President Trump’s Clexit (Climate Exit) from the Paris agreement is a great step towards recovery from the global warming hysteria.

Coming soon after the UK Brexit which rejected the EU green octopus, the US Clexit will encourage Clexit efforts in places like central Europe, Canada and even in the decaying green swamp-lands of Germany and France. UK may even get the courage to “cut the green crap”.

This US Clexit follows the first step taken in 2010 when the canny Japanese refused to extend the Kyoto Protocol. And then Tony Abbott killed off Australia’s Carbon Tax.

The final step will be UN-CLEXIT – withdrawal from all UN climate agreements and obligations, and defunding the government climate “research” and propaganda industry.

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Beegle
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Beegle

I won’t be holding my breath. These people don’t sleep with their think tanks and the next new ploy. But funnily enough I read the Qld govt has stopped any new starters with the solar panel roof rort. People are getting such a good price for their power they’re investing in batteries ( I assume the latest vanadium redux batteries) and making a killing supplying the grid. Trouble is as we know it’s unsustainable and will collapse the power system. A lot of speculators want to see off cheap coal power. I’m thinking Malcolm has couple of vanadium shares.

Pablo
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Pablo

Just Mother nature doing what Nature does….The SINGLE Constant about Nature, is that it is Always Changing….

cliveh
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cliveh

Hey sailor,never believe anything that the MSM tell you.They LIE.

BillBates2
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BillBates2

By encouraging Turnbull to remain in politics, Howerd just about destroyed what little there was left of democracy in Australia. Shame on him.

zeitgeist
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zeitgeist

Young people also paradoxially believe in both the hole in the ozone layer and that banning CFC’s has healed it. Most of them can’t grasp the concept that there never was a hole and that thinning and replemenishment over Antarctica may in fact be a normal cycle. Climate alarmism has had many dry runs over the decades to get it to the point where it is taught in schools as both gospel and fact.

shango
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shango

I passed by the radio this morning and wondered what I would hear if I flicked on to RN. A moment or two of Fran Kelly, with the Leftard Activation string pulled out of her back, and it was bleating on about carbon and LET and whatever. Is it possible that the world might be moving on to something else apart from carbon emissions and identity politics, and leaving the likes of Kelly and Our ABC behind? That would be great, if we weren’t paying them.

BillBates2
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BillBates2

See my reply to Bk above Cassie

BillBates2
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BillBates2

My American friends are staggered by the cost of our electricity. Even Obama didn’t gouge the power companies to the extent that we have allowed the Renewables supporters to get away with.

BillBates2
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BillBates2

Bk 100% with you, unfortunately I have found that several of my sceptic friends have man made Climate changing children. The product of expensive private education too

BigAlofWA
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BigAlofWA

Come over here BK, we have the cheapest and most reliable power in the country, that is until “Sneakers McGowan” get his hands on it.

steamroller
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steamroller

There is a simple way to explain to young people in a rational manner and it goes like this. 1) Do you want too give up your X Box. 2) Do you want to give up your souped up car. 3) Do you you want to give up your cafe latte in a throw away cup. 4) Do you want to give up your I PHONE. 5) Do you want to drink tap water rather than out of a plastic throw away bottle. if your answer is no then suck it up you are part of the problem.

stukric
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stukric

Glad you to can see the chosenites at work “TC”.

stukric
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stukric

Glad you can see the chosenites at work “B”.

stukric
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stukric

But are the GEOENGINEERS destroying the climate/planet?

matryoshka
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matryoshka

Sounds good but don’t hold you breath.

bazza43
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bazza43

Lets hope it happens before the idiots blow up all the coal fired power stations .If that doesn’t happen then India & China will be in the drivers seat in manufacturing.

HappyExpat
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HappyExpat

I agree with you. It is a wonderful country. Only problem is it is infested with dickheads who vote the worst possible leaders into power and then spend the next four years whinging about them only to repeat the same mistake again. What a choice? Turnbull or Shorten? Bugger me.

HappyExpat
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HappyExpat

Don’t get too carried away with these early signs. Thursday;s UK election will tell us a thing or two. From starting as a laid down mazairre for the Conservatives its now looking very much like a Labour victory. Even if they have to form a coalition in a minority government its still a victory for Labour because their policies will prevail and Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement will be meaningless. Look what happened in the French and Dutch elections. One cannot now predict the stupidity of the rank and file. Democracy has failed because it gives voice to idiots… Read more »

ApplePie
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ApplePie

The atmosphere is CO2 deficient and you know it BB. As the planet warms human kind is advantaged. The warming is not out of control and the human influence is negligle – got it

oldskankhidinginTheShadow
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oldskankhidinginTheShadow

It appears that BillyB is once more denying that Mother Nature has her own ways of coping with change.
Never mind, bullshit is always useful in the Carbon cycle.

