TRUMP CANCELS PARIS ACCORD CLIMATE CHANGE SCAM IN NOD TO AMERICAN SOVEREIGNTY
Trump dumped the climate change scam known as the Paris Accord, or the
Paris Climate Agreement. “I was elected to represent the citizens of
Pittsburgh, not Paris,” he said. Liberals are crying and screaming,
creating multiple hashtags, and blaming Trump for ending the human race.
Published on Jun 2, 2017
Jones breaks down how the Paris Climate Accord was nothing more than a
way for the globalists to establish a global tax to fund their global
Trump Says No To Climate Profiteers Of Doom
we are in the final showdown over the Paris Climate Agreement. Tread
carefully…..propaganda filled waters ahead…. Don’t believe the hype.
National Review reported way back in April of 2016 “Unsurprisingly, the
sum of many pledges to do nothing is: nothing. When the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology compiled the pledges and compared them with its
own preexisting projection, it found a temperature reduction by 2100 of
only 0.2°C. When the analysts compared the pledges with the projection
created by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change back in
2000, they found no improvement at all. While everyone else both
literally and figuratively mailed in their commitments, the president
pledged a dramatic reduction in U.S. emissions: 26 to 28 percent below
their 2005 level by 2025. To further grease the skids of international
diplomacy, he committed the United States to lead the transfer of $100
billion in annual “climate finance” from the developed world to the
developing countries that are pledging nothing.”
Alex Jones breaks down the meeting of global elites at Bilderberg as President Trump prepares to exit the Paris Climate Treaty.
Paris climate accord is a largely symbolic gesture that even supporters
acknowledge lacks enforcement mechanisms and, even if successful, will
have a statistically insignificant impact on the climate.
reports that U.S. carbon emissions will fall over the next decade —
regardless of whether America remains in COP21 treaty.
Vatican would see U.S. Paris deal exit as slap in face – official
CITY (Reuters) – The Vatican, which under Pope Francis’ insistence has
strongly backed the Paris climate change deal, would see a U.S. exit as a
slap in the face and a “disaster for everyone,” a senior official said
At their meeting last month, the pope gave U.S.
President Donald Trump a signed copy of his 2015 encyclical letter that
called for protecting the environment from the effects of climate change
and backed scientific evidence that it is caused by human activity.
Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin urged Trump in a separate meeting not to quit the Paris accord.
he really does (pull out), it would be a huge slap in the face for us,”
said Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, head of the Pontifical Academy of
Sciences, which has hosted numerous international conferences on climate
“It will be a disaster for everyone,” he told the Rome
newspaper La Repubblica. In a telephone call with Reuters, Sanchez
Sorondo confirmed the comments in the newspaper.
Trump was due to
announce his decision later on Thursday. A source briefed on the
decision has told Reuters in Washington that he will follow through on
his campaign pledge to pull the United States out of the global
A withdrawal “would not only be a disaster but
completely unscientific,” he said. “Saying that we need to rely on coal
and oil is like saying that the earth is not round. It is an absurdity
dictated by the need to make money.”
Trump has called the idea of global warming a hoax.
13:3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his
deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
After months of keeping the world in suspense about his intentions, President Donald Trump formally announced that the United States would be withdrawing from the United Nations “Paris Agreement”
on alleged man-made global warming. Blasting the non-binding UN scheme
as a counterproductive effort to disadvantage America and redistribute
U.S. wealth rather than fix the “climate,” Trump portrayed the decision
as one that puts “America First.” He also chastised foreign powers and
their lobbyists for demanding that the United States continue to
handicap its economy under the guise of doing virtually nothing for the
climate. The withdrawal, Trump said, represents the “re-assertion of
America’s sovereignty” and a fulfillment of his efforts to re-invigorate
the American economy. It was also the fulfillment of Trump’s
oft-repeated pledge to “cancel” the UN scheme.
However, frustrating some of his supporters and climate realists,
Trump also indicated that he was open to either re-negotiating the Paris
Agreement or creating a similar international “climate” regime that
would be more “fair” to the United States. In fact, the president even
offered to work with Democrat Party leaders to create a new
global-warming scheme — provided it was more fair and did not impose
undue burdens on the United States that did not apply equally to other
nations, including the world’s top polluters. Some Trump supporters,
though, suggested that the president understands such a “far better”
so-called “climate” regime will never materialize. Plus, even if it did,
it would stand virtually no chance of being ratified by the Senate, as
required by the Constitution — especially since most Americans reject the warming theory to begin with. If no new deal emerges, “that’s fine,” Trump said.
