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Saving The World And An Imperial Cities Tour!

November 14, 2016

By Paul Homewood




You know what they say about poor Jack, all work and no play!

Well our heroic planet warriors will have plenty of time for the latter.


COP22 organisers have made sure that the armies of tofu eating, human hating, yogurt weavers have plenty to enjoy, after a couple of weeks of boring each other into early graves.

For instance, they have laid on the Imperial Cities Tour:



Customized stays will be organized to offer to The Conference of Parties (COP22) participants the opportunity to discover Moroccan culture & Traditions.


Day 1: Marrakech – Fez

Full day trip through the forests of Middle Atlas. We go first to Beni-Mellal, then to the sources of Ain Asserdoune, before we take the road of cedars. We will surely meet macaques, which inhabit the forests, and you can enjoy the many breathtaking views of the valleys.

* Dinner and accommodation the hotel

Day 2: Fez

Full day for a complete tour of Fez: Fez contains the memory of 12 centuries of history and reveals the extreme refinement of the Moorish culture.
Spiritual & cultural centre of traditional Morocco: Fez is a city of diversity, unique in its splendour.
The medina narrow streets are animated by many souks, such as the tanners’, dyers’, or, the carpenters’ which is just steps from the Nejjarine fountain. The streets are also marked by places of study or prayer such as the Zaouia of Moulay Idriss which considered one of the most blessed zaouias of Morocco. After lunch in an old palace of the Medina, the tour continues through the picturesque streets of Mellah, former Jewish area, around the Royal Palace and ends in beauty at sunset by enjoying the spectacular view that is offered throughout the city by the north fortifications.

* Dinner and accommodation in Fez

Day 3: Fes – Meknes – Rabat

After breakfast, the morning will be spent in visiting the Roman site of Volubilis, the ancient capital of Mauritania Tangitane. In the afternoon we visit the medina of Meknes, with its walls that represent huge doors, probably the largest in Morocco. It shelters the splendid mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the water house (Dar-el-Ma), the stables of Moulay Ismail (Heri es-Souani) and the huge Agdal pond.
We reach Rabat where we visit the Kasbah of Oudayas, its white and blue houses, its narrow sinuous streets.

* Dinner and accommodation

Day 4: Rabat – Casablanca

After having admired the medina huge front doors, we spend some time in the Andalusians’ garden. The tour continues to the Hassan Tower and Mohammed V mausoleum, and ends with the necropolis of Chellal and its large gardens Continue towards Casablanca

* Dinner and accommodation

Day 5: Casablanca – Marrakech

A whole morning to visit Casablanca. Including Hassan II Mosque, Anfa area, the cornice and the Habous area. Continue towards Marrakech

End of our services



It’s a hard life being an eco-warrior!


But the ones I really feel sorry for are the spouses, when these eco-tards get home. It must be bad enough to put up with weeks of earnest “how we saved the world” claptrap.

But day after day of descriptions about Andalusians and souks must be enough to make them want to put their heads in the gas oven!

  1. Ian Magness permalink
    November 14, 2016 6:44 am

    What is the cost of this please? Me and my 100 fellow delegates from CuckooLand want to go! Of course, the overseas development budget will pick up the tab, so they can charge what they like – and probably will.

  2. November 14, 2016 6:53 am

    It’s a hard life when your snout is deep into the taxpayers’ trough. It must be a real problem deciding whether to go to a session on “Gender and climate change” or a full day trip through the forests of Middle Atlas. Decisions, decisions.

    Don’t most of the delegates take their wives/girlfriends/mistresses on these taxpayer funded boondoggles?

  3. November 14, 2016 7:41 am

    The UNEP should be dismantled

  4. Malcolm Bell permalink
    November 14, 2016 7:54 am

    Who is paying for this? Me?

    • Ian Magness permalink
      November 14, 2016 8:05 am

      You got it in one Michael.

  5. tom0mason permalink
    November 14, 2016 7:57 am

    Tours of Imperial Cities for these UN communist elite nonfunctionaries and wastrels —
    — how very apt!

