According to Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist, private jets preparing to leave Germany for the Dubai Climate Change Conference became stranded in a snowstorm.

“Private jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier,” Maue wrote.


The hypocritical global elite wanted to travel on private jets to lecture the working class on carbon emissions.

“The 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, more commonly referred to as COP28, is the 28th United Nations Climate Change conference, being held from 30 November until 12 December 2023 at Expo City, Dubai,” Wikipedia writes.

Temperatures are rising, right?

The climate cult incessantly preaches rising temperatures will destroy humanity.

Yet, Munich got hit with a massive snowstorm.

The German city reportedly experienced its heaviest snowfall in 20 years.

“The heaviest snowfall in #München for almost 20 years has brought both road traffic and public transport to a virtual standstill. Bus, tram and S-Bahn operations were completely stopped today,” Unwetter-Freaks wrote (translated).


“All flights were grounded at Munich’s airport Saturday after a winter storm dumped snow across southern Germany and parts of Austria, Switzerland and the Czech Republic, affecting travel across the region,” the Associated Press reports.

From AP:

After initially announcing a halt in air traffic until noon on Saturday, the airport later announced flights would be canceled until 6 a.m. Sunday. Other airports in the region, including in the Swiss financial capital, Zurich, also announced weather-related delays and cancellations.

Trains to and from Munich’s central station were also halted, Germany’s national railway said, advising passengers to delay or reroute their journeys. The news agency dpa reported that some passengers in Munich and the nearby city of Ulm spent Friday night on trains due to the halt.

In Munich, no buses or trams were operating as of Saturday afternoon, the local transit authority said. Some subway and regional train lines were also affected by the weather.

Downed trees left “many thousands” of people without power across the state of Bavaria, the utility company Bayernwerk told dpa.

Social media users reacted to reports of the private jets frozen on the Munich runway:


Per Bloomberg:

Heavy snowfall disrupted travel in southern Germany and parts of neighboring Switzerland and Austria, with hundreds of flights delayed or canceled so far.

Munich, Germany’s second busiest airport, took the main hit. It was forced to close at around 10:35 p.m. on Friday night and isn’t expected to reopen until Sunday. Some 760 flights were scheduled for Saturday.

That shutdown had knock-on effects for Frankfurt airport, Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s top hub, which is “experiencing an increase in aircraft and passenger traffic,” according to a statement.

In Switzerland, at 22 departures and 21 arrivals were canceled at Zurich Airport because of continuing snowfall. Additionally, de-icing procedures added some 20 to 40 minutes to take-offs, delaying departures.

Is this what they mean by ‘climate justice?’

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