Trump’s speech, though, was widely celebrated as wonderful by his
supporters and especially his core base. Despite softening his rhetoric
on the man-made global-warming theory, which he repeatedly referred to
as a “hoax” over a period of years, Trump’s historic announcement
pleased a broad array of his supporters on main street. From supporting
workers and domestic energy production to defending the U.S.
Constitution and American sovereignty, Trump’s speech hit multiple
points that American patriots have been longing to hear from a U.S.
president for decades. Indeed, the decision itself was a stunning blow
to globalist-swamp schemers, “climate” AstroTurf activists,
mega-bankers, UN bureaucrats, Third World dictators, Big Oil, crony
capitalists, the pope and the full spectrum of forces lobbying Trump to
stay in the imploding UN scheme.
The UN “Paris Agreement,” as the pseudo-treaty is called, was
negotiated in Paris, France, in December of 2015 by Obama, the UN, and
the UN’s largely autocratic and corrupt member regimes. Under the
scheme, Obama purported to commit the United States to draconian
economic and energy restrictions, all while pledging to redistribute
hundreds of billions of taxpayer money from the middle class in West to
Third World regimes and the UN. Because Obama knew it would stand no
chance of being ratified by the U.S. Senate as required by the U.S.
Constitution, the administration called it an “executive agreement” and
claimed ratification was not needed. But as this magazine warned at the
time, such a plot meant the foundation of the pseudo-treaty was built on
quicksand, all but ensuring its eventual collapse. Indeed, without U.S.
participation and tax money, the scheme is essentially dead.
Trump offered many reasons for his decision. He praised the U.S.
Constitution, saying it was his “highest honor” to protect it, and that
he always would do so. And in an exceedingly rare development for U.S.
presidents of recent memory, Trump also touted and defended U.S.
sovereignty. “There are serious legal and constitutional issues as
well,” Trump said. “Foreign leaders in Europe, Asia and across the world
should not have more to say with respect to the U.S. economy than our
own citizens and their elected representatives. Thus, our withdrawal
from the agreement represents a reassertion of America’s
sovereignty.” Perhaps most stunning was the sharp rebuke he gave of the
Paris Agreement itself, which he described as essentially a giant scam
to rip off the American people to benefit foreign powers and special
“The Paris climate accord is simply the latest example of Washington
entering into an agreement that disadvantages the United States, to the
exclusive benefit of other countries, leaving American workers, who I
love, and taxpayers to absorb the cost in terms of lost jobs, lower
wages, shuttered factories and vastly diminished economic production,”
Trump correctly explained. “Thus, as of today, the United States will
cease all implementation of the nonbinding Paris accord and the
draconian financial and economic burdens the agreement imposes on our
country. This includes ending the implementation of the nationally
determined contribution and, very importantly, the Green Climate Fund,
which is costing the United States a vast fortune.”
Trump also broke down the numbers. Among other facts and figures, the
president said compliance with the UN scheme and the “onerous energy
restrictions it has placed on the United States” could cost America some
2.7 million lost jobs by 2025, including almost half of a million
manufacturing jobs. Citing the National Economic Research Associates,
Trump said that by 2040, compliance with the UN scheme would slash paper
production by 12 percent, cement by one fourth, iron and steel by 38
percent, coal down by 86 percent, and natural gas down by almost a
third. “The cost to the economy at this time would be close to $3
trillion in lost GDP and 6.5 million industrial jobs, while households
would have $7,000 less income, and in many cases, much worse than that,”
Trump added, saying that was unacceptable.
On top of those devastating figures, Trump noted, the “climate”
scheme would do virtually nothing for the climate. “Even if the Paris
Agreement were implemented in full, with total compliance from all
nations it is estimated it would only produce a two tenths of one degree
— think of that, this much — Celsius reduction in global temperature by
the year 2100,” Trump said, calling it a “tiny, tiny” amount while
vowing that the United States would continue to be the cleanest country
on Earth. “In fact, 14 days of carbon emissions from China alone would
wipe out the gains from America and this is an incredible statistic —
would totally wipe out the gains from America’s expected reductions in
the year 2030. After we have had to spend billions and billions of
dollars, lost jobs, closed factories and suffered much higher energy
costs for our businesses and for our homes.”
