Environmentalists meet, promote business activity

William D. Zeranski
Anytime there is a world event with the environment on the agenda, you have to wonder. Who's involved.  What's being talked about?   What's really going on? 

During the World Business Summit, Copenhagen, Denmark, "leading international CEOs, scientists, economists and thought leaders will help shape a new sustainable economy."  This pitch being:

"Don't miss this one chance to demand what your business needs to develop and implement solutions that will boost the world's economy and safeguard our planet."

So, that great gathering of brains and experience must have really thought some deep thoughts and gotten into the nitty-gritty of the economic-environmental framework. All one of the peripheral participants had this to say was this: 

"We've been extremely busy. Politicians also need to relax after a long day," says ‘Miss Dina', herself a prostitute.

Yes, the sex trade was busy, busy, busy!  The two day event produced a ‘spike' in the local economy. 

Good for the economy

Nyhedsbrevet 3F called various escort agencies and prostitutes to hear whether they had been busier than normal during the climate conference - and all agreed; summits in Copenhagen are good for the economy.

Okay, this is funny, but somehow, when you get right down to it, in regard to taxpayers worldwide, who in the future will have to pay the bill, this melding of the environmental agenda and the sex trade seems bloody symbolic.
Anytime there is a world event with the environment on the agenda, you have to wonder. Who's involved.  What's being talked about?   What's really going on? 

During the World Business Summit, Copenhagen, Denmark, "leading international CEOs, scientists, economists and thought leaders will help shape a new sustainable economy."  This pitch being:

"Don't miss this one chance to demand what your business needs to develop and implement solutions that will boost the world's economy and safeguard our planet."

So, that great gathering of brains and experience must have really thought some deep thoughts and gotten into the nitty-gritty of the economic-environmental framework. All one of the peripheral participants had this to say was this: 

"We've been extremely busy. Politicians also need to relax after a long day," says ‘Miss Dina', herself a prostitute.

Yes, the sex trade was busy, busy, busy!  The two day event produced a ‘spike' in the local economy. 

Good for the economy

Nyhedsbrevet 3F called various escort agencies and prostitutes to hear whether they had been busier than normal during the climate conference - and all agreed; summits in Copenhagen are good for the economy.

Okay, this is funny, but somehow, when you get right down to it, in regard to taxpayers worldwide, who in the future will have to pay the bill, this melding of the environmental agenda and the sex trade seems bloody symbolic.