June 7, 2006, - 3:25 pm

Thanks, U.N., for the Tip

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Yet more evidence that your U.N. dollar buys you less. And why the U.S. should end its practice as the U.N.’s highest paying John.
A U.N. report says that the world’s deserts are under threat from global warming as never before because there’s a “lack of water” and “parched regions.” Allegedly, this lack of water and parchness is making wildlife face dramatic changes.
Gee, doesn’t seem to be hurting Vegas. But then, it’s civilized.
Since much of the world’s deserts are dominated by Islamo-fascists and poisonous snakes (oops, was that redundant?), we really wouldn’t mind if they had less water (see the alleged “global warming” has its good uses). But they never had much water to begin with. It’s a D-E-S-E-R-T.
A lack of water, scarce water supplies, and parched regions in a desert? NO WAY! Just incredible. Next, the U.N. will be telling us that ice cream is cold and soup is hot (unless it’s fruit soup).


Let Them Eat Sand

Thanks for the tip, Kofi, baby. And just how much did we pay for this piece of rocket science?

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The other topic of that U.N. report states that global warming is responsible for why ocean water is as wet as it is. It says that today’s oceans, seas, and lakes have never been as wet as they are in the 21st century. It also states that, on a scale of 1 to 10 on the wetness scale, today’s oceans rank 7 (10 being the wettest).

Thee_Bruno on June 7, 2006 at 4:52 pm

Debbie,
I understand your point about various Arab groups but I think the main premise was primarily the underlying desalinization of those parts/fringes of various deserts that, at this time, are barely arable and therefore unable in the futute to sustain the agricultural needs of those people who live in these areas.
In turn, we may find that unless there is either a significant reversal of the climactic changes or a net emigration by these people (unlikely, unless invited as workers to the EU…subtle sarcasm there), then there’s going to be the potential for even greater negative economic changes within these countries which ultimately, in the future, will end up needing even greater amounts of US funding to keep these nations “afloat”, at it were.
In other words, this does represent a future, foreign policy dilemma.
I do agree with your point regarding the need for the UN’s report upon this—this is an issue that has been studied ad nauseum by so many groups, that, from my perspective, the UN report is just a summary. You’ll find that Israeli research centers have done a lot of work on this issue already.
Okay, I’m done…..
Jim

jim on June 7, 2006 at 5:07 pm

I heard an interview with this fellow who says that the whole solar system is heating up, and that it is a cyclical event: first global warming, then an ice age. It has happened this way at least six times.
I’ll bet the Mexicans will be glad we built a fence then.
But what to do about starving Islamists. I hear virgins are plentiful. What’s it up to now, 50?, 60? I read in the Islamofascist’s Cookbook that when cooked in crude oil, a virgin tastes just like tapioca…that’s been cooked in crude oil.

The Plumber on June 7, 2006 at 5:51 pm

Just read on another site about American National Parks.
Control of the National Park System is under the United Nations.
When in the hell did this happen? We, the American people were never told about it!

mickie on June 7, 2006 at 6:19 pm

Quote from Debbie…
“Since much of the world’s deserts are dominated by Islamo-fascists and poisonous snakes (oops, was that redundant?), we really wouldn’t mind if they had less water (see the alleged “global warming” has its good uses). But they never had much water to begin with. It’s a D-E-S-E-R-T.”
In my humble opinion, it’s Charles Darwin’s theories hard at work.

Rich B on June 7, 2006 at 9:55 pm

Isral took a small patch of desert and changed it into a small paradise in the middle of the desert. The Arabs, being too stupid to learn from the Isrealies want to destroy Isreal and change in back into a desert, like every other third world hell hole they control. I agree with the caption on the picture. Let them eat their sand. If we could find an alternate energy source and we didn’t need their oil anymore, most Muslim countries would revert back to a bunch of nomadic tribes wandering around the desert.

Architect on June 8, 2006 at 12:31 pm

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