Adult Dear America, fuck you.

With all due respect to our ally - the United States of America, it is with some regret that I have to inform you that you are a bunch of cunts.

We followed you into Vietnam, Iraq - actually every unfair and irrational fight you guys have picked since WW2. Died for you, as you did for us and never fail to remind us every time you piss on our or any other nation’s sovereignty. And even though Israel has never lifted a finger to defend you in the field we patently look at the ground when they claim to be your staunchest ally just after they’ve bombed a refugee camp, because we respect your right to have retarded religious views.

We took trade deals where you made out like bandits over and over and let your companies like Microsoft and Apple trade here and not pay tax. We routinely purchase your weapons like the F-35 even though the thing doesn’t work - is years overdue and now costs 4 times what you said it would, no problem buddy!

We sit here patiently waiting for the foam to clear from your mouths when you start talking about how Jesus is due back next Wednesday and never rub it in when he inevitably fails to exist - for the countless time.

We stand quietly by while you pretend you are not racist yet allow the KKK, Republican party and every flavour of white supremacist squeal like a pig that they are being discriminated against after a black person is shot.

Despite our horror we have let you pretend that Creationism is a valid point of view in the 21st century and even when you pretend that Evolution is nothing but an opinion despite irrefutable evidence, we let you have your dirt ignorant bronze age opinion, because you will bomb us like you bomb family planning centres.

But now that you’ve pulled out of the Paris accord, because a fraud triple bankrupt mysoginist told you it's a conspiracy that the whole world is trying to keep the USA down? Despite every scientist that isn’t employed by an oil company, and many that are - you think that climate change was invented by the Chinese? Well, get fucked, we’ve had enough, you boorish, over medicated, obese, ignorant, superstitious, bully cunts, go the fuck home you’re not welcome here anymore.

We want the money we loaned you that you used to pay for Bush’s wars and your tax cuts to the rich back now thanks.



With utter disbelief
The rest of the planet.

P.S. Are you great yet?

http://www.iflscience.com/environment/trump-said-crazy-thing-during-paris-exit-announcement/all/

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Comments (47)

  1. Munkyman

    You do realize we’ve exceeded the draw down in emissions, without the accord. I for one have no interest in paying China to make solar panels for Chinese manufacturing to get even more of a leg up on the rest of us while they aren’t even planning to try to do anything about their emissions till 2030 & India is still planning to get dirtier for the foreseeable future.

    Even Canada emits more carbon per dollar of GDP than the US.

    June 02, 2017
    1. scarletts_letters

      Your data is from?
      China is rapidly moving to renewable energies, their move to modernise has involved fossil fuels but at least they recognise the problem and are planning on doing something other than vomit conspiracy theories. Seriously how much more does that fraud president of yours need to do to be removed for someone sane?
      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-12-30/china-to-suspend-new-coal-mine-approvals-amid-pollution-fight
      So you’re going to do what? Keep burning coal to do what? Build a fence and call it a wall?
      http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/science_and_impacts/science/each-countrys-share-of-co2.html

      June 02, 2017
      1. Munkyman

        About China’s plans? The Paris Accord… the text of the agreement says China will not act to reduce emissions until 2030 & the subtext I get from that is that China will ride this out & then bail on it in 2030 before it costs them anything. We’re not burning much coal in the US, it’ll be useful if our steel production picks up. The majority of our power production is natural gas these days.

        June 02, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          “China will ride this out & then bail "
          .
          seriously?
          why?
          cause thats what you yanks would do?

          June 02, 2017
        2. mrmacq

          Principal sources of US electricity in 2014 were: coal (39%), natural gas (27%), nuclear (19%), Hydro (6%), and other renewables (7%).

          June 02, 2017
        3. mrmacq

          youve made great strides in just 2 and a bit years there spunky
          congrats
          and thats even with that black fucker in office telling you to go green
          shutting down the coal industry
          …that bugger eh?

