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Australian Climate Madness

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Thousands protest against something that isn't happening

The greenie hoards were out in force in Sydney today, with fifteen thousand gathering in Martin Place to protest against global warming. Fifteen thousand sounds quite a lot, but if this really is the most urgent crisis in the history of mankind, out of a city with a population of over 4 million it is an abysmal turnout (less than half of one percent). As usual, The Age delights in the mother-earthiness of the whole event:
Despite grey skies, a colourful crowd showed up in Martin Place Saturday to support the Nature Conservation Council of NSW's fourth Walk Against Warming march.

Some were dressed as polar bears. Others wore windmills on their backs. Others carried placards of penguins with messages that read: "Don't build your home on my home", and "Some like it hot, penguins not".

Oops! Somebody forgot to tell them that global warming stopped in 2001... oh well, with a bit of luck they will all have copped a good soaking from a passing shower ...

Read it here.


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