Fiddling as our planet our planet dies and our media worries about interest rates

As the election closes upon us we’re about to elect those who fiddle while Rome burns, John Howard or Kevin Rudd. The climate change tipping point has passed us by and they’re not going to sign Kyoto unless the developing countres do. If you haven’t understood, you foreign affairs retards, undeveloped countries envy the consumer goods we still revel in, and whose manufacture we still encourage. In this country see the giant paper mill decision and the destructive dredging of Port Phillip Bay. With those decisions in train how can anyone expect developing countries to do any more than we do – nothing, but lust after opportunities to trade and die. The carbon trading joke is so pathetic no one is even mentioning it anymore.

I suppose we fiddle but Bush still destroys (for a start the Wars produce global warming gases more dangerous than carbon dioxide and no one is studying it). He wouldn’t talk to Rudd or Howard over climate change because he didn’t want to. The most powerful man in our universe and he won’t give direction (well, not tallking about it gave it a direction I suppose – drop it.) Our gutless wonders didn’t press him.

And so as we head to ultimate disaster in 20/20 ( see reports coming out of the Arctic and from Earl de Blonville ( on You Tube by the weekend) and still we’re not planning to live with extreme weather conditions. Our media tell us we’re only worrying about rising housing rate (in Australia) although really most of us who have followed climate change are frightened of losing the planet.

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One Response

  1. First, of all thanks for the comment on my post. I like your site, it’s very topical. I’m going to add you onto my blogroll.

    “I suppose we fiddle but Bush still destroys (for a start the Wars produce global warming gases more dangerous than carbon dioxide and no one is studying it).” Wow, I never knew there was a connection between the wars and global warming.

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