UN Climate Official’s Job Is “Sacred” or Something

Yeah, that whole “this is a cult” thing is coming a bit more into focus (via The New Nostradamus of the North)

(USA Today) The top climate official at the United Nations has described her role in pushing nations to contain the Earth’s climate as a “sacred” job.

“We are truly defining the quality of life for our children,” Christina Figueres, the U.N.’s executive secretary for climate, told USA TODAY on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

“We have to do everything we can because there is no plan B because there is no planet B,” she said.

“I fully intend my grandchildren and great-grandchildren to be able to live on this planet. This job is a sacred responsibility,” Figueres said.

This was after she took a fossil fueled flight to the exotic vacation spot of Davos. Anyone think she flew commercial? I didn’t think so.

“Cumulatively we have already invested over a trillion dollars into renewable energies such as solar and wind but that is still far from where we need to get. We need to be investing a trillion every year,” Figueres said.

Well, perhaps the cult should pony up their own money, instead of always wanting to take it from the pocket of Other People.

(graphic from Deesillustration.com)

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2 Responses to “UN Climate Official’s Job Is “Sacred” or Something”

  1. […] of the dread William Teach of Pirate’s Cove, the United Nation’s “Executive Secretary for Climate,” Cristina Figueres, sounds […]

  2. Springy_Gumballs says:

    oh “holy” hell. not her again.

    what a complete loon. It is very high time we kick the UN out of the US. THey give us a bad name (more than Obama does). We should kick them out, and then get out. Stop funding their insanity and their attempts to take over countries.

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