John Kerry On Climate : Hypocrisy Of Indoctrination

John KerryJohn Kerry on climate – now there’s a paradox. He has had a sheltered life for most of his years on planet earth – save for those few months in Vietnam from which he returned and began to undermine his country; and even there, it was all more for show than substance. Forty-three years later and his insistent pleas for relevancy have produced a botox-injected parody of a character one might expect to see in an hilarious Britcom along the lines of “Yes, Prime Minister” or “Dad’s Army.”

The picture of him outside St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow last year just about sums up the level of influence he has inflicted upon himself – waiting around for three hours to see Vlad the Bad from Leningrad, is not exactly the portrait of diplomacy anyone would wish to show to the world, let alone to himself. Embarrassing is hardly the word.

Kerry waiting for Putin

The United States of America finds itself in 2014, completely devoid of any quality leadership, diplomacy, strategy, or forward plan for the future. Long memories of the Trumans, Eisenhowers, JFKs, Nixons and Reagans, have faded into oblivion with shallow excuses for presidential acumen falling to pale images of mediocrity from the likes of Carter, Clinton, the Bushes, and now the devastation of Obama. But back to Kerry …

“Climate change can now be considered another weapon of mass destruction, perhaps the world’s most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.” MMmmmm…

In case you’re wondering, flying first class from Washington to Seoul to Beijing to Jakarta to Abu Dhabi and then back to Washington runs up roughly 12.16 metric tons of carbon dioxide, according to CarbonFootprint.com, which uses data from the EPA and Department of Energy. The average American generates about 19 tons of carbon dioxide in a year. So in one week, just from flying from meeting to meeting, Kerry generated about two-thirds the carbon output of the average American in one year.

$7 million yacht RI

So declared Jim Geraghty the other day, in NRO .. Which inevitably leads to this, which of course is the $7,000,000 dollar luxury yacht (on which he refused to pay sales tax of approximately $500,000 to the State of Massachusetts, docking it in Rhode Island instead) which is a massive producer of carbon dioxide. Then there are at least the five homes we know of which, like the mansions that Al Gore owns in various places, are also massive producers of carbon dioxide, to say nothing of the numerous Cadillac SUVs which they drive around in… Geraghty’s advice? “Clearly, he should cut down on the air travel and set an example for the rest of us. After all, we shouldn’t “allow any room for those who think that the costs associated with doing the right thing outweigh the benefits.”

Beacon Hill Boston MA

So! In the interests of avoiding climate change and contributing to WMDs, not to mention doing something about that Democratic bugaboo of income and housing inequality, Kerry should convince his one per cent wife Theresa Heinz-Kerry to convert and sell her four carbon dioxide emitting mansions into public housing for minimum wage workers while he sells his Beacon Hill abode in Boston. They can then take up residence in a simple 2000 square foot apartment suitable for all the entertaining necessary for his job.

John Kerry frankly, has been a hypocrite all of his life, and his recent exploits give little reason for WE THE PEOPLE to change our opinions on that. More’s the pity, that the Republic, with the quality of all the human resources available to us, must keep dipping into the cookie jar of mediocrity, to regurgitate failures the likes of Reid, Pelosi, the Clintons, Biden, Schumer, Rangel, Hagel, Napolitano, Sebelius, Feinstein, Waters, Holder, and the rest of the hypocrites who continually foist their elitism, Alinskyism, and Marxism upon we poor peons – and John Kerry on climate is the hypocrite of hypocrites along with his boss Obama. Time to put the cat among the pigeons.

Finish it off right here …

 

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