Friday, September 16, 2011

Today's question: Should we transfer billions of your hard-earned dollars to the Maldives as CO2 reparations, so that they can use the money to finance a huge new airport and underwater golf course in an attempt to increase fossil-fueled tourism that will allegedly kill every person in the Maldives?

The Maldives’ $500 Million “Green” Island and Underwater Golf Course | Haute Living Magazine
This golf course will be placed five minutes from Male International Airport, making it a quick trip for those awaiting connecting flights. The Republic of the Maldives hopes that this will increase tourism revenues, which is the biggest contribution to the country’s economy.

With an estimated cost of $500 million, it is due to be completed in 2015.
Flashback: Bummer: Given that the 2009 Copenhagen climate hoax conference failed, trace amounts of CO2 will allegedly kill every single person in the Maldives
A journalist asks Nasheed in the film: If the conference doesn’t achieve its goals and sea levels rise, what options are there for the Maldives?

Nasheed is leaning on his elbow, his face in his palm. He looks the journalist square in the eye and says: “None. We will all die.”
Flashback: Maldives Plans For Drowning By Building Huge New Airport Next To The Ocean | Real Science
They are obviously really worried about global warming and sea level rise and any other way to scam money out of stupid bankrupt western governments.

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