Wednesday, July 09, 2008

A Deal On Climate Change - But Then The Backlash

US signs up to 50% target but emerging economies demand more

by Patrick Wintour and Larry Elliott - July 8th, 2008 - The Guardian (London)

But while the five-page communique is the first time Bush has committed his country to a long-term target, the deal agreed at the G8 summit in northern Japan was quickly dismissed by the big five emerging economies, which want the world's biggest polluters to go much further in cutting emissions.

Five countries who are exempt from cutting emissions are adamant that their biggest competitor nations, especially the U.S., must destroy their economies or they will not go along. However that makes little sense because these nations do not have to do anything of consequence anyway.

If nothing else will convince all of the liberal idiots here in America that this whole global warming issue is fraudulent, perhaps the attitude of these five nations, Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa, will finally get through. They will do nothing to reduce their growing reliance on carbon based fuels. They will do nothing to reduce their increased pollution. They will do nothing to limit their growth. However they demand the U.S. must do more than cut its CO2(which is not even a pollution) by 50%. They demand we reduce it more than 80% and destroy our economy in the process. There is no rational excuse for the entire effort to reduce greenhouse gases be shouldered by the west alone if the problem is real.

Growing evidence exists that the entire greenhouse gas issue is a con job by global socialists to change the balance of power in the world. Will Americans wake up before we destroy our nation?


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