If Elected, Trump Would Mean Forever Climate Change Wars Or Something

Don’t misunderstand, at this point I do not trust Donald Trump on ‘climate change’. But, I do enjoy a good caterwauling from unhinged members of the Cult of Climastrology. Here’s Joe Romm, George Soros’ paid climate flunky, shrieking

Memorial Day: Trump’s War On Climate Action Would Ensure A World Of Wars

On Thursday, Donald Trump declared that if elected President, he would wage an all-out waragainst national and global climate action. On Friday, he went so far as to to deny the reality of California’s devastating drought.

Because Trump gave his big energy and climate speech right before Memorial Day, it is altogether fitting and proper that we look at what Trump’s plans to destroy a livable climate would mean for the future of war.

Trump said he would kill the EPA’s Clean Power Plan and all domestic climate-related regulations. And he said, “We’re going to cancel the Paris climate agreement” — truly humanity’s best if not only chance to avoid catastrophic irreversible climate change lasting 1000 years.

Now Trump can’t really cancel that agreement, since it involves nearly 200 other nations unanimously agreeing to leave most fossil fuels in the ground in a global effort to keep total warming “well below 2°C.” But since that agreement requires every country to ratchet down their carbon pollution targets ever five years, Trump could certainly throw a big wrench into the machinery of national and global climate action, making the already-difficult task of staying below 2°C nearly impossible.

He might not be able to cancel the agreement, but, he can end Americas’ involvement in it. Here’s the fun part, though

If President Trump does what he says he will, then America and the world will be doomed to decades, or more likely, centuries, of strife and conflict from catastrophic climate change from the synergistic effect of soaring temperatures, Dust-Bowlification, extreme weather, sea level rise and super-charged storm surges. These climate impacts will create the kind of food insecurity that drives war, conflict, and the competition for arable and habitable land.

 

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5 Responses to “If Elected, Trump Would Mean Forever Climate Change Wars Or Something”

  1. Dana says:

    What, as President, Donald Trump would cancel an agreement that was written to be so non-binding that President Obama wouldn’t have to submit it to the Senate for ratification? Shocking!

  2. JGlanton says:

    effect of soaring temperatures, Dust-Bowlification, extreme weather, sea level rise and super-charged storm surges

    Trump is amazing. We are now in a period of wetter than normal weather:
    http://www.mercurynews.com/science/ci_24993601/california-drought-past-dry-periods-have-lasted-more

    90% lower forest fires:
    http://www.fs.fed.us/research/sustain/images/criteria-indicators/indicatorimages/figure16-1.JPG

    and low global cyclone energy:
    http://policlimate.com/tropical/global_running_ace.png

    His imposing presence, his force of personality, has saved the planet, just as the messiah obama said that his presence would save it in 2008. It is time to nominate Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. He has clearly accomplished more for the planet than that other prize winner.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Maybe one could call it the Trump Toilet-Bowlification of junk climate science because it’s totally shit and needs to be flushed immediately.

  4. JGlanton says:

    Bowlification? LOL!

    Anthropogenic Global Warming theory has been circling the drain for a long time. Only hardcore leftists and green bolsheviks are still desperately hanging on to the lies and calamitous prophecies of few. Al Gore didn’t have any clothes ten years ago but they still venerate him.

  5. alanstorm says:

    It’s from ThinkProgress “Two Lies for the Price of One!”

    Like the Onion, but with less-funny writers.

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