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Sep 25 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Delusional Daydreams of Total Tyranny

Despite sanctimoniously posturing as a climate warrior, Hollyweird’s Leonardo DiCaprio chooses to live a life of conspicuous consumption:

He has bought three properties since February: a $10 million apartment in New York’s Greenwich Village, an $8 million apartment adjacent to his existing $4 million one in the city’s Battery Park, and a $5.2 million, six-bedroom, 1.34 acre mansion in Palm Springs. He also owns a large waterfront home in Malibu.

Such excess has a majorly negative impact on the environment. According to the World Economic Forum, buildings contribute around 40 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, consume huge amounts of natural resources, and are major solid waste and water pollution generators.

How does he reconcile this with his authoritarian rhetoric regarding the need to micromanage the carbon dioxide that is produced by literally all human activity? Simple: by declaring the following before the United Nations:

“This disaster [i.e., the conspicuously nonexistent global warming crisis] has grown beyond the choices that individuals make. This is now about our industries and governments around the world taking decisive, large-scale action.”

I know it isn’t easy to take this twerp seriously, but he is part of political movement that has as its explicit goals the control of all productive human activity and the drastic reduction of our standard of living, so maybe we should try.

As with the wannabe global hegemons who attempt to inflict tyranny through the UN, DiCaprio’s control freak fever dreams are highly ambitious. He yelps,

“Protecting our future on this planet depends on the conscious evolution of our species.”

Liberal masterminds have now taken upon themselves the responsibility of supervising the evolution of the human race. Maybe these lunatics really do think they can control the very weather through government coercion.

DiCaprio arrived in New York to deliver his rant in a private plane. Yet we peasants will be traveling by bicycle if not on foot if he and those like him are able to impose their agenda.

On a tip from Mr. Mentalo.



48 Responses to “Leonardo DiCaprio’s Delusional Daydreams of Total Tyranny”

  1. chronos the wonder pig says:

    in order to balance out Leo’s carbon footprint, thousands of us have to live in houses made of dried poop

  2. Chronos Z. Wonderpig says:

    in order to balance out Leo’s carbon footprint, thousands of us have to live in houses made of dried poop

  3. jorgen says:

    Amazing that a mediocre actor like DiCaprio earn that kind of money!

  4. saturn says:

    Amazing that a mediocre actor like DiCaprio earn that kind of money!

  5. TED says:

    http://media.cagle.com/91/2014/09/22/154036_600.jpg
    YES, but we’re not allowed to speak of it…

  6. TED says:

    http://media.cagle.com/91/2014/09/22/154036_600.jpg
    YES, but we’re not allowed to speak of it…

  7. TED says:

    I wonder if he was in the anti-capitalism march.

  8. TED says:

    I wonder if he was in the anti-capitalism march.

  9. Mr. Mentalo says:

    There was a reason the French revolution went the way it did for aristocrats.

    Leo and his friends better remember that.

  10. Mr. Mentalo says:

    There was a reason the French revolution went the way it did for aristocrats.

    Leo and his friends better remember that.

  11. SineWaveII says:

    Simple solution. Boycott his movies until he has to give up all of that conspicuous consumption.

  12. SineWaveII says:

    Simple solution. Boycott his movies until he has to give up all of that conspicuous consumption.

  13. whotothewhat says:

    We should start a pool as to which house Decrapio will be found dead in after a night of Erotic Asphyxiation, I am putting my vote for the place shown above.

  14. whotothewhat says:

    We should start a pool as to which house Decrapio will be found dead in after a night of Erotic Asphyxiation, I am putting my vote for the place shown above.

  15. He is typical of actors, who can’t handle reality very well. If it wasn’t for the controlled environment of a movie set, he’d be wandering around with a bottle in a bag. As it stands, we have moments of insanity, but not enough that any intervention happens. Maybe the butler fetches him quickly back to Royal Palace #1 with some illegal drugs and floozies to set him at ease?

