A shameless display of bollocks

The Daily Chimp

Fuck me, you would think that these useful idiots would stick to singing instead of scaremongering for the elites.

However, the twat could be right when he says that we could only have 17 years to live… But not because of ‘climate change’ – formerly known as global warming till the fucktards realised that Earth is in fact cooling down.

We may well only have 17 years to live if we don’t get rid of the elites and confine the likes of Geldof to the has been dustbin.

You will notice that it is young people these abominations are targeting… You know, the kind of people obsessed with celebrity.

Here is a suggestion for Richard Branson too … Do something to benefit the human race with all those billions you have banked instead of brainwashing our young… Cunts

 

 

 

 

The end of the world is nigh, says Bob Geldof as he predicts climate change could wipe out humans in the next two decades

  • Geldof, 61 warns of ‘mass extinction’ and that ‘we may not get to 2030’
  • Live Aid founder says that his generation has let down today’s youth
  • He insists the ‘next war will not be a WWI or WWII – it will be the end’

By MARK DUELL

PUBLISHED: 15:37, 6 October 2013 | UPDATED: 15:39, 6 October 2013

 

We could have less than 17 years to live – thanks to climate change, Bob Geldof has warned.

The 61-year-old Live Aid founder told young people at a conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, that there will be ‘a mass extinction event’ and admitted his generation had let down today’s youth.

Speaking to delegates from 189 countries, the former Boomtown Rats singer said ‘we may not get to 2030’ and warned: ‘The next war will not be a World War One or a World War Two – it will be the end.’

Warning: Bob Geldof speaks at the One Young World summit at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South AfricaWarning: Bob Geldof speaks at the One Young World summit at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa

 

Concern: Mr Geldof warned of 'a mass extinction event' and that his generation has let down today's youthConcern: Mr Geldof warned of ‘a mass extinction event’ and that his generation has let down today’s youth

 

Mr Geldof, who was speaking at the One Young World summit, said: ‘The world can decide in a fit of madness to kill itself. Sometimes progress may not be possible. We’re in a very fraught time.’

As young people shouted and blew on vuvuzela instruments at the Soccer City stadium, Mr Geldof added that young people must ‘get serious’ about how they can help, reported the Daily Telegraph.

 

 

He finished by telling delegates at the summit on Wednesday evening that he was sorry for being ‘bloody miserable’, adding that his advice would be to ‘just get on with it’.

Scientists warned last month that the Earth is set for more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels that could swamp coasts and islands as greenhouse gases build up in the atmosphere.

Summit: Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan (centre) addresses delegates during the opening ceremony for the One Young World summit. Mr Geldof is pictured centre right, next to Sir Richard BransonSummit: Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan (centre) addresses delegates during the opening ceremony for the One Young World summit. Mr Geldof is pictured centre right, next to Sir Richard Branson

 

Summit: Astronaut Ron Garan (left) with Mr Geldof (centre) and Sir Richard Branson (right) at the eventSummit: Astronaut Ron Garan (left) with Mr Geldof (centre) and Sir Richard Branson (right) at the event

 

But despite these dire predictions, they admitted global warming was likely to be more gradual than they previously thought and that world temperatures have barely changed in the past 15 years.

‘The world can decide in a fit of madness to kill itself. Sometimes progress may not be possible. We’re in a very fraught time’

Bob Geldof

 

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change stated in its first report for six years that global warming is ‘unequivocal’ – and it is ‘95 per cent certain’ human activity is the ‘dominant’ cause.

But others questioned the credibility of the predictions, pointing out that the IPCC’s research had signally failed to predict the ongoing ‘pause’ in rising world temperatures.

Irishman Mr Geldof organised the Live Aid concert in 1985 in London and Philadelphia for the Ethiopian famine – and famously caused controversy by swearing at TV viewers to send money.

Then in 2005 he staged the Live 8 concert series in South Africa and the G8 states – France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US, UK, Canada and Russia – to put pressure on the group to help Africa.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2446613/The-end-world-nigh-says-Bob-Geldof-predicts-climate-change-wipe-humans.html#ixzz2gxeq3lsq
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