#1 U.S. Signs UN Climate Pact Blasted as Disastrous by Scientific, Economic Experts by april 22.04.2016 18:25

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http://www.thenewamerican.com/tech/envir...mponent&print=1

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Presidents, prime ministers, dictators, and potentates from 175 countries gathered at the United Nations in New York Friday to sign the UN’s Paris climate accord, which proponents say is aimed at slowing the (fictitious) crisis of global warming by reducing manmade greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2). Secretary of State John Kerry (shown), with his granddaughter on his lap, signed for President Obama, who was returning from a trip to Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom.

President Obama declared last December, following the Paris summit that the newly-created pact "represents the best chance we have to save the one planet we've got." Moreover, he praised it as "the most ambitious climate change agreement in history."

Ambitious, yes; extremely ambitious, but only as it applies to global social engineering and the global concentration/centralization of political power, not in the sense of solving any real-world problems that most concern our planet’s inhabitants. If the Paris accord is allowed to go into effects, trillions of dollars will be spent by governments and UN bureaucrats – allegedly to “save the planet.” But all of their schemes and programs will only effect a tiny fraction of a degree in global temperatures by 2100. And even that miniscule effect is only theoretical.

However, the “complete transformation of the world” called for by the UN’s top climate officials (See here and here ) would be radically advanced by adoption of this treaty.

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