We The People Pledge To Force Other People To Fight ‘Climate Change’ Or Something

It’s always interesting when high ranking members of the Cult of Climastrology yammer on about pledging to Do Something about ‘climate change’, but never say what they’re doing in their own lives. In this case, it’s Laurence Tubiana, a French diplomat and economist, who was appointed French ambassador for international climate negotiations in connection with the 2015 COP21 Climate Change Conference in Paris, and is super involved in all things Hotcoldwetdry

We The People Pledge To Fight Climate Change

President Trump’s declaration on June 1, 2017, that he was withdrawing the United States from the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change, which I helped to design, was framed as a call to nationalism, saying he was “elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.”

But 75 percent of Pittsburghers voted for Hillary Clinton, who was in favor of the agreement, and since then the mayors of Pittsburgh and Paris have together endorsed the Paris agreement, in the joint goal of building a cleaner, safer world.

As local governments see how climate change is linked to citizens’ well-being, they are taking concrete actions such as setting milestones for air quality, banning diesel cars or combustion engines, and implementing renewable energy systems.

Notice, this is not We The People Voluntarily Changing Our Own Behavior, it is government attempting to force compliance. There’s a vast difference between me pledging to get 50,000 steps during the work week on my FitBit, and government forcing me to do so.

Obviously, a lot of this screed is about #Resist to Trump, and ends up with standard Statist boilerplate

The global movement that was founded upon the statements in the Paris agreement is about people, citizens’ concerns, economic expectations and technological development. It is not a technocratic legal document, nor about abandoning national sovereignty. We are working toward a shared vision of a common future, with the goal of safeguarding the planet for all.

The global movement is composed of hypocrites, especially the leaders. As Instapundit is fond of writing “I’ll believe it’s a crisis when the people who say it’s a crisis act like it’s a crisis”, to which I add “and give up the use of fossil fuels and make their lives carbon neutral, not just purchase carbon offsets.”

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