Oh, good grief!
Arnold Schwarzenegger told the UN climate change conference in Poland that if he could go back in time he would terminate fossil fuels.
If the world did not use fossil fuels we would still be burning wood to keep warm.
How would that work out, Arnold?
Schwarzegger also insulted President Trump — like any good Hollywood elite.
Someone should notify Arnold that the US is currently leading the global community in reductions in CO2 emissions.
Thank you, Donald Trump!
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wishes he could travel back in time like the cyborg he played in “The Terminator” so he could stop fossil fuels from being used.
“If we would’ve never started in that direction and used other technology, we’d be much better off,” the actor and former California governor said Monday at the start of a U.N. climate conference in Poland.
“The biggest evil is fossil fuels: it’s coal, it’s gasoline, it’s the natural gas,” he told conference delegates.
Schwarzenegger also insisted that the United States was “still in” an international accord to curb global warming despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to walk away from the agreement.
Calling Trump “meshugge” – Yiddish for “crazy” – for abandoning the accord, Schwarzenegger said the 2015 agreement has widespread support at the local and state levels even if the federal government isn’t on board.
American states, cities, businesses and citizens can do a lot to curb global warming, and representatives from those arenas should be invited to next year’s climate conference, he told the audience in Poland.
“And if you do that, I promise you: I’ll be back,” he said in another reference to “The Terminator.”