Saturday, December 01, 2007

150 Big Fat Pinkos Sign Bali Communique

So, just what is the Bali Communique? It's the product of The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change. So, what do they want? It's simple:

The Bali Communiqué calls for:

- a comprehensive, legally binding United Nations framework to tackle climate change
- emission reduction targets to be guided primarily by science
- those countries that have already industrialised to make the greatest effort
- world leaders to seize the window of opportunity and agree a work plan of negotiations to ensure an agreement can come into force post 2012 (when the existing Kyoto Protocol expires)

So, just who are these leftie loons who've signed this thing? Well they're the chief executives of 150-major British and European corporations and the list just keeps getting longer. We're talking about the heavy duty pinkos here like AIG, Centrica, Philips, Lloyds, Shell, Sky, Sun Microsystems, Unilever, Adidas, Barclay, Cadbury Schweppes, Continental, Dupont, HSBC, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Kodak, Nokia, Nike, that ever pink News Corporation, Perelli, Roche, Rolls Royce, Sony Ericsson, United Technologies, Virgin and Volkswagen.

Curious, isn't it, how these corporate giants just don't see eye to eye with our knuckledragging boneheads, Harper and Baird. Wonder what to make of that?

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