Take a few minutes out of your day to listen to Boris Johnson’s speech at the COP 27 summit in Egypt.
You may have heard methane making more sense while negotiating its way through a cow’s digestive system:
This man was prime minister of the United Kingdom for three years.
No wonder the country is in the state it’s in now.
And, inevitably, he skated right over his own climate change denial.
Fortunately, here’s Maximilien Robespierre to remind him of it:
The decision on the Cumbria coal mine, mentioned in the clip, was delayed for a third time only at the beginning of this month.
So we see in Johnson a man who says one thing now, but whose government did the opposite when he was in charge – and whose successor (Rishi Sunak) is continuing in similar vein.
And if you want to learn about his contribution to COP 27, I have a nice little article right here.