February 28, 2021
Here is an interesting discussion from Facebook. Kenneth Walsh and I discuss the Paris Accord and it's purpose.
I don't believe the Paris Accord was ever intended to stop the rise of carbon dioxide or end global warming. I believe it was a redistribution of wealth scheme and a way to create a framework for world government. As such it will succeed now that the U.S. is back in. America has always been the target, along with the richer European nations and Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
Kenneth Walsh says:
I am not sure about that but there it is definitely a power play of some sort. There has always been this group or tendency that believes they should be calling the shots. They believe this because they believe they are better equipped morally to make decisions of basically for everybody in the world.
And I think to there has always been a loathing of western civ and its supposedly evil intentions and actions among the climate obsessed. Some of them are actually anti-human.
Agreed Kenneth Walsh! Climate alarmism is a secular religion to the upper class. Having rejected the Judeo-Christian faith many of them have grasped onto environmentalism as an alternative religion. It has everything; a creation myth, an apocalypse, salvation, and sacraments. As Rousseau argued to deify the State and it was that which was the impetus for Fascism and Naziism, so too this is a way to create a false religious narrative. I believe it is promoted as such to get as many on board with the socialism and internationalism that has been a fond dream of the Left for a century or better. I wrote about this at American Thinker a while back (in a lengthy article.) https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2007/08/the_return_of_the_old_gods_a_c.html
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