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Climate and Gaza crises share spotlight as world leaders attend COP28

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Hope all those rich bigwigs enjoy their private jets to the show while the lecture us cattle about what we're doing wrong for the climate.

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World leaders, their followers, and their challengers are taking pains and trouble to save Planet Earth from further devastation and ill health. We need to wish them well as they get on the front foot to show their commitment for the wellbeing of Planet Earth, humankind, and their companion species.

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As Kishida flies into the Middle East with the roar of two mighty jet plane engines echoing in his ears, he will be pleased to know that the most sought after car in Dubai is a Toyota.

However, Dubai and environmentalism are so far apart!

The most popular car there is not the Prius but the Land Cruiser with a 5.7 liter engine.

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World leaders, their followers,

Really? With few exceptions, the leaders are corrupt to the bone and don't care a whit about the Earth or most people on it. And their followers should know better than to follow such people.

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With few exceptions, the leaders are corrupt to the bone and don't care a whit about the Earth or most people on it

Who are the exceptions?

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Gaza is certainly in the spotlight and is rightfully targeted by Israel, who is eliminating the terrorists and all those who support the terrorist regime. It won't be long, and the result will be a safer Middle East, and world.

Thankfully Israel is limiting civilian casualties in Gaza, which number only a few hundred, and are civilians used by Hamas as human shields, or are fighting against Israel nonetheless; doesn't really matter though, as this is war.

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Emissions for me but none for you.

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World leaders, their followers, and their challengers are taking pains and trouble to save Planet Earth from further devastation and ill health. We need to wish them well as they get on the front foot to show their commitment for the wellbeing of Planet Earth, humankind, and their companion species

it’s truly fascinating how far gone some people are.

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