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The Carbonhagen hypocrisy continues with their 1200 private limousines here, their 140 private jets here. Copenhagen – “A bonfire of vanity and expensive excessA date which will live in infamy! Hypocrisy! So much for their communist and environmentalist ideals! They even got their Gropenhagen prostitutes here.

If instead of the hypocritical communist profiteering from our taxes ( just like the billions wasted so far on climate alarmism) this money was put into real solutions – like public transport, reafforestation, clean technology etc as well as feeding the starving, housing the homeless, curing the sick – imagine what a better world this would be! Yet instead we get these bloated parasites gorging themselves off the public purse while criminally trying to force a despotic world government on the rest of us!


The madness begins – carbon tax for flying – no not for the delegates – for you and I!

UN tactics to silence dissent, K Rudd’s ambitions

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  1. Ayrdale says:

    Chinks are appearing in the lefty armour, you will have seen WuWt…


    …and closer to home, the oh so green and caring NZ Herald featured this…


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