How the world reacts to Puppet Trump's anti-climate change agenda

How the world reacts to Puppet Trump's anti-climate change agenda



  1. Leonard Smith The science behind climate change is sound and corresponds with direct observations of sea level rise, rising world temperatures, atmospheric composition, glacial melting and storm intensity made in 2017.

    It is pretty clear that individual nations are not controlling their versions of Eisenhower's military/industrial complex on their own. Although it may appear that nations are making decisions regarding peace and war, these decisions are actually being made by those who control wealth worldwide. (Sneaky devils!)

    There will be bad consequences for all of us unless nations take the UN seriously. International corporations are exclusively interested in profits and care little about how or where they are generated. The battle for control of wealth between nations and corporations has been joined.

    I agree that Mugabe has been setting a bad example for world leaders for decades. HIs countrymen should have swept him into history's dustbin a long time ago!

  2. Inside the UN or out, honest politicians are rare. Corporations, however, are steadfast in their greed.

    Meanwhile, I am amused by folks who identify the common characteristics of aging as "causes" of death. Then, we're lambasted for eating too much of this or not enough of that. Best advice seems to be: Stop eating. Good grief! Some of us are lucky to be able to digest anything! Maybe I should follow the dog's example and just taste a little bit of everything I find.

    I hear what you say about particulate matter. I never had environmental allergies until I moved to central New York, where there's evidently a "sweet spot" for plant growth. Enthusiastic blooms of -- well, just about everything -- did me in. Pollen all over the place, enough to coat cars with gold dust at both ends of the growing season!

    I think it likely a few humans will survive global climate changes, but without our current level of civilization. Governments seem to understand the importance of saving $$, but are not stashing away food, medication or potable water as they might for hard times. Unless you are currently experiencing it, starvation is something of mere historical interest. Just a story or a circumstance of a land far away. How many times will we have to be schooled by our environment?!

  3. Leonard Smith I think Cholera, now epidemic in Yemen (and a problem in Haiti, too, thanks to UN troops stationed there years ago), may be the most likely agent of our demise, though drug-resistant TB is also gaining ground.

    I've been reading a book on the horrible global consequences of the Tambora volcanic eruption in 1815. (“Tambora: The Eruption that Changed the World,” by Gillen D’Arcy Wood) Let me see now....that was over 200 years ago and we are no better prepared to survive now than we were then! Talk about not bright! - A Volcanic Eruption That Reverberates 200 Years Later


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