Mr “I’ll solve all your problems” DiCaprio…. The whole world’s in my hands!
From ABC News:
Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio brought star power to the UN summit on climate change on Tuesday, urging leaders to stop treating global warming as “fiction”.
The United Nations is zeroing in on climate change at the summit in New York City, giving leaders from 125 countries a platform to explain how they plan to address the issue.
The event is the largest leaders’ climate meeting since the 2009 Copenhagen summit, which failed to reach an agreement to avoid catastrophic climate change.
“As an actor, I pretend for a living. I play fictitious characters often solving fictitious problems,” DiCaprio, a UN Messenger of Peace, told the summit.
“I believe mankind has looked at climate change in that same way – as if it were fiction.”
How intriguing Mr. DiCaprio… Maybe you were chosen to speak at the UN because, as an actor, you are naturally good at portraying fiction? Just a thought…. It might also have something to do with how if a Hollywood “star” says something, then it is always true! Hollywood types are incapable of lying, right? It doesn’t matter whether they know anything about the issue they’re addressing, so long as their level of “fame” is high enough, the public will believe them! After all, Leonardo was a star in “Titanic”, a sinking ship we all know the story of…… Since all we do these days is “play cards on a sinking ship“, he does seem like an appropriate spokesman.
Anyway, as we all know, if you agree with the UN Climate Change rubbish and you walk around with a green bag in your hand, then you are one of the morally correct people who can turn your nose at those who you think don’t care about the environment!
In case you aren’t already feeling sick, here’s some of the latest action from our phoney “green” community in Australia (from a couple days ago):
Oh shit, this is what we’re dealing with folks!
Climate activists have taken to the streets in Australia’s capital cities as part of an international movement pushing for action on climate change.
The marches on Sunday were part of a series of events across the world that will culminate in what is expected to be a massive march in New York City where the United Nations climate summit is being held.
United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, who is hosting the summit, is expected to join the New York rally.
“Climate change is the defining issue of our time. The longer we delay our action, the more we will have to pay,” he said.
“That is why I need everybody on deck – governments, business communities and civil societies.”
About 2,000 marches were expected to take place in the lead up to the UN summit, which is to be attended by more than 100 world leaders. Prime Minister Tony Abbott is not attending the event.
Locally, more than 10,000 people took to the streets in Melbourne and about 1,500 in Brisbane, with many more attending events in other capital cities.
So what it all comes back to, is if people care more about “Global Warming” than anything real, then what can we do? I really don’t know. Maybe these people are never meant to know anything….. Either way, watching this video can’t do anyone any harm: