Sunday, 22 November 2015

COP 21: "The most important conference in the history of humanity"

The expectations of one high priest of the global warming cult are not small for the soon to start
COP 21 jamboree:

President Francois Hollande now has the opportunity to host a conference that could for the first time address the real threats to our environment and if it does so, this will be the most important conference in the history of humanity.

Because if this conference fails, the consequences will be unpleasantly profound for the future of all humanity.


Captain Paul Watson is a co-founder of the Greenpeace Foundation, the founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, and a former national director of the Sierra Club in the United States. He is in Paris for COP 21.

The captain obviously did not follow his own advice:
"We need to stop flying, stop driving cars and jetting around on marine recreational vehicles"
Paul Watson

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