Paris Accord on Climate Change: a UN Scam to Redistribute Wealth by Policy
The Paris Climate accord’s premise is wealth distribution by policy, it would not have much of an impact on Earth’s climate.
During an interview Wednesday Marc Morano founder of ClimateDepot discussed the climate change agreement that President Donald Trump is leaning toward withdrawing the US from.
“You would not even be able to measure the impact using the UN assumptions. This is according to a peer-reviewed paper by statistician Dr. Bjorn Lomborg,”Mr. Morano said.
“The UN has actually admitted the real reason for the treaty. They said this is not even environmental policy anymore, we will redistribute wealth by climate policy. That’s what they want, a $100-B a year slush fund going to governments that are best able to keep your people locked in poverty.
This UN policy is about social engineering, central planning, redistribution of wealth, and empowering bureaucrats.
Mr. Morano noted that if President Trump decides to pull the US out of the agreement, Canada, Australia, and some countries in Eastern Europe may then have to courage and will to follow suit.
“This is a wonderful ripple effect that could happen,” Mr. Morano said. “As long as no one talks President Trump out of this in the final hours.”
It is very important that President Donald Trump not just refuse to sign the Paris climate accord, he must actively nullify it, says conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh.
“Under Article 18 of the treaty on treaties, once a nation … does something that could be interpreted as ‘expressing its consent to be bound by the treaty,'”Mr. Limbaugh said, adding “that is essentially signing and ratifying a treaty.”
President Trump must “openly and notoriously” pull out of the accord and not merely say he does not like it.
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