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September 14, 2007

Nobel Laureate Demands More Poverty

The caliber of Nobel Peace Prize recipients hasn't improved much since the all-time lows hit when the award went to soul mates Yasser Arafat and Jimmy Carter. 2006 laureate Muhammad Yunus has been flapping his arms and screeching that it is "a matter of life and death" that poverty be imposed on the planet in the name of the global warming hoax.

Yunus yelps that his native Bangladesh is bearing the brunt of the climate change apocalypse. It will soon be submerged beneath a sea that he claims is rising three millimeters per year.

To interpose a little sane perspective, at this rate it would take the sea more than a century to rise one foot. Since the sea level naturally fluctuates (just like the climate), it's unlikely that it will keep rising for over 100 years — but not as unlikely as the notion that we could do anything about it.

Now back to Yunus' lunacy:

The worst part of it is, we (developing nations) are imitating the world which created pollution. So our lifestyle is imitating the lifestyle of the people who have already led the way. That is the most dangerous part of it.

In other words, he doesn't like it that developing nations are working their way out of abject poverty. Yunus wants poor countries to stay poor, and rich countries to become poor. Then Gaia will smile upon us for having sacrificed our well-being in obeisance.

Again we see that moonbats are not just wrong, but evil. Their objectives are to dismantle civilization and impose misery on the human race. But not to worry — I'm sure they're doing it for our own good.

How the Nobel laureate wants people to live.

Posted by Van Helsing at September 14, 2007 6:38 AM


The Moonbat ideal of a perfect society is along the line of Pol Pot - empty the cities and send off the peons into the fields to be worked to death.

Posted by: Anonymous at September 14, 2007 7:32 AM

Yunus wants poor countries to stay poor, and rich countries to become poor.

I don't think you got this right. Think you need to know more about Yunus's vision and Microcredit.

Well I am not sure why you despise him. Perhaps because his first name is Muhammad?

Posted by: Rezwan at September 14, 2007 3:00 PM

I followed your link and found NOTHING to help your case, I followed MORE links and finnaly found an artical that seemed to rag on "the big countries" as per the new communism. Read about the millions killed to further the communist cause.

>>Well I am not sure why you despise him. Perhaps because his first name is Muhammad?

In the future, don't play the RACE CARD, it's f***ing retarded.

Posted by: KHarn at September 14, 2007 3:49 PM

Read several articles on this guy. His bank concept was quite good and has been beneficial in getting capital to small entrepreneurs. He does seem misguided however concerning the direction of technology in his country. I believe Bangladesh needn't go through the "smoke-stack pollution" phase that's rampant in Eastern Europe on the way to cleaner technology. He's apparently been getting some bad advice in this area and it's too bad because he's otherwise done a decent job helping his people.

Posted by: fellowes at September 15, 2007 7:59 PM