  6. Athelstan permalink
    November 14, 2016 8:35 am

    Ecotard Commies go on freebie tours! to patronize at the basket weavers stall, to gloat at the goatherds………. I wonder if the beach party ‘all yer can drink ‘n’ eat’ – is thrown in! Wow and woe is us.

    Anyhow, here’s what Brendan O’Neill thinks and he’s right on, bang on [pinched from Guido – H/T]

    Allie B

    Brendan O’Neill has done another good FB post. In the post, the placard he’s referring to says ‘YOUR VOTE WAS A HATE CRIME’.

    ‘Look at this placard on an anti-Trump demo. Just look at it. When people express an opinion, it’s a hate crime. When they criticise Islam, it’s a hate crime. When they talk to members of the opposite sex in the street, it’s a hate crime. When they express religious convictions (Christian ones), it’s a hate crime. When they raise questions about immigration in a Facebook post, it’s a hate crime. When they make an off-colour joke on Twitter, it’s a hate crime. And now when they vote, it’s a hate crime. Democracy itself is hate. To go into a ballot box and put a cross next to the name of the politician you like best — a right people fought and died for — is a hate crime.

    When you tell people that everything they think and say and do is hatred, that their beliefs are hate crimes, that their way of life is hateful, and that even their exercise of the right to vote is an act of hate, is it any wonder that they end up hating *you*? “Hate crime” is now indistinguishable from “thoughtcrime” in that it simply means ideas or opinions the establishment thinks are unacceptable and deserving of punishment. 2016 might prove to be the year the thoughtcriminals fought back. More power to them, I say.’


    Fight them, fight them with all you’ve got and then some more and harangue your MP to drop the green agenda the multiculti Cultural Marxist bullshit, we want the Queen’s English – our language back: snowflakes and the Internationalist elite and the liblavCONs be damned out of existence.

    • Dave Ward permalink
      November 14, 2016 11:17 am

      The politician you like best

      The politician you dislike least

      There, fixed it for you!

  7. David Richardson permalink
    November 14, 2016 9:57 am

    Yes I quite liked the idea of that tour – never been there.

    Oh! wait a minute I am not allowed to fly anywhere am I, even using my own money.

  8. November 14, 2016 10:31 am

    Surely their day of reckoning is approaching. When Donald takes charge in January the US funding tap will be turned off. So this kind of thing may become a thing of the past, or maybe not – maybe some other taxpayers will carry on paying until they too say “no more” and vote for someone who represents their views.

  9. November 14, 2016 12:58 pm

    Athelstan’s posting of Brendon O’Neill’s FB thoughts, pretty much covered the subject. For being one of millions who told the left to pound sand, I am now guilty of a “hate crime?” We aren’t the ones out on the streets creating havoc. This is the result of “everyone gets a trophy” and “self-esteem”. A couple of generations of little princes and princesses are unleashed by the likes of George Soros on the population who did not fall for his line nor fall into line with him.

    Also I learned from the learned media that I am “uneducated”. Guess I’ll have more wall space when i remove my 3 framed diplomas. Also I will gain some bookcase space by discarding my 125 p thesis and 300+ p dissertation.

    As to “saving the world”. The world is not in danger, it does not need saving and if it did we could not do it.

  10. A C Osborn permalink
    November 14, 2016 4:44 pm

    Note that the BBC is ramping up the rhetoric today with the Hottest Year EVAH, plus 16 of the last 17 years have been the hottest EVAH.
    They have all sorts on there explaining how the world is burning up.

  11. Nigel S permalink
    November 14, 2016 7:29 pm

    Casablanca tour is appropriate …

    “I beg of you, Monsieur, watch yourself. Be on guard. This place is full of vultures, vultures everywhere, everywhere.”

    This is a distraction followed by stealing the Englishman’s wallet as I’m sure you’ll all remember.

    “We’ll always have Paris.”

  12. John permalink
    November 16, 2016 4:51 am

    Paul, I wouldn’t “worry” about the spouses. You’ll probably find many of them are on this junket too.

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