James Hansen, father of climate change awareness, calls Paris talks ‘a fraud’

The Guardian ran this story yesterday to highlight that even a global warming pioneer believes the Paris agreement is a fraud.

“It’s a fraud really, a fake,” he says, rubbing his head. “It’s just bullshit for them to say: ‘We’ll have a 2C warming target and then try to do a little better every five years.’ It’s just worthless words. There is no action, just promises. As long as fossil fuels appear to be the cheapest fuels out there, they will be continued to be burned.”

Spellchek has been stating this for years. If you’re in bed with the global warming crowd for the ‘right’ reasons, you’re delusional. The ‘wrong’ reasons are the profiteers and supporters of global governance. This is just another tool in the fight for wealth and power. The true global warming believers such as James Hansen really believe man is destroying the planet and seek a halt to excessive carbon emissions.

Where they go astray is in their belief that governments of the world hold the solution. Take the Hansen article. He breaks down why the Paris agreement is a sham and that Obama has missed his chance to alter history. He also understands the economics in that fossil fuels are the cheapest form of energy. Yet he falls in line with so many that believe they can artificially price the market out of business. He even goes a step further to show that he hasn’t learned anything from the progression of the climate change talks by throwing his support behind China to be the world’s savior.

There is a positive note to end on, however. Global emissions have somewhat stalled and Hansen believes China, the world’s largest emitter, will now step up to provide the leadership lacking from the US. A submerged Fifth Avenue and deadly heatwaves aren’t an inevitability.

“I think we will get there because China is rational,” Hansen says. “Their leaders are mostly trained in engineering and such things, they don’t deny climate change and they have a huge incentive, which is air pollution. It’s so bad in their cities they need to move to clean energies. They realise it’s not a hoax. But they will need co-operation.”

When will the global warming activists ever realize that politicians are always going to be more interested in their own wealth and power than that of saving the planet for future generations? Scientists are far more likely to put principle ahead of personal profit. Doesn’t mean they all do as we’ve seen with the data manipulators who do still chase the almighty buck first and foremost. However, I would bet the house that far more of them are more interested in the details of their craft rather than their legacy. Unfortunately, their expertise doesn’t translate into the political arena well.

Now, Spellchek would never condone this but if I were a true global warming believer rather than a profiteer, I would immediately take to aggressive action. In other words, break the law. After all, the end is near, is it not? Who has time to sit back and watch governments make and break agreements all the while they are counting the money? Start blowing up power plants and pipelines. Take out the oil fields and tankers. Destroy the auto plants.

Global warming must be stopped and reversed TODAY! When you look at the laundry lists of fallout from global warming we’ve been sold on for years now, you must agree that a few casualties from violence are far better than the much larger amount from non-action. You also must agree that the worldwide economic collapse from such actions would be well worth it in the long run. A few decades of economic turmoil are a small price to pay for sustaining the planet for all the generations to come.

Any of the climate change supporters who disagree are just paper tigers or are on the receiving end of the profits. To believe that non-binding, non-action government agreements are the solution puts you squarely in the middle of the camp of suckers.

So get off your asses and start blowing up some infrastructure. We need doers in this world, not talkers.

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