          June 02, 2017
        4. 12SunOryx

          China is a poorer nation with over a billion fucking people, and I don’t understand what reason anyone would have to doubt their plans for reducing it seeing as they’ve been doing that for as long as I’ve seen them in the news. Pollution is suffocating people in China, they have to walk around with masks in the big cities, and they aren’t as rich in oil and coal as others, it just makes sense for them to use other sources.

          https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/05/world/asia/china-renewable-energy-investment.html?_r=0

          June 02, 2017
        5. mrmacq

          “the text of the agreement says China will not act to reduce emissions until 2030”
          heres the text
          https://unfccc.int/files/essential_background/convention/application/pdf/english_paris_agreement.pdf
          please show us where it says that

          June 02, 2017
      2. Munkyman

        Don’t forget you’re talking to a person who is developing an electric bicycle that gets about 2000 eMpg & drives a Prius for work. I’m all for efficiency & I’m pretty loud when it comes to runoff pollution which I think has greater impact on the corals than water temp… I used to keep a reef aquarium. I had to do a lot of chemistry tests for tiny amounts of trace metals, but the tank could fluctuate 3 degrees in a day without a die off.

        June 02, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          oh
          well there ya go
          spunky is working on a bike
          .
          aint spunky fucking grand
          good thing he made mention of just how grand he is
          wait
          was this thread about spunky, and what spunky is doing?

          June 02, 2017
      3. mrmacq
        “Your data is from?”

        .
        AllPosters.com it appears
        .
        they also have this one

        only 9.95

        June 02, 2017
      4. mrmacq

        when i punch in co2 emissions by country, map
        i get this one

        June 02, 2017
      5. mrmacq

        wait one
        my bad
        “carbon per dollar of GDP
        theres the disclaimer

        June 02, 2017
      6. mrmacq

        oh wait again
        as spunky completely glossed over that one
        .
        let us wait for spunky to answer

        June 02, 2017
    2. mrmacq

      were getting the discolouration spunky
      because of that tar sands you pulling out of our lands
      but hey,,,not your problem…right?

      June 02, 2017
      1. mrmacq

        the same heavy heavy crude you then somewhat refine and sell to china
        (one of the other buggers you like to point your finger at)

        June 02, 2017
    3. mrmacq

      “have no interest in paying China to make solar panels for Chinese manufacturing”
      .
      China is utterly and totally dominating solar panels | Fortune.com
      fortune.com/2015/06/18/china-is-utterly-and-totally-dominating-solar-panels/
      Jun 18, 2015 – China has long been the world’s largest manufacturer or solar panels

      but hey…they need ’muricas help

      June 04, 2017
  2. Nightbane

    The Paris Accord is not well writ nor does it do as much as it might and should. Having said that, BRAVISSIMA!

    June 02, 2017
    1. mrmacq

      the paris accord didnt go far enough
      a “can everyone agree to this shit” type deal
      nothing concrete
      obviously even though it was agreed to
      some figure their word means nothing
      …and can change it on a whim…or a new prez
      .
      hard to get anything accomplished this way

      June 02, 2017
      1. Nightbane

        Nothing concrete except other governments telling yours, mine and ours how to do things. I’ve enough government " direction " here, I do not need some namby pamby fucktards in Paris or Brussels trying to do that, especially when they do it very badly and at everyone expense except their own. While I agree we need to reduce carbon emissions ( and quite a few others like those containing sulfur ) this not the way to do it.

        June 02, 2017
      2. Nightbane

        Indeed, it would more tot he point if the Yanks were to haul back out that patent for the car actually ran on water and use it, that would reduce all sorts of emissions post haste AND create a new set of jobs for internal use and application.

