Glasgow COP26: Yet Another Last Chance to Prevent Climate Crisis

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

In the well established tradition of climate conferences, conference organisers claim COP26 will be yet another last chance to save the world.

Climate change: UK has ‘one shot’ at success at Glasgow COP26

If the Glasgow climate conference fails to deliver, it could mark the end of the global approach to tackling the problem.

COP26 marks a critical moment for the UN in the long running effort to find a global solution to climate change. 

In December, there was widespread dismay after countries failed to agree on more ambitious steps at the Madrid conference of the parties known as COP25.

Underpinning the lack of progress in Madrid was the huge gap between big emitters such as Brazil, Australia, India, China and US and an alliance of countries wanting to go much faster including the European Union, small island states and vulnerable nations. 

Former UK minister Claire O’Neill has been tasked with presiding over COP26 and delivering an agreement acceptable to all. 

Widely seen as knowledgeable and authoritative, Ms O’Neill says that Glasgow is the best, and perhaps last chance to make progress under the long drawn out UN process. 

“I think we have one shot,” she said, speaking to the BBC at the end of the Madrid conference in December.

“I think if we don’t have a successful outcome next year people will legitimately look at us and say ‘what are you doing, is there a better way?'”

“I think we have this amazing opportunity to get the world together to talk about ambition but crucially to deliver it, and I guess I am really determined to do that.”

Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-51229604

Don’t greens ever get fed up with offering last chances? I mean, surely it is time to move on to “it is now too late”, so we no longer have to endure all the tiresome repetitive hype.

112 thoughts on “Glasgow COP26: Yet Another Last Chance to Prevent Climate Crisis

  1. It is never too late to take Other People’s Money. It’s like the daily telephone call “This is your final notice” (automobile extended warranties).

  2. If indeed COP26 is the actual last chance to save the World, we can all look forward to it and its inevitable failure which will allow us all to just relax and watch the happy plants grow in the future.

  3. Ho-Hum another last shot ?
    Followed by another, then another ad infinitum.
    I had a call from a “boilerhouse” the other day assuring me that this was positively my last chance to get in at the beginning and make some sure fire money.
    All the hallmarks of a scam.

  4. Huh…. Last chances are not nearly as ‘final’ as they used to be in the ‘settled science’, it seems. Will CopOut26, 27, or 28 be the real last chance? 29? 30? ???????????? It’s all soooo unsettling.

  5. “Underpinning the lack of progress in Madrid was the huge gap between big emitters such as Brazil, Australia, India, China and US …. ”

    Australia is a big emitter? Net carbon (sic) sink.

    • Brazil is the same, add both emissions together and the value would still be in the error range of the big 3.

    • That verifiably false statement to include Australia caught my eye too. They are trying play to some guilt factor psychology by including Australia, a common tactic of grievance hustlers here in the US.
      It is how one instantly knows that the UN’s climate change claimants are just a bunch of carnival barkers looking to score some OPM.

    • Australia is quite high measured per-capita, higher than the USA.

      However, there is no excuse for including Brazil, that is included because Jair Bolsonaro has wised up to the alarmists lies.

      • Bingo. Brazil is far down the list of emitters, particularly on a per capita basis. Not that a puny increase in trace gas emissions mattered anyway.

        • Per capita emissions are bogus and misleading. Here in Australia, we are second behind the USA. Does it matter? Not one jot! Australia, as per the O2O-C satellite imagery shows the WHOLE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE is a net “carbon” sink! Anything we do here in Australia in terms or emissions reduction is totally futile!

      • When you are looking at a country’s contribution to global emissions, “per capita” is a meaningless number.

        “Fails to deliver….”WHAT?!? Unless massive reductions starting today from China and India are part of the package, the sum of the reduction goals from the developed world are insignificant based on IPCC’s own calculations of CO2’s impact on temperature.

  6. Reminds me of Buzz Lightyear’s famous line “to infinity and beyond”. Last chance’s never stop.

  7. Last final final chance?
    You must he kidding. Where we up to, 26?
    Why stop the gravy train, the on-the-house booze ups, the private jets are so much fun, five star talk fests now?
    The suckers are catching on to our scam so we may as carry on and enjoy the parties.
    Next thing you know they’ll be suggesting we all stay home, provide our own booze and have a Messenger Video link setup to talk.

