Climate Change Is Worse Than Terrorism Says Advisor Of Terrorist Country

Welcome to Pakistan, a nation heavy with Islamic terrorists, Taliban, and Islamic radicals and sympathizers. A nation that has been hit with numerous terrorist attacks, and is continuously trying to fend off radicalization. But, hey, Hotcoldwetdry

(Pakistan Observer) Adviser on Foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz has stated that the climate change poses a greater danger to Pakistan than does terrorism. Massive floods, droughts in some areas while heavy rains in the other areas are some effects of climate change. Another aspect of climate change is heat wave that has badly affected Pakistan especially Sindh. In June 2015, a severe heat wave struck Sindh, particularly Karachi that put the citizens in adverse circumstances.

So, Hotcoldwetdry. In a nation that has had floods, droughts, etc, you know, weather, forever.

Frequent electric power break down and water shortage further added to their woes. In this dreadful situation the Provincial government was seen absolutely unresponsive and apathetic despite the warnings and predictions made by Met office. It could be witnessed in the failure of government hospitals to treat the patients of heat strokes because of lack of ambulances and unavailability of other basic medical necessities. Heat wave together with above cited lapses led to the deaths of 2000 citizens.

Or, it could just be an incompetent government with an uneducated, backwards populace dreaming of their 72 virgins.

Of course, Warmists will immediately follow along with this meme, because they want to protect radical Islam with everything they have. This is the way they think. They’re more concerned with bathrooms for the gender confused over a large chunk of Islam treating women in a horrible manner.

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7 Responses to “Climate Change Is Worse Than Terrorism Says Advisor Of Terrorist Country”

  1. Dana says:

    It’s pretty simple: the victims of terrorism are still relatively few, and the elites never think that they’ll be the victims. But global warming climate change? Why, that might bother them, personally.

    It’s April 8th, and it has been snowing here; would someone please send me some global warming!?!

  2. John says:

    So Teach those billions that Reagan gave to the Islamists in the 80s ………. Any regrets?
    Dana, it is natural as we age to begin to feel the cold weather a bit sooner than when we were younger
    Perhaps try wearing a sweater when indoors would
    help or a move south. A lot of old people move to warmer climates
    It sounds like you are seeing quicker than the climate is changing !

  3. Hank_M says:

    “So Teach those billions that Reagan gave to the Islamists in the 80s”

    You mean Operation Cyclone, signed by Jimmy Carter? The amount was never in the billions John.
    You leftists really are something. If you can’t pull off a “but Bush defense, your next is always “But Reagan”.

  4. Dana says:

    John wrote:

    Dana, it is natural as we age to begin to feel the cold weather a bit sooner than when we were younger
    Perhaps try wearing a sweater when indoors would
    help or a move south. A lot of old people move to warmer climates
    It sounds like you are seeing quicker than the climate is changing !

    Actually, I am wearing an Oakland Raiders sweatshirt at the moment! However, when I’m working, I tolerate the cold pretty well, and usually have my sleeves rolled up, outside, even in the dead of winter. My darling bride (of 36 years, 10 months and 21 days) has noted, with some derision, that I wear not a jacket but an insulated vest during the winter. I was combitching about the snow in the forecast: we are supposed to get 1 to 3 inches of global warming today. My primary concern about that is that the snow, and the 20º F temperature forecast for tonight, might kill the blossoms on the flowering trees around here. I doubt that there will be much snow accumulation on the roads, which would normally be my winter weather concern.

    As for moving South, we are! Our retirement home is on the banks of the Kentucky River; we’ll be moving back to My Old Kentucky Home in two or three years.

  5. Dana says:

    John wrote:

    So Teach those billions that Reagan gave to the Islamists in the 80s ………. Any regrets?

    Not to answer for our esteemed host, but I certainly didn’t approve.

    President Reagan fell for the cockamamie notion that he could find ‘moderate’ Iranian leaders in the Iran-Contra fiasco, and selling arms-for-hostages was not only stupid, but it didn’t work: after some hostages were released, others were seized. After all, the US had demonstrated that those hostages had real value.

    I did, however, approve of the diversion of the profits to aid the Nicaraguan ‘Contras.’ It is always wise to support those people fighting communists!

  6. Jl says:

    Of course it’s worse than terrorism-the “50 million climate refugees”, remember? Oh, wait….that never happened…..

  7. Jeffery says:

    I agree with Dana. The current weather sure is bizarre and unpredictable! We had a rare frost this morning.

    Even though the mean global surface temperature continues to climb rapidly, if not sporadically, some days will still be cold. You’d think the communists who are running things would change the name from global warming to climate change like the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change did in 1988.

    As the Earth warms even more there’s little doubt some areas will see an improved climate – you’re welcome, Russia and Canada!

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