They said the effects of ‘climate change’ would flood the island

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15 Responses to They said the effects of ‘climate change’ would flood the island

  1. Lee says:

    As with all things “climate change,” an unnecessary and wasteful “solution” to an imaginary problem.

  2. Lee says:

    South sea islanders are really playing us for suckers.

    Their governments must have all thought that they had hit the jackpot when Australia elected probably its most moronic PM.

  3. Megan says:

    Is there no end to the downright ignorance of our current excuses for leadership?

    Preposterously moronic imbeciles. With a PM that is all of that x 1000.

  4. Entropy says:

    Perhaps Albo was handed a one page summary of this news article and felt he had to do something before it is too late: 50m environmental refugees by end of decade, UN warns
    In particular this line:

    New Zealand has already agreed to accept the 11, 600 inhabitants of the low-lying Pacific island state Tuvalu if rising sea levels swamp the country.

  5. Ed Case says:

    Remember Scotty Morrison?
    He wasn’t getting scammed by Pasifika grifters, or giving away tickets to Australia on a whim.
    Albanese, he’s acting like the King Of Australia.
    [Still wondering who his old man really was?
    Not some woggy waiter, that’s for sure.]

  6. NFA says:

    The NZ All Blacks will be accusing Australia and the NRL of poaching their recruiting grounds.

    Why they might want to come to Australia, let alone NZ is beyond me.

    How much will Australia be paying the Tuvaluans to shift and who gets to sell the first resort and casino sites on Tuvalu?

  7. Perhaps the offer could have been made in return for reciprocal rights. A bit of re-colonialism. Have the Chinese sent their real estate values into the stratosphere yet?

  8. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I’m amused that the very first climate refugees from the Carteret Islands still haven’t had to move away from their islands.

    Pacific Atlantis: first climate change refugees (Grauniad, 2005)

    Since then…

    In 2017 the Finnish Embassy in Canberra, which is involved in an aid project, reported that despite the relocation efforts, there are more people than ever living at the atoll, and the atoll has practically doubled its population.[20]

    So according to the wiki they’ve been evacuating so slowly that there are more Carteret Islanders being born than are fleeing.

  9. Charles says:

    Not much concern, it seems, for the effect on Tuvalu of taking out 280 people per year out of a population of 11,000. Mostly young and educated, the numbers leaving will be greater once ‘family reunion’ kicks in.

    Last year I visited Rarotonga (where Albanese signed this thing). Cook Islands is more or less a New Zealand protectorate (semi-independent) and the people can move freely to New Zealand. As a result a lot of young people are leaving, looking for better jobs and careers, and the population of Rarotonga is declining. This is a serious concern locally.

    There is no sign, incidentally, of islands shrinking in Rarotonga, or in Tuvalu for that matter. From 1974 to 2014, Tuvalu increased in area by 2.9 %.

  10. Ed Case says:

    Depopulation of the Cook Islands started in the 1950s.
    They call them Coconuts in New Zealand,
    They started moving from NZ to Australia in the 1990s, New Zealand has gotten too cold.
    They still maintain their land ownership in the Cook Islands.
    Kiwis don’t like them, but the few I’ve met have been nice people.
    PM Sir Albert Henry got notorious during the Fraser Administration, he proposed legalising Weed, as a tourism incentive.
    He didn’t last long after that Faux Pas.

  11. Tony Taylor says:

    Isn’t Tuvalu one of those islands which is getting bigger?

  12. NFA says:

    Forget Tuvalu… Albo has their vote in the bag.

    Albo now has San Fransisco and APEC!

    Potemkin San Francisco sweeps its bums out of sight ahead of China potentate Xi Jinping’s APEC visit
    By Monica Showalter

  13. jupes says:

    As with all things “climate change,” an unnecessary and wasteful “solution” to an imaginary problem.

    Absolutely. Disappointing but totally expected is the media’s lack of curiosity about this scam. Not one ‘journalist’ thought to ask the obvious question: “But isn’t Tuvalu growing?”

    I get that the real reason is to keep the Chicoms out of the South Pacific, however it is galling that the government uses the climate hoax to deceive the Australian people.

  14. NFA says:

    Disagree jupes says: 11 November, 2023 at 12:19 pm

    Fat Albo has just been to kiss the ring of the almighty Panda Xi and then he calls in to the Belt and Road Tuvalu and then the communist Albanese goes to the fraud called APEC in their communist destroyed San Fransisco.

    Sitting on the dock of the bay indeed!

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