Moonbat Will Combat Global Warming by Living on Iceberg for a Year
Pledging to have perverted sex with a different degenerate every day for a year isn’t the only way moonbats can draw desperately needed attention to themselves. Those who have nothing better to do can live on an iceberg for a year.
The man pictured above is Alex Bellini, a professional adventurer and motivational speaker who plans to live alone on a melting iceberg off the coast of Greenland for one year, to emphasize the urgent need for climate change action.
“Climate change action” refers to the deliberate crippling of the world economy in the name of the debunked global warming hoax, so as to advance the goal of international socialism.
Starting in spring of 2015, Bellini plans to find a suitable iceberg in the northwest region of Greenland, where he will remain for up to a year as it slowly melts. Provisioned with 300 kilograms (661 pounds) of dried food, Bellini will shelter in a survival capsule, the Kevlar-reinforced kind used for ocean oil rigs, until it becomes too risky – at which point he will take to the sea in the capsule, floating adrift until he is rescued.
Sounds like a plan. Except the iceberg might not melt, because in defiance of liberal dogma arctic ice has been expanding.
Bellini might want to pack a blowtorch in case Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate with his asinine stunt. Otherwise he could end up with frozen egg on his face, like the moonbat academics who ventured into Antarctic waters in search of global warming, only to get stuck in the theoretically melting ice and need to be rescued by the carbon-spewing ChiComs.
On a tip from Dean D. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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