This morning, President Donald Trump declared he is withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement. His decision strikes a major blow to globalist efforts to combat the climate. President Trump told the media that the U.S. would consider re-entering the agreement, but only if it can get more favorable terms.

After touting the exploding American economy, President Trump reminded the world that his job is to represent Americans and not the globalist agenda, “I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.”

The Paris Climate Treaty has nothing to do with “climate” and everything possible to do with economics, globalism and the controlled redistribution of economic wealth as constructed through decades of advanced policies by multinational financial interests.

Globalists had a very good chance of creating a one-world order with the signing of the TPP and Paris Climate Accord during President Barack Obama’s 8 years in office.

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The winds of fortune, however, changed for the globalists when Donald J. Trump became President and had the courage to walk away from the Paris Climate Accord and instead, follow through on his commitment to American voters, to put the interests of the United States of America first. In doing so, Trump has threatened their agenda—expect their allies in the Democrat Party and the media to strike back—hard.

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This morning, President Trump explained his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord. Trump explains that the Paris Accord, is “very unfair at the highest level, to the United States,” adding that the current agreement, ” blocks the development of clean coal in America.” He talked about the “unheard of” opening of a new coal mine in America, as he revealed the Paris Accord gives China the ability to “double its development of coal plants,” while claiming that India and European nations will also open new coal plants.

Trump told the media, “The rest of the world applauded when Obama signed the agreement because it put the United States at a “very serious disadvantage.”

“The agreement is a massive redistribution of United States wealth to other countries,” President Trump explained.

Trump made it clear that “America remains the world’s leader on environmental issues,” and that he’s willing to work with Democrats, referring to them as  “the obstructionists,” to make a deal that is fair to America.

There are factually TRILLIONS of dollars at stake.

The Last Refuge reports – The primary concern for every affiliated entity surrounds economics, not climate. “Climate” issues are the Trojan horse, the false ruse, the talking point, the scheme to get economic systems in place -yes, political systems- to control the distributive flow of larger economic wealth within all nations. Period.

President Trump is very smart about the long-term ramifications to this ‘treaty’. If the heavily influenced industrialized nations commit themselves to this agreement they will be anchoring their economic manufacturing base within a tiered system of ridiculously burdensome regulations and agreements.

The strategic benefit to the United States will stem from not participating in the regulatory stranglehold that accompanies the agreement. Obviously all nations that compete with the U.S on international trade agreements would, for once, be at a disadvantage; and our American manufacturing and industrial base would be able to take strategic advantage.  This is why those nations will never complete their promises under the Paris Agreement, they can’t and they won’t.

In larger terms back in the U.S., President Trump’s refocused policy objectives remove the political benefit from Wall Street and places it back with Main Street, reversing a three-decade-long shift.

This approach is adverse to the interests of the globalists.

President Trump’s economic team is well aware of the strategic advantage is walking away from the Paris Climate Treaty. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and their entire economic and financial team know what is needed to reverse the decades-long construct and defeat the interests of the global elites.

Globalists like George Soros warned about the implications of electing nationalist-populist leaders who put their nations first, like Donald Trump.

The Voice of Europe reports – In an interview with the New York Times, George Soros, the Hungarian-born American billionaire, and globalist-in-chief said that nationalist-populist like Donald Trump are temporary aberrations and that globalism would soon vanquish nationalism.

For Soros, the rise of nationalism in Europe, North America, and throughout the globe is nothing more than a coincidence. “I have to admit that the tide has turned against me, but I don’t think that I have failed,” Soros said during a separate interview with NPR radio.

“[Trump] is an aberration, and he is clearly putting his personal interests ahead of the national interests,” Soros told reporters from the NYT. “I think it will contribute to his demise next year. So I am slightly predicting that things will turn around.”

In the same interview, George Soros, who’s one of the largest donors of leftist parties in Europe and America, said that he believes Trump will lose in the 2020 election and that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is “the most qualified to be president.”

In 2017, Investors Daily reported – The UN Admits That The Paris Climate Deal Was A Fraud

According to the latest annual UN report on the “emissions gap,” the Paris agreement will provide only a third of the cuts in greenhouse gas that environmentalists claim is needed to prevent catastrophic warming. If every country involved in those accords abides by their pledges between now and 2030 — which is a dubious proposition — temperatures will still rise by 3 degrees Celsius by 2100. The goal of the Paris agreement was to keep the global temperature increase to under 2 degrees.

The report says unless global greenhouse gas emissions peak before 2020, the CO2 levels will be way above the goal set for 2030, which, it goes on, will make it “extremely unlikely that the goal of holding global warming to well below 2 degrees C can still be reached.”

Not to worry. The UN claims that closing this gap will be easy enough, if nations set their collective minds to it.

But this is a fantasy. The list of what would need to be done by 2020 — a little over two years from now — includes: Boosting renewable energy’s share to 30%. Pushing electric cars to 15% of new car sales, up from less than 1% today. Doubling mass transit use. Cutting air travel CO2 emissions by 20%. And coming up with $1 trillion for “climate action.”

Oh, and coal-fired power plants would have to be phased out worldwide, starting now.

According to the report, “phasing out coal consumption … is an indispensable condition for achieving international climate change targets.” That means putting a halt to any new coal plants while starting to phase out the ones currently in use.

Good luck with that. There are currently 273 gigawatts of coal capacity under construction around the world, and another 570 gigawatts in the pipeline, the UN says. That would represent a 42% increase in global energy production from coal. Does anyone really think developing countries who need coal as a cheap source of fuel to grow their economies will suddenly call it quits?

So, does this mean the planet is doomed? Hardly. As we have noted in this space many times, all those forecasts of global catastrophe are based on computer models that have been unreliable predictors of warming. And all of the horror stories assume the worst.

What the report does make clear, however, is that all the posturing by government leaders in Paris was just that. Posturing. None of these countries intended to take the drastic and economically catastrophic steps environmentalist claim are needed to prevent a climate change doomsday. As such, Trump was right to stop pretending.

Whether you believe in climate change or not, the Paris climate accord amounted to nothing, or pretty close to it. Even the UN admits that now.

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