Moonbat insurance companies blame climate change for "weather"
And the insurance companies can then award themselves a hefty profits increase. How? By increasing your premiums, mate. This is especially true of Munich Re, the most moonbattish insurer, that blames everything on climate change:
"If you calculate the trends in weather-related natural catastrophes you find a distinct difference in recent years," Dr [Peter] Hoeppe told the Herald.
"It's quite obvious that something has changed here and I think that is really the effects of global warming [oops, "climate change" I think you mean, since global warming stopped in 2001 - Ed] … We are seeing that serious weather events are becoming much more common, while the other kinds of catastrophes like the earthquakes and volcanoes are, of course, not changing."
And now back to reality, from my original post:
Let's look at the world's worst natural disasters. Of the top 10, five are unrelated to climate change (4 earthquakes, one dam failure) and the remaining five all occurred before 1970, i.e. before the global warming hysteria was even thought of - in 1970 we were all getting ready for the next Ice Age, remember?
Read it here.