Itís Official. Trump Just Withdrew the U.S. From the Paris Climate Agreement.


Walter
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#31
Actually, he does.
 
petros
#32
General Electric Has Plunged 14%,
 
Musky
#33
Coal industry lost about 60,000 jobs since the end 2011.

The mine in Pennsylvania that Trump touted as the beginning of a jobs boom will create no more than 100.

MAGA!
 
Curious Cdn
No Party Affiliation
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by Musky View Post

Coal industry lost about 60,000 jobs since the end 2011.

The mine in Pennsylvania that Trump touted as the beginning of a jobs boom will create no more than 100.

MAGA!

Coal was replaced by cheaper, cleaner and plentiful natural gas. This won't create one single job because it misses the target.
 
Musky
#35
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Coal was replaced by cheaper, cleaner and plentiful natural gas. This won't create one single job because it misses the target.

How dare you sir!

Coal is the future!
 
B00Mer
No Party Affiliation
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#36
Here's what Earth might look like in 100 years - if we're lucky - ScienceAlert

Quote: Originally Posted by Musky View Post

Coal industry lost about 60,000 jobs since the end 2011.

The mine in Pennsylvania that Trump touted as the beginning of a jobs boom will create no more than 100.

MAGA!

...and not one job created but he did kick them off Obama Care that gave them coverage for Black Lung Disease
 
Bar Sinister
No Party Affiliation
+1 / -1
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Actually, he does.

A typical stupid reply. What is he going to do? Tell one of the fastest growing industries in the US to stop producing clean energy? Try thinking before you post, Walter, even if it makes your head hurt a little.
 
EagleSmack
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#38
We're Out!

Now bring me more liberal tears!

Quote: Originally Posted by Bar Sinister View Post

Doesn't really matter. The Dumpster does not have the power to change the direction his nation and the rest of the world is moving.

Yes he does... the US has pulled out of the Paris Deal. That means the US does not have to do what it says or allow itself to get fleeced.

Sorry BS... it is a tough day for all of you sheep.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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taxslave
Free Thinker
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#40
Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

that's too bad.

Good for the US. Not so good for the globull warming truthers that want to destroy the western economy.

Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Coal was replaced by cheaper, cleaner and plentiful natural gas. This won't create one single job because it misses the target.

Guess you missed the reopening of the coal mines in Tumbler Ridge.
 
Musky
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Good for the US. Not so good for the globull warming truthers that want to destroy the western economy.



Guess you missed the reopening of the coal mines in Tumbler Ridge.

Umm.....is that in murka?

Lol!
 
Tecumsehsbones
#42
Quote: Originally Posted by Musky View Post

Umm.....is that in murka?

Lol!

Yes, it is. We just let y'all think you're independent as long as you don't bother us.

Kinda like England and Wales.
 
DaSleeper
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The Religious Left

It's a cult. The only difference between the religions right and the religious left, is that the religious right worships a man, and the religious left worships a woman. And no, I'm not talking about Hillary Clinton. In the Religion of the left, the God of Global Warming is Mother Nature, the Earth is Heaven, and mankind is the Devil and should be cast out from paradise.
Many of the people who began sounding the global warming alarm, are the same environmental do-gooder flower children, that were foretelling the end of the world in the 1960's and 70's. First, it was the coming of the new ice age. Europe was to be frozen by the year 2000 they exclaimed. Crops would die as much of Europe, Asia and North America are consumed by the ice. Then it was the depletion of the ozone layer. And does anyone remember acid rain? As if living under the threat of a nuclear winter wasn't enough! Carbon taxes, oil rationing, and unrealistic government imposed regulations will be the end results of the misguided efforts of these anti-capitalist enviros.
The common thread in all these scenarios is that mankind is the evil that threatens the Earth. In the extreme green view, mankind is the scourge of this planet, the bottom rung of the ecological ladder. It's a radical view in which the cause is justified by any means necessary, including Eco-activism tactics such as hacking into and changing electronic road signs to display environmental messages. Some may consider these actions to be harmless pranks, but where should we draw the line? When does eco-activism become eco-terrorism? In June, 2001, Jeffrey Luers was sentenced to 22 years in prison for the burning of three SUVs in Eugene, Oregon, with the help of a friend named "Critter" to make a statement about global warming.
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pgs
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Good for the US. Not so good for the globull warming truthers that want to destroy the western economy.



Guess you missed the reopening of the coal mines in Tumbler Ridge.

No he doesn't care about coal that is going to be burned in China Japan and India . They don't count .
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

No he doesn't care about coal that is going to be burned in China Japan and India . They don't count .

Owned by a Chinese corporation supposedly clean high grade for steel manufacturing
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

No he doesn't care about coal that is going to be burned in China Japan and India . They don't count .

Not to mention the 100 coal plants China is building outside its borders.

But in 2030 China will agree to take a look at it's country's impact on Climate Change therefore staying within it's Paris Deal obligation.
 
Musky
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

And does anyone remember acid rain?

I do....
 
Tecumsehsbones
#48
Yes, but do you remember Purple Rain?
 
