Top world leaders talk of climate crisis at U.N. summit


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Oh yeah, they arrived in a Jetstream private jet, slept in a 5 star ultra luxury hotel and had a $1000 dollar breakfast with caviar and rare imported delicacies from all over the world.

All paid for by people living paycheck to paycheck.

But lets deregulate business and let capitalist oligarchs have free rein?

The contradictions for these corporate bought and paid for 'democratically-elected' leaders partying it up in Dubai with fossil fuel feudal lords is a feature, not a bug methinks.

None of them really want to take on these fossil fuel vested interests, they benefit immensely from them personally.

And the obvious contradictions of the sham summit help to fuel division in their electorates.

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Deeds not words is their mantra. World leaders are showing the right intent. May their tribe increase.

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