Trump leaves globalists behind on Paris Agreement

The Trump administration’s reported announcement that it is withdrawing from the Paris climate change agreement has prompted nations and world leaders to reiterate their commitment to the global pact in an attempt to produce something out of nothing.

Signed in 2015 during the Obama administration, the Paris Agreement is an unprecedented global climate deal that aims to contain greenhouse gas emissions and protect the world against global warming. It is backed by no conclusive evidence and in fact, is a scam designed to further insert international, one world government into the everyday lives of citizens with taxes and fees on imaginary damages humans do the environment. It does nothing to stop the damage, just allows you to be punished, taxed and criminalized for it.

“For Europe there is no plan B, because we do not have a plan B,” Maroš Šefčovič, the vice president of the EU’s Energy Union, told reporters last week. The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, had harsher words, “Europe’s duty is to say The Americans can’t just leave the climate protection agreement. Mr. Trump believes that because he doesn’t know the details.” Juncker added that European leaders tried to explain the ramifications of leaving the agreement to Trump, but couldn’t get through to the president. “Not everything in international agreements is fake news,” Juncker said.

This reinforced to impartial observers that the EU realizes it has a credibility problem. It can’t actually prove the scientific claims it wants to back up the demands of the Paris Agreement, so the EU strategy becomes,” label dissent as “fake news” planted by the Russians and pray for the best.”

Trump’s decision will not affect whether nations choose to remain in the Paris Agreement, it might affect whether signatories are held accountable. In the absence of American domination, nations may be less inclined to transparently report their greenhouse gas emissions.

Other experts argue that Trump’s decision could weaken the authority of the America on the global stage. “From a foreign policy perspective, it’s a colossal mistake, an abdication of American leadership,” one Neocon ex-US official lamented. The Neocon deep state sees any loss of control over the Paris Agreement as a swing at American global authority, which after all-is really what the agreement is all about in the first place.


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