Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Climate change as religion and dharma

The head of the IPCC is accused of sexual harassment.
Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), resigned today following accusations of sexual harassment by a former employee at the energy think tank he heads in New Delhi.
Pachauri, 74, did not travel to Nairobi this week for the IPCC meeting due to a police investigation into a complaint filed Feb. 13 by a 29-year-old employee. According to to the complaint, she accused Pachauri of sending text messages and emails since September 2013 that were inappropriate (ClimateWire, Feb. 19).
Oops. Emails full of naughty words being exposed to the public? Say it ain't so.. Well, can't really call this "climategate" 2 or whatever. The only anthropomorphic heat being generated is the legal mess Pachauri is finding himself in. Let's face it, if she's got sexy emails from him he's done.

The best part for me though, is when he announces that his work is not just his job, it's his religion.
"For me the protection of Planet Earth, the survival of all species and sustainability of our ecosystems is more than a mission," he wrote. "It is my religion and my dharma [duty]." sic
 That's the most blatant admission from any "climate change" politician I've ever heard.

1 comment:

  1. Pachauri has made plenty of money from this scam. That's his religion