Thursday, September 24, 2009

Cute kids and Vaclav Klaus

Yes, yes, yes! A resounding amen to this observation from Greg:

So, at the opening of the U.N. climate change summit on Tuesday, a hundred or so world leaders (including our own President) were greeted by a thirteen year old girl from India, named Yugratna. Her name might seem complicated to western ears, but her message was simple: we`re just not doing enough to fight global warming....

[H]ere's a key rule one must know about left-wing propaganda: that once they trot out the kids, you know you`re being fed a pile of crap the size of Al Gore`s houseboat. Using pubescent pawns is based on the successful belief that no one dare question children – because they`re smaller and weaker than adults – and for the most part, sincere....

So you know if anyone at that meeting were to stand up to Yugratna, and say, "Hey kid, shouldn`t you be in school instead of trying to ruining our economy based on phony science," you`d be stoned to death. With knives. Made of stone. Shaped like knives.

So, dammit: God bless Czech President Vaclav Klaus. The world`s gutsiest leader went after the U.N. for this shameless BS, saying "It was sad and ...frustrating. It's a propagandistic exercise where 13-year-old girls from some far-away country perform a pre-rehearsed poem. It's simply not dignified."


Sick-making, isn't it?

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