Eco-Hypocrite Sting sings about ‘climate change’: ‘Dear leaders, please do something quick’ – ‘Time is up, the planet’s sick’
Sting sings a 'global warming' tune: 'Seems things are worse than some had feared'
Only Sting’s eco-hypocrisy may be on par with Leonardo DiCaprio and James Cameron. And that’s saying something. His lavish lifestyle, which hardly meshes with his environmental message. Imagine the energy required to pay Sting’s bills. Here’s The Daily Mail dishing on Sting’s lifestyle circa 2008: He keeps no fewer than four homes in Britain with his wife, Trudie Styler, including the 800 acre Lake House estate in Wiltshire. The home has 14 bedrooms and 8 baths...Sting’s band The Police topped the list of groups with the largest carbon footprint.
His former cook Jane Martin told an employment tribunal how “opulent extravagance reigned” at the home, and there was “no regard to cost, expense or wastage” of food or drink.
BY CHRISTIAN TOTO
The official video for “One Fine Day,” from the rocker’s new album “57TH & 9TH [Deluxe Edition],” features the following lyrics:
The weather’s just a cycle we can’t change
We’ve pushed those cycles way beyond
Dear leaders, please do something quick
Time is up, the planet’s sick
But hey, we’ll all be grateful
One fine day?
Today the North West Passage just got found
Three penguins and a bear got drowned
The ice they lived on disappeared
Seems things are worse than some had feared