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Viva El Jefe! Trump Withdraws from Paris Climate Confab June 1, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, Basics, cultural marxism, episcopate, fightback, foolishness, Francis, It's all about the $$$, Restoration, secularism, Society, the struggle for the Church, true leadership.

Even more delicious than Trump’s following through on a significant campaign promise in pulling the US out of the tyrannical and unjustifiable Paris Climate Accord, in spite of several of his closest advisors pushing against doing so (especially his daughter and son-in-law), is the Left’s hysterical reaction.  Their multifaceted religion of sexular paganism has been offended against!  The holy temple of gaia has been violated!  This must not stand!

The Federalist provides a nice rundown of some of the most unhinged responses from #theresistance crowd of Twitter verified assholes:

Billionaire and faux environmentalist Tom Steyer said withdrawing would be a “traitorous act of war.”

Democrat Jon Ossoff warns Trump: “History will condemn” you if US leaves Paris climate deal

Quote fabricator Neil deGrasse Tyson said Trump wasn’t science-y enough to know science things good: “If I and my advisors had never learned what Science is or how & why it works, then I’d consider pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord too.” [Always the preening condescension and self-aggrandizement.  We poor dumb a$$ conservatives just can’t comprehend science]

One of Pope Francis’s right-hand men said it would be “a slap in the face” to the Vatican if Trump did not continue to punish U.S. manufacturers to appease European elites. [This was Msgr. Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, whose earth-mother worshipping extremism and pro-abortion antics have already been covered several times on this blog]

Let’s expand a bit on Sanchez’ rant, shall we?  From Crux:

Argentine Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, said that if Trump takes the United States out of the Paris deal, signed in Dec. 2015, “it would be a disaster for everyone. There’s little else to comment on.”

Sorondo is quoted by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica coming back from a summit at the United Nations devoted to climate change.

“I don’t know what Trump spoke about with the pope,” Sorondo said. “I don’t believe, however, that the conversation was very detailed on climate. I know, however, that the President of the United States spoke about this in the conversation he had with Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s secretary of state.”

In that sense, the bishop said, Trump pulling out of the accords would be “a slap in the face also for us,” referring to the Vatican.

The U.S. President has long spoken about pulling out from Paris, and, according to Sorondo, this is motivated by the “oil lobby.” [Of course it is.  Sorondo has used this simplistic, plainly false slur before.]

But wait, there’s more!  The USCCB has to get in on the act, too!

Bishop Oscar Cantú of Las Cruces, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on International Justice and Peace, has urged the president not to pull out of the agreement.

“The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is on record supporting prudent action to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change,” Cantú said in a statement. [Which are………..what, exactly?  Soaring energy prices leading to potential famine around the world as cheap and efficient sources of energy are blocked for reasons for pure ideology and the desire of the Left to impose communism by enviro-stealth?]

“Our Conference of Bishops has vigorously promoted the teaching of our Holy Father, Pope Francis, on care for our common home,” Cantú continued. “The Holy Father’s encyclical letter, Laudato si’, was timed in order to urge the nations of the world to work together in Paris for an agreement that protects our people and our planet. [So it was more of a political than a doctrinal statement. The Church is now removed from leading the world through morals and timeless Truth, to chasing whatever the latest political fad is in a desperate bid to remain relative.  Gotcha.] We hope the United States will honor the commitment it made there.” [While China, India, Russia, Vietnam, and scores of other countries continue to emit CO2 and actual pollutants at a rate orders of magnitude higher than that of the US.  Even if the US were to entirely ban all fossil fuel use global CO2 emissions would continue to increase because of the less-developed nations, which were by and large given a pass in this accord.  Thus, it has nothing to do with climate, and everything to do with control.]

How long will we have to wait before the backhanded, passive-aggressive attack from Francis against this offense to his one true faith?  Not very long, I wager. In fact, we really already have, because Sorondo is a Francis-creature and given how tightly Francis dominates everyone around him, he did not speak without authorization.

A few more:

This grassroots organizer said Trump’s announcement will prevent everyone from living on planet earth: “Trump just declared war on the very idea of life on earth.”

