George Bush’s ‘white room’.

Bush held a meeting with the world’s top polluters a few days ago.

What came of it?

Nothing.

Like an empty white room.

But this one has a dark black exit. The other nations were angry, very angry.

The UK’s response;

… behind closed doors of course.

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7 Responses to George Bush’s ‘white room’.

  1. Dave On Fire says:

    Unfortunately, all these climate talks have slipped under the radar a bit, first with Ahmedinajed in New York and then with Burma.

  2. matt says:

    Yeah, I noticed that too. Hardly a mention of this UN Climate Change meeting, which actually opened the new UN session. No small statement.

  3. Pete Smith says:

    For some reason this reminds me of Churchill’s remark about Clement Atlee:
    “An empty taxi drew up in Downing Street and Atlee got out”.
    While I’m at it, another Churchill line (about Stanley Baldwin) could equally well be applied to Bush:
    “He occasionally stumbled over the truth, but hastily picked himself up and hurried on as if nothing had happened”

  4. earthpal says:

    While our attention was on those appalling incidents of people-oppression in Burma, very few people heard about the 50 or so climate activists who were arrested outside the State buildings at the UN climate summit. From what I can gather, they were *peacefully* protesting and broke no laws. Seems that Western governments too have a tendency to silence their citizens if they dare to get too proactive.

  5. Lucky7Star says:

    I simply adore the classic understatement of English comedy.

  6. matt says:

    Bush is an exotic smelly flower found in the depths of an Amazonian depression called arseholeas. They are rare and very dangerous. The only way to deal with one is to chop off its head, boil it in used McDonalds chip fat and send into space.

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