Paris Needs To Get Used To Permanent Flood Or Something

Of course, if Paris experiences drought, Warmists will blame it on ‘climate change’, too

Record-breaking floods hit Paris. Get used to it.

Record-breaking rains and flooding have inundated western Europe this week, killing at least 15 in France, Germany, Romania, and Belgium.

Paris has been hit especially hard by the deluge. Thousands have evacuated as the Seine reached nearly 20 feet on Friday, its highest level since 1982. Meanwhile, cultural institutions like the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay are taking no chances: They’ve closed to tourists and have relocated some valuable works out of harm’s way.

French president Francois Hollande said at a Friday press conference that “what is happening now, especially in Paris and in some regions, is exceptional.” However, scientists note that flooding of this magnitude is the new normal — thanks to climate change.

“Heavy rains? Massive flooding? Get used to it,” Princeton climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer told the Associated Press.

Grist is not the only outlet pushing this meme. A weather even happens, and, despite it having happened before, all the Warmists in the news and advocacy groups charge out to blame ‘climate change. It’s just part and parcel of their ducktalk.

Grist goes on to show all sorts of pictures of the floods, showing us what the permanent doom looks like. Let’s look at some others

It’s, in the Real World, simply all part of the dynamic weather system of the Earth. But, Warmists cannot help themselves in their brainwashing.

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2 Responses to “Paris Needs To Get Used To Permanent Flood Or Something”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Nothing to see here, Parisians Texans folks. Move along.

  2. John says:

    Gee Teach why is it that you aren’t mentioning the historic floods in Texas?

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