Trump dumps Paris Accord

Chinese and EU leaders are to agree a joint statement on the Paris climate agreement saying it is “an imperative more important than ever”.

A draft of the document, seen by the BBC, stresses the “highest political commitment” to implement the deal.

It will be widely seen as a rebuff to the US, as President Trump deliberates on withdrawal from the accord.

The joint statement will be published on Friday after a summit in Brussels.

For more than a year, Chinese and EU officials have been working behind the scenes to agree a joint statement on climate change and clean energy.

The document highlights the dangers posed by rising temperatures, “as a national security issue and multiplying factor of social and political fragility,” while pointing out that the transition to clean energy creates jobs and economic growth.

“The EU and China consider the Paris agreement as an historic achievement further accelerating the irreversible global low greenhouse gas emission and climate resilient development,” the draft document says.

“The Paris Agreement is proof that with shared political will and mutual trust, multilateralism can succeed in building fair and effective solutions to the most critical global problems of our time. The EU and China underline their highest political commitment to the effective implementation of the Paris Agreement in all its aspects.”

Both sides say they will step up action to and “forge ahead with further policies and measures” to implement their national plans on cutting carbon. Significantly, both the EU and China agree that they will outline their long term low carbon strategies by 2020.

The document outlines other areas of co-operation including on the development and linking of carbon markets. There will also be bilateral work on energy labelling, energy performance standards and the performance standards of buildings.

“The EU and China are joining forces to forge ahead on the implementation of the Paris agreement and accelerate the global transition to clean energy,” said EU climate commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete.

“No one should be left behind, but the EU and China have decided to move forward.”

The increased co-operation between the EU and China comes as reports indicate a further cooling in the US towards the Paris accord.

Several sources, quoted by US media, suggest that President Trump is set to pull out. The President himself tweeted enigmatically that he would announce his decision over the next few days.

This comes after the President failed to find common ground with other global leaders at G7 summit in Taormina, Sicily. In the wake of that meeting, German Chancellor Angela Merkel vented her frustration with the US position.

“The entire discussion about climate was very difficult, if not to say very dissatisfying,” she told reporters.

“There are no indications whether the United States will stay in the Paris Agreement or not.”

President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, two senior US officials familiar with his plans told CNN Wednesday, a major break from international partners that would isolate the United States in global efforts to curb global warming.

The decision would put the US at odds with nearly every other nation on earth. It would reflect a major reversal of the Obama administration’s efforts on climate change. And it could trigger further efforts to erode the landmark climate accord.

DONALD Trump will withdraw the US from the Paris agreement to curb climate change, in a move critics have slammed as “catastrophic” and “reckless”.

This puts the US at odds with 194 countries — including Australia — that signed up to the deal in 2015, which is designed to slow global warming and rising sea levels.

Barack Obama was quick to slam the decision, as did former vice president Al Gore, who said the withdrawal was “reckless and indefensible”. Hillary Clinton tweeted that it was a “historic mistake”.

John Kerry, a co-signer of the Paris accord, said the President had taken “a self-destructive step” that put America last. The former Secretary of State called the move “an unprecedented forfeiture of American leadership which will cost us influence, cost us jobs and invite other countries to walk away from solving humanity’s most existential crisis.”


let the wringing of hands and the gnashing of teeth begin..i will be eating popcorn..

for this..i thank you governance whores and green religion adherents can go cry into their carbon credits..


~ by seeker401 on June 2, 2017.

27 Responses to “Trump dumps Paris Accord”

  1. ‘Not good for America or world’: Musk abandons Trump advisory role after Paris deal withdrawal

    • i dunno .. maybe the he couldnt muscle into a cut with the climate czars’ climate-$chemes… so for now he will abandon it. If he is with the G0ldman Sack$ – then sooner or later he’s gonna go with it

    • was great finally yday day-off From-Politicks thx PrezTrump thx for keeping your-promises thx for let ingenuity&wisdom win

  2. Yes its about starving industry of energy not about reducing CO2 .

    Kill off the population to “save” the planet – for the elites

  3. Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.

  4. I might be wrong, but it is a whitewash. Trump said in his speech he would accept a different accord, and the EU said they would not accept a different one. If it was over, then Trump would not be leaving something on the table to discuss.

