Maldives Are So Concerned About Hotcoldwetdry That They Built Their 11th Airport

This one comes via a favorite of all Warmist, James Delingpole

(Breitbart) Great news from the scuba-diving tropical paradise Maldives. They’ve just opened another airport.

This means that the Indian Ocean island nation now has four international airports and seven domestic ones. Quite a lot for a country with a population of less than 400,000. Presumably they have high hopes for their tourist industry as they develop luxury resorts on ever more remote atolls.

I wonder if these Maldives realise just how lucky they are. For, by weird coincidence, in pretty much the same geographic region is another island nation with exactly the same name.

And this other Maldives is in deep trouble. Indeed, it is daily on the brink of disaster because of the constant threat that its low-lying coral atolls could be swamped by the rising sea levels caused by man-made climate change.

We know this because all the experts have been telling us so.

James provides lots and lots of examples of being told about the doom approaching the Maldives. Let’s not forget that former Maldives president, Mohamed Nasheen, had a documentary made about him, that is all about “climate change”, and has been running around the world (on fossil fueled planes) proclaiming doom for the Maldives, and that we need to save it from Hotcoldwetdry.

Luckily I have thought up a brilliant solution to this problem. Maybe the lucky Maldives (the thriving tourist paradise) could help the unlucky Maldives (the one about to be drowned by global warming) with money and material aid. Perhaps it could use its vast tourist revenues to mitigate against any problems caused by this terrible “climate change” thing. Perhaps it could use its 11 airports to help evacuate the other Maldives’ climate refugees.

Ever notice that those who complain about “climate change” the most seem to be the worst offenders?

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11 Responses to “Maldives Are So Concerned About Hotcoldwetdry That They Built Their 11th Airport”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Should the citizens of Maldives just give up their lives?

    Dullingpole may have missed it but the nation of Maldives is using tourist dollars to buy land in Sri Lanka and India for their inevitable exodus. Doesn’t that seem responsible behavior? But Dullingpole may be more interested in Denying global warming than in reporting the truth.

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    Did you hear the one about the Himalayan glaciers disappearing by 2035?

  3. john says:

    You think that Al Gore (a loud complainer) is a worse offender in carbon pollution than these giant coal plants ?
    Silly Teach just silly
    Of course Teach I would expect you to blame the victim.
    Maldives expects that by 2020 (5 years) to completely offset its own carbon pollution but of course that is no where near enough to stop the world’s climate from changing

  4. drowningpuppies says:

    How about that “hockey stick”?

  5. Jeffery says:

    Does 11 airports (7 are regionals) seem like a lot for a nation of 200 inhabited islands?

    And why is Dullpole picking on Maldives? Doesn’t he have the balls to pick on the big players?

    Typical conservative snark. Hitting down on the little folks.

  6. john says:

    Hew DP did you hear the one about 2015 being the hottest year EVAH!!!!
    DP did you hear the one that everyone from the Pope to the US Navy knows about AGW?

  7. JGlanton says:

    The Maldives has had a flat sea level since the mid-90’s so that is about 20 years without sea level change. But don’t take my word for it, or the Guardian’s word for it. The data is there for anyone to see.

    Here it is, Station 1707. Plot it yourself then decide whether or not you believe what they are saying in the newspapers and websites. Just copy the data (after the bad points in 1991) and paste it into Excel, go to menu Data/TextToColumns, select semicolon separation, then select column B (the sea level), and Insert/Line Chart, and you can select Column A as the date labels for the X-axis.

    It’s so easy, even a Guardian reporter can do it.

  8. drowningpuppies says:

    Did you hear about the Arctic Ocean being ice free by the end of this year?

  9. drowningpuppies says:

    Did you hear about the Arctic Ocean being ice free by the end of this year?

  10. Jl says:

    Did you hear the one about John making no sense?

  11. Jl says:

    Did you hear the one about the 50 million climate refugees? They must be hiding along with the heat somewhere in the ocean.

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