The good news is in! The United Nations COP 21 Climate Change Summit has settled on an agreement and 180 countries signed on the dotted line. Here are the important details:
- Each country chooses its own emissions targets in a way that will promote sustainable development.
- There will be no carbon tax.
- There will be no global supreme court to enforce targets.
- The agreement is completely voluntary, and not legally binding.
Whoohoo! For those of us concerned about the US ceding its sovereignty to the United Nations above and beyond what Agenda 21 and the Sustainable Development has already done, it appears we are SAFE! It is not legally binding .
Apparently, binding legal requirements would have made the Paris agreement a treaty, requiring approval from two-thirds of the Senate.
The US pressed for a robust system to track, report and verify whether countries are living up to their pledges. However, I am not exactly sure how that can be accomplished without some sort of global smart grid. We know that measuring average global temperatures is hard enough. How on earth will the US or the UN measure carbon creation in the first place?
But, all the hoopla surrounding the climate agreement will send “a very powerful message to the marketplace” about where they should place their energy investments. Sounds like public private partnerships where a Mega NGO like the United Nations and their pseudoscience IPCC team manage to funnel taxpayer dollars into insider pockets.
Case in point, it was stated that developed nations have pledged to mobilize no less than $100 billion a year by 2020 to help developing nations. Is this a gift, or a loan. Why should we give 100’s of billions of dollars to China, India, etc?
See my previous article about the Billionaire Climate Agenda to see how so called capitalists are leveraging the climate change hype to funnel taxpayer dollars into their own pockets.
For those who have been paying attention, there has been Congressional testimony from scientists acknowledging the “groupthink” to promote the idea that there is a climate catastrophe awaiting us all.
Climate always changes. Pollution is bad. We should put more R&D into renewable energy. We should end subsidies to oil and gas companies. But creating a global government and siphoning money off from the public coffers into the 3rd world is not a good idea. Many may describe this summit as a failure, but I think it was a great success!
The following materials begins to peel the onion of the pseudoscience hype machine that is the climate change movement. After you watch these, keep peeling. It goes deeper than I can document here.
The first video link below takes you to Corbett Report’s latest summary of what the climate change (formerly known as “global warming”) theory actually explains. (Hint: Basically everything and therefore nothing).