They say that to a hammer everything looks like a nail, and the same is true when it comes to United Nations bureaucrats and “climate change.” Here’s the latest evidence:
#Extremeweather events around the world have seen lives at risk, like those claimed by recent #flooding in #Japan, and the junior football players just rescued from caves in #Thailand, according to a @WMO expert.https://t.co/BHGZyhJq9P
— UN News (@UN_News_Centre) July 10, 2018
And there’s this from the U.N. weather alarmist in question:
“It is the start of the monsoon season in Thailand,” she said. “I’ve been looking at the weather forecast there for Chiang-Rai, for the region, every day for the past week. Every day it has consistently shown the risk of thundershowers; now they haven’t, fortunately, materialized.”
So the thundershowers she forecast didn’t materialize. She says that’s a result of man-made climate change, but might I offer another radical explanation: She got the forecast wrong. It’s a crazy suggestion, I know.
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) July 11, 2018
They’s SO predictable.