As if mining coal and drilling oil in Alaska is going to give jobs. China will be the leading country in alternative energy with millions of jobs world wide whilst the USA will become a third world state with mountains of unusable coal and a total stagnant economy. Great my ass
It's interesting how the general american public is so self-absorbed and greedy that if you had the choice of having to pay an extra cent every year to keep your children alive, you'd probably strangle them yourselves.
This has nothing to do with the obvious bait, but it just fucking boggles my mind.
>>734487272 The pact was to get countries started towards accepting climate change priorities with a toothless pact. Then, in 5 or 10 years we can make a worldwide pact with fairness and with real teeth.
>>734487957 i think you underestimate how much of america actually very strongly dislikes our own president. it's pathetic how we haven't gotten rid of him yet. the public rolls over every single fucking time. the water must be good here
>>734487272 I for one am glad Americans are as dumb as OP. Americans tend to look down on people, now we can look down on you. You are the niggers of the neighborhood now with your actual pollution instead of the typical nigger noise pollution.
>>734488565 Never said anything about that, but if you had the choice of saving your school/neighbour/kindergarten for $50, not a single fucking american seems like they'd give a single fuck since "IT AIN'T ME OR MY SISTERWIFE, I AIN'T GONNA PAY FOR OTHERS"
>>734487272 Your coal job is not coming back because it's still cheaper to have coal shipped in from South America. You cannot compete with the prices they can offer unless you lower wages. Accept the fact that your "skills" are no longer of any value and work to make yourself useful to another employer.
>>734488984 Given the chance you'd erase the shit out of that because it means that you'd get an extra $60 each month. Safety net? Fuck that right? Who the fuck cares about other people man, aslong as it isn't me lul
>>734490022 Well and also the GOP started pandering to the religious filth back in the 1970s, and these people believe that the worse off the world gets the more likely it brings about the Biblical endtimes.
>>734490089 >try to send the money where it's needed >end up spending more than you were saving so now there's less money to go where it's needed than you started with You should avoid credit cards and loans because you will fuck it up.
>>734487272 >pulled out of that climate >put American jobs first Switching to environmentally friendly energy sources will create far more jobs and better jobs then digging in the mud for more hydrocarbons.
>>734490413 well we better get to working on an alternative so when those other countries figure something out we're not screwed. oh wait, the initiative is to look for an alternative. god damnit i'm a fucking retard
the other 199 countries were not / never going to pull their own weight.
Murrica was going to have to do the leg work and pony up the dosh. the rest of the world hates our orange monkey of a president because now they are not going to get to walk all over the US as we hand out free shit.
Libtards (or libTURDS as I call them, lol) just cannot comprehend that God has a plan for us and we are wasting our time with (((science))) and other leftist lies. EIGHT MORE YEARS TURDS LOLOLOLOLLLOLOL
>>734487272 Glad to hear you glad. I really hope you enjoy your 50 years of life living in a trailer with your black lung. Good news though, you won't care with your overly prescribed opioids and readily available meth from your garage lab.
>>734487910 China wasn't paying their part so why should we. Also you do not need an agreement to presue alternative energy. We can in fact save the money that we were giving those freeloaders to research our own alternative energy.
Reducing your own pollution and contribution to a planet that is slowly getting poisoned is not giving handouts you moron.
Have you ever been to China? If you have you will understand exactly why they are still completely invested in the accord. Their cities are getting ass raped by emissions, the entire world needs to come together on this and find better solutions than lighting fucking huge coal fires to power our countries.
>>734495482 Don't worry anon, God will take care of the environment. He watches over us and protects us, and he can see everything we do. He knows if we've been naughty or nice, and if you're naughty he doesn't give you any presents and your ozone layer will go away.
>>734495953 >>734495953 He did say it you knuckle dragging moron. And it's very funny that they overlayed it on the climate speech video. You're just mad because your president is a moron, or because you're a Russian and you're paid to post to support this dolt.
Here's the video, fuckface. Now kill yourself and spare the gene pool. http://www.slate.com/blogs/lexicon_valley/2015/07/31/donald_trump_this_run_on_sentence_from_a_speech_in_sun_city_south_carolina.html
>>734495512 "Clean" energy conversions would cost the people billions and employ maybe a few hundred thousand short term, and a few dozen thousand long term. But it's really just employment shuffling that would create a larger class gap.
Stop talking about "clean" energy, start allowing nuclear power. Government can create a natural energy solution flow that the public would demand if they would simply fuck off. Private nuclear power would pop up nation wide and crush the existing infrastructure in a matter of decades if they government would simply fuck off. We'd have cheap, clean energy and a massive kick in the pants to the economy in the meantime. But nah, instead let's subsidize wind farms and hurt the existing backbone of the electrical grid. That'll make American competitive.
1 Myanmar 2 United States 3 Australia 4 New Zealand 5 Sri Lanka 6 Canada 7 Indonesia 8 United Kingdom 9 Ireland 10 UAE 11 UzbekistanThe 20 most generous countries
Myanmar United States Australia New Zealand Sri Lanka Canada Indonesia United Kingdom Ireland UAE Uzbekistan Kenya Netherlands Norway Turkmenistan Malta Iceland Bhutan Kuwait Denmark 12 Kenya 13 Netherlands 14 Norway 15 Turkmenistan 16 Malta 17 Iceland 18 Bhutan 19 Kuwait 20 Denmark
>>734496832 I didn't see anything about governments in there. Also We give many of those countries a fuck ton of money. I guess we give so fucking much to them that they give it away. So maybe we need to stop giving other countries money all together and keep it at home.
>>734487272 I agree. Paris would have cost the U.S. 6.5 MILLION JOBS according to most analysts. And that doesn't even count the $3B a year pay-in we'd have to anti-up on as an incentive for third world countries to build "green" (it's bullshit) energy plants. Meanwhile, China, a quarter of the world's population and largest industrial country, operates on FUCKING COAL!!!
Retarded treaty is retarded. If everyone is not in, why should the U.S. lose jobs and money domestically to try to incentivize Fuckstanistan to use Elon Muskmobile. Why? So Germans, etc., can get fatter off of our back and while we get fucked by China, they laugh.
Little known fact: the European governments subsidize most industries to compete on the international market (meaning their governments artificially LOWER the price of their export goods to fuck the U.S. over as the U.S. does not subsidize exports). Free trade, or fuck job?
Praise Trump for understanding how we have been getting royally fucked, and for having the balls to stand up to loud libtards and their agendas in order to do the right thing for U.S. citizens. How refreshing from an 8 year fall the U.S. experienced under Obama, going from the #1 nation on the planet to not even in the top 20 anymore.
I didn't vote for Trump, I am embarrassed to say. I was a Berniefag. Somehow, I got duped into voting for Hillary afterward. Never again. Watching libtards post their Soros-paid propaganda everyday here on my 4chan (been here 12 years and never seen it so bad), changed my mind. I get it now and it's time the citizens took back the U.S.
>>734487910 TIL coal will become unusable for some reason
In the fourth quarter of 2016, the U.S. exported 19.3 million short tons of coal (9.7% of total production) to dozens of countries around the world; the largest markets were the Netherlands (17% of all exports), Brazil (10%), and South Korea (10%).
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