Paris Climate Accord? Is it Good for the U.S.?

Nate Beeler / Columbus Dispatch

You have all heard that President Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement!  If you believe the FAKE NEWS like most people, then you must think it is a bad thing?  But, how do you really know?  Did you read the Paris Agreement?  Or do you just believe the FAKE NEWS?  Is your mind programmed to believe CNN, MSN, NBC?  Don’t be a lemming who is going to follow the crowd like a good liberal?  I’m NOT.  So I did the research.


First, I want to say Trump is a deal maker.  He reads the documents.  He determines if they are good for the United States.  How many of you out their just sign agreements without reading them.  I am sure most of  you are.  And then you whine when you get in trouble and blame your lawyers or the other guy for taking advantage of you when the deal goes bad.  Here is what I got out of the Paris Agreement and I will tell you why I think it was BAD for the United States.


Here is the most important paragraph in the Agreement.

                                                                                       Article 9
1.      Developed country Parties shall provide financial resources to assist developing country Parties with respect to both mitigation and adaptation in continuation of their existing obligations under the Convention.

Once I read that line I KNEW.  This is a BAD thing.  This is like another Obama welfare give away.   Obama grew up learning a welfare mentality.  So he thinks free handouts are a good thing.  And he would ruin our country by making the United States burden itself by paying WELFARE money to all the developing country Parties.  REALLY!  WHY!  

Let’s look at this.

Who are Developed Country Parties?  That’s right.  The United States, UK, Germany, France, Australia Belgium, Italy.

Who are Developing Countries?

Afghanistan Guatemala Panama
Albania Guinea Papua New Guinea
Algeria Guinea-Bissau Paraguay
American Samoa Guyana Peru
Angola Haiti Philippines
Argentina Honduras Romania
Armenia India Russian Federation
Azerbaijan Indonesia Rwanda
Bangladesh Iran, Islamic Rep. of Samoa
Belarus Iraq Sao Tome and Principe
Belize Jamaica Senegal
Benin Jordan Serbia
Bhutan Kazakhstan Seychelles
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Kenya Sierra Leone
Bosnia and Herzegovina Kiribati Solomon Islands
Botswana Korea, Democ. P. Rep. of Somalia
Brazil Kosovo South Africa
Bulgaria Kyrgyz Republic South Sudan
Burkina Faso Lao People’s Democ. Rep. Sri Lanka
Burundi Lebanon St. Lucia
Cambodia Lesotho St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Cameroon Liberia Sudan
Cape Verde Libya Suriname
Central African Republic Macedonia, the F.Y.R. of Swaziland
Chad Madagascar Syrian Arab Republic
China Malawi Tajikistan
Colombia Malaysia Tanzania, United Republic of
Comoros Maldives Thailand
Congo, Democ. Republic of the Mali Timor-Leste
Congo, Rep. Marshall Islands Togo
Costa Rica Mauritania Tonga
Côte d’Ivoire Mauritius Tunisia
Cuba Mexico Turkey
Djibouti Micronesia, Fed. States of Turkmenistan
Dominica Moldova Tuvalu
Dominican Republic Mongolia Uganda
Ecuador Montenegro Ukraine
Egypt, Arab Rep. Morocco Uzbekistan
El Salvador Mozambique Vanuatu
Eritrea Myanmar Venezuela, (Bolivarian Republic of)
Ethiopia Namibia Vietnam
Fiji Nepal West Bank and Gaza*)
Gabon Nicaragua Yemen
Gambia, The Niger Zambia
Georgia Nigeria Zimbabwe
Ghana Pakistan
Grenada Palau

Do you see the problem here.  The Developed Countries (United States) pay to convert all these Developing Countries Power Plants to be GREEN and COMPLIANT.  In simple terms, the United States uses our taxpayer dollars to pay all these countries to fix their inefficient Power Plants.

You hear 195 Countries signed the Paris Agreement.  And you wonder why Trump would pull out?  Of course these countries signed on.  Because if you are one of the 180 Developing Countries you get FREE MONEY from the United States to improve your countries infrastructure.   It’s nothing more than Global Welfare and we the United States pay.  I don’t like that.  Do you?  What kind of idiot would sign such a thing?

Think about it.  Why should we fix all these Developing Countries before we fix our own Country.

I have a question for you.  If you are the wealthiest guy in your neighborhood, do you think you should pay to fix everyone else’s house?  I don’t.  So why should the United States pay to fix all the developing countries infrastructure?

President Trump did the right thing here.

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