        June 02, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          you bring up hydrogen powered dude and people are going to laugh at you
          oh wait
          the hydrogen highway
          “The BC Hydrogen Highway was a planned hydrogen highway that was supposed to link Vancouver and Whistler with seven hydrogen fueling stations. On March 13, 2007, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced funding of almost $200 million Canadian for environmental projects in B.C. including the hydrogen highway.1 Five stations were built, one each in Whistler, at the University of British Columbia, in Burnaby, and two that were later moved to Surrey. But aside from Whistler they are little-used. Reportedly, only three leased Ford fuel cell cars remain in Surrey, and there is a fleet of 20 hydrogen buses in Whistler. There are no official plans to build any more fuelling stations as the Hydrogen Highway project closed in 2011”…gawd damn it
          wait again
          “Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Partnership – Making the …
          www.scandinavianhydrogen.org/
          The Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Partnership. Making the Scandinavian Region one of the first regions in Europe where hydrogen is available and used in …
          wait again

          “Japan[edit]
          For more details on this topic, see Hydrogen highway (Japan).
          At the end of 2012 there were 17 private hydrogen stations.
          Europe[edit]
          As of November 2014, there were 27 publicly available hydrogen fuel stations
          Germany[edit]
          In Germany as of September 2013 there were 15 publicly available hydrogen fuel stations
          Italy[edit]
          Italy’s first hydrogen highway is the Motorway of Brennero
          .
          its coming…just taking its sweet bloody time

          June 02, 2017
          1. Nightbane

            too bloody slow but is still some progress. people still think Hindenburg exploded from hydrogen. it didn’t, it ignited because static and lightning hit it and lit the coating all over it that was composed of what we know today as solid jet fuel. True, the hydrogen did eventully ignite but te actual cause was NOT the hydrogen itself, it was the coating, utter ignorance of composition thereof and how to control static waaaaaaaaay back in the late 30s.

            June 02, 2017
  3. mrmacq

    trying to take all these fuckers on by myself is a bitch
    thank you for this

    June 02, 2017
    1. Nightbane

      says it as I sees it.

      June 02, 2017
      1. Nightbane

        Now be nice and applaud the Oil Comany with an Army poster, it’s spot on

        June 02, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          June 02, 2017
          1. Nightbane

            Oh, hell, yes! loved Carlin when he returned after all that time, he ws still excruciatinginly funny and had a lot to say.

            June 02, 2017
  4. Munkyman

    Gosh I was looking forward to discussing this with you.

    June 02, 2017
    1. mrmacq

      whats stopping you?

      June 02, 2017
      1. 12SunOryx

        He has to crawl back in his hole for the circle-jerk of USA Politics, because people pointing out his immense errors in thinking triggers him.

        June 03, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          not sure if i really need to add anything to that
          …though it has been noted he hasn’t been back
          .
          im thinking i was right
          “great and glorious” …in his own mind
          .
          surely he can wonder us with his exploits on the bike?

          June 03, 2017
        2. mrmacq

          just what the fuck is an Ebike anyways?
          electronic bike?
          electrically charged bike?
          environmentally friendly bike?
          (wait…we use to call them “pedal bikes”…or just plain bikes)
          but…
          i suppose spunky’s doing his bit
          its just that charging the battery, is off the coal fired grid
          (and he bitches about gore…too fucking funny)

          June 03, 2017
          1. 12SunOryx

            For some reason people think he is more reasonable than the conservatives just because he doesn’t swear, but really minus that he is just the same. He always stays exactly the same in an argument regardless of what the other person says, and he is still the exact same person today as the day I joined here. While you may have noticed, I’ve changed just a tad bit since then, I use to be an Anarchist after all. Some people don’t go into a conversation with the intention of learning though.

            E-bikes, iunno. I think those already exist actually. Me, I just walk everywhere. Today Samsung told me I am in the top 17% just because I walk more than 60 minutes a day. I did not realize that was even being active, I just walk to the store and back and don’t like driving or riding the bus.

