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U.S. Agrees To Curb Climate Change Emergency Alongside China

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EDITOR NOTE: Like a frog in a pot of water slowly heating to boil, we are slowly being prepared to accept not only the inevitability of climate change but its sole solution in government intervention. It’s the only way to ward off a looming ecological disaster, they tell us. Risk mitigation must come in the form of centralization (what they call cooperation) at the expense of individual choice and capacity. Globalists and U.N. agencies were pleased to learn that the US and China have agreed to cooperate on the “unrestricted” creation and flow of funding to curb  climate change and facilitate global energy transition. What this means is that you have just lost a significant portion of your economic freedom and future income. Perhaps you feel relieved that unlike China, America still has the foundational values of a democratic process to apply checks and balances to political power, restraining the government’s overreach. That is no longer the case. Should the government deem it absolutely necessary to preserve the “global” vision it has as a “leader” of the world--and competitor to China--the American government may implement an overreach with the same draconian intensity as China. Seizing your future wealth prospects--via money printing and debt expansion for which all Americans must pay--is only the beginning. Other freedoms may be vulnerable and under threat. Now is the time to proverbially shout a resounding NO by way of action--specifically, taking your money OUT of the system by investing in non-CUSIP gold and silver, and storing your wealth in a private depository--away from the government’s ideological appropriations, and toward its intended usage: your wealth, your freedom, and your future.

The United States and China have agreed to cooperate and “curb climate change with urgency” in the lead-up to President Joe Biden hosting a virtual summit of world leaders to discuss the issue. The announcement of “strong pledges” by Washington and Beijing was made Sunday in a joint statement issued by the two countries.

John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua agreed to the common declaration of intent during two days of talks in Shanghai last week, according to AP.

The two countries “are committed to cooperating with each other and with other countries to tackle the climate crisis, which must be addressed with the seriousness and urgency that it demands,” the statement said.

Meeting with reporters in Seoul on Sunday, Kerry said the language in the statement is “strong” and that the two countries agreed on “critical elements on where we have to go.”

But the former secretary of state said, “I learned in diplomacy that you don’t put your back on the words, you put on actions. We all need to see what happens.”

Noting China is the world’s biggest coal user, Kerry said he and Chinese officials had a lot of discussions on how to accelerate a global energy transition. “I have never shied away from expressing our views shared by many, many people that it is imperative to reduce coal, everywhere,” he said.

Reuters reports Li Shuo, senior climate adviser for the environmental group Greenpeace, said China could soon respond to a new U.S. pledge with one of its own, building on the “momentum” of the Shanghai talks.

“The statement in my view is as positive as the politics would allow: It sends a very unequivocal message that on this particular issue (China and the United States) will cooperate. Before the meetings in Shanghai this was not a message that we could assume,” Li said.

The Biden administration publicly affirmed its desire to embrace the United Nations and all its causes back in February when Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had their first call to confirm the U.S. was back in the Paris Climate Accords and the World Health Organization, as Breitbart News reported.

Biden has personally invited 40 world leaders, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, to his April 22-23 climate summit.

The U.S. and other countries are expected to announce more ambitious national targets for cutting carbon emissions ahead of or at the meeting, along with pledging financial help for climate efforts by less wealthy nations.

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