    Why did Obama sign it in the first place? Why is Trump in control of the sign or not sign deal? The U.S. Senate is supposed to be involved in treaty deals.

  5. Arguments against Trump:
    – President has to negotiate for America
    – Climate change
    – Isolates the U.S.
    – U.S. cities and states desire Paris Accords
    – Trump is a coward
    – broke an agreement
    – the poor will suffer
    – fossil fuels must go
    – it is undemocratic (most people want it)

  6. Arguments against Paris Accord:
    – to defend American jobs
    – scientist’s models mainly wrong
    – man versus nature (not all man)
    – Why Global Warming, now Climate Change?
    – unfair, e.g. China does not have to change, and not much of Russia
    – alarmists are wrong
    – should base these kinds of policy decisions on evidence
    – geological evolutionary evidence IPaul’s argument based on this topic)

  7. Trump. Putin.fill in the gap, all world leaders have been placed in role by the Crownvatican.
    Trump is a puppet too.
    Doing and playing the role of puppet that is said to be ” anti establishment” so that the banking cabal that owns the media can sweep in with the climate change ” (anti carbon” for carbon based lifeforms!! )religion following his demise.

    • SOCKPUPPET, “Doing and playing the role of puppet that is said to be ‘ anti establishment'”

      That is what I think also. I think the larger the clash or contrast Trump makes, then the bigger the outcome. This clash is huge, because the way the issue is being presented, it is Trump versus the world (except Syria and Nicaragua also did not sign the accord). It does put a single figure in the public, global domain who demonstrates control over the global governance. A rejection by a single individual office on a global scale is still on the global scale. He is playing their game, and demonstrated what a single individual world leader could do on the world stage against many nations.

      The other nations have no control over the outcome it seems. They are prey to one individual. Yet, if the accord was that important, then all the nations except three (and also China because they signed on, but do not have obligations), could still implement the Paris accords in their own nations. Most the world’s geography would be effected by the nations that do sign on to the Paris Accords. Yet they are making a big deal about a few nations, especially one nation not signing on to the accord. I know the U.S. possesses a big footprint in the world, but for all the nations to be beholden to one nation, the U.S., really does demonstrate the kind of power that is growing out of one single office on a global scale.

      Their game is playing out and still being put in practice, just under the guise of “rejection” – when it really is a step forward toward their objective.

      • Its called “Controlled opposition”.
        I said Trump is their puppet, all PMs in central banking nations are puppets .Trump PLAYING the role of anti establishment (this makes a villain of the USA with all the carbonzoombies)

        There is no “Clash” as they are all working for the banking cabal.

        The Paris “accord” is composed of Shit .
        You take what the bankers media tell you( the Paris accordian) seriously …you believe it?
        Putin does what he is told just like merkel, may and the other banksters tools do.

        • The clash I referred to may be what you referred to as “mak[ing] a villain of the USA”. The false clash stirs the carbonzoombies into a frenzy. Yet more. The false clash was made by one office, the U.S. President’s office. By one man, the U.S. President. Of course, there is an evil cabal, which include the bankers, that control the U.S. President’s office, and thus Trump, or whoever is President in our times. The puppet, Trump, is one of the public mouthpieces of the more secretive, evil cabal.

          What I find interesting and appalling, is how one office is controlling the agenda. The nations who signed the Accord are all up in arms, along with the general public, about what one man decided, one public office (the Presidential office). That demonstrates just how much power had been consolidated into one public office and one person. Even though Trump rejected the Accord, that is one office rejecting the Accord and many are against or support him. That is what is not good, in my opinion. Many are being pushed into an agenda that supports or goes against one office. That office is being made into such a big deal, holds much power, that most of the earth has joined against the one office. It has gravitated and centralized power into one place.

          I am all for ridding the carbon religion, and in the end, I want no Paris Accord. For it to be gone, would be wonderful. Yet, the means to that end is what I am uncomfortable with. Trump said he will not sign them, yet, he still has the agenda on the table of discussion. He had called for a remaking of the Accord that is better (according to him or whoever). So it is not over. The climate agenda, green religion is alive and well, and had gained momentum from Trump’s act. A wider world is surging in the direction toward the green religion; Trump’s action did not make it go away. It is actually growing.