      • Somewhere between 50 and 100 centuries as a minimum I would suggest, but hey why should the facts get in the way of a BBC story?

    • Perhaps the BBC should have a chat with her sister, The Guardian and discover the 91 under the ice volcanoes.

      Volcanic eruptions may not reach the surface but could melt the ice from beneath and drastically destabilise it

      Don’t tell me, man-made CO2 caused the volcanoes to grow in the last 40 years.

      Nothing but propaganda from Auntie.

    • Thanks John, have saved this to my ‘BBC Unresearched Climate Propaganda’ file. It’s brilliant. Have to say the report is one of the best examples of BBC bias I’ve ever read – where in each other paragraph, the reporter shoots himself in the foot.

      Love the way huge heated tubs of snow reach boiling point and jet sprayed so holes can be bored in the ice.
      Love to time of year the expedition went to Antartica.
      Love the array of equipment, aircraft & fuel used to achieve nothing.

    • The Antarctic ice sheet is now gaining mass…..

      The Antarctic ice sheet itself has cooled.

      … and there is now hard unequivocal observational evidence that proves humans hydrocarbon burning caused less than 5% of the recent rise in atmospheric CO2. So there is no CAGW and there is no worry about ocean acidification. We are wasting our resources and money trying to reduce hydrocarbon burning for no rational reason.

      Park out the above…

      What you lined to is propaganda.

      BBC has gone all in to CAGW and is starting to issue fake news.

      The BCC propaganda article that you linked to has a fake drawing with the note ‘not to scale’ on it.

      ‘Not to scale’ means the BCC drawing is completely incorrect and was drawing to push the scary propaganda story the cult made, that there is a massive Antarctic ice sheet that is about to fall in the ocean at anytime.

      The BBC drawing is not misleading, it is simply propaganda.

      The fake drawing shows a vast pool of water under a massive ice sheet that is overhanging and about to fall into the ocean.

      The majority of the Antarctic ice sheet is sunk below ground so it cannot jump over the lip to make it to the ocean.

      The propaganda is assuming the ocean level suddenly rises tens of meters and that lifts the ice out the basin it has created.

  8. Even if they do reach some sort of momentous agreement, you can bet your last paycheck that the next year another conference will be needed to iron out some details. And another one after that. Ad infinitum. I hate to sound like a pessimist, but I don’t see anything short of WWIII stopping this gravy train.

  9. At last. The real authentic true actual not kidding or fooling around this time honest cross my heart and hope to die for sure you can trust me would I lie to you I really really mean it last chance. I was just rehearsing all those other times because I wanted to get it right.

  10. “If the Glasgow climate conference fails to deliver, it could mark the end of the global approach to tackling the problem.”

    Best news I have heard for a long time (well, since 12 December)

    Seen some shots on Sky News stating that if the Antarctic ice melts, it could mean a rise in sea level of 60 m. Is that supposed to scare us? Just think, to melt all the ice in Antarctica it will be necessary to raise the world’s temperature by about 60 degrees C. Now that is scary!

    • Due to the high heat of fusion of ice, it can be shown by a heat balance that an imbalance of 1 W/m2 in the Earth’s heat balance over the entire surface of the planet would melt enough ice to raise sea levels by about 0.4 mm per year. At that rate, it would take 150,000 years to raise sea levels by 60 meters.

      The sun supplies an average of about 340 W/m2 total radiation (averaged over day and night over the surface of the globe), so even if there were suddenly no radiation losses to space (an impossible situation due to the Stefan-Boltzmann law), and zero albedo, it would still take over 440 years to raise sea level by 60 meters.

      Never mind how much water the Antarctic ice cap could produce if melted. It will still be frozen for the foreseeable future, for many millenia.

  11. Around 30,000 delegates predicting doom and not changing the climate by one hundredth of a degree.

    Still, it should be good for Glasgow hotels and the Underground, sorry taxis – climate activists never forego the cars and flights we lesser folks must sacrifice.

  12. I like the second last paragraph

    “I think if we don’t have a successful outcome next year people will legitimately look at us and say ‘what are you doing, is there a better way?’”

    This says it all, I can’t add anything to that statement.

    • There’s certainly better ways to accomplish nothing, and they could save taxpayers a lot of money and grief in the process.

