The Truth about Goats
Environmental protesters have demanded urgent action to combat the ‘unheralded level of dissembling chatter’ emanating from New York’s climate summit. Hundreds of thousands of marchers in more than 2,000 locations worldwide have taken a united stand against the ‘vaporous trail of broken promises’ that accompanies every UN meeting.
Emissions from world leaders now generate vast amount of ‘hot air and BS’; the equivalent of the annual bowel movements of New Zealand’s farming industry. Likewise burning redundant copies of each new ‘comprehensive global climate agreement’, every time countries renege on their commitments, generates more toxic smoke than the BP Annual Staff Barbeque
‘Climate change is the defining issue of our time. Now is the time for action,’ said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, as representatives of 125 nations relaxed with a nice meal of Leatherback Turtle Soup followed by Polar Bear steaks. Even business leaders were keen to attend, concerned that their private islands may get submerged by raising sea levels.
One scientist said: ‘We are looking at a windstorm of prevarication that could power any turbine. Likewise, the embarrassed face of Ban Ki-moon the moment all these countries ignore their pledges will generate enough solar heat to boil a kettle. If we can harness the energy spent by corporations in avoiding environmental legislation that would be equivalent to all the world’s fossil fuels’.