HuffPo right now: “TRUMP TO PLANET: DROP DEAD”

And a bit more evidence that many of the “conservative” Never Trumpers are actually leftists in disguise, or are at least too afraid to offend their progressive betters:

If today were opposite day, we could say that The Wall Street Journal‘s Christopher Mims’s response to the news is very reasonable: “As a species we flunked the collective action problem that is carbon emissions. It’s now adapt or die. And I’m not a techno-utopian.”

The radical Left and the democrat party – but I repeat myself – are now so hurt at the surprise of Trump’s win and offended at his existence that if he literally cured all forms of cancer tomorrow they would still portray Trump as the devil.

But I think we conservatives need to get used to the idea that this is how they will react from now on to ANY relatively conservative winning the White House (as opposed to a RINO big-government statist like the Bushes, but even then they lost their minds).  This is how they are going to behave from now on when they don’t get their way.  They have all the intelligence and maturity of a 4 year old having a sobbing screaming temper tantrum.

I really don’t know how this country stays together.  It is almost entirely the Left’s fault, this descent into mutually hostile ideological camps ready to visit violence upon the other.  I agree with Ace, about the best outcome now is a civil, peaceable divorce along geographic lines, which means Texas as an independent nation or part of a south-central conservative conglomeration.  The longer that divorce is delayed, the uglier and more bitter the final split will be.




1. Trump pulls out of Paris Accord: Make popcorn and watch the comedy of Leftist meltdowns – non veni pacem - June 2, 2017

[…] Following are a few of my favorite tweets. But do go over to Dallas Area Catholics, he has the whole rundown HERE […]

Brian E. Breslin - June 2, 2017

Sorry, but “non veni pacē.” One good thing the Jebbies taught me was the ablative.

Mark Docherty - June 2, 2017

Brian, sorry if the Douay-Rheims translation isn’t good enough for you.

Brian E. Breslin - June 2, 2017

No problem, Mark.

2. docmx001 - June 2, 2017


3. Brian E. Breslin - June 2, 2017

Tantum, this is in your top ten percent of all the posts of yours I have seen. Excellent.
Hope your son is well. He is on my daily list every day.

4. follow the $$$ - June 2, 2017

Americans Will Pay Billions for a Useless Climate Agreement


“While everyone else both literally and figuratively mailed in their commitments, the president [Obama] pledged a dramatic reduction in U.S. emissions: 26 to 28 percent below their 2005 level by 2025. To further grease the skids of international diplomacy, he committed the United States to lead the transfer of $100 billion in annual “climate finance” from the developed world to the developing countries that are pledging nothing.

Most directly, taxpayers have already sent $500 million to the U.N.’s “Green Climate Fund,” and President Obama has committed billions more — that on top of the more than $10 billion spent annually on domestic green-energy subsidies. Less directly but more painfully, efforts to cut U.S. emissions rely on policies that drive up the cost of energy for American households and businesses:

The poor, for whom energy represents a major expense, will feel most of the pinch.”

5. c matt - June 2, 2017

When is he going to have Covfefe hats made? I want one!

It’s almost like he has invented a new language “MAGA, Covfefe!”

6. The Lord's Blog - June 2, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:
Trump Withdraws from Climate Confab……

7. skeinster - June 2, 2017

Boiled down, the official Vatican take is “we care more about the material world than the people living in poverty and privation due to lack of energy.”

Baseballmomof8 - June 2, 2017

And we care more about being loved by the world than the salvation of souls.

8. dthy - June 5, 2017

Why are our spiritual leaders out there talking about the weather as our world falls deeper and deeper into moral decline? Mary at Fatima didn’t discuss the weather, she warned that many souls are lost because of sin, especially sins against purity. She spoke of fashions that would be introduced that would be displeasing to Our Lord. Certainly there is waste in our world. Food is wasted, land is wasted on places of entertainment that promote all forms of licentious behavior, energy is wasted on things such as TV screens everywhere you go, even doctors offices where it would be nice to just have a few moments of quiet to read a good book or pray the rosary. We need to work for a moral society–the reign of Christ in the world–God will take care of the weather.

Camper - June 10, 2017

Excellent post.

Camper - June 11, 2017

The answer to your question, by the way, is that they obviously don’t believe anymore.

9. Tim - June 6, 2017

“……..on care for our common home”

There is the heart of the problem. Our home is Heaven, earth is our exile (not that I advocate poor stewardship of God’s creation). These men simply do not place importance on or belief in the teachings of the Church. They are as worldly as the globalists.

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