Monday, 21 December 2009

The 'Real' Deal from Copenhagen


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The above is the result of this. Aren't today's world leaders wondrous? Not even the Saviour of the World was capable of getting one country to sign up.

7 comments:

Oldrightie said...

Subrosa, I have found the dismal, though expensive jamboree, a joy to follow. Climategate was their elephant in the room. It was placed there by every blogger who has highlighted this global scam. This ridiculous carbon trading rubbish is now the preferred method of laundering ill gotten gains. Gains forced by gangsters and so called leaders. From the EU via Chicago, Bogota via Switzerland and Harare to The UN. We now have a world controlled by several "families" many of them in Government and/or banks. Trouble is, "families" fall out.
It really does seem like a Global "Godfather" remake, 2000.

subrosa said...

Yes indeed OR. The above was tweeted by a top US journalist from the summit. She was spitting tacks that there had been thousands of these forms issued and of course none completed.

I too was delighted because it showed the lack of skill or judgement of most of today's world leaders.

tris said...

I wonder if anyone has calculated the carbon footprint of this summit: all the private jets then limos to take "important" people to their hotels, all the banquets.... etc, etc.

Why can't it all be done online?

subrosa said...

Oh tris, nobody will do that! Goodness me, they'd be caught red-handed in their own lies.

banned said...

Tris
Copenhagen carbon footprint revealed

SR, soz for link-whoring.

The reason that it is not done online is because the folks back home would not be able to see how interesting and important each of the 15,000 delegates were.

subrosa said...

Hey banned, I don't mind links at all. They usually expand the debate.

tris said...

Thanks banned...I should have seen that. Your on my blog list. Just what I wanted to know. Cheers!

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