Skip to comments.Delingpole: Michael Bloomberg Joins Leonardo DiCaprio and Angry Birds’ ‘Red’ as UN Climate Envoy
Posted on 03/07/2018 7:16:23 AM PST by rktman
Michael Bloomberg has joined Leonardo DiCaprio and the Angry Birds Red as a United Nations climate envoy.
Which of these characters, you wonder, is the most absurd choice to symbolize the global war on climate change?
At first glance, perhaps, it ought to be Red. Red, after all, is nothing but a cartoon character from a popular video game and has never, either in his gaming or his spin-off movie career, shown the slightest interest in anthropogenic global warming theory, carbon emissions or sustainability. Thats because his only real interest is in saving eggs from pigs.
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Will they get a room together ?
As Fred Sanford would say-
“Here comes Tweedledee and Tweedle Dummy.”
“Green hypocrisy exposed: Moranos book exposes the hypocrisy of jet-setting, yachting limousine billionaire leftist elitists, who lead pampered lives in energy-guzzling mansions and private jets while preaching to the rest of us trying to make ends meet about the need to forego fossil fuels.”
“Morano writes climate sanity was restored to the United States with Trumps election, and that Trump is: The warmists worst nightmare.”
What an imposing group./s
I’m guessing they’ll be selling off their multiple properties and ubering around the city and flying coach from now on..
“You are a movie star. Nothing more!” DiCaprio in “The Aviator”
Red is the only one who’s not a hypocrite since he doesn’t drive a car.
I read that as dingleberry. Oh, well, that didn’t change the meaning of the headline.
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