            June 04, 2017
            1. mrmacq

              i had once thought spunky to be reasonable and thoughtful…silly me
              BUT!
              we really shoulndnt be talkin about him
              as hes got other conspiracies to consider

              June 04, 2017
  5. notathoughtgiven

    Love the tags. Although I hear mom had an tantrum with her neighbors

    June 02, 2017
  6. mrmacq

    “The world went crazy when the Paris agreement was signed. They went wild. This was because it placed America at a serious economic disadvantage.”
    .
    theres something seriously wrong with that holster
    .
    did you check out some of the comments?
    giggle time
    never knew ’murica had that many

    June 02, 2017
  7. mrmacq

    Elon Musk has said he is leaving Donald Trump’s advisory council over the President’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords.

    The Tesla and SpaceX founder tweeted: “Am departing presidential councils. Climate change is real. Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world.”
    .
    that holster wont listen to anybody

    Jeff Immelt, the chief executive of the conglomerate General Electric, tweeted: “Disappointed with today’s decision on the Paris Agreement. Climate change is real. Industry must now lead and not depend on government.”
    .
    US Business Giants Dismayed Over Donald Trump Paris Climate Deal Pull-Out
    .
    from Wall Street to Silicon Valley, there was disappointment.

    Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein said on Twitter: “Today’s decision is a setback for the environment and for the US’s leadership position in the world.”
    .
    Apple chief executive Tim Cook also expressed disappointment, in an email to employees, saying that he had spoken to the President earlier in the week to try to persuade him against pulling out.

    Facebook, Gap, Google and Unilever had also sought to change Mr Trump’s mind.

    Microsoft’s president Brad Smith tweeted to say the firm was “disappointed” while retail giant Amazon said it still supported the climate agreement and that clean energy policies were good for US jobs and innovation.
    .
    Paul Polman, chief executive of consumer goods giant Unilever, called the decision “unfortunate” but said the Paris agreement remained legally binding and provided an “international framework to manage climate change”.

    In the car industry, Ford said it would continue to reduce emissions at its plants and from its vehicles, saying: “We believe climate change is real.”

    Global retailer Walmart, owner of Asda, said it remained committed to a project to reduce emissions in its supply chain which was “outside politics”.

    Even oil giants such as Exxon Mobil, BP and Shell have said the US should abide by the Paris deal.

    BP said it hoped the Trump administration followed through on its intention “to find a way for the US to re-enter the accord – or another mechanism for addressing the global climate challenge – rather than to walk away from it entirely”.

    Shell said: “We have shared with the administration our strong support for the US remaining in the agreement.”

    Economists and energy industry analysts said the US withdrawal would see closer cooperation between the European Union and China, potentially at the cost of American jobs.

    “Winding back the climate agenda means that the US will be left behind in the clean energy transition as other global players, such as in Europe and China, demonstrate greater commitment to deploying low carbon and job-creating solutions to climate change,” said Peter Kiernan, of the Economist Intelligence Unit.

    In the UK, the CBI said the decision was disappointing and said British businesses’ investment and innovation would put them “at the heart of delivering a low-carbon economy”.

    June 02, 2017
    1. mrmacq

      “Paris agreement remained legally binding "
      .
      The Paris Agreement enters into force thirty days after ratification by at least 55 countries and by countries representing at least 55% of global emissions. It will become legally binding for those countries that sign and ratify it, once it has entered into force.
      .
      On 5 October 2016, the double threshold of 55 countries and 55% of global emissions was met, meaning that the Paris Agreement will enter into force on 4 November 2016: Landmark Climate Change Agreement to Enter into Force .
      .
      The Agreement opened for signature on 22 April 2016 at a high-level signing ceremony, convened by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, taking place in New York. Signature is the stage before ratification. When a country signs the Paris Agreement, it is obliged to refrain from acts that would defeat its object and purpose. The next step, ratification, signifies a country’s intent to be legally bound to the terms of the treaty at the international level.
      .
      United States of America 17.89% Signed & Ratified
      http://climateanalytics.org/hot-topics/ratification-tracker.html
      .
      and theres this
      Perhaps the most pointed reaction to news that President Trump was considering pulling out of the agreement came from Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Union, who on 31 May 2017 said:
      .
      That’s not how it works. The Americans can’t just leave the climate protection agreement. Mr. Trump believes that because he doesn’t get close enough to the dossiers to fully understand them. It would take three to four years after the agreement came into force in November 2016 to leave the agreement. […]. The law is the law and it must be obeyed.
      http://www.snopes.com/2017/06/01/authority-paris-agreement/
      .
      The authority for the legally binding aspects of the agreement actually comes from a treaty that the United States Senate ratified in the 1990s: The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), as explained by the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions:
      .
      The UNFCCC, adopted in 1992, is a treaty among governments that provides a foundation for the global climate effort. Enjoying near-universal membership, the convention was ratified by the United States with the advice and consent of the Senate. The convention set a long-term objective (avoiding “dangerous human interference with the climate system”), established principles to guide the global effort, and committed all countries to “mitigate” climate change by reducing or avoiding greenhouse gas emissions. The Paris Agreement defines how countries will implement their UNFCCC commitments after 2020.

