India Gov Official: Climate Change Is The Fault of Rich Nations
With less than a month to go until President Obama is set to sign the new United Nations Sustainable Development goals in New York (which will commit to transforming the U.S. into a Socialist Nation by 2030), and less than 100 days until the next United Nations Climate Change Summit in Paris, one nation is embracing the Socialist environmental vibes, and hoping to guilt others into sharing their wealth, by shifting the blame of Climate Change to other nations with more…green.
According to Yahoo News, India’s Environmental Minister, Prakash Javadekar, stated that Climate Change is not their fault, it’s the fault of the “rich world” and rich nations should do more to help them:
“Despite its low per-capita emissions, India is already the world’s third-largest carbon emitter. Its huge population of 1.2 billion, a fast-growing economy and rising use of coal make its role crucial if the U.N. summit is to succeed.
Prakash Javadekar said India was in the final stages of preparing its submissions to the U.N., and that he was confident a global deal could be reached at the summit in Paris.
But, he added, the rich world had so far failed to make sufficient money and cutting-edge technology available to help poorer countries that were not to blame for global warming.
“Historical responsibility is a fact. It cannot be wished away. We are just 2.4 percent of the world’s historical emissions,” he told reporters in New Delhi.”
Unlike the Obama administration’s efforts to destroy the American economy in an effort to save the planet, in July, India stated that it would not declare a “peak year” for their carbon emissions because it would hamper their efforts to reduce poverty and grow their economy. Imagine that…
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