Grown Man Cries at COP26 because Coal Hurt His Feelings


I never get tired of using the following phrase to describe the news. This actually happened:

Government negotiators from nearly 200 countries have adopted a new deal on climate action after a last-minute intervention by India to water down the language on cutting emissions from coal.

The agreement, which came more than 24 hours after Friday afternoon’s deadline, was sealed by COP26 president Alok Sharma banging down his gavel to signal there were no objections from the 197 nations attending the conference.

The deal aims to keep alive hopes of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels in order to prevent the effects of catastrophic climate change.

Earlier, Mr Sharma broke down during proceedings and apologised after objections by India over the wording around the phasing out of fossil fuels forced a last-minute change to the text, drawing complaints from vulnerable nations wanting stronger action on fossil fuels.

The change India proposed replaced the phrase “phase out” with “phase down”.

His voice breaking with emotion after hearing from nations which expressed their anger over the changes to the text, he said: “May I just say to all delegates, I apologise for the way this process has unfolded and I am deeply sorry.”

“I also understand the deep disappointment but, I think as you have noted, it’s also vital that we protect this package.”

He cried over words. He cried because coal. The best bit about all of this is that given this reports is littered with words such as “Sharma”, “vulnerable nations” and “India”, they can’t even blame it on racism.

It is quite fitting that the the Glasgow Climate Summit has ended with such a pathetic display of emotion, given that it opened with voodoo ceremonies, and it has been accompanied every step of the way by the screaming lunatic Greta Thunberg and the costumed idiots of Extinction Rebellion.

If the globalist elite were serious about clean energy the world would have gone 100% nuclear decades ago and 100% of energy research would be focused on recreating the experiments of Nicolai Tesla.

Instead the emotion and pseudo-religion is used to distract from the con at the heart of the show:

Several countries, including small island states, said they were deeply disappointed by the change put forward by India.

Nation after nation had complained earlier on the final day of the two weeks of talks about how the deal was not enough, but they said it was better than nothing and provided incremental progress, if not success.

The ”progress” is always incremental. That is how this charade works. Step by step they make energy more expensive, increase regulations, increase their control over our lives, make it harder to do business, and push us little by little toward crisis.

That is how the global elite can get away with openly talking about destroying the coal industry and Scott Morrison can sell out Liberal voters who thought he was going to push back against environmentalist insanity, and nobody bats an eyelid.

It is how the world can be brought to the brink of a completely engineered and unnecessary energy crisis caused by actions supposedly intended to mitigate so-called “climate change”, yet the only palatable solution is more climate change mitigation.

The role of the climate activists is to look crazy so that the crazy and evil globalist leaders can look like sensible decision makers while they openly plan to cripple energy production. Once they have regressed Western Civilisation back to the Stone Age, there will still be a Greta out there complaining that people are burning sticks in their tipis.

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David has studied history and political science at Melbourne University. His thesis was written on how the utilisation of Missile Defence can help to achieve nuclear disarmament. His interest in history was piqued by playing a flight simulator computer game about the Battle of Britain, and he hopes to one day siphon the earnings from his political writings into funding the greatest prog-rock concept album the world has ever seen.