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FEDLSTED -- Three decades of hype and hyperbole, from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, is no longer effective

As the following news stories will attest, the United Nations COP25 climate change conference in Madrid, Spain spun itself into a disaster. Reports on one of the most expensive and useless gab fests in current political annals are dismal:

The world is not facing a climate crisis. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) however, is suffering a credibility crisis.

UNFCCC demands that developed and developing nations stop economic growth to reduce carbon emissions have hit an impenetrable stone wall. Governments will not accept climate plans that reduce their standards of living and stifle economic development. They are aware that the societies they serve will not stand for it.

People want to improve or at least maintain the standards of living they have become accustomed to.

COP25 finally collapsed into a melee of nations demanding that someone else accept the reductions in living standards and economic development that meeting Paris Accord targets require.

Three decades of hype and hyperbole, from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, is no longer effective.
With each passing year the failure of predictions to manifest, are more obvious, along with the increase in hysteria because countries will not adhere to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change dictates.

Most delegates to the COP25 conference have one thing in common – they are not accountable for the results of their demands for changes in how free world economies operate. They are not accountable or responsible for anything.

The falling out of COP25 nations has not been reported in the Canadian media. We should be outraged at government insistence that we meet Paris Agreement carbon emission reduction targets.

Climate change is a world-wide problem. If the world nations are not on board to make the changes the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is demanding, which is now obvious, our government has no reason or right to impose sanctions on us that can have no effect on climate change in Canada or elsewhere.

Collapse of the UNFCCC COP25 is sound reason for our withdrawal from the United Nations. We must not support an organization that is incapable of sound leadership.

The United Nations was not created to deal with climate. It has failed at its primary functions of promoting and maintaining world peace. It is equally inept at understanding and adapting to climate change.

The insanity must end.


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