‘We’re facing a mass extinction event,’ claims Bob Geldof
Live Aid founder and activist Bob Geldof has warned that the human race may be extinct within 15 years because of climate change.
However, the singer tried to inject a note of positivism into his gloomy predictions. “Just because you may not believe that progress is possible, that should not prevent you from trying for it,” he said. “The alternative is finality.
“We need to be more human. Less Irish. Less Cameroonian. Less Chinese. Less Russian. More human.”
However, Sir Bob then disappeared down a philosophical route that baffled most of the audience, many of whom do not count English as a first language. “The ordinary trouble of ordinary days doesn’t seem to matter much,” he sighed. “We are in the great existential age of our humanity. We somehow feel we’ve missed something’s that’s greater than ourselves and we don’t know what it is or how to find it.”
He finished his address apologising for being “bloody miserable”. “Just get on with it,” he told delegates, before leaving the stage.
TAP – no details like chemtrails, poisons in the water supply, diesel being promoted as a fuel replacing petrol/gasoline at every turn. Just maximum fear output. Useless twerp. Or rather probably in the ‘entertainments’ game, knowing how to keep his Zionist masters happy. Otherwise his name would have disappeared without trace along with his music. Another version of Bono. Fame at any price.