Developing Nations: Give Us That Sweet, Sweet Climate Cash Or We’ll “Pollute”

As Investors Business Daily notes, the Paris Climate Agreement was considered a sham and a fraud by many hyper-Warmists until Trump pulled the U.S. out of Obama’s signature. It is mostly non-binding when it comes to “carbon pollution” goals, because, what it mostly does is require redistribution of money from 1st world nations to 3rd world shitholes developing nations

‘Climate change’ or cash?: Pay up or they’ll pollute

The climate surrounding President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the pollution-curbing Paris agreement has taken a decidedly chilly turn: Developing nations reportedly are holding their pollution-reduction goals hostage unless they’re paid.

Under the expansive cover of “climate change,” India, South Sudan, Niger, Egypt, Cuba and other nations say they’ll simply keep on polluting unless they receive payments as stipulated under the Paris agreement, The Washington Times reports. Apparently these and other countries “rented their signature for the promise of Paris-related wealth transfers,” says Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

How much is owed? One estimate puts the total requested by developing countries at $420 billion. But many other countries eligible for cash payments to reduce emissions haven’t yet submitted any estimates — which some analysts say could push the total cost into the trillions.

As this editorial from the Tribune Review goes on to note, who will monitor where the money goes? The U.N.? Remember what a bang-up job they did with the Oil For Food program?

For more than a few of its 193 participating countries, the Paris accord isn’t so much about the climate. It’s about the cash, which now is threatened by America’s exit.

It is about the cash. None of these nations really care about so-called carbon pollution. For instance, Kiribati, which is constantly whining about ‘climate change’, but is building airports and depends on fossil fueled travel for tourism. They all just want the money from 1st World nations.

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