Ignorance of history seems to be a common thread of all radical movements. This writer apparently believes that Africa didn’t used to have droughts, and that Asia didn’t used to have floods.
Bracing for tough climate talks
With the climate situation seemingly deteriorating, the talks resuming in Bonn today after the Durban meeting last December will be closely monitored by the world public. The world’s future may depend on it.
THE global climate change negotiations resume in Bonn today, for the first time since the turbulent annual conference of the parties in Durban last December.
The Bonn talks will be closely watched by the world public, since the climate situation seems to be deteriorating.
There have been heavy rainfall causing serious floods, for example, in Pakistan and Thailand, frequent damaging storms in the Philippines and Central and South America, and drought in parts of Africa.
A review of history tells us that we have always had an abundance of bad weather and stupid people on this planet.
Probably written by someone just out of college where he didn’t do enough work on his history or his grammar:
havehas been heavy rainfall causing serious floods …
As always, Bonn welcomes its international guests. The people there are used to tough negotiations.
Yesterday it was sunny and today it is rainy. And it’s all the fault of big oil and evil white Republican males.