      Maybe they should try walking around wearing a sign that says “The End Is NEAR!” while ringing a bell. Then they would convey the same message, with the same degree of credibility, and $Billions could be saved.

      • Not to mention putting thousands of unemployed XR greenie socialists to work doing … something. Millions of sandwich boards have sat idle for far too long!!!

        Front side
        “The end is just around the corner”
        Back Side
        “The End”

  13. “Climate change: UK has ‘one shot’ at success at Glasgow COP26 If the Glasgow climate conference fails to deliver, it could mark the end of the global approach…”

    We live in hope that this is at the very least so.
    Hopefully they’ll get the message — disband the UN-IPCC as it is superfluous to requirements — requirements that are to improve the lot of everyone on the planet and not just these UN elites and their profiteering advocates and partners, who ride this wave of climate hysteria. Requirements that DO NOT penalize Western nations and instills envy and communist advocacy in all the rest.
    The UN’s ‘New World Order’ is just a plan to install monopolies and oligarchs to rule over every aspect of everyone’s life.

  14. What’s the chance of Glasgow having below average temperatures while this talkfest is held. Maybe Greta could go full viking and get rowed over for the invasion, sorry I mean the enlightenment of her new followers

  15. “If the Glasgow climate conference fails to deliver, it could mark the end of the global approach to tackling the problem.”

    It would help if these people told us what they want the conference to deliver. Ban all air travel? Ban all world shipping? Ban all travel using diesel? Close down all oil wells? Or do they have other ideas which would not close down the world as we know it?

    • They’ve made it pretty clear what they want.

      Billions and billions in transfer payments from the wealthy economies to the ‘at risk’ economies. All that other stuff is just smoke and mirrors to keep the rubes happy. What really matters to the big players is that the cash spigot gets cranked open wider than it already is, and that they get assurances that it will continue to cranked open indefinitely.

  16. The UK has never had much TV coverage of COPs – Katowice and Madrid. At Glasgow we may get shots of hundreds and hundreds of mad looking ethnics arriving by jet aircraft and tumbling about getting their free food chits from the welcome desk. Perhaps impoverished Guinea will have 400 delegates AGAIN. Who will head up the UK delegation? 43 at Katowice headed by a nonentity called Young. Did UK ‘adopt’ or merely ‘note’ at Katowice? I never found out. What did it cost? Let’s hope for massive coverage at Glasgow including a tally of the titles of the ‘workshops’. Guinea a minute (joke).

  17. Gravy Train No 26 coming your way shortly. Get your tickets now. The penultimate apocalypse starring the usual caste of demented simpletons. Only Glasgow can save the planet – God (whoever you are) help us!

  18. Glasgow’s the last place on the planet you want to go if you’re trying to convince anyone the world’s getting warmer!

    • We currently have a Scottish government which thinks that Scotland is too warm. I would advise anybody who is coming to Glasgow in November to bring un umbrella and plenty of warm clothing.

      • “We currently have a Scottish government which thinks that Scotland is too warm.”

        LOL! Thanks, Bill! 🙂

        • Well, it’s no less hilarious that the Canadian government thinks that Canada is too warm. Hahaha!

      • The polis reckon that the security costs alone will be hundreds of milions. I bet none of those numpties turn up in Castlemilk for a vegan burger.
        The prospect of hundreds of balloons prancing about Buchanan Street in fancy dress at the expense of the taxpayer makes my blood boil.

    • One can only hope that Glasgow is inundated with a monster snowstorm that week to drive the point home. I can’t think of a better visual than climate delegates walking into a global warming conference surrounded by meter-high piles of shoveled snow.

    • Scotland isn’t that the country still rebounding from the last time they had a mile of ice on top like Sweden ?

  19. Just to be clear, the ‘Claire O’Neil’ in the piece is not the Claire O’Neil who was a shadow minister but Claire Perry who was Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in the Second May ministry. In which position she was absolutely useless.

    However, there is now a report that Labour would ditch Perry as COP26 President. See https://www.businessgreen.com/news/3084113/cop26-labour-to-ditch-claire-perry-oneill-as-un-climate-summit-head

    It’s interesting that while she was in office she went by the name, Claire Perry, while now, out of office, she adopts to tag her maiden name, O’Neil, to the married name, Perry.

