Darrell Castle speaks about President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Change Agreement and the world’s reaction to that decision.
BACKING OUT OF PARIS
Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Pod Cast. Today is Friday June 9, 2017 and on today’s pod cast we are going to be discussing the decision by President Donald Trump to fulfill one of his campaign promises and withdraw America from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change signed last year by then President Barack Hussein Obama.
The Agreement was designed to limit and eventually end fossil fuel energy production in the world. Anyone can see that it is not in America’s best interest to do that since doing so would damage the American economy and destroy the jobs of many people. I’ve seen estimates of about 8 million jobs in the US. The agreement was signed by all but two nations those being Nicaragua and Syria. All 195 nations besides those two signed the agreement.
It had the appearance then of being universal, but it was only universal in appearance not in application. For example, the United States agreed to reduce emissions by 26% over 15 years while China, one of the world’s biggest polluters, agreed only to work toward stopping emissions from rising by 2030. Chinese emissions could continue rising until then and China would still be in full compliance. So there is no enforcement provision, no penalties for non-compliance and therefore no way to gain compliance from reluctant nations except possibly peer pressure.
The primary downside mechanism to the agreement is obvious and that is that prosperous, productive, successful and developed countries are punished much more severely than the others. Successful countries are expected to loot their populations and ruin their lifestyles to comply with demands for them to severely cut back energy and manufacturing sectors.
The agreement is just that, an agreement, not a treaty. President Obama did not choose to go through the process of treaty ratification which would have required a 2/3 senate approval, and it therefore has no real legal force. All this talk about the content of the Agreement is not to delve into the actual words of the agreement, but instead to set up the real purpose of this discussion and that is the reaction to President Trump’s decision to do what he clearly said he would do and what 62 million or thereabouts elected him to do.
Pulling out of the agreement was a gesture to his America first promises. There is nothing in this agreement for America and he recognized that. His “I was elected to represent the people of Pittsburgh not Paris” comment is evidence that he recognized the fact that this agreement was just another move by the globalists who control the European Union and possibly the United States as well.
The completely out of control reaction to the pullout comes from two viewpoints; ignorance because some people actually believe that Donald Trump is responsible for everything bad that has happened or ever will happen. If you think that is an exaggeration I will clarify it for you in a moment. The other half of the out of proportion reaction is fear that others will now have the courage to follow suit, Just as Marine Le Pen’s election in France could have started a movement out of the EU. The globalists are afraid of any challenge to their control filtering down to the herd.
The reaction or over reaction then is also a gesture just as pulling out was a gesture. President Obama’s legacy is at stake. His dream of a world with socialism forced on the unwilling is at stake, a Euro-Centric one world central government is also at stake so the herd has to be kept in line unless they want to experience the same criticism and ostracism. Even if everything the climate change people say they fear was a reality this agreement would do nothing to solve it. According to estimates I’ve read from people I trust who have dissected the actual agreement, if it were fully complied with by every nation and all the trillions were extracted from taxpayers, and manufacturing and mining were severely curtailed the global temperature could be reduced by .o3 per cent over 100 years.
No I think that climate change is a wedge to gain economic control over the people of the earth. Same song second verse just as the cold war used to be the coming catastrophe now its climate change. Just listen to something I will share with you from the front page of the Memphis Commercial Appeal the daily newspaper of my city of Memphis Tennessee. This article was written by Tonyaa Weathersbee and she basically makes the argument that we are entering a time of horror like the world and especially Memphis has never seen all because of Donald Trump.
“President Donald Trump, in his contempt for science and global cooperation, will share much of that blame for that misery—because he withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Accord.” So she reasons that staying in the accord would have prevented all these horrible things. What things am I talking about—just listen.
“Storms like the one that recently uprooted ancient trees and, at one point plunged nearly 200,000 Memphians into a hell of heat and darkness are poised to worsen.” Now I lived through that storm and I would not describe it as hell, not even close to hell. In fact, of my 40 some years in Memphis, this is the coolest May and June that I can remember. It gets better, just listen. “But global warming is doing more than destroying trees, homes, and cars with storms and floods here. It is also destroying people’s lungs—because it is whipping up more allergens that spread asthma.”
Well, that’s all I’m going to read you but it gets progressively worse. I laughed out loud when I read it but then this is my city and I find it said that my city’s newspaper has sunk to this level and doesn’t even seem embarrassed about it. Joseph Goebbels would be very proud of this article. You know the quote he is often remembered for, “tell a big enough lie and tell it often enough and people will believe it.” I’m sure that many of the mothers whose children have asthma in Memphis caused primarily by their poverty and their lifestyle will now blame it on Donald Trump.
This controversy is starting to take on a religious zeal.
I remember well the wars in Ireland between Catholics and Protestants that divided that country and caused many deaths. I used to wonder, aren’t they both basically Christian. Religion has fueled wars and conflict throughout history. Followers of Islam are still willing to kill innocent people or die themselves in the name of their religion. I suppose they actually believe it is the true faith just as Ms. Weathersbee probably believes her article to be true. Both serve to divide, misinform, propagandize, and even destroy those around them.
The globalists will bring their world into existence one way or the other. Last Tuesday, June 6th was the Swedish National Day and I listened to an interview with a Swedish woman who was billed as an expert on all things Swedish so the reporter asked her what was celebrated on the Swedish National Day—in short what does it mean? She said that Sweden does not have an Independence Day like the 4th of July in America or Bastille Day in France because Sweden has never been conquered or occupied in over 500 years since it has existed as a country.
With all due respect to the dear lady, I beg to differ. Any country that imports hundreds of thousands of third world migrants and invites them to rape and kill their women and even children without fear of consequences has been conquered and occupied. Sweden has been conquered and occupied by Muslims at the bequest of the globalists in the process of building one world where they, the super rich, run the world apart from the rest of us who are all the same i.e. same race, same religion, if possible even the same gender. These are the same people behind the climate accord and more importantly the reaction to Trump’s pulling out.
As a result I recommend that all national days across Europe be abolished. They are nothing but evidence of the slaves’ failure to recognize their own hypocrisy. I wonder what it would feel like to have so much money you can buy an entire country. I suppose we could ask George Soros. How much do you think it would cost to buy the US Congress or Senate? The answer, I submit, is less than you think because you only have to buy the leadership, just a few, and they will bring all the others or at least a majority right into line behind them. There’s a new world being built around us. Never mind the puppet masters just look at the front people who are elected to run their countries, especially in Europe but America too.
Well folks that’s enough global catastrophe for one day.
Now as I close out this pod cast I want to leave you with a question to think about—to ponder on. Is there any problem that exists on a national level anywhere in the world that has a solution other than more and bigger government and more centralized control?
That’s the way I see it folks,
Until next time—this is Darrell Castle,
Thanks for listening.