Så rabler det igen for Vestager

Vi ved alle, hvordan en løftet mullah-pegefinger ser ud. Her den radikale variant.

De radikale er travlt beskæftiget med at slå søm i egen ligkiste. Seneste stunt fra den kant er, at de nu forlanger, at vi skal tage imod KLIMAFLYGTNINGE. Herligt – så kan vi flytte Darfour-konflikten herop ved samme lejlighed.

Vestagers stunt minder mig utroligt meget om Bay Bundegaards stunt om at ville slå grænserne på vid gab for fattigdomsflygtninge (hvorefter hun og hendes mand byggede et meterhøjt hegn omkring deres ejendom).

Hvad foregår der inde i hovedet på de mennesker? Er det klimakteriets sidste krampetrækninger, de radikales dødskramper, tager de ecstasy eller hvad sker der?

De Radikale vil reservere 150 midlertidige opholdstilladelser i Danmark til klimaflygtninge og ændre FN’s flygtningekonvention, så den omfatter mennesker på flugt fra klimakatastrofer.

Tanken bliver på forhånd skudt ned af integrationsminister Birthe Rønn Hornbech (V), og også den konservative integrationsordfører, Naser Khader, vender tommelen nedad.

– Vi skal ikke udvide flygtningebegrebet til at omfatte andet end individuelt forfulgte, siger han. Han vil hellere hjælpe i nærområderne end flytte folk til Danmark.

Hvad er det nu, vejen til Helvede er brolagt med? Nåjo, gode intentioner.

…  – Intentionen om at hjælpe, synes jeg, er rigtig. Men vi har ikke fået defineret hvem og efter hvilke regler, der skal gives hjælp, siger han [Andreas Kam, AL] og understreger, at hjælp til klimaflygtninge ikke må gå fra andre flygtninge.

Al Gore på pinebænken

Al Gore forsøger til det sidste at holde fast i sine løgne og sin uvidenhed. Tak, Gud, fordi den mand ikke blev President of the US!

Fra Huffingtonpost 12- 9-09 12:09 PM:

Err? Me?

As world leaders convene in Copenhagen for the global climate conference, Former Vice President Al Gore has been making the interview rounds pushing back on “ClimateGate” and promoting his new book , Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis.

In a wide-ranging interview with Slate, Gore talks about environmental policy, why the Copenhagen meeting matters, and the hacked climate science emails. The emails, Gore stresses, were “taken wildly out of context” and the uproar surrounding them is “sound and fury signifying nothing.”

His frustration with the hacked-email fallout is palpable. “The basic facts are incontrovertible. What do they think happens when we put 90 million tons up there every day? Is there some magic wand they can wave on it and presto!–physics is overturned and carbon dioxide doesn’t trap heat anymore?” Gore asked, and pressed his point harder: “And when we see all these things happening on the Earth itself, what in the hell do they think is causing it?

Slate asked about Gore’s conversation with President Obama on Monday, but the climate change leader declined to discuss it, saying only that they had talked about Copenhagen, and the Senate legislation, and that he’d like to keep the rest of their conversation private.

Gore also appeared on CNN Tuesday night, in a lengthy interview covering similar ground. Watch it below. On Wednesday, he was interviewed by Andrea Mitchell, who tweeted preview bits of their conversation. To Mitchell, on Palin’s controversial Washington Post op-ed, Gore’s message was simple: “It’s a principle. It’s like gravity. it exists.”

Læs også dette interview med Al Gore (ADVARSEL! SATIRE!) på The Daily Beast