Saturday, March 4, 2017


The  Amazing  Delingpole Who Is Always Right,  because Breitbart instantly removes  comments questioning his infallibility, tells his readers President Trump faces a terrible dilemma : Should he:

Trainspotters take note this isn't  really Deingpole wearing
 his hunting cap: it's  his  brother Dick's computer game fake tank helmet- and pipe to boot!

a) follow the example of his predecessors — the Bushes, Clinton, and Obama — and take the dumb, cowardly, economically damaging, scientifically illiterate and totally wrong decision?or 
b) stay true to his campaign promises and do the right thing by America, by honest science, and by the whole world? 
Personally, I would have thought it was a no-brainer.  But not, apparently. The New York Times is urging President Trump to ignore the facts and the evidence, and instead listen to the siren voices of his daughter Ivanka, his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the various assorted members of the Climate Industrial Complex who...  want him to keep the U.S. stuck in the disastrous and ill-advised United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).  
At least George H.W. Bush, who nodded through the deal at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, had the excuse that he was going with the flow of the popular mood and acting in accordance with the known science of the time.  
But that was 25 years ago, ... and no one had ever heard of twerking, virtue-signalling, Grand Theft Auto, Breaking Bad, the Second Gulf War, Islamic State or Amy Schumer’s comedy vagina —...since when...One of the big things that has changed... is that anyone who has done any background reading on the subject now knows that it is based on a pack of lies, junk science and barely concealed left-wing political activism. 
The distinguished physicist Dr. Richard Lindzen recently set out the case well in an open letter to the president, signed by more than 300 eminent scientists and other qualified individuals: