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Hot Air in Bali

, posted: 18-Dec-2007 12:20

Another pointless talkfest, paid for mostly by taxpayers. And what for? A total sham.

Even the people attending don't really believe it...

The new Australian prime minister got a dutiful round of applause from the zombies when he announced that his first official act had been to ratify the Kyoto Protocol. He didn’t tell them that back home he’d also let it be known that Australia had not the slightest intention of complying with the protocol. But then, practically no one else is complying with it either.

For me, it was this laughable disconnection between rhetoric and reality that was the most striking feature of the conference.

Very true in NZ too.

That's a small extract from a wonderful (and hilarious) inside story about what really went on at the Bali IPCC gravy train, as written by Christopher (or Viscount) Monckton. Highly recommended reading.


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David White
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Goon fan, .NET developer, contrarian seeker of truth