ApplePie
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ApplePie

LP You must be referring to Obama’s uni lecture speech on our reef. From that time I knew the bloke was a fraud and an idiot.

ApplePie
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ApplePie

You really like everything tied up in pretty bows don’t you BB. “Balance in the carbon cycle including volcanic emissions” – bullshit. You only believe that because it makes the rest of your hypothesis plausible. Even the scientists don’t have a handle on the millions of sub oceanic volcanic emissions.

MarkoffChaney
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Nope. Not going to happen. This is just for show. Trump (if he is not impeached or ‘taken care of’) will reverse course by signing up to various programs over time such that the net effect will be exactly the same. No man, President or otherwise, will be permitted to destroy the program for global governance. It is called Technocracy and it has been in the works since 1920’s – and even all the way back to Henri de Saint-Simon and August Comte.

Best interview on it here: Technocracy Rising
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNkDiBOO4H0&t=5s

BloodyAmazed
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BloodyAmazed

Our youths have been so intensely brainwashed by the evil, anti-Australian education institutions and the evil, racist, anti-Australian ABC/SBS. We need to start by rooting out those academics/journalists who damaging the our impressionable youth.

igiveup
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igiveup

Science is the big loser here, there was a time I liked watching science shows now you just can’t believe a word they say.

OldCodger
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“Get the US out of the UN, and the UN out of the US”
The time has come!

ani-mal
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ani-mal

All organisms will have an effect on the biosphere. It is a matter of simple knowledge. Remember all those evil biological things that used sunlight and converted our ghastly atmosphere full of methane and god knows what else to produce that toxic oxygen that rusts everything and makes fires burn out of control and. OMG and now we have CO2..What next??

Fedup
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Fedup

ViV I have a question for you and I hope that you can answer it and that it is not an idiotic question. Does anyone know how much carbon a gum tree absorbs as it grows to maturity and then how much it would release back into the atmosphere if it were cut down and burned as a fuel? Just interested in the answer. Thankyou.

Dynamite
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The Believers will not give up without an enormous fight. To have to admit they were wrong would be just too much. To be separated from their taxpayer funded jobs could not be allowed to happen, even though it is ok for tens of thousands of people worle wide to lose theirs. They have a bit in common with sociopaths, it seems.

1944er
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1944er

The Port Arthur tide mark is the same today as it was when first settled! Human beings have been around for a relatively short period and as the climate has changed prior to our arrival, it is self evident, that we are not the cause. We have some influence albeit small versus volcanoes but nevertheless we ought to try and mitigate our imput. That said, the agenda is mainly bullshit and dollar driven!

Pablo
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Pablo

I have Single Handedly solved the reason the Sea is now Rising…..All the Melting Snowflakes across the World carrying on like a bunch of Angry Drips that Reality has finally caught up with their “Progressive Agenda of Finance Generation”…

chumo
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chumo

If Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t “trump” the election, he will scare the living out of May. If he wins , his brother will shame the bloody lot of them and their Climate rubbish.

sibcat
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sibcat

I truely hope you are correct. I love Clexit…may we hear it for the near future….then after a useful & fruitful short life, it can be consigned to the history books as a job well done.

Okeden
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Okeden

Love your thoughts Viv. What we then need to do is exit the bloody UN. What a worthless piece of sh*t that is.

Minkers
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Minkers

I really want that final step, Viv. Better would be complete withdrawal from the U.N.

MickC
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MickC

I seem to remember a few years ago that the UN was years behind (or maybe never had) with the rental payments for the UN HQ Building. Anybody got a clue ? Could be a great money grab or even greater eviction eh ?

GregDeane
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GregDeane

Trump says he’s just doing it for America, but Clexit is the best thing he could have done for even Germany and France, as well as Australia. Now he must build that wall.

meringa
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meringa

On TV news at weekend. The rising sea levels are a threat to Koala habitat as they are all near the coast. What the??

ConcernedBystander
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ConcernedBystander

Thank you Viv. You make it easier to argue the point in general conversation. I love pointing out to people that the beach I grew up on has the same water level as when I was 5 years old. 42 Years ago. Then I ask why only some areas have the so called ‘rising sea level’, but not our area. The response is a blank stare. Great piece from Clive James in The Weekend Australian. Pointing out brilliantly the stupidity of it all. Google it and read it. Well worth the read.

oldskankhidinginTheShadow
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oldskankhidinginTheShadow

Queue the outpouring of threats and abuse from the sanctimonious Lefties
in regard to “deniers”. The truth has rised to the top and hopefully the swamp is being drained.

JohnKeough
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JohnKeough

Right on VIV!