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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 06:38 am
Some guy from Queensland is going to set China straight:
Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd is to lead a Labor delegation to China later this year to push the world’s fastest growing economy to limit its greenhouse gas emissions.
Good luck with that, Kev. Then again, why are you bothering? China already has stricter emission limits than the US; Sir Nicholas Stern says so! Maybe Rudd should convince his new pal to limit his emissions instead:
In a pre-recorded message, former US vice-president Al Gore, producer of the climate change movie An Inconvenient Truth, praised Mr Rudd for his leadership, singling out his plan to get China on board.
Gore is interfering in Australian affairs! This’ll upset Bob Brown for the rest of the week.
- Rudd’s just cementing himself in the ChiComs’ list of useful idiots.Posted by Young and Free on 2007 03 31 at 06:37 PM • permalink
- Little Kevvie Kow-tow is going to speak truthiness on power in BeijingPosted by eeniemeenie on 2007 03 31 at 07:09 PM • permalink
- Spot the politician! He’s the one making the useless gestures. If he was really interested in limiting greenhouse gases, he’d be in China working with industry on technologies that would save money and cut emissions. As always, these guys never put their money where their mouth is.
And by the way, China is not the world’s fastest growing economy. Macau is.
- #14 simple really.While Journos are naturally supportive of Rudd because he is opposed to Howard, JUST LIKE THEM, true solidarity lies between the band of journalistic brothers. Threaten a bro, and they will all be out to get you regardless of any other useful features. (unless, of course, the journo was Andrew Bolt, but he aint a brother).
- Didn’t Paul Keating once produce plans for the redevelopment of Berlin? He also had some serious ideas on how South-East Asia should be run. Must be a defect in Labor politicians because Gareth Evans also believed he should be the supreme ruler of earth. Still does from his tedious appearances on BBC World News. Carr had more than a touch of megalomania, as did Whitlam. Funny, because they never quite got a grasp on how to the jobs they were elected to do here.
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