          So how do we stop something that we want to be rid of, but yet, when people try to get rid of it, it only makes “it” stronger? Catch-22 is the fallen world.

          SOCKPUPPET, “[Do] [y]ou take what the bankers media tell you( the Paris accordian) seriously… you believe it?”

          I do not believe it.

  8. “What’s next?

    Under the terms of the Paris accord, Trump must wait until November 2019 to formally submit his intention to withdraw. At that point, the U.S. enters a one-year waiting period before it’s formally removed. The decision could be reversed by the next president — or even Trump himself. As a result, the issue will be front and center during the 2020 presidential election campaign.”


    • Of course the Chinese want it – they wont comply in reality and then gain all the markets while the west commits economic suicide.

      Who would ever have thought that a necessary trace gas at 1 molecule in 2500 could be used by the satanic elites to destroy humanity while they themselves bask in CO2 profligate luxury .

  10. Claim: Four TRILLION Dollar Per Annum Carbon Tax Required to Save the World…-annum-carbon-tax-required-to-save-the-world/…conomists-nicholas-stern-joseph-a7763376.html

    May 30, 2017 at 8:52 pm

    Call it what it is. It’s a $4 trillion a year wealth redistribution plan and it’s predictable that many billions will disappear before any gets to being used for the stated purposes. Imagine these governments getting used to such a massive revenue stream, and they will always want more—that’s a given.

    May 30, 2017 at 11:50 pm
    I’ve always wondered where all that money was supposed to go…

    Does Mother Nature bank with Goldman Sachs?

    May 31, 2017 at 12:53 am
    “The full report, sponsored by the World Bank, is available here.”

    So the World Bank has published are report saying we need a $4 TRILLION slush fund. And who will be administering the distribution of these funds ??? Oh, wait, it’s the World Bank and its economic hit men.

    old construction worker
    May 31, 2017 at 3:31 am
    “And who will be administering the distribution of these funds ??? Oh, wait, it’s the World Bank and its economic hit men.” Global Tax leads to global governance by unelected elites. No Cap and Trade, No Global Tax.

    • The economic monopoly of the banksters currently have the very same system.
      The bankers have things they call ” governments ” for mind control and for the continued unwitting debt slavery of the people.

      A carbon tax and carbon trading scheme will just create more wealth for the same banksters while pushing billions into poverty.
      Mortgages are just as evil but people do not understand money so do not understand the economic system that siphons off their energy(currency)to the Crown.
      Slavery did not end. Slaves now have to pay for the food, shelter, the privilege of working for and being governed by the Bank of England’s Crown.

  11. THEY-EVIL-LOSERS boy THEY-LOSERS yday haha
    care about from THEY-WAPO US-GLOBAL-stature

  12. Putin on Paris Agreement: ‘We should be grateful to President Trump. In Moscow, it’s raining and cold.’

    “Now, we could blame this all on American imperialism, that it’s all their fault,” he continued. “But we won’t.”

    Putin also said critics of Trump’s decision, which he announced on Thursday afternoon, were overreacting and that there is time to renegotiate the agreement.

    “Don’t worry, be happy,” Putin said. “We still have time. If we all work constructively, we can agree on something.”

    • “that there is time to renegotiate the agreement”

      There it is.

    • To have wars you need to vilify nations.
      What you quote is media spoon fed vilification of the USA.

      You are wrong in that idea Putin, merkel, May and Trump are not on the same team as they are just doing a media production show for you.
      So you don’t look at the media owning bankers pulling their strings.

      Don’t move away from the new Banking monetary scam on the debt slaves who believe and care about all the media shit and drama about Putin and Trump. They are both banksters .
      Bottom line: they are working on a scheme to put the people of the world in poverty while prospering.
      There is no global agreement just a plan from the banksters global govt .
      Trump changed nothing as he has just done what he was told in the drama.

      • Exactly, I know that, I just linked the article, I didn’t write it SOCKPUPPET. All of this has planned out long ago, and yes, they ALL are actors, playing a role indeed.


    brilliant, as always. great links there.

  14. Climate change: Trump says US ‘could conceivably’ rejoin Paris deal

    • Good to keep track of what Trump continues to say, so it does not seem like a surprise in the end. Looking back at what intriguedbyr posted in a comment above, Trump said back then also the deal could be renegotiated.

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