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Its worse than 1984!


"Hotel guests should have their electricity monitored; hefty aviation taxes should be introduced to deter people from flying; and iced water in restaurants should be curtailed, the world's leading climate scientist has told the Observer."


Bloody hypocrites these Climate Alarmists and their wealthy elite supporters and Politicians, etc are.

They're the biggests wasters, polluters and self indulgence pricks on the Planet.

Of course with their private jets and numerous holiday homes in various exotic places. They can go and get stuffed. The bloody hypocrites!

"Its worse than 1984!"

Yes. It's the dream of these scumbags to control the movements of the peasant masses.


Keep up the great work Ian. This *is* a big issue. Huge in fact.

Bamm Bamm

In fact - there isn't one bigger that I can recall.

A global conspiracy by lefty greenies to promote their false religion of anthropomorphic insecurities projected onto mankind to make us pay for their faulty consciousness.

Sick it to 'em Ian!

PS: I'd be calling for John Keys Science advisor to resign - especially after his NZ Herald article ...


Hey, you got to love these guys right? From Al Gore on down through all the bottom feeders, they are all like pigs with their snouts in the trough. The common theme running through everything they do is "do as we say, don't do as we do".
Just like all their socialist bretheren travelling to Copenhagen, they have a penchant for personal luxury and for swanning round the world, with jet travel in particular high on the list of priorities. Some, like Gore, love it so much they have their own private jet transport. Bunch of hypocritical asswipes.
Be afraid though, for here we have a ragtag group paid largely out of the public purse, with diverse political leanings but one underscoring theme - the love of power and the concern with putting in place a regime that will place them in a position to lord it over the bulk of humanity. This will restrict your personal freedoms and choice and will burden your children with horrendous taxation for generations to come.


And for anybody interested let's put Pachauri's miles into context:
That's 23,328 miles per month.
Almost 780 miles per day.
That's equivalent to travelling Auckland to Christchurch and back to Auckland every single day of your life.
Or if international travel is your thing, that's equivalent to travelling Auckland to London and return once per month, something most in New Zealand would likely only do once or twice in a lifetime.
Kind of puts Pachauri's love of nasty, CO2 producing air transport into perspective doesn't it?

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