UN Climate Regime Must Bypass U.S. Congress, French Govt Says

Thursday, June 4, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Alex Newman
Wednesday, 03 June 2015

The United Nations and its member regimes must sidestep the U.S. Constitution and the American people’s elected representatives to save the world from global warming, declared French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (shown). Speaking to representatives of African governments and dictators during UN “climate” talks in Germany on Monday, the Socialist Party foreign policy chief explained that the U.S. Congress would refuse to approve the proposed planetary climate regime. As such, the emerging agreement, set to be finalized in Paris later this year, must be imposed on the United States by the Obama administration and the UN — without the consent of the American people’s elected representatives or the treaty ratification process outlined in the U.S. Constitution. Obama has already indicated his support for the radical strategy.

The powerful Socialist Party foreign minister, who will host the upcoming UN “climate change” confab in Paris, told assembled African delegates at a UN summit in Bonn, Germany, that “we know the politics in the United States.” “Whether we like it or not, if it comes to the [U.S.] Congress, they will refuse” to approve a planetary regime ostensibly aimed at curbing alleged man-made global warming by regulating and taxing emissions of the essential-to-life gas CO2. Of course, Fabius did not mention the fact that the U.S. Constitution requires congressional approval for the UN schemes and all international agreements — and even then they must be constitutional. He also failed to mention that there has been no global warming in over 18 years despite UN predictions, or the fact that human emissions of CO2 represent a fraction of one percent of all the greenhouse gases present naturally in the atmosphere.

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