Apparently, 4.5 Billion Years Of Changing Climate Threatens “Human Rights”

Climate alarmists really are shameless. Complete hypocrites, too. And shameless

Climate change amounts to a serious threat from developed nations to the human rights of those living in undeveloped parts of the world, former (Ireland) president Mary Robinson has said.

She has called for a legally binding international agreement, to succeed the Kyoto Protocol at the end of next year, that would compel richer nations to financially and technically support the poorest nations adapt to climate change.

Speaking at the Institute of International and European Affairs in Dublin today, Mrs Robinson spoke of the concept of climate justice.

“Essentially climate justice lies at the nexus of climate change and human rights,” she said. To view climate change from the perspective of justice brought a focus to the “real human face of suffering and devastation wrought by climate change”.

So, essentially she wants to take money from Other People and give it to someone else who hasn’t earned it because Mother Nature likes to mess with the climate.

The rest is simply the same old bullshit, with the main protagonist, Mary Robinson, refusing to sacrifice her own monetary life.

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2 Responses to “Apparently, 4.5 Billion Years Of Changing Climate Threatens “Human Rights””

  1. Adobe Walls says:

    Some institutionalization may be required.

  2. captainfish says:

    She has called for a legally binding international agreement, to succeed the Kyoto Protocol at the end of next year,

    Yes, because the Kyoto worked out so well.

    that would compel richer nations to financially and technically support the poorest nations

    Hmmmm… that sounds suspiciously alot like Socialism and Wealth Distribution….

    And, exactly how does giving poor nations our money, nations that can’t afford food due to tyranny and Islamic Sharia, make things better for the common person? How will installing solar panels allow them to grow more food?

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