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Paris climate talks considered a total joke even among greenies


(NaturalNews) Despite the hype that it would foster immense change, the recent Paris climate talks – known as COP21 – turned out to be more of an eye-rolling disappointment than anything else. Even James Hansen, considered to be the father of climate change and global awareness on the topic, said the gathering of 200 nations was ludicrous.(1,2)

Of the Paris climate talks, Hansen says, "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."(2)

Indeed, that's exactly what transpired at COP21. After all the so-called excitement that the summit promised, it ultimately resulted in the conclusion that it would makes sense to put a limit on average global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial temperatures. To that end, each country is supposed to put together a plan to explain how they will strive to achieve this. Then, starting in 2018, they must develop a new plan every five years.(3)

The disappointing outcome of the Paris climate talks

However, it's like giving homework to a student in which the assignment will hardly be reviewed and the child is free to establish their own rules. For example, the talks never resulted in any mandates outlining how much each country must reduce greenhouse gas emissions by. Little was discussed about how implementation and success of these plans would be measured. Furthermore, although many say this is an "agreement," it's more of a quasi-agreement; it won't fully come to fruition until 55 countries have ratified it, and those countries must make up 55 percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions. Oh, and Congress doesn't even need to vote on this plan, mostly due to the way everything's been set up, including several non-binding elements.(1,3)

So, at best, COP21 was a lot of talk and hardly any action.

While the promise of a better future is a good feeling that can generate optimism, nothing was done to set the wheels of that promise in motion NOW. The entire summit seemed nothing more than a fragmented set of discussions in which every country was basically told they could have a free-for-all, setting their own greenhouse gas emission standards and tweaking it in some way or another every few years.

Climate change nothing more than "climate quackery"

For many people, the fact that these talks even occurred in the first place was an unnecessary move. Why? It could very well be that climate change doesn't exist. Several people are certain that it's a term that's been drilled into our heads with the hope that if it's heard often enough, it will be taken as truth. In other words, all the climate change and global warming stories are likely just a bunch of mumbo-jumbo, designed to ignite fear and create confusion.

As an example, Natural News editor Mike Adams wrote about a survey that claimed that 97 percent of scientists are on board with the whole climate-change-man-made mind set. However, he breaks down the survey and proves that it was nothing more than skewed information derived from a mere email survey – and a hand-picked one at that. He takes issue with those who claim that climate change is "settled science," referring to it all as "climate quackery." It's worth listening to Mike Adams' report here, where he outlines the fraudulent nature of this "issue," and demonstrates that all of this is not about warming, but rather, global cooling.(4)

Indeed, a documentary shown during COP21 titled Climate Hustle, provided attendees with eye-opening insight about this so-called issue. It demonstrated that the topic of global warming is nothing more than a population and mind-control hoax led by skewed data and fueled by political motives. Marc Morano, who produced the documentary, says that people who cling tightly to global warming warnings are only "crafting a narrative and erasing the past."(5)

Sources for this article include:

(1) Breitbart.com

(2) TheGuardian.com

(3) Edition.CNN.com

(4) NaturalNews.com

(5) NaturalNews.com

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