Party Time in Paris


The 21 st Birthday Party in Paris – It’s Time they Grew Up

Global Warming Alarmists are about to gather in Paris for the biggest climate carnival in their 21 year history – they hoped to see 25,000 official guests and 15,000 hangers on. Surely on their 21st birthday it is time they grew up and faced some adult world problems.

Any urchin on the streets of Paris today could tell buffoons like Ban Ki-moon and Barack Obama that the “biggest security threat facing the world today” is NOT a miniscule increase in atmospheric plant food, caused mainly by gentle natural global warming which has triggered minor expulsion of carbon dioxide from the oceans.

Obama and his side kick Kerry call climate change the biggest threat to national security: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/05/20/obama-to-coast-guard-grads-climate-change-the-biggest-threat-to-national-security/

http://legalinsurrection.com/2015/11/john-kerry-insists-climate-change-is-national-security-threat/

But the US Congress is not supporting the Paris party: http://joannenova.com.au/2015/11/the-one-most-important-factor-for-paris-the-us-congress/

Turnbull and Co should not insult Parisians by taking part in such frivolous folly.

Read more, as well as:

  • More on the UN Folly in Paris
  • The Assault on our Food Chain
  • What has PM Turnbull Promised to bring to the Paris Party?
  • Two messages Malcolm Turnbull should have taken to Paris
  • Thanks

Read the full report: http://carbon-sense.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/party-in-paris.pdf [PDF, 130 KB]

Tags: Party in Paris, breaking the food chain, Turnbull and Bishop in Paris, climate change.

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