“The Big Issue”

According to Twitter, “The Big Issue” at COP-26 is that they are serving hamburgers.

6:16 AM · Nov 3, 2021

The problem isn’t that they flew in on private jets in order to tell everybody else to cut back on their lifestyle.

7:16 AM · Nov 1, 2021

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18 Responses to “The Big Issue”

  1. william says:

    it’s a hard sell –
    https://www.businessinsider.com › most-vegetarians-go-back-to-eating-meat-2014-12?op=1
    STUDY: 86% Of Vegetarians Go Back To Eating Meat. Dennis Green. …

  2. Dave Ramm says:

    I think what Charles means is that WE, have to change to live like HE does!

  3. aido says:

    I guess nobody got invited to tell them that CO2 doesn’t matter

  4. Ron says:

    They figure the cattle will just do as they are told. It would be interesting to follow the money and see how these people plan on getting rich off of what they propose.

  5. Bob Cherba (@rbcherba) says:

    I think I’ve seen photos of Prince Charles’ prime cattle herd at one of his princely estates — or maybe it was a castle. If Charles is really serious about the need to critically change our way of living, why hasn’t he gotten rid of his cattle, and multiple outsized “homes,” airplanes, ships/yachts, etc., etc., and led the way on this “critical” change. Unlike Charles and the other participants in COP-26, the vast majority of us “walk the walk,” mostly out of necessity.

    • Reba says:

      Meet for me, but not for thee. Double standard anyone? Does anyone believe what they say except for recent commie college graduates?

  6. Logic n Reason says:

    The whole methane myth is a scam largely propagated by PETA and vegan fanatics . The amount of methane present in the atmosphere is so minuscule that it isn’t worth talking about and yet we are told that cattle farts are a major contributor to climate change.

  7. John says:

    These people are about to get schooled as the cold weather rolls in and the electricity grid collapses. They will be singing a different tune in January.

  8. kzvx says:

    I’m British and I have zero respect for Charley boy – complete buffoon

  9. Steve Cooksey says:

    If I give up my beef I’m poaching the King’s deer.

  10. Graeme No.3 says:

    Why didn’t the Glasgow Tourist Board insist that delegates be served the local ‘delicacy’ –
    deep fried Mars Bar?

  11. Francis Barnett says:

    “cattle farts are a major contributor to climate change”
    Most of the methane from cattle comes out of the other end of the cow.
    The enormous herds of bison that roamed the prairies of north america were estimated at some 60 million head total. We wiped them out all but a few survivors today.
    It made no difference to the climate did it?

  12. AV says:

    Whether its fake climate change or vaccines that are totally ineffective. Nobody seems to care about actual data and facts anymore. It seems the only thing is following the official rhetoric.
    There appears only 3 possible reasons for this.
    1.Humans have devolved and are becoming far less intelligent.
    2.The elites are faking it by obfuscating the truth to follow a nefarious plan of destruction.
    3. A mass mesmerism has taken hold of a vast majority of humans.

    • Reba says:

      All of the above. Plus we’ve turned away from God.

    • Vegieman says:

      And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. 2Thesalonians 2:11,12

  13. Linda says:

    If God wanted us to be vegans He would have put vitamin B12 in carrots.
    It’s only in meat and without it you die, after first getting a broken nevous system and dementia.

  14. Liam says:

    There is another way of expressing the maths:

    Charles emitted in 11 days the same carbon that the average Briton uses in 18 years!

    By extrapolation, if the 11 days is typical of his usage, then he uses in a year what the average Briton produces in 597 years!

    Even if his annual usage is at a rate of a quarter of the ”11 Days” then he is still using what the average Briton uses in 149 years.

    Ah there is a new meaning to ‘Give us back our 11 Days’.

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