No War On Christmas In Bali
December 12, 2007, 02:25 AM
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Ronald Bailey writes from Bali, where globalists who want you to stop driving your pickup or SUV have flown thousands of miles to talk about "global warming." Bali was the site of a savage Muslim terrorist attack in 2002, and another in 2005, but apparently they're not participating in the War On Christmas:
Nusa Dua, Bali — The second week of the U.N.'s annual Climate Change conference, also known as the 13th Conference of the Parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-13), took off on Monday. I have covered four previous meetings—Milan, Montreal, Buenos Aires, Nairobi—and I must say that the 10,000 or so U.N. bureaucrats, diplomats, and environmental lobbyists have outdone themselves this time. The conference center facilities at the Nusa Dua beach resort on Bali are spectacular. If it were up to me, I would make Bali the permanent climate meeting site. (I, on the other hand, am ensconced in a perfectly serviceable business hotel about 7 miles from the resort area. In the spirit of multiculturalism, the lobby features a large artificial Christmas tree and an elaborate Santa figure on the reception desk.)[Reason Magazine - Do the Rich Owe the Poor Climate Change Reparations?]
Maybe your local Town Hall can catch up with the multiculturalism of Bali.