    I had many bouts of fruitless correspondence with her and she is a closet fan of Monbiot (they were at Uni together).

    • …a report that Labour would ditch Perry as COP26 President

      You seem to have missed that we had a General Election since that piece was written. Spoiler alert… Labour didn’t win it.

      • Rob, you seem to gave misunderstood my comment. Claire Perry was Tory minister but was sacked by Boris as soon as he took over. The point about Labour was brought up in the link I provided. They wanted to protest her appointment which I guess they are entitled to do. Perry is an alarmist, one step away from being an XR devotee.

    • The Moonbat gave his clear opinion of her in his guardian Column. To quote: “A firebrand who wanted to nationalise the banks and overthrow capitalism, plunged first into banking, then into politics”.
      https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/mar/31/wealth-creators-klepto-rewards-bosses

      As a government minister her main achievement seems to have been the driving force behind the laws for age verification of certain websites catering for particular tastes; a bad idea, not thought through and abandoned before implementation.

      Then you have to wonder why she whitewashed a £600k conflict of interest by the chair of the government committee on climate change.
      https://order-order.com/2019/02/14/government-whitewashing-lord-debens-600000-green-scandal/

      So watermelon- check
      Taste for authoritarian laws that don’t work – check
      Questions over opaque green financial dealings – check

      Sounds like the perfect candidate to lead the jamboree.

      • Roy, these things and these people should never be forgotten: Perry, Monbiot, Deben, Bryony Worthington, Miliband, Mann, Jones, Hansen, Attenborough and so many others. Add to that the carpet-baggers who have profiteered on the back of renewable energy. I hope my grandson will witness a comeuppance. My writings and papers are bequeathed to him (he will have a lot of reading!). There he will find the words from names like Watt, Booker, Ball, Lindzen, Monckton, Eschenbach, Soon, Carter, Montford, et al (so many left out!) [Sigh]

  20. Glasgow COP26 may not be all that effective given the 2019-nCoV virus will still
    be in circulation.

    Half the Asian participants will be wearing face masks… if they can find transport
    to get them there.

    Greta would look weird in a face mask.

  21. If the Glasgow climate conference fails to deliver

    If? The SNP are famous for their failures, so the right people are in place.

    Have you ever noticed the similraity between Nicola Sturgeon and “Wee Jimmy Krankie”? It’s unkannie…

  22. What utter s#=t.

    COP26 marks a critical moment for the UN in the long running effort to find a global solution to climate change. 😐

    They will ask for billions, Greta will arrive by yacht, or be dropped of at a secret location in a helicopter, and they will speak the same old rubbish, eat fine foods, drink wine and champagne, then FLY to the next country they want to rob 😐

    • Don’t think that Glasgow goes in for fine food, fine wine and champagne – in fact those IPCC delegates will be slumming it a bit; but you can bet that motor mouth Nicola Sturgeon will use it as a platform for that other hardy perennial – Scottish Independence

  23. “COP26 will be yet another last chance to save the world”

    It will be yet another chance to save the UN bureaucracy although it’s way past time to get rid of it.

  24. If COP proves a failure and spontaneous combustion becomes a near certainty; and given that Flash Gordan was purely a mythical character – we can all stop worrying about it and Greta can go back to learning her ABCs with what little time there is left.

  25. of all the peoples that could REALLY make the COPcrowd feel very UNwelcome n desirous to go home Id say the Scots would be pretty close to the list toppers.
    a few very blunt Scotsmen used to public speaking etc
    pitty Jimmy Connelys not up to it anymore

  26. If only I had a dollar for every time a Climate Scientologist thought this or that gathering of those scaredy cat pantywaists was our last chance to save the planet. Why, I’d be rich enough to buy a Lear Jet to take to a COP meeting. I could stay at a luxury 1st class hotel. Not that that’s what I’d do with my windfall, mind you. Just sayin that I could AFFORD toa. Hell, I might even buy a football team. Money… it’s a gas… share it fairly but keep your hands off of my stack.

  27. Every time I hear “final chance” it reminds me of Henny Youngman’s famous line:
    “My doctor told me I had six months to live. I couldn’t pay the bill so he gave me another six months.”

