According to Corbyn, the changes in the planet's climate and weather are dictated primarily by cyclical activity on the surface of the sun, and have nothing to do with man-made carbon emissions.
"Surely man has something to with this," said the anchor, to which Corbyn replied: "No, the only connection is that man is here at the same time as the sun and the moon are doing things."
He also said the scientists who promote the climate change narrative are only trying to make money. "They're on a gravy train for heaven's sake," he told the interviewer.
Corbyn does not believe in man-made global warming. Using his forecasting business called WeatherAction, he predicts weather events using solar-based activity.
Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson previously described Piers as someone who "puts the taxpayer-funded Met Office to shame." (Related: Globalists are pushing climate change narrative to force mass starvation and depopulate the world, the Health Ranger warns.)
Before Christmas 2021, Corbyn was arrested on suspicion of encouraging people to burn down the offices of MPs who voted for new pandemic restrictions.
The London Metropolitan Police confirmed on Twitter that "a man in his 70s" was arrested on suspicion of encouraging people to commit arson. This was after a video circulating on social media showed Corbyn lashing out at politicians who voted in favor of COVID-19 restrictions.
In February, he was arrested over the distribution of leaflets comparing the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine rollout to Auschwitz. The flyers he distributed showed a drawing of the gates of the Nazi concentration camp.
Corbyn was also fined £10,000 ($11,512.6) in August 2020 for organizing an anti-lockdown rally. The rally's stated aim was to call for the repeal of the Coronavirus Act, which was passed in March and gave the government sweeping new powers.
He was arrested at the stage set up in Trafalgar Square at the end of the event, while protesters marched off down Whitehall. Corbyn said he was only saying goodbye to people and was just looking around when the police grabbed him from behind.
"I was not expecting it at all. They frog-marched me – they didn't handcuff me – and told me they were arresting me for contravening the coronavirus regulations for organizing a gathering of more than 30 people," he said of the arrest. He was held by the police for 10 hours.
The multiple arrests did not deter Corbyn from telling the truth and exposing the climate change hoax.
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