Epic hypocrisy: 1,700 private jets fly to Davos to discuss perils of 'climate change'

With the World Economic Forum, the premier gathering of the world’s elite, convening in Davos, Switzerland, private jets are as thick as locusts in the air over Zurich Airport.  Seventeen hundred of them, according to Twitter feed of Flightradar24:

— Jack Taylor (@LordJackTaylor) January 20, 2015

Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit has the best response: “I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people who tell me it’s a crisis start acting like it’s a crisis.”

This epic event surpasses even the moment 11 years ago when Sean Hannity interviewed Robert F. Kennedy live on air, and after hearing how we all must cut back on our carbon emissions, asked the crusading flyboy where he was going next, and if he was taking a private jet.  The stammering response and justification of how important it was that he be exempted from the rules he would have others follow will always be with me.

With the World Economic Forum, the premier gathering of the world’s elite, convening in Davos, Switzerland, private jets are as thick as locusts in the air over Zurich Airport.  Seventeen hundred of them, according to Twitter feed of Flightradar24:

Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit has the best response: “I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people who tell me it’s a crisis start acting like it’s a crisis.”

This epic event surpasses even the moment 11 years ago when Sean Hannity interviewed Robert F. Kennedy live on air, and after hearing how we all must cut back on our carbon emissions, asked the crusading flyboy where he was going next, and if he was taking a private jet.  The stammering response and justification of how important it was that he be exempted from the rules he would have others follow will always be with me.