Tuesday, June 06, 2017

What Angers European Governments

Let's review what angers Europeans.

Saddam's oppression and aggression didn't anger European governments.

Russia's invasion of Georgia didn't anger Europeans.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine didn't anger Europeans.

Iran's drive for nuclear missiles didn't anger Europeans.

Assad's slaughter of civilians didn't anger Europeans.

Migrant/refugee crime problems didn't anger Europeans.

Bombings in France only momentarily angered Europeans, as the Manchester bombing that slaughtered little girls in Britain demonstrated by highlighting the "resolve" to carry on like nothing happened.

But President Trump pulled out of the Paris climate agreement, which even if it works and everyone carries out their BS "goals" through 2030, would have an impact predicted (by notoriously bad models) to be a global temperature in 2100 that is 0.05 degrees Celsius lower than it would be without the agreement.

And this has angered Europeans:

President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would withdraw the United States from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate change, drawing anger and condemnation from world leaders and heads of industry.

This over-the-top anger and condemnation is based on a predicted change measured in rounding error margins.

Again, 0.05 degrees Celsius. This is angels on pinhead territory, people.

So I bet Europeans will come up with another sad emoji for the latest terror attack victims in London before getting back to righteous anger at the fate of a BS agreement signed in Paris.

Prime Minister May said "enough is enough" after the London attack. But I doubt that is really true.

Now go and emit no more.