Women Kicking It On Climate To Take Long Fossil Fueled Flights Or Something

Unsurprisingly, the ‘climate change’ conference seems to be more of a hotbed of Progressive (nice Fascism) bloviating

McKenna rallies G7 women ‘kicking it’ on climate change as tax watchdog laments gas levies

As the countdown to next month’s G7 summit in Charlevoix continues, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is bringing “women climate leaders” from around the world to Canada — and specifically, Meech Lake — for Women Kicking It On Climate, a one-day working session to discuss climate change solutions that will, according to the advisory, “contribute to women’s empowerment” and “gender equality” while also “advancing the Paris Agreement.”

And Warmists wonder why I say that the vast majority of this “issue” is political, not scientific. It’s all linked together: ‘climate change’, SJW stuff, empowering big government, raising taxes and fees, controlling citizens and the private sector. Seriously, if we were totally doomed from trace amounts of CO2, one would think they could do this via teleconference, rather than flights from all over the world spreading “carbon pollution.”

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2 Responses to “Women Kicking It On Climate To Take Long Fossil Fueled Flights Or Something”

  1. Hoss says:

    Flying in from all over the world for a one-day working session on climate stuff. You really can’t make that shit up. It’s like when the UN would have conferences on poverty and list the menu the would be serving attendees: Wagyu beef and Scottish lobster, Almas caviar, Coffin Bay King oysters, and so on…you get the pattern.

  2. McGehee says:

    I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people telling me it’s a crisis start behaving like it’s a crisis.

    Actions speak louder than words, climate pimps.

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