"It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." Richard P. Feynman

Monday, November 28, 2011

Canadians Not Happy!

The Canadians have been copping heaps from the enviro-nut lobby over their oil-sands industry and the Toronto Sun strikes back over the Climate Cranks Convention always held in sunny climes during the Northern winter .Durban is  this year's destination for the 10,000 or so bureaucratic fat-cats, grandstanding pollies , climate parasites of every description  and the usual Hollywood hypocrites with their private jets!
There are more freeloaders in Durban at the moment than fleas on a mangy dog and taxpayers around the world are paying for it.
This is the annual United Nations get-together to talk about reducing our carbon footprint, which means using less fuel.

Of course the best way to do that is for thousands of very important bureaucrats, diplomats, Greenpeace fundraisers and politicians to jet from all over the world to South Africa. The only place further away by jet would be Antarctica, but that would miss the point — to give their global warmists a free sun vacation in winter.

They went to Cancun last year. They’ve been to exotic retreats like Bali and Marrakech. They get to see their friends every year at another five-star resort, all paid for by you and me.

This annual five-star party has been going on for nearly 20 years.

It got started in Rio in 1992. It moved to Kyoto, Japan in 1997.

If those cities sound familiar it’s because global warming treaties are named after these meetings. Between gourmet meals and tax-paid massages, these bureaucrats and diplomats cook up new taxes and treaties. Like the Kyoto Protocol, which would have forced you and me to pay more for fuel.

If these global warm-mongers wanted to reduce fuel use, couldn’t they meet by Skype, or by conference call, instead of jetting to Durban or Cancun?

Just kidding. Then they couldn’t go to the beach.

1 comment:

  1. If EVER there was a 1%, this conference is it.