Skip to comments.The concert no warmist would applaud (Bono Total Hypocrite...Six 747 Jets, 55 Trucks)
Posted on 11/29/2010 12:00:27 PM PST by Skeez
Bono in Tokyo in 2008:
My prayer is that we become better in looking after our planet.
And the Keen for Green group applauds:
If your (sic) looking for an environmental role model, Irish rockstar, Bono (born Paul David Hewson, May 10, 1960), of the band U2 is a good place to start. Bono ... participated in a tree planting ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan, in 2008, where efforts are being taken to turn a landfill into an 88 hectare forest. Bono has also been active in the Greenpeace community since 1993 when his entire band participated in a protest against a nuclear power plant, Sellafield, in England. And of course, Bono is self-reported avid recycler and drives a car which runs on ethanol instead of gasoline.
Bono in Melbourne in 2010:
U2S 360 Degrees tour, the most expensive rock spectacle ever, is here. The tour, with a daily running cost of $850,000, arrived on six 747 jets
You compare a tour by the number of trucks they use, production manager Jake Berry said. The Rolling Stones ran 46 trucks. We are running 55. This is the biggest.
(Excerpt) Read more at blogs.news.com.au ...
It’s all about feeling good about yourself for “caring”.
It’s no “deeper” than that.
That picture should come with the warning: Boner and Goner.
The cokehead, wife-cheating, foundation fraud, tax cheating Libtard?
Whom are you describing from the story above?
And Bono hides his taxes from the Irish taxman through off-shore accounts...
"The ad shows the pair leaving a plane with a South African landscape as a backdrop and carries the tagline "Every journey began in Africa." They donated their fees to TechnoServe, Conservation Cotton Initiative and Chernobyl Children's Project International.
This morning, I posted this article on my Facebook page with the caption “another do as I say not as I do liberal”
No one responded to my post yet. It figures. U2 is wildly popular & people don’t want to trash bono