State Department Blasts Syria Over Joining Paris Climate Agreement In Epic Takedown

Many in the Cult of Climastrology have been squeeing over Syria and Nicaragua joining the Paris agreement (pretty much for the climate cash), which means only the U.S. is not in (technically, we’re still “in it”, but, obviously, we’re pulling out, and it was never ratified by the Senate). Of course, a goodly chunk have stated they are in, but have not actually signed, or come up with their plans. Regardless (via Climate Change Dispatch)

(Daily Caller) The Department of State issued a withering and blunt critique Wednesday of Syria’s decision to join the Paris agreement more than a year after its initial draft.

“If the government of Syria cared so much about what was put in the air, then it wouldn’t be gassing its own people,” State spokeswoman Heather Nauert said about allegations that the war-torn country used sarin gas to put down rebel uprisings.

Syria has been bogged down in a vicious civil war since 2011 and is subject to European and American sanctions after President Bashar al-Assad reportedly used chemical weapons on rebel fighters. Reports from earlier this year show that he lodged sarin attacks on Khan Sheikhoun, which killed more than 80 people.

The delegates did not explain why the country switched positions. Syria contributes a tiny fraction of carbon emissions to the climate. Activists appear to indicate that U.N. leaders instigated the move to exert more pressure on the U.S.

Nauert made her comments after a Syrian delegate at a climate panel in Germany announced that the Middle Eastern country is preparing to send its ratification to the United Nations. Syria joins Nicaragua as the last few stragglers to join the 200-nation deal.

Well, hey, why not join? The ‘climate change’ push is all about bigger and bigger, stronger and stronger government. A strongman ruler like Bashar al Assad fits right in with the clique. He can use ‘climate change’ as a way to further control the citizens of Syria.

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