5 thoughts on “UN: Ratify Paris climate deal or face exclusion from decisions”

  1. Since when is the right to approve or disapprove a so called “agreement” considered a “privilege”?

    The unelected EU bureaucracy is going down.

  2. This two-page tribute to my late research mentor, Professor Paul Kazuo Kuroda (2017-2001),

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Tribute_to_Paul_Kazuo_Kuroda.pdf

    may help the public understand how the smiling faces of world leaders meeting in Hiroshima,

    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/04/11/national/politics-diplomacy/terrorism-nuclear-issues-agenda-g-7-foreign-ministers-meeting-hiroshima/#.VwrE5xI8KnM

    belie their exaggerated claims about the long-term dangers of nuclear radiation.

    With kind regards,
    ~Oliver K. Manuel

  3. Sounds like a convenient ‘escape clause’ for those countries which give more to the UN than they receive.

  4. Clearly it is set up for the countries that get more than they give. There are something like 42 countries that supply all the money and around 200 who are sucking off the rest. Amazing how these treaties get passed.

  5. And then the United States could pull its considerable funding, usually around 22% a year, more than any other country. Which should have been done long ago.

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