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By Greg Gutfeld
So, at the opening of the U.N. climate change summit on Tuesday, a hundred or so world leaders (including our own President) were greeted by a thirteen year old girl from India, named Yugratna. Her name might seem complicated to western ears, but her message was simple: we're just not doing enough to fight global warming. She added, “Please help: Qaddafi asked me to Applebee's.”
Anyway, here’s a key rule one must know about left-wing propaganda: that once they trot out the kids, you know you're being fed a pile of crap the size of Al Gore's houseboat. Using pubescent pawns is based on the successful belief that no one dare question children – because they're smaller and weaker than adults – and for the most part, sincere. Also: they're adorable and can make up damaging stories about you if you don’t submit to their fickle wishes.
So you know if anyone at that meeting were to stand up to Yugratna, and say, “Hey kid, shouldn't you be in school instead of trying to ruining our economy based on phony science,” you'd be stoned to death. With knives. Made of stone. Shaped like knives.
So, dammit: God bless Czech President Vaclav Klaus. The world's gutsiest leader went after the U.N. for this shameless BS, saying “It was sad and …frustrating. It’s a propagandistic exercise where 13-year-old girls from some far-away country perform a pre-rehearsed poem. It’s simply not dignified.”
See, Klaus is a skeptic on global warming – and he's no dope. He realizes, like a growing number of experts in the scientific community, that climate change is more likely naturally based – not the fault of evil humans. It's too bad, however, that politicians, like our own Obama, would choose to listen to a teenage girl instead.
Maybe if Klaus got pigtails, things would change.
And if you disagree with me, then you're probably a racist.