COP27: Climate Cultists Demand Death Penalty for Unbelievers as World Leaders Discuss Weather

Elvis Dunderhoff November 7, 2022

Climate cultist at the entrance of the COP27 Summit.

On every single topic, they are removing the right of discussion, they are removing the right of freedom of thought.

They are going to start calling for the death penalty for anyone who disagrees with the government about anything.


More than 100 world leaders are about to discuss a worsening problem that scientists’ call Earth’s biggest challenge, yet observers say it will be hard to make progress given all that is happening in the world.

Nearly 50 heads of states or governments on Monday will take the stage in the first day of “high-level” international climate talks in Egypt with more to come in the following days. Much of the focus will be on national leaders telling their stories of being devastated by climate disasters, culminating on Tuesday with a speech by Pakistan Prime Minister Muhammad Sharif, whose country’s summer flood caused at least $40 billion in damage and displaced millions of people.

But it may not quite have the drama or headlines that past such meetings have had.

Why? Because of bad timing and who isn’t showing up, is coming late or are dithering about it.

Most of the leaders are meeting Monday and Tuesday, just as the United States has a potentially policy-shifting midterm election. Then the leaders of the world’s 20 wealthiest nations will have their powerful-only club confab in Bali in Indonesia days later. Add to that, “there are big climate summits and little climate summits and this was never expected to be a big one,” said Climate Advisers CEO Nigel Purvis, a former U.S. negotiator.

Leaders of two of the three biggest carbon polluting nations — China and India — appear to be skipping the climate talks, although underlings are here negotiating. The leader of the other top polluting country — U.S. President Joe Biden — is coming days later than most of the other presidents and prime ministers on his way to Bali.

United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was initially going to avoid the negotiations, but public pressure and predecessor Boris Johnson’s plans to come changed his mind. New King Charles III, a longtime environment advocate, won’t attend because of his new role. And Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin, whose invasion of Ukraine created energy chaos that reverberates in the world of climate negotiations, won’t be here.

“We always want more” leaders, United Nations climate chief Simon Stiell said in a Sunday news conference. “But I believe there is sufficient (leadership) right now for us to have a very productive outcome.”

In addition to speeches given by the leaders, the negotiations include “innovative” roundtable discussions that “we are confident, will generate some very powerful insights,” Stiell said.

The leaders showing up in droves are from the host continent Africa.

The historical polluters who caused climate change are not showing up,” said Mohammed Adow of Power Shift Africa. “Africa is the least responsible, the most vulnerable to the issue of climate change and it is a continent that is stepping up and providing leadership.”

“The South is actually stepping up,” Adow told The Associated Press. “The North that historically caused the problem is failing.”

Monday will be heavily dominated by leaders of nations victimized by climate change — not those that have created the problem of heat-trapping gases warming up the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuel. It will be mostly African nations and small island nations and other vulnerable nations that will be telling their stories.

What nation is being “victimized by climate change”?

What the hell does that even mean?

This is all so dumb.

For the first time ever in UN climate negotiations #LossAndDamage finance has made it onto the agenda at #COP27

This is a historic moment.

Small island nations have been raising this issue for 30+ years, and now it has happened after a concerted push from developing countries

— Josh Gabbatiss (@Josh_Gabbatiss) November 6, 2022

Yesterday, Minister of Affairs Mélanie Joly and I arrived in Egypt for #COP27.

So far this year, I've flown over 12 million kilometres to tell the world that Canadians pollute too much.

All of the @G7 leaders agree, there is only one solution – higher taxes.

— Justin Trudeau's Ego (@Trudeaus_Ego) November 6, 2022

Today I will join leaders from across the world at @COP27P.

For our children and grandchildren, we must deliver on the legacy of Glasgow and protect the future of the planet.

— Rishi Sunak (@RishiSunak) November 7, 2022


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