US ambassador to Mexico: Climate change will sink Cuba

There are 6 comments on the Apr 29, 2010, Freerepublic.com story titled US ambassador to Mexico: Climate change will sink Cuba. In it, Freerepublic.com reports that:

The political problems between Cuba and the United States will be resolved in 50 years when the island disappears under water because of climate change, said Carlos Pascual, the U.S. ambassador in Mexico City.

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Jan

Germany

#1 Apr 29, 2010
for Gods sake
some where in the world some dummy still believes that humans can control the weather

Al Gores stooges are not scientists they are salesmen of ideas

Ula Moody does have a PH.d (3 to be exact) Doctor dirt as she is called claims no one ever asks her group of PH.d's because the answer cuts into their bottom line

climate change has been proceeding since the beginning of time it is only human arrogance that proclaims we can control it
Joaquin Fernandez

Dubai, UAE

#2 Apr 29, 2010
What an ignorant person!!!!
Jan

Germany

#3 Apr 30, 2010
Joaquin Fernandez wrote:
What an ignorant person!!!!
that's all you got pendejo

what some beaner on a street corner tell you this crap was real and you believed him

no evidence exists that global warmer is happening but there is a whole lot of evidence that earth has warmed and cooled several times over the past 600 million years all by its self
Dick Patt the Diplomat

Norfolk, VA

#4 Jan 7, 2012
How about Jesse Ventura becoming America's newest ambassador to Cuba!?
Maria

Daphne, AL

#5 Jan 10, 2013
Do you ever think about your kids that you haven't seen in thirty years or the grandchildren you have never mer?
Sirius

Irapuato, Mexico

#6 Jan 10, 2013
US ambassador to Mexico: Climate change will sink Cuba

Posted on Jueves, 29 de Abril de 2010 04:29:04 p.m. by mgstarr

Mexico - The political problems between Cuba and the United States will be resolved in 50 years when the island disappears under water because of climate change, said Carlos Pascual, the U.S. ambassador in Mexico City.

Mr. Pascual, born in Havana in 1959, was introduced as an “expert in climate change and renewable energy” at a Forum called Green Business Expo held at a private university in Mexico City. In his talk he referred to the effect of global warming and rising sea levels in areas such as Florida and Cuba, according to CNN [Spanish language].

"We do not have to worry much in the United States about Cuba because the environment will eliminate the problem for us,"

Pascual said, "unless Fidel Castro can live for another 50 years and he has powers that we don’t know so far."

Pascual holds a B.A. from Stanford University and obtained a Master Degree in Political Science at Harvard’s School of Government. Cuban media has qualified the remarks of the US ambassador as “arrogant and heavy-handed”.
A news from 3+ years ago.

For being a native-born Cuban, he seems not to be real emotionaly attached to his birthplace.

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