Obama is in Paris precisely to sign the treaty that will help this man along

obama climate change

Would that he’d show the same resolve towards real threats

Peruvian mountain climber sues German energy company for contributing to global warming and melting the Andes’s glaciers.

And, as reported here a week or so ago, here’s what Obama will sign, and is working on a way to get around the constitutional requirement that the Senate approve all treaties.

At the upcoming United Nations Climate Summit in Paris, participating nations have prepared a treaty that would create an “International Tribunal of Climate Justice” giving Third World countries the power to haul the U.S. into a global court with enforcement powers.

Congress would be bypassed – left out in the cold – by this climate deal, critics say.

Policies once left to sovereign nations could be turned over to a U.N. body if the U.S. and its allies approve the proposed deal in Paris during the summit scheduled for Nov. 30-Dec. 11.

According to the proposed draft text of the climate treaty, the tribunal would take up issues such as “climate justice,” “climate finance,” “technology transfers,” and “climate debt.”

Buried on page 19 of the 34-page document is the critical text – still heavily bracketed with text that hasn’t been completely resolved and agreed upon – reads:

[An International Tribunal of Climate Justice as][A] [compliance mechanism] is hereby established to address cases of non-compliance of the commitments of developed country Parties on mitigation, adaptation, [provision of] finance, technology development and transfer [and][,] capacity-building[,] and transparency of action and support, including through the development of an indicative list of consequences, taking into account the cause, type, degree and frequency of non-compliance.

The U.N. held a preparatory conference in September in Bonn, Germany, that drafted language to be approved at the upcoming Paris climate summit. At the Bonn meeting the U.N. brought together more than 2,000 participants from governments, observer organizations and the media.

But none of those media chose to report on the proposed new global tribunal.


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Say it, brother

Daiky news

You will recall that the man promised a “nuanced” response to terrorism and Middle Eastern affairs – this is it


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CNN does CNN


Who loves ya, baby?

Christiane Amanpour berates racist America for not welcoming refugees, the invites Muslim terrorist to spout the usual platitudes about Islam being a “religion of peace”. 

Admittedly, no one except the most deluded of liberals watches CNN, but this thinking seeps into the real media too.

Here’s the chairman of the Grand Paris Mosque, Dalil Boubakeur, spreading his lies to our village idiot, the gullible Amanpour:

Our religion is not one of violence, of jihadism, of terrorism, of women who kill. In what page of Qur’an is that written that a woman must take bombs inside her body to explode and kill other people? In what part of Qur’an is that said? In what page of Qur’an is it said that we shall kill innocent people? Young people?

Boubakeur then lamented that “little by little,” the Islamic State had won over the young Muslims of Europe. He declared that it was a “great error … not only of Muslims, but of the world to accept this.”

Then, Boubakeur called on Muslims in France to assimilate:

[It is] very important [for] French Muslim people to express their French nationality, their French taste, their French values, their French [rejection] of what is the danger for them, France, and for our religion also.

And here’s another take on the gentleman:

Homeland security expert Patrick Poole reported on Boubakeur’s rejection of Islamic “assimilation” with Western values in PJ Media last January. Boubakeur certainly does not oppose ISIS’s — or, in general, Islam’s — embrace of violence when he isn’t on Amanpour’s set:

[I]n 2006 at the height of the Danish Cartoon crisis, Boubakeur had published an article denouncing the cartoons and concluded by issuing a warning to all those — including Charlie Hebdo — who would publish caricatures of Mohammed, saying: “He who sows the whirlwind shall reap the whirlwind.”

Stop drawing Muhammad, and start abiding by Sharia blasphemy laws … or else.

Boubakeur, rather than being the assimilation-supporting, violence-spurning moderate Amanpour wanted him to be, is guilty of fanning the violence that resulted in deadly riots across the globe and ended in the horrific slaughter at Charlie Hebdo’s offices.

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Hillary Clinton: open the floodgates to musselmen or we’re toast


I’m scared to death!

Paraphrased (by Elizabeth Price Foley) : We’d better let every Muslim refugee in, otherwise Muslims already present in the U.S. will commit acts of terrorism and other violence.

And in Hillaryese:

Clinton, who wants to import thousands of Syrian refugees, told reporters in Reno that it would look bad not to let in Syrian refugees, and that might inflame Muslims against law enforcement.

“If you’re in law enforcement, … you want the people in the communities that you are looking to get information from to feel like they want to help you,” Clinton said at a Nevada roundtable. “And if the message from people who are running for president, for example, is that we don’t want to take any Muslims whatsoever, that’s not good for law enforcement.”

“Let’s not be casting this broad, negative rejection of everybody who might be Muslim. That is not smart to protect ourselves. And I want people to understand — that is a law enforcement issue,” Clinton added.


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Residents of the other two states just haven’t met our guy


Doesn’t ANYBODY like me? Other than Fudrucker?

Malloy 3rd least popular governor in America.

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Republican, is the most popular.


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Price cuts

65 Hunting Ridge

65 Hunting Ridge

65 Hunting Ridge Road, from $9.950 million to $9.5. Call me crazy, but I don’t think someone who wasn’t interested in a $9.950 home is going to jump into action when enticed by what’s essentially a rounding error.

11 Flager In 1928, who expected the Spanish Depression?

11 Flagler
In 1928, who expected the Spanish Depression?

Moving a bit closer to town, and with a more substantial price cut, 11 Flagler Drive has dropped from $11.250 million to $9.995. Trouble with this house is that it’s a 1928 version, completely out of favor these days, and only 5,277 square feet. The owners did add a guest cottage of 3,648 square feet in 2004 – the original house hasn’t been touched since 1998 – but that, in my opinion, only serves to highlight the cramped conditions in the main house.

Highest and best value here may lie in its 4.4 acres in the R-2 zone, if it can be subdivided. Two building lots here would go for $4.5, maybe $5 million, total. If that’s it, this listing has a long way to go before it sleeps.


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Carelessness rewarded

Man clutching groin

I’m gonna sue!

Man who lost his testicle awarded $368,000. Good lord, the things come in their own carry sack – how can you lose one?


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