It’s bugs for you and beef medallion for us: COP27 is a hypocrisy junket
By Jo Nova
Killing the planet, one COP convention at a time.
Nothing says “believe us” like doing all the things they say we must give up. They fly in private jets, eat steak and drink from plastic water bottles. Obviously, if they really thought CO2 was planetary poison, they wouldn’t be acting this way. Unless, of course, they are narcissistic overlords who believe CO2 is bad, but that the rules don’t apply the them. There is that…
Where is the cricket-burger?
Kurt Zindulka, Breitbart
If you are saving the world it’s fine to ship that salmon in from the Atlantic:
Beef medallion with mushrooms sauce, chicken breast with orange gravy, and salmon with creamy sauce and chives are some of the menu options that world leaders, diplomats, bureaucrats, and industry bigwigs will be chomping down on at the COP27 meeting in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt this week.
Scottish author and political commentator Neil Oliver said: “They’ve come to lecture us about eating less meat while they sit down to menus featuring beef, chicken, salmon, and sea bass and cream sauces. This is not leadership that we are seeing now, it’s desperation, it’s trolling us proles on a galactic scale.
“The policies that they are preaching are condemning hundreds of millions of the world’s poorest to poverty, starvation, death on a global scale and at the same time, in their cynicism, they are ensuring that the populations of their own countries are plunged into fuel and food poverty for the first time in generations.”
Apparently, there were a few genuine vegan and animal activists who spoke out about how bad this was. Good for them. But the UN fan-club was probably too busy enjoying an hour and a half of bottomless cocktails for £110 each.
PS: But Angus Beef and mushrooms at $100? We Australians live like kings.
h/t John Connor II
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