientists warn that global temperatures could exceed more than two degrees Celsius by the turn of the century, resulting in potentially disastrous consequences for the environment.

The conference is set to take place between December 7th and 18th.

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