Prince Charles hypocrite - and Osama too

Diverse — Drokles on May 6, 2011 at 6:47 am

Den lille filmserie om klimahyklere, som Robert Redford og James Cameron fortsætter med Prins Charles

Ahh, men også Bin Laden kan være med i dette eksklusive felt af mennesker, der hader Vesten for dens ødelæggende tilstedeværelse, som man kan læse på TIME

In an audio tape obtained by Al Jazeera, bin Laden criticised George Bush, the former US president, for rejecting the Kyoto pact and condemned global corporations.

“This is a message to the whole world about those responsible for climate change and its repercussions - whether intentionally or unintentionally - and about the action we must take,” bin Laden said.

“Speaking about climate change is not a matter of intellectual luxury - the phenomenon is an actual fact.”

In the new recording, bin Laden says ”all the industrial states” are to blame for climate change, “yet the majority of those states have signed the Kyoto Protocol and agreed to curb the emission of harmful gases.”

He continued: “However, George Bush junior, preceded by [the US] congress, dismissed the agreement to placate giant corporations. And they are themselves standing behind speculation, monopoly and soaring living costs.”

Men Bin Laden er,,, undskyld VAR en hykler, som Inforum kan fortælle

When a woman involved in a polio vaccine drive turned up at Osama bin Laden’s hideaway, she remarked to the men behind the high walls about the expensive SUVs parked inside.

Ja Bin Laden boede absolut ikke under samme primitive forhold, som hans krigere.

It’s unclear why bin Laden chose Abbottabad as the place to stay, but at least two other top al-Qaida leaders have sheltered here. The town’s bustling streets are dotted with buildings left over from British colonial days. These days it attracts tourists, but is known mostly as a garrison town.


Abbottabad has so far been spared the terrorist bombings that have scarred much of Pakistan over the last four years.

Like many Pakistani towns where the army has a strong presence, Abbottabad is well-manicured, and has solid infrastructure. There are street signs that tell residents to “Love Pakistan.” It also is known for its good schools, many of which were originally established by Christian missionaries.

Og ikke et ord om Al Gore.

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