Nepali cabinet to "meet on Everest"

Only a few days ago we had the Maldives cabinet all pissing in the sea to highlight the “dangers of climate change”, and now we have the Nepali government, heading up Everest to do the same (the air’s pretty thin up there, maybe they’ll all pass out…). And, as always, uncritically reported by our own moonbat media, The Sydney Morning Herald:

The Cabinet will meet at the Everest base camp later this month, just ahead of an international climate change conference next month in Copenhagen, Denmark, Forest and Soil Conservation Minister Deepak Bohara said.

Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal and other Cabinet members will fly by plane to the 5,300 metre camp [and the carbon footprint of that is, exactly? – Ed], the starting point for mountaineers attempting to climb the world’s highest mountain.

Bohara said the meeting is an attempt to highlight the problem of melting glaciers in the Himalayas.

Glaciers are melting at an alarming rate, creating lakes whose walls could burst and flood villages below. Melting ice and snow also make the routes for mountaineers less stable and more difficult to follow. [And that’s caused by climate change, of course. Couldn’t be anything else, oh no – Ed].

Barking climate madness.

Read it here.


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