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A wise man recently remarked that many of the climate hysteria folks were people incapable of handling the smaller seemingly umresolveable conflicts in their own life, so they over compensate as if to prove they can surmount something big.

Evidence here is provided by Prince Charles, a man uncapable of either stopping forgeries from being foisted on an unwitting public at Dumfries House, or managing the paparazi who hounded some of his family into exile.

Charles, grow a pair and lead by example. We don't need you to blither on about pollution especially since most comes from China and India.

Some day this guy will learn when he opens his mouth as king it becomes policy. In the meanwhile tend to your own family.

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Only a revolution in the way the global economy and financial markets work can save the planet from the climate crisis and secure future prosperity, Prince Charles warned on Wednesday.

"We can't go on like this, with every month another record in temperatures being broken," he told CNN in an exclusive interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. "If we leave it too long, and we have done, just growing things is going to become difficult."

The heir to the British throne and lifelong environmentalist was speaking to CNN after he threw down a challenge to the global business and finance elites in Davos to lead a "paradigm shift, one that inspires action at revolutionary levels and pace" to avert the approaching catastrophe.

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