Bummer: Only 500 Days To Avoid “Climate Chaos” Doom

Say, I wonder how the French foreign minister traveled to the United States? Did he walk, bike, and swim?

(CNS News) The world has “500 days to avoid climate chaos,” French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said alongside Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department on Tuesday.

“We have 500 days to avoid climate chaos,” Fabius said. “And I know that President Obama and John Kerry himself are committed on this subject and I’m sure that with them, with a lot of other friends, we shall be able to reach success in this very important matter.”

Fabius was referring to the next big United Nations climate conference, scheduled to open in Paris, France in November 2015, or in 565 days’ time.

This is another important reason for Republicans to regain the Senate: blocking anything that comes out of the the 2015 climate vacation in Paris, where tons of government bureaucrats, NGO’s, left wing agitators, and a few scientists with agendas will take fossil fueled trips to tell Everyone Else they need to stop using fossil fuels. This will be preceded by this year’s IPCC Conference on the Parties, held in Lima, Peru. Interesting how so many are telling the Latinos in Peru that their COP doesn’t matter. Seems bigoted, eh?

Anyhow, notice that the assumption here is that if Government doesn’t force measures on citizens, doom will occur? Yet, these same people fail to follow the same prescriptions for themselves.

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8 Responses to “Bummer: Only 500 Days To Avoid “Climate Chaos” Doom”

  1. john says:

    Teach although SOME people say we should stop using fossil fuels MOST say that we should reduce our use and develope new technologies to reduce carbon pollution.
    But of course it is easier to attack the straw man you created on the fringe

  2. Jl says:

    Co2 isn’t a pollutant, irregardless of what the Supreme Court says, as it’s need for life on earth. As far as developing new technologies, yes, go ahead-who’s stopping anybody. But when the world switched from the horse to the car, there was no forcing people to buy the new mode of transportation, or an artificial jacking-up of the price of a horse to make folks buy a car. Liberals weren’t so fascist back then.

  3. MikeInAZ says:

    Amazing, more doom and gloom crapola and people keep believing it. These environmental nuts aren’t going to be happy until they get their way and supposedly save mother earth from those evil fossil fuels. I hate wishing my life away but hurry up Nov 2016.

  4. Jeffery says:

    j,

    CO2 added to the atmosphere by humans is causing the Earth to warm. It’s a semantic and irrelevant argument whether one calls it a pollutant. Even an agent necessary for life can be a pollutant if it’s present at the wrong time in the wrong amount.

    There is nothing artificial about adding the actual costs of global warming mitigation to the price of carbon-based fuels. Whomever is emitting CO2 into the atmosphere should be assuming the costs of the damage it causes.

    Also, “irregardless” is not a word.

  5. jl says:

    Jeffery- you found your calling. You do the spell-check and we’ll do the science.

  6. Jeffery says:

    j,

    lol. When will you start the science?

    You didn’t misspell the word, you made it up.

  7. Dana says:

    This is actually great news! As long as the Republicans retain control of the House of Representatives in just this upcoming election — something considered close to certain — then the warmists can’t push through any economy-harming, working-class-people-destroying taxes on carbon, and the Congress elected this coming November will last for longer than 500 days. After that, it doesn’t matter what we do, the warmists all say that we’re doomed, doomed! so there’s no need to impoverish ourselves while awaiting Teh End.

  8. Dana says:

    Monsieur Fabius said:

    We have 500 days to avoid climate chaos, and I know that President Obama and John Kerry himself are committed on this subject and I’m sure that with them, with a lot of other friends, we shall be able to reach success in this very important matter.

    Fortunately, the Constitution of the United States requires a 2/3 super-majority in the Senate to ratify any treaty, and the Democrats don’t have that. If they try to push it through as ordinary legislation, then it has to go through the House, which means that the Republicans can stop it.

    Now, if the French or the Germans or the British want to impoverish their people by putting sky-high taxes on carbon-based fuels, to reduce CO2 emissions, well, more power to them! We’ll keep on living a modern lifestyle while they revert to the Middle Ages, and that’s fine with me. But leave us out of it!

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