  16. He is typical of actors, who can’t handle reality very well. If it wasn’t for the controlled environment of a movie set, he’d be wandering around with a bottle in a bag. As it stands, we have moments of insanity, but not enough that any intervention happens. Maybe the butler fetches him quickly back to Royal Palace #1 with some illegal drugs and floozies to set him at ease?

  17. Dan Northrup says:

    Gilbert Grape just went full retarded. You never go full retard. Maybe if he lived as he preaches he would have more credibility. I would suggest the small house movement for him. At least then I would i respect him instead of being irked by his hypocrisy. BTW Nice green grass he has at that mansion out in Palm, hope it’s fake, not like there is a drought or anything.

  18. Dan Northrup says:

    Gilbert Grape just went full retarded. You never go full retard. Maybe if he lived as he preaches he would have more credibility. I would suggest the small house movement for him. At least then I would i respect him instead of being irked by his hypocrisy. BTW Nice green grass he has at that mansion out in Palm, hope it’s fake, not like there is a drought or anything.

  19. Donna M says:

    By the way. A monumental tribute paid to the “ECO-TERRORISTS” that built luxury homes on the California coast line! The toxic, tetragen causing, polluted runoff into the Pacific’s beaches and ocean. is causing massive sealife die off!! Thanks sooo much, lwonardo!

  20. Donna M says:

    By the way. A monumental tribute paid to the “ECO-TERRORISTS” that built luxury homes on the California coast line! The toxic, tetragen causing, polluted runoff into the Pacific’s beaches and ocean is causing massive sealife die off!! Thanks sooo much, leonardo!

  21. Donna M says:

    Hey, didn’t leonardo make a movie about a hypocrital, irresponsible commune, engaged in freeloving, pleasure driven lifestyle on a tailand beach? Whose “leader” was willing to kill to protect the lifestyle at all costs?

  22. Donna M says:

    Hey, didn’t leonardo make a movie about a hypocrital, irresponsible commune, engaged in freeloving, pleasure driven lifestyle on a tailand beach? Whose “leader” was willing to kill to protect the lifestyle at all costs?

  23. Buffalobob says:

    Does he burn his recyclables in those fireplaces?

  24. Buffalobob says:

    Does he burn his recyclables in those fireplaces?

  25. Agrippa says:

    Need to go back to Byzantine times, when actors were considered one step below prostitutes. This nit-wit is truly pathetic — ranting on about something he knows nothing about, all the while living the “high-life” on other peoples’ dimes (well, dollars, since it now costs a small fortune just to go to one of his loser movies).
    It’s called “Hypocrisy,” there, Dudley! And yours is certainly showing!

  26. Agrippa says:

    Need to go back to Byzantine times, when actors were considered one step below prostitutes. This nit-wit is truly pathetic — ranting on about something he knows nothing about, all the while living the “high-life” on other peoples’ dimes (well, dollars, since it now costs a small fortune just to go to one of his loser movies).
    It’s called “Hypocrisy,” there, Dudley! And yours is certainly showing!

  27. DinaRehn says:

    NY Times Goes Full Moonbat: ‘Alaska Is Going To Be the Next Florida’
    It’s something you would expect from a sanity challenged fringe blog or from the usual suspects such as the Democratic Underground or the Daily Kos. Instead the latest example of global warming wackiness is coming from the Gray Lady herself, the New York Times. This is an actual unchallenged quote in a Times article by Jennifer A. Kingson “Alaska is going to be the next Florida by the end of the century.”

    Got that? Not in millions of years but by the end of this century. Of course no data is provided to back up this assertion. In fact the rest of the wild predictions in the article also fail to be backed up by any data other than the claim that computer models project these outcomes. One thing to be said about the New York Times in Moonbat Mode is that their desperation to “prove” global warming can be hilariously entertaining as we shall see:

    If you do not like it hot and do not want to be hit by a hurricane, the options of where to go are very limited,” said Camilo Mora, a geography professor at the University of Hawaii and lead author of a paper published in Nature last year predicting that unprecedented high temperatures will become the norm worldwide by 2047.
    “The best place really is Alaska,” he added. “Alaska is going to be the next Florida by the end of the century.”