Others who have examined the numbers and the data came to similar
conclusions. Indeed, the UN’s own numbers also confirm that the scheme
has little to do with “climate.” Danish statistician Dr. Bjorn Lomborg,
the president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, for example, crunched
the numbers using the UN’s own “climate” models. What he found makes a
complete mockery of the alarmist cause and the peddlers of the UN’s
“climate” regime. “We will spend at least $100 trillion dollars in order
to reduce the temperature by the end of the century by a grand total of
three tenths of one degree,” he said, noting that was the equivalent of
postponing warming by less than four years. “Again, that is using the
UN’s own climate prediction model.”
Top UN “climate” officials have also practically admitted as much.
Christiana Figueres, then the executive director of the UN Framework
Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), boasted in 2012 that “what is
occurring here … in the whole climate change process is a complete
transformation of the economic structure of the world.” Countless other
UN bureaucrats and even policymakers around the world have made
similarly damning admissions about the real agenda.
In fact, Trump pointed out, the Paris agreement is “less about
climate and more about other countries getting an advantage over the
United States.” Foreign powers and the rest of the world applauded when
the Obama administration signed the pseudo-treaty “simply because it
puts out country, which we all love, at a very, very big economic
disadvantage,” Trump continued, adding that foreign powers wanted
America to remain in because they wanted to keep America down while they
reaped the benefits. “The fact that the Paris deal hamstrings the
United States while empowering some of the world’s top polluting
countries should dispel any doubt as to the real reason why foreign
lobbyists wished to keep our magnificent country tied up and bound down
by this agreement,” he said. “It’s to give their country an economic
edge over the United States.”
Trump also noted on several occasions the fact that the UN scheme was
aimed largely at redistributing American wealth. Indeed, this reporter
was actually at the December, 2015, UN “climate” summit in Paris to
report on the proverbial “sausage” being made. And it was truly a
spectacle to behold. The first story filed from the UN conference for this magazine
involved a list of demands by 134 Third World governments and tyrants,
known as the Group of 77 Plus (Communist) China, demanding trillions of
dollars from Western taxpayers in exchange for their cooperation with
the scheme. Obama and other globalist Western leaders were more than
happy to comply, thereby securing the approval of some two thirds of the
UN’s member regimes. But now, that pipeline into the wallets of U.S.
taxpayers has been shut.
The president portrayed the announcement as an effort to keep his
campaign promises —accurately, in this instance, except for the words
about possibly rejoining. “One by one, we are keeping the promises I
made to the American people during my campaign for president, whether
it’s cutting job-killing regulations, appointing and confirming a
tremendous Supreme Court justice, putting in place tough new ethics
rules, achieving a record reduction in illegal immigration on our
southern border, or bringing jobs, plants and factories back into the
United States at numbers which no one, until this point, thought even
possible,” Trump declared. “And believe me, we’ve just begun. The fruits
of our labor will be seen very shortly even more so.”
The day before Trump’s formal announcement, countless establishment
media organs — often ridiculed by Trump as the “fake news” media —
reported that Trump was planning to follow through on his campaign
pledge to “cancel” the UN scheme. However, considering the increasingly
fringe “mainstream” media’s track record of constantly being wrong or at
the very least deceptive, few climate skeptics or climate realists were
ready to pop the champagne and celebrate before the formal announcement
was made. But after the speech, Americans all across the country and
from all walks of life celebrated the historic victory for national
sovereignty and the Constitution.
Of course, America is not out of the woods yet, even on “climate.”
Establishment globalists and the discredited “climate” industrial
complex, which feeds off more than $1 billion per day in tax money yet has a track record of being wrong on virtually everything,
are not going anywhere. Instead, they will re-double their efforts,
even as the indisputable evidence debunking their theory continues
piling up — including more than two decades and counting with no observed warming.
As such, patriotic Americans and climate realists must work harder than
ever to protect liberty and sovereignty and put the “climate hoax,” as
Trump used to call it, permanently to rest.
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