November 17, 2016

UN climate meeting becomes “conference of denial” as reality of Trump Presidency sets in

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator
 

Marc Morano of Climate Depot provides an update on the changing mood of UN delegates as the reality of a Trump presidency sets in.

Watch as Marc describes what he calls a seminal week in United Nations climate history as UN delegates react in horror and denial, and can’t even bring themselves to mention Trump’s name. 

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commented 2016-11-18 07:13:32 -0500
Conference of denial? It will soon be the Conference of bad temper and sulking, I suspect. As one French delegate who preferred to remain anonymous said, “There’s no way in hell we’re going to let this bozo Yank disrupt the gravy train we’ve got going for ourselves here.”
commented 2016-11-17 20:37:53 -0500
Da Nile. The river in Egypt?
commented 2016-11-17 20:12:52 -0500
James Spalding… nice concept but we are not damaging the earth beyond its ability and its capacity to repair itself beyond our footprint..
Nonetheless that is a good thought and four 3000 W tesla magnetic generators in each home would put multinationals out of business
commented 2016-11-17 11:59:32 -0500
Instead of penalizing people with yet another tax, The Carbon Tax, why not reward innovators for finding replacements to the fossil (and other) fuel monopolies. Any person with a shred of common sense, understands that we are damaging the earth, and that it has to be protected. But taxing us for governments ineptitude, is not the way to fix the problem – innovation is.
commented 2016-11-17 11:25:32 -0500
Sarkozy’s thought of imposing a ‘carbon tax’ is just a protectionist tariff to which the States will respond in kind. Hence a trade war. The weird thing about the protectionist tariff is that it is not to protect the interests of the businesses in France from being under priced by the States, but to protect the carbon extortion imposed on those businesses by the French government making the French businesses uncompetitive.

Good news is that this policy of Sarkozy will push his right wing over to La Penn.
commented 2016-11-17 10:20:29 -0500
I’m just saying to these eco-nuts….show me definitive proof before we gut our economy for a false ideology!