Hypocritical Head Of UN Environment Program Resigns After Massive Spending On Global Travel

He sure loved flying around the world while telling everyone else to cut back on energy usage.

Erik Solheim was the head of the United Nations Environment Program.

He loved telling people to cut back on energy usage and reduce carbon footprints in order to ‘save the world.’

But, as is usually the case with globalist elites, Solheim had a “do as I say, not as I do attitude.”

He was forced to resign due to massive spending on flights and hotels.

In fact, he spent about $500,000 on travel and accommodations in a mere 22 months.

That’s quite a carbon footprint.

Solheim is similar to Catherine McKenna, who loves to fly around the world at taxpayer expense, racking up a huge carbon footprint, all while telling us to cut back on our energy usage.

It seems the hypocrisy from the globalist elites never ends.

Spencer Fernando

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Don Taylor

liberalism,socialism,marxism,communism

Gonzo trhe magnificent

And super hypocrits

.Peter black

These crooks should be jailed

Alexander S. Romanchuk

Thanks once again for the bad news!

Ed PEEBLES

HE HAS GONE TO THAT GIANT CARBON HOLE IN THE SKY !

Ivan Hawkes

The entire UN are so completely full of hypocritical sheet. “DO AS I SAY, but don’t you dare do as I do.

Dave French

It Seems the HYPOCRISY from the GLOBALIST ELITES NEVER ENDS.!!
► FYI-FACTS: TRUDEAU IS A GLOBALIST ELITE also… he is constantly travelling the Globe & he admires the worthless U.N. & he has made it known that he wants a seat on the U.N. after TRUDEAU is VOTE OUT of PM office in 2019.!! Now CANADIANS know more Real Truths about the scheming & conniving TRUDEAU.!!

Brian Dougan

We’ll all be pedaling our bicycles to work/shopping; while the elites pass us in their expensive autos….giving us the finger.

duane

Solheim and McKenna…Climate Barbie and Ken, eh?☺

Jacinte

That is exactly what David Suzuki was doing. Using a private jet of his to travel around the world to tell people to stop using fuel. Same thing; quite ridiculous.