Climate change root cause of Syrian war: Britain’s Prince Charles

By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Charles has pointed to the world’s failure to tackle climate change as a root cause of the civil war in Syria, terrorism and the consequent refugee crisis engulfing Europe. The heir to the British throne is due to give a keynote speech at the opening of a global climate summit in Paris next week where 118 leaders will gather to try to nail down a deal to limit rising greenhouse gas emissions. The prince said in an interview with Sky News, to be aired on Monday and recorded before the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, that such symptoms were a “classic case of not dealing with the problem”.

Source: Climate change root cause of Syrian war: Britain’s Prince Charles – Yahoo News Canada

In other news:

King of Sweden calls for banning baths

And recall this: Scientist in 1941 theorized that global warming made people more docile and used that to explain the rise of dictators like Hitler and Muzzolini (i guess Stalin didn’t really fit the theory). Doesn’t this idea at least appear a bit racist toward the swarthy races of warmer climes? And are the people of those climes truly docile? The truly docile are the ones who believe the global warming BS that is taken for science these days.

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