October 19, 2009

Brown Stain

From BBC NEWS | UK: PM warns of climate 'catastrophe'
Gordon Brown said negotiators had 50 days to save the world from global warming and break the "impasse" [in current climate change talks].
Or what? The bus will explode?

So, apparently, tired of being the most boring and ineffective prime minister in British history (sorry, Pitt the Younger), Gordon Brown is now taking a page out of the Bond villain school of politics. Any other wild and completely baseless threats you'd like to make, Gordie?
"Once the damage from unchecked emissions growth is done, no retrospective global agreement, in some future period, can ever undo that choice."

. . . The costs of failing to tackle the issue would be greater than the impact of both world wars and the Great Depression combined, the prime minister said.
HOOOOOOLY CRAP! Someone is going to nuke the ozone layer?! And then NO future action, EVER, will be able to undo ANYTHING?

To prove he was serious about his claims, Mr Brown then globally warmed a small section of the English countryside — though he was careful to emphasise that the destruction wrought by that tiny demonstration was nothing compared to the global catastrophe the world faced if they didn't give into his demands.

Look, Gordon, I have tried to give you a chance, and God knows I love the Labour party — but at this point I will happily take Cameron over your incompetent fuckwittery. Please hold an election and go away.

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