Musky
#49
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post




Guess you missed the reopening of the coal mines in Tumbler Ridge.


More people work at Arby's than in coal mines.

Who the hell eats Arby's?

700 jobs lost when the mine shut down....220 to be gained.

Smoke....meet....mirror.

Anyways, thanks Trump for giving Canada jabs....I guess.
 
Corduroy
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#50
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Yes, but do you remember Purple Rain?

Is that your old person version of Chocolate Rain?

**I move away from the mic to breathe in
 
Tecumsehsbones
#51
Quote: Originally Posted by Corduroy View Post

Is that your old person version of Chocolate Rain?

**I move away from the mic to breathe in

You kids got no appreciation of the classics. Michelangelo, Shakespeare, and Prince are all you need.
 
Twila
#52
still going to take years for trumps withdrawl to take effect and funnily (or not) enough:

While President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he was pulling the US out of the landmark Paris climate agreement, it will take until the day after the next presidential election for the US to fully exit the pact.
Why it'll take years for Trump to pull US out of the Paris agreement - Business Insider
 
Musky
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

still going to take years for trumps withdrawl to take effect and funnily (or not) enough:

While President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he was pulling the US out of the landmark Paris climate agreement, it will take until the day after the next presidential election for the US to fully exit the pact.
Why it'll take years for Trump to pull US out of the Paris agreement - Business Insider

Perfect...then FOX can blame....um...?

Oh Geez....who do the Dems have again other than....ugh...Warren...dead Bernie....um....clinton....go away....The Rock?

330 million and nothing.
 
Corduroy
#54
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

You kids got no appreciation of the classics. Michelangelo, Shakespeare, and Prince are all you need.

Whatever. Prince can call his band the Revolution but Chocolate Rain is the revolution.
 
Twila
#55
Quote: Originally Posted by Corduroy View Post

Whatever. Prince can call his band the Revolution but Chocolate Rain is the revolution.

he can't call it anything. He's dead.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

still going to take years for trumps withdrawl to take effect and funnily (or not) enough:

While President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he was pulling the US out of the landmark Paris climate agreement, it will take until the day after the next presidential election for the US to fully exit the pact.
Why it'll take years for Trump to pull US out of the Paris agreement - Business Insider

Funny... the U.S pulled out of the Paris Agreement yesterday.
 
Twila
#57
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Funny... the U.S pulled out of the Paris Agreement yesterday.



From the article:
Because of the way the agreement was designed, it will take years for the US to fully exit it. According to its rules, the earliest Trump could give written notice of the US's withdrawal would be November 2019, and the US wouldn't officially exit it until November 4, 2020 — the day after the next presidential


Makes one wonder if trump didn't know he couldn't just take his ball and go home or if he intentionally gave his voters the best lip service yet.

either way...
 
Corduroy
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

he can't call it anything. He's dead.

bummer
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twila View Post

From the article:
Because of the way the agreement was designed, it will take years for the US to fully exit it. According to its rules, the earliest Trump could give written notice of the US's withdrawal would be November 2019, and the US wouldn't officially exit it until November 4, 2020 ó the day after the next presidential


Makes one wonder if trump didn't know he couldn't just take his ball and go home or if he intentionally gave his voters the best lip service yet.

either way...

Whatever makes them feel good but the U.S withdrew from the agreement yesterday. That means we do not have to comply, report, or contribute.

However if the people running the Paris Agreement want to keep the U.S on the roster they are welcome to do so... the U.S just isn't taking the field.

He did just that, he took his ball and went home. We're Out... just as he promised and that is why there is such an outpouring of rage. Any other rhetoric is just an attempt to lessen the blow.
 
coldstream
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#60
He made a courageous and well articulated case. And of course sent the Eurocrats, Globalists and New Agers into a hysteria.

AGW is inextricably tied up with Globalism, the post national, borderless community. It has NOTHING to do with real science. It's about wealth distribution and the placing onerous obligations on the West to assuage for 'White Man's' guilt. It is an ideological and politcal agenda, not a scientific one.

It's so called unanimity of support in the world was culled through the lure of billions of dollars transferred to the 2nd and 3rd World for curtailing their own industrial development in energy by way of utterly inefficient and expensive 'alternative' energy. Essentially this is nothing but a bribe for elites in developing economies to keep their people in stoop, agricultural labour.

The Paris Accord WILL unravel now. It was never going to work in the first place. It would be rife with cheating, rigged stats, and a vastly underfunded and looted 'Green Fund'. No one wants to pay for a boondoggle and fraud.

As to the current line of the Liberal Media that this is a capitulation of American global leadership to China. What has this leadership ever produced in 'Free' Trade, imposition of American style 'democracy' and corrupt pseudo sciences like AGW EXCEPT the evisceration of American economic potential, a world in tumult and revolt, and endless stream of body bags coming back home, and, moral decline and chaos. It was an empty talisman, this American leadership.

The U.S. has in fact reassumed a leadership role by example by cracking this monolithic corroded orthodoxy of AGW and globalism.