  28. From the article: “Underpinning the lack of progress in Madrid was the huge gap between big emitters such as Brazil, Australia, India, China and US and an alliance of countries wanting to go much faster including the European Union, small island states and vulnerable nations.”

    I think the bureaucrats at the EU are about the only ones seriously pushng this planetary CO2 control. The other big CO2 producers are not interested, and the small CO2 producers are only in it for any potential money they can get. And no doubt, there are a few zealots in every country. But there are inconsequential.

    Losing Steam. When Germany goes broke trying to implement their exit from the use of CO2, then even the EU will give it up.

    Even if you believe “The Science” as currently set forth by the alarmists, it is telling us that we are not in a danger zone when it comes to CO2. Just about every new estimate of CO2’s impact is lower than the last one. That’s why the IPCC lowered the “tipping point” from 2C down to 1.5C because the estimates are going lower, so they have to lower their official tipping point in order to keep up the fear level.

    Eventually, even the dumbest people will understand that CO2 is a benign gas when it comes to human health, and that fossil fuels are essential to the future. We are getting closer to that point. That’s why these meetings are not making any headway.

  29. Yes, “there is a better way “, Clare. Stop shoving this nonsense down our collective throats, acknowledge the inevitability of natural climate variability and work on common sense environmental practices and mitigation measures as they become necessary. You cannot “fight” climate change in the same way that you cannot “fight” solar activity.

    • The “fight” is to protect the gravy train. The same people are also queuing up to protect their investments in HS2 and Huawei.

  30. Will there also be a few “Glasgow Kisses” on offer?

    “A headbutt. Within Glasgow itself the term ‘Gorbals kiss’ is often used, referring to the most dangerous area of Glasgow. It is hypothesised that within Gorbals it is known as a Crown Street kiss; and on Crown Street it is called a Number 73 kiss; and at Number 73 it is known as Steve’s kiss. Steve, however, calls it whatever the fxxx he wants to.”

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Glasgow%20kiss

  31. Don’t greens ever get fed up with offering last chances?

    Those Glaswegians are likely to be fed up, with all that decreases, their health benefits, like food electricity, and the annual haggis throwing contest.
    Ever heard of Green puree , so let’s look forward to the Jocks -v -those green pussies.

  32. I live on ‘the other side’ of Scotland, and am seriously depressed that this jamboree is coming to Glasgow.
    Our political problems here are more complex than in the wider UK.
    The SNP who still bang on about Scottish independence despite losing the relevant referendum, owe a debt to the Greens for political support in the Scottish Parliament.
    So far we have lost our coal-fired power stations, and now face the closure of the two nuclear power stations as well . Soon we’ll be down to one gas plant and wind power.
    COP26 will be in December, so the wailing and frothing over Brexit will be at its peak, and the SNP will be wanting to paint themselves as pro-EU planet saviours to their electoral base in the west of Scotland.
    I fear that it will be a truly horrible time.
    We recently had the XR fools here protesting outside a local investment manager’s office.
    I spoke to a young chap, and had a civil discussion, but it was clear that he was utterly convinced about a
    climate emergency’.
    Nothing I said could dissuade him.
    There are tens of thousands of such people coming here. The idea makes me shudder.
    If there’s any climate-realist group planning to run something educational in Glasgow at the time, I’d be happy to volunteer.

  33. [QUOTE FROM ARTICLE] Former UK minister Claire O’Neill has been tasked with presiding over COP26 and delivering an agreement acceptable to all.

    Widely seen as knowledgeable and authoritative, Ms O’Neill says that Glasgow is the best, and perhaps last chance to make progress under the long drawn out UN process.

    “I think we have one shot,” she said, speaking to the BBC at the end of the Madrid conference in December.

    “I think if we don’t have a successful outcome next year people will legitimately look at us and say ‘what are you doing, is there a better way?’” [END QUOTE]

    Yes, there is a better way. Stop holding global-warming meetings, and use the money to build sea walls around low-lying cities, if they are in danger. You might need some fossil fuels to run the earth-moving equipment.

    But Ms. O’Neill and her fellow attendees would miss out on all that great Scotch whiskey.

