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Pachauri

Richard has yet one more of his postings about the gentleman chair of the IPCC. The railway engineer is expressing an opinion (common parlance – whining) about the range of people saying these horrible things about him.

All of these “Vested Interests”, including some organised group known as “The Sceptics”.

Of course, his foundation has no vested interest. At all.

How do we know this? Hah, be real, if we can’t believe someone so intertwined with the motley CRU and the hockey team, then who can we believe?

Anyway, Richard’s headline gets part way there, but he missed a wonderful opportunity – one I’m grabbing:

 

And following on from that, do I feel any sympathy for Dr Pachauri? The man who wants to prevent the little people, us, sharing his lifestyle?

Take it away Sid -

4 Comments

  1. jameshigham says:

    Do you have Christmas down there? If so, have a good one today.

  2. John B says:

    I note he says he will ‘take action’, and when the interviewer says “legal action?” he fudges a bit and just says: ‘action’. So does that mean the IPCC hit squads will be out and about soon?

    According to EUReferendum his organisation (TERI-NA) has links to and funding by Amoco Oil and Oman Oil, Monsanto Enterprises Limited, Zuari Agro Chemicals Limited, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Econergy International Corporation – a world leader in Carbon Credit generation and the General Manager of a $20 million clean energy investment fund in Latin America, Global Change Strategies International which has approximately $800 million in assets under management and commitments and attempts to assist its industrial clients reduce the cost of complying with emissions targets . . . .

    http://eureferendum.blogspot.com/2009/12/vast-nexus-of-influence.html

  3. Nick M says:

    Ny favourite Carry On Line.

    Oh, and I’m back!

  4. CountingCats says:

    Didn’t know you were gone. Thought you were just being as Christmas lazy as me.

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