    – See more at:http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2014/09/25/nyt-goes-full-moonbat-alaska-going-be-next-florida

  28. $59154503 says:

    NY Times Goes Full Moonbat: ‘Alaska Is Going To Be the Next Florida’
    It’s something you would expect from a sanity challenged fringe blog or from the usual suspects such as the Democratic Underground or the Daily Kos. Instead the latest example of global warming wackiness is coming from the Gray Lady herself, the New York Times. This is an actual unchallenged quote in a Times article by Jennifer A. Kingson “Alaska is going to be the next Florida by the end of the century.”

    Got that? Not in millions of years but by the end of this century. Of course no data is provided to back up this assertion. In fact the rest of the wild predictions in the article also fail to be backed up by any data other than the claim that computer models project these outcomes. One thing to be said about the New York Times in Moonbat Mode is that their desperation to “prove” global warming can be hilariously entertaining as we shall see:

    If you do not like it hot and do not want to be hit by a hurricane, the options of where to go are very limited,” said Camilo Mora, a geography professor at the University of Hawaii and lead author of a paper published in Nature last year predicting that unprecedented high temperatures will become the norm worldwide by 2047.
    “The best place really is Alaska,” he added. “Alaska is going to be the next Florida by the end of the century.”

    – See more at:http://newsbusters.org/blogs/pj-gladnick/2014/09/25/nyt-goes-full-moonbat-alaska-going-be-next-florida

  29. 762x51 says:

    “Maybe if he lived as he preaches he would have more credibility.”
    Same can be said for Al Gore, Prince Charles, RFK, Jr., Nasty Piglosi and a coal powered steamship full of others.

  30. 762x51 says:

    “Maybe if he lived as he preaches he would have more credibility.”
    Same can be said for Al Gore, Prince Charles, RFK, Jr., Nasty Piglosi and a coal powered steamship full of others.

  31. 762x51 says:

    At least yours has dried.

  32. 762x51 says:

    At least yours has dried.

  33. octa bright says:

    Actually, it is not impossible that Alaska will someday have Florida’s climate. With continental drift tens of millions of year in the future it may end up in the tropics. But not by 2047.

  34. octa bright says:

    Actually, it is not impossible that Alaska will someday have Florida’s climate. With continental drift tens of millions of year in the future it may end up in the tropics. But not by 2047.

  35. Jodie says:

    I still see DeCaprio as the little retarded kid picking his nose. I have never been able to enjoy him in any of his movies.

  36. Jodie says:

    I still see DeCaprio as the little retarded kid picking his nose. I have never been able to enjoy him in any of his movies.

  37. 762x51 says:

    Furthermore, he should remember it and change his ways – QUICKLY or chop, chop.
    Maybe we could sub that work out to ISIS, they are set up for it already.

  38. 762x51 says:

    Furthermore, he should remember it and change his ways – QUICKLY or chop, chop.
    Maybe we could sub that work out to ISIS, they are set up for it already.

  39. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I see him less as the enemy and more as the enemy’s yapping dog. Deserves contempt more than animosity. I save the animosity for those holding DeCaprio’s leash. If there is a revolution (hope not, and don’t think ti will get completely barbaric if it does happen on some scale), that may not save him and his ilk.

  40. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    I see him less as the enemy and more as the enemy’s yapping dog. Deserves contempt more than animosity. I save the animosity for those holding DeCaprio’s leash. If there is a revolution (hope not, and don’t think ti will get completely barbaric if it does happen on some scale), that may not save him and his ilk.

  41. ronwf says:

    The fcat that Leonard Di Caprio is declaring anything in front of the U.N. is an excellent reason to discount any further significance of either Leonard DiCaprio or the U.N.

  42. ronwf says:

    The fcat that Leonard Di Caprio is declaring anything in front of the U.N. is an excellent reason to discount any further significance of either Leonard DiCaprio or the U.N.


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