Man alone is not responsible for climate change and the world has far bigger problems than “global warming,” said former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
“Climate has been changing for four billion years,” Sarkozy, who’s running for president again, told business leaders at the Institut de l’enterprise on Wednesday. “Sahara has become a desert, it isn’t because of industry.”
“You need to be as arrogant as men are to believe we changed the climate.”
The former president seems to have changed his mind; in 2007 he warned that “we cannot ignore the climate challenge,” but despite that statement, French media reported that he rarely discussed “global warming” while president.
This is the first time he was openly skeptical about “man-made climate change.”
Interestingly, Sarkozy is running again for president amid the extreme backlash against President François Hollande for calling on France to embrace Islam.
Sarkozy’s statement shows the influence Donald Trump already has over world politics; Trump, a skeptic himself, is making it safe for other political candidates to openly question “global warming” pushed by politicians and government-funded scientists.
“Sarkozy… can see the ocean of votes in speaking out against political correctness,” reported JoNova. “He has watched the rise of Marine Le Pen and of Donald Trump.”
“The game has changed.”
It should be no surprise that the largest proponents of “man-made climate change” are in fact globalist politicians who want to eradicate the concept of sovereign nation-states.
Their goal is to scare the world’s population into believing “global warming” is too big of a threat for their country to handle alone and thus it can only be “defeated” through the expansion of the UN and other unelected, global bureaucracies at the expense of their nation’s sovereignty.
In other words, it’s a manufactured problem exaggerated by the government to instigate a public reaction – fear – the government then exploits to offer a predetermined solution: the expansion of government at the public’s expense.
This is simply a strategy known as the Hegelian Dialectic that’s been used by governments for millennia to expand government power at the expense of individual liberties.
But unfortunately for them, it’s no longer as effective.
“Pandering to the global bullies no longer works,” Marco Morano with Climate Depot pointed out. “Once the fear of being called a ‘climate denier’ is gone, there is nothing to stop half of the political divide from a phase change.”
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