Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Sexual Harassment Charge Takes Out Chairman of IPCC

Top dog climate alarmist and alleged sexual harasser.
Things have decidedly heated up for Rajendra K. Pachauri.

Following allegations of sexual harassment by a female colleague at the Delhi-based Energy and Resources Institute,  Pachuri  has resigned from the organization. He has also resigned as chairman of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change--the organization that Al Gore like to quote.

“The IPCC needs strong leadership and dedication of time and full attention by the chair in the immediate future, which under the current circumstances I may be unable to provide, as shown by my inability to travel to Nairobi to chair the plenary session of the Panel (IPCC) this week. I have, therefore, taken a decision to step down from my position as Chair of the IPCC some months before completion of my term, and with effect from February 24, 2015,” Pachauri wrote in his resignation letter addressed to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.


  1. Well give the poor guy a break. Look at him, any type of come on he attempts makes him a "harasser" with most women out there. Every attempt no matter who the woman is, is like him swinging for the fence but grounding out instead.

    When's the last time you saw a complaint for sexual "harassment" against a really good looking guy?

    1. Exactly. Some of these so-called women are just....pathetic. They think anything is "sexual harassment" these days.

    2. "When's the last time you saw a complaint for sexual "harassment" against a really good looking guy?"

      This reminds me of a quote thats been going around since 50 Shades of Gray came out:

      "It's only attractive because he's rich, young, powerful and good looking, if he had lived in a trailer park it would be an episode of criminal minds"

    3. SNL dealt with the topic of the good looking or ugly guy in this regard:

      "Sexual Harassment and You"

  2. It may be true. It may not be true. What we know for sure is that he's been trying to fuck the productive sector for a long time.