The world’s rich and famous – plus an army of publicists, hangers-on, and mendicants – are attending the COP28 meeting in Dubai, the ostentatious 7-star play-ground capital of the United Arab Emirates where even the police drive luxury sports cars.
We peasant classes who are sitting at home note that climate royalty, including King Charles III from the United Kingdom, John Kerry from America, and Blackouts Bowen from Australia, are all flying there by burning vast amounts of carbon fuels.
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