With Donald Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, It’s Worth Looking at Rational Climate Change Skeptics Actually Believe

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by Mark Angelides

Almost every major world newspaper and website has gone into meltdown since President Trump announced that the US would not be moving forward with the Paris Climate Accord. The headlines range from the incredulous to the mocking, and each story trots out the same statistics and motivations that we have been hearing about since the Globalist movement changed Global Warming to Climate Change (and of course 20 years prior it was Global Cooling that was going to finish us off as a species). Another thing they all had in common was a serious distaste for those that they call Climate Deniers.
The term “Climate Denier” is purposely designed to evince connotations of “Holocaust Denier” and many otherwise serious people have called for imprisonment for those that don’t follow the official line on Climate Change policy. It has become a tyrannical with hunt with respected scientists not only losing out on research grants, but in many cases their actual jobs.
But what is it about those who question the “orthodoxy” that so incites the Believers? It is easy enough to understand why many scientists would get on board and defend their Golden Goose, but what is it that angers the general public about questioning of (fairly shaky) science?
I am often involved in debates about Climate Change (most often with Chinese advocates), and have yet to find a reason for the bizarre anger that emanates from those who see Al Gore as the Savior. I have, however, managed to lessen the anger by explaining clearly my views on WHY I have an issue with the Climate policy. Here goes:

  1. I Do believe that the climate is changing. I in fact believe that the climate has been changing and will continue to change for a very long time. As a point of fact, I explain that even just a short time ago (relatively speaking), Lions and elephants wandered freely around the lush, verdant lands of England. The climate was suitable…and it has changed since then.
  2. I DO believe that humans (and animals through our use of farming) contribute to an increase in Global temperatures. We are burning things, creating (or more correctly releasing) energy at an unprecedented rate. It would be very surprising if we were not having an effect on Global temperature.
  3. I DON’T believe that these previous two points are necessarily a bad thing. The climate has always and will always change, and humans have lived (as a species) through some pretty extreme variations. If we knew an ice age were coming, would we try and stop it? Or would we make sure that people are in a position to either deal with it effectively and maybe try and thrive in it? It’s the same thing. The temperature will change even if we stop all energy production today. Let’s invest in technologies that will help us benefit from the changes instead of trying to stop the inevitable.
  4. I DON’T believe that the near future effects of Climate Change are a particularly bad thing. Sea levels will likely rise; but this will only be in certain areas. In other areas, new land will become available. I fear that the scaremongering is because it is the richer countries that will lose land and the poorer ones that will gain. In Mid-Africa, a new forest has sprung up (most likely due to the added CO2) that is seven times the size of Texas. This can’t be a bad thing.
  5. I DON”T believe that the people pushing for Global regulation to combat Climate Change actually care about the environment at all. I believe that it is part of a long running plan to take large portions of land out of private hands and put it under the control of government organizations; and to have nation states “pool sovereignty”.

Except for point five (which I admit makes me seem a little out there), the other points are perfectly valid arguments why one would not wish to participate in the Paris Climate Accord. If you’d like a more scientific outlook on why we should oppose the Climate actions, check out the excellent and talented Roger Helmer.

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5 thoughts on “With Donald Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, It’s Worth Looking at Rational Climate Change Skeptics Actually Believe

  1. The main difference between the political left, and political right, is the level of government involvement in individual lives. This level of involvement can be quantified by size of government, big vs large – ‘Climate Change’ is about the creating of the need for big government. What better for those that want big government, than a globe destroying problem that only big government can solve?

  2. “Men come and go but Earth abides.” Ecclesiastes
    Cremo and Thompson’s work on “Forbidden Archeology” revealed sentient life artifacts 45-200 MILLION years old. This includes jewelry, chalices, steel balls, etc.
    Those facts, not opinions, pretty much eliminate any biblical claim to a 5000 year old creation of Earth. Leaves us pretty much as the newbies on this fabulous planet.
    How we became so greedy, divisive, treacherous, dishonest, etc. is full of conjecture…from off planet influence to “demons,” etc. Point is, we are quite screwed up and about to go down in history, meaning loose it all.
    My personal opinion is when humans put up their first fence is the starting point, the claim to ownership of the land, this is mine, stay away or I’ll kill you. To back this up the “my god is greater than your god and I’ll kill you” created a ‘moral’ validation for this behavior.
    So look at the news today and the two things I mentioned stand out…religious intolerance and absurdity and territorial defense.
    The other day we were out on a friend’s property where when we entered his ranch we went from one state into another. Now nothing really changed, same birds, sky, rolling countryside, but the “claim” is what changed hey?
    We have pissed on so much calling it ours that everything is starting to ‘stink.’

  3. Fukushima deniers drive me crazy, the entire aquatic life of the Pacific is washing up on beaches emaciated, internal organs turned to mush, full of cancerous tumors and lesions and the climate darlings dont say jack! They care about the planet so much they will grovel at the feet of satanic world government and have said they will hang or imprison climate change deniers, but they dont care about that. No money in nuclear meltdown cleanup, only expense. 100 trillion in carbon taxes per decade to be made with CC as the villian.

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