The pure hypocrisy and disingenuous theatrics of globalists and those they entertain is both offensive and laughable. The fact that they get away with is directly attributable to the apathy, naiveté and brainwashing of the citizens of every nation around the globe. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited President Emmanuel “Rothschild” Macron in Paris on Saturday where the two engaged in some of the most phony, empty, dishonest political theater in recent memory.
Modi arrived in Paris in the aftermath of President Trump’s announcement of the Climate hoax pullout and surprisingly vowed that his country will “continue” to go “above and beyond” in its fulfillment of the Paris climate accord. How hard is it to continue to do nothing, Modi? And to go above and beyond nothing wouldn’t take much either. He could turn the thermostat a degree or two for a day in the official mansion and that would more than meet the definition.
Modi said, with a straight face, as he stood next to “Rothschild” Macron in a Saturday news conference, that the Paris agreement was part of “our duty to protect Mother Earth.” That’s a duty that Modi has made quite clear comes with strings attached, just as President Trump stated in his speech. We all are vividly aware of the “negotiating prowess” of Obama and Kerry from the Iran debacle, so it’s not surprising that India insisted on signing onto the deal only if their demands were met.
As the summit opening day was rapidly approaching, in October of 2015, The Daily Caller reported that “Indian climate change minister Prakash Javadekar said he was ‘not at all happy’ with the draft version for reasons of ‘equity’ and indicated that India will oppose it during the next round of negotiations. Under India’s proposed commitment, the country will triple its CO2 emissions.
In the negotiations, India is perhaps the most important developing country as it has led the effort by poorer countries to force wealthier nations to increase financial assistance in exchange for cooperation on climate change. India has made it clear that it will only begin reducing its emissions if it receives substantial assistance from Western countries, equivalent to $2.5 trillion over the next 15 years in direct aid, grants, and cheap financing.
The Obama administration had already committed $4 billion to subsidize the development of solar power in India.”
It seems financial gain is more of a factor in decision making than “Mother Earth,” but he’s likely just playing along, fully aware that it’s all a scam and just getting his take for himself or his country, perhaps both. Another official of the Indian government, Anil Swarup, the top bureaucrat in India’s coal ministry, further illustrated the duplicity of the Indian position when he stated, just after the signing, “The environment is non-negotiable and we are extremely careful about it. (But) our dependence on coal will continue. There are no other alternatives available.”
The Guardian reported, “While India has plans to add 30 times more solar-powered generation capacity by 2022, there were limitations to clean energy and coal would remain the most efficient energy source for decades.”
Modi continued to pretend he and his nation were actually sacrificing in the name of the non-existent threat, saying, “The Paris agreement is the common heritage of the world. It is a gift that this generation can give.” Of course, by the time his country gets around to participating, thirteen years from now, it will already be the next generation.
India’s environment minister, Harsh Vardhan, added his comments on Friday, saying, “As far as the Paris agreement is concerned … our government is committed irrespective of the stand of anyone, anywhere in the world.”
That being said, it’s clear from their own words that that is not the case. They’re only committed when a schmuck like Obama is throwing trillions of taxpayer dollars their way. Or when they’re making empty proclamations about how moral they are.
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