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Stern Brentford Nonsense

People will need to consider turning killers if the world is to conquer climate change, according to a leading authority on global warming.
In an interview with The Times, Lord Stern of Brentford Nylons said: “Wild animals are a wasteful use of water and create a lot of greenhouse gases. They put enormous pressure on the world’s resources."
He said that he was deeply concerned that popular opinion had so far failed to grasp the scale of the changes needed to address climate change, or of the importance of the UN meeting in Copenhagen from December 7 to December 18. “I am not sure that people fully understand what we are talking about or the kind of changes that will be necessary,” he added.

I think that is what he said anyway, so I'm off out to kill as much local wildlife as possible today...

Just because it is better than an old Brentford Nylon's Advert or anything from the noble Lord...


I remember the advert well. It was the source of some humour at school.

I must say I am getting rather tired of those of his ilk preaching at us all the time. We did not elect him to govern us, he is supposed to protect us from tyranny by the executive, not behave like the robber baron of old. I find it quite disgraceful that people are enobled for really having done nothing. And in his case of course, he is set on the deliberate path of doing huge damage to our Country. Like Mandelson, it seems the way to a peerage these days is to see who can do the most damage to our Country.
Good hunting.

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