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Gordon Brown Has 50 Days To Save The World From Global Warming Plague

by | 19th, October 2009

gordon-brown15GORDON Brown is building up the heat on global warming by telling negotiators flying to the Copenhagen climate summit that they have “50 days to save the world from global warming”.

As luck has it, these 50 days will not be interrupted by General Election, and Brown can focus his energies on telling the Major Economies Forum in London, which brings together 17 of the world’s biggest greenhouse gas-emitting countries, that there is “no plan B“.

Says Brown of the coming plagues:

“In Britain we face the prospect of more frequent droughts and a rising wave of floods The extraordinary summer heatwave of 2003 in Europe resulted in over 35,000 extra deaths.”

Droughts. Death. Boils:

“On current trends, such an event could become quite routine in Britain in just a few decades’ time. And within the lifetime of our children and grandchildren the intense temperatures of 2003 could become the average temperature experienced throughout much of Europe.”

The first born dead!

“If a deal was not agreed, the world would face more conflict fuelled by climate-induced migration, Mr Brown added.”


“If we do not reach a deal at this time, let us be in no doubt: once the damage from unchecked emissions growth is done, no retrospective global agreement, in some future period, can undo that choice.”

Brown foresees all. If only some had had his clarity of vision when the steam locomotive was invented and dared to scream, “Noooooooo!”

God rains down his message on non-believers:

Astronomers at the University of Western Ontario have recovered a golf-ball sized fragment of a meteorite that hit an SUV in southern Ontario.

In other globally warmed news:

This is now the third year running when there have been signs of an abnormally cold winter across large parts of the world. Last year’s October snowfalls in the US broke records which in some cases had stood for over a century, prefacing one of America’s coldest winters for decades. This summer’s Arctic ice-melt stopped nearly 1 million square kilometres short of its record low in 2007. Around Antarctica this year’s sea ice-melt was the lowest recorded since satellite data began in 1979, leaving the ice 30 per cent above its 30-year average.

Look out for Obama highlighting the perils of global warming by holding cabinet meeting in an igloo, and Gordon brown taking his road-show cabinet to the sands of Southwold.

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