Last updated on July 16th, 2017 at 12:49 pm
As usual, Gaia mocks her followers:
More than 1000 people braved the rain in Brisbane today to join politicians and community campaigners in the annual Walk Against Warming rally.
A couple of years previously, in Montreal: “Thousands of people ignored frigid temperatures to lead a worldwide day of protest against global warming.” Warming protesters seem unusually threatened by hypothermia. Back to the Brisbane anti-warming rally:
The turnout was down on predictions of 5000 people with organisers blaming the weather [ed: it was too cold] while commenting that rain usually is associated with the Walk Against Warming.
“I’d be suggesting that premier Peter Beattie be paying us to have Walk Against Warming every month and we can the solve the water crisis,” Queensland Conservation Coordinator Toby Hutcheon said.
Try to keep up, Toby. That’s an old idea: “Global warming protests cure global warming.”
(Via Andrew Bolt, who has reader-supplied pictures of the massive crowd)