      June 02, 2017
      1. Nightbane

        The Rump is very good at having his legal lot find loopholes and getting contracts declared null and void. considering his business record, I’ve little doubt this has already been done and is merely awaiting presentation.
        No matter, he will do as he pleases for his term and the the one after if re – elected ( and likely so to be the way the Yanks are going of late. ) Eight years isn’t terribly long, is likely the next lot will be a bit more sensible, or at least a bit more sensitive.

        June 02, 2017
        1. Nightbane

          And, if not, they will learn what it really is to be considered a pariah in the global community. It is said, ’ To experience is to comprehend. " It is also generally held experience is a valuable teacher. I think none will disagree the lesson is looooooooong overdue….

          June 02, 2017
          1. Nightbane

            fascinating, have a listen to what scott Pruit m head of EPA and Micael Bloomburg, for mayor of NYC have been saying on the subject

            June 02, 2017
            1. mrmacq

              “Americans are not walking away from the Paris climate agreement,”
              “Just the opposite – we are forging ahead. Mayors, governors, and business leaders from both political parties are signing on to a statement of support that we will submit to the UN and together, we will reach the emission reduction goals the United States made in Paris in 2015."

              The billionaire philanthropist added: “Americans will honour and fulfil the Paris agreement by leading from the bottom up — and there isn’t anything Washington can do to stop us."
              .
              i hear france is building a new statue of liberty
              this new one they’ll be keeping for themselves (and the rest of the world)
              the new statue obviously gets a new plaque whose inscription starts off with
              “Give us your thinking…”

              June 03, 2017
          2. mrmacq

            one hundred and ninety seven countries around the world…are out to get ‘murica
            …i sense a bit of paranoia here…you?
            .
            “we are payin for it all”…just like how they won those wars all by themselves
            …way too much navel gazing
            .
            Green Climate Fund.
            Sweden has already contributed $581 million, which is nearly $60 per person — the largest per-capita contribution of any country. And Luxembourg has pledged, but not fully contributed, nearly $94 per person, which would make it the largest. In fact, the U.S. ranked 11th in its pledged contribution per capita, after a number of European countries and Japan.
            …but hey…’muricas payin for it all…just ask them
            its all a hoax invented by the Chinese so as to get a leg up on ’murica

            oh
            now this is interesting
            Feeling left out makes you more likely to believe conspiracy theories …
            https://theoutline.com/…/study-excluded-people-more-likely-to-believe-conspiracy-th…

            June 04, 2017
            1. mrmacq

              Does it seem like everyone is out to get you? Maybe you just need more friends.

              June 04, 2017
            2. mrmacq
              the US pledge amounts to just over $9 (£7) a person.

              June 04, 2017
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  9. JustALier

    The infrastructure of green energy and reduced emission is already in place in most cities. Exiting the Paris agreement won’t change that in any significant way. It’s just another demonstration of how laughably incompetent Trump is. The world is laughing at you US of A.

    June 04, 2017