Copenhagen Snow: Copenhagens Maritime Climate Turns Snowy for Christmas

As world leaders fly through snow storms to get to Copenhagen and the climate summit that is turning our to be more of a climate foothill, a blizzard has literally dumped on the city which normally enjoys a maritime climate. Forecasts are for the first white Christmas in Copenhagen in 14 years and only the seventh in the last century.

White Christmas for Copenhagen

This from Gerald Warner at the Telegraph:

When your attempt at recreating the Congress of Vienna with a
third-rate cast of extras turns into a shambles, when the data with
which you have tried to terrify the world is daily exposed as ever more
phoney, when the blatant greed and self-interest of the participants
has become obvious to all beholders, when those pesky polar bears just
keep increasing and multiplying – what do you do?…

This week has been truly historic. It has marked the beginning of
the landslide that is collapsing the whole AGW imposture. The
pseudo-science of global warming is a global laughing stock and
Copenhagen is a farce. In the warmist camp the Main Man is a railway
engineer with huge investments in the carbon industry. That says it
all. The world’s boiler being heroically damped down by the Fat
Controller. Al Gore, occupant of the only private house that can be
seen from space, so huge is its energy consumption, wanted to charge
punters $1,200 to be photographed with him at Copenhagen. There is a
man who is really worried about the planet’s future.

If there were not $45trillion of Western citizens’ money at stake,
this would be the funniest moment in world history. What a bunch of
buffoons. Not since Neville Chamberlain tugged a Claridge’s luncheon
bill from his pocket and flourished it on the steps of the aircraft
that brought him back from Munich has a worthless scrap of paper been
so audaciously hyped. There was one good moment at Copenhagen, though:
some seriously professional truncheon work by Danish Plod on the
smellies. Otherwise, this event is strictly for Hans Christian Andersen.

Read Gerald Warner’s article for the whole story of just how ridiculous Copenhagen has become.