  34. It appears we have “crossed the line” so many times that we must be doomed by now. LMAO. This constant doom porn is so cartoonish that I can’t help but think of Bugs and Sam

  35. Give them the Glasgow Kiss:

    A headbutt. Within Glasgow itself the term ‘Gorbals kiss’ is often used, referring to the most dangerous area of Glasgow. It is hypothesised that within Gorbals it is known as a Crown Street kiss; and on Crown Street it is called a Number 73 kiss; and at Number 73 it is known as Steve’s kiss. Steve, however, calls it whatever the f*** he wants to.

    Love ain’t like the movies
    it blisters and bruises
    and knocks you about with its fists
    It Leaves you a wreckage
    all postaged and packaged
    and sealed with a Glasgow kiss
    — Sealed With A Glasgow Kiss, Carter USM.
    #glasgow#kiss#headbutt#head#butt#gorbals kiss#gorbals#scottish kiss
    by J. Z. Knuckles June 24, 2006 https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Glasgow%20kiss

  36. 30,000 delegates? Where are they all coming from? It’s an expensive business funding conference delegates. Since a huge proportion of the delegates come from Africa, I assume that they are not paying their own way. So….I assume that the UN are ramping up the African delegations just to get the numbers up to 30,000. And we are paying for it. How much do they get in expenses each day ($300? more?). I’d like to hear from some of these African delegates. How they are chosen. Where they stay while at the conferences. What it’s like each day, attending conference events.

    Any chance of getting hold of info of this type?

  37. “Former UK minister Claire O’Neill has been tasked with presiding over COP26 and delivering an agreement acceptable to all.
    Widely seen as knowledgeable and authoritative, Ms O’Neill says that Glasgow is the best, and perhaps last chance to make progress under the long drawn out UN process.
    “I think we have one shot,” she said, speaking to the BBC at the end of the Madrid conference in December.
    “I think if we don’t have a successful outcome next year people will legitimately look at us and say ‘what are you doing, is there a better way?’”

    Another UK General who commands their troops to “do better”, “suck it up” and “reduce CO₂”; followed by the commands “up and over” and “charge!”.

    That is, global participants who refused to participate and kill their economies in COP25 will suddenly collapse their objections and will kill their economies?

    Nah! Won’t happen.
    Ms. Perry O’Neil brahs demands may cause many doors to shut in her face.

  38. Who pays for the EU’s €1tn green deal?

    Tackling climate crisis is laudable, but the plan pushes the European Central Bank into a legal grey area
    But much of that €1tn for the commission’s proposed green deal would be generated through financial-leverage effects. In 2020, the EU will formally allocate for such purposes only around €40bn, most of which is already included in the budget from previous years; arguably, only €7.5bn of additional funding under the plan would actually be new.
    As with the previous commission’s 2015 Juncker plan, the trick, once again, will be to muster the lion’s share of the quoted sum through a shadow budget administered by the European Investment Bank (EIB). The commission, after all, is not allowed to incur debt; but the EU’s intergovernmental rescue and investment funds are
    In essence, the EU is doing what the major banks did before the 2008 financial crisis, when they circumvented regulation by shifting part of their business to off-balance-sheet conduits and special-purpose vehicles. In the case of the EU, the guarantees offered by the commission and individual EU member states are sufficient for a high credit rating, and thus for the issuance of European debenture bonds. The funds generated will be used for public and private purposes, and sometimes even for public-private partnerships. But should the guarantees be called in one day, eurozone taxpayers will be the ones to foot the bill.
    These planned shadow budgets are problematic, not only because they would allow the commission to circumvent a prohibition against borrowing, but also because they implicate the European Central Bank
    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/jan/23/who-pays-for-the-eus-1tn-green-deal

  39. Timmermans kicks off debate over landmark EU ‘Climate Law’
    The main objective of the new law will be to “discipline everyone, especially on the political side, to deliver on this promise” of climate neutrality by 2050, Timmermans said
    The European Commission launched a public debate about the EU’s upcoming Climate Law on Tuesday (28 January), with a view to enshrining the bloc’s 2050 “climate neutrality” target into binding legislation before the UN climate conference in Glasgow later this year.
    https://www.euractiv.com/section/energy-environment/news/timmermans-kicks-off-debate-over-landmark-eu-climate-law/

  40. I thought that COP21 was the last word or last chance saloon for planet saving stuff – nope. Each succeeding COP generates more hysteria.

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