Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Prince Charles gobbles carbon credits

Prince Charles, the man who claims climate change is "the biggest threat to mankind", is now comparing the challenge of changing weather to the fight against the Nazi's in World War II.

Prince Charles compared the challenge of tackling climate change to the Allies' struggle in World War II during a speech to business leaders Tuesday.

Addressing representatives from firms including Barclays Bank, British Airways and Rolls-Royce at Saint James's Palace, Charles said that "we need to act very rapidly indeed" to avert environmental disaster.

"We can do it, just think what they did in the last war. Things that seemed impossible were achieved almost overnight," the heir to the throne added.
Godwin's Law applies to all.

1 Comment:

Elaine said...

I think you are going to have to add another link for enviro-dummies.

"Addressing representatives from firms including Barclays Bank, British Airways and Rolls-Royce at Saint James's Palace, Charles said that "we need to act very rapidly indeed" to avert environmental disaster."

Oh yeah I can see British Airways, and Rolls-Royce shutting down their businesses cause' they got the word from the horse-face who will never be king.