Guess What Gets Blamed For The Pakistan Flooding By Islamic Nations?
I know, you immediately thought “Bush!” Nope, sorry, it is our old, tired, brokedown and in a nursing home friend, globull warming
The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has blamed the flooding in Pakistan on “global warming,” even though scientists are generally wary of linking any single or series of weather events on climate change.
Uh huh. Those same Climate Creationist scientists who will use weather events themselves when it is convenient.
The bloc of 56 Islamic states held an emergency meeting in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, and agreed to consider setting up an emergency fund to respond to future disasters like that one now unfolding in Pakistan, where millions of people have been displaced.
So, they aren’t actually, you know, doing something? Just an agreement to consider doing something?
Addressing the gathering, OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu attributed the flooding to climate change.
“We have to act instantly and decide on the best way forward to support Pakistan which has been struck by the effects of global warming and climate change,” he said. “Indeed, the Islamic world is paying a heavy price resulting from the negative repercussions of climate change.”
A good chunk of them live in desert regions that was probably vast forest land prior to 1980, or whatever year the alarmists are using. (Gates of Vienna has a long post on the OIC and Ihsanoglu)
Somewhat related, a little Islamist has filed a complaint with the EOC against Disneyland, because she wasn’t allowed to wear a hijab at work, despite it being completely against the dress code, which she knew when she was hired, and refusing to take back office work instead. Is this an attempt at Islamification, or simply a little liberal being annoying and demanding?
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