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French Foreign Minister: '500 Days to Avoid Climate Chaos'

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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:42 AM
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a reply to: Rodinus

I have seen many French woman with extremely
hot bums ..




posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:44 AM
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a reply to: FlyersFan

I am taking a guess that the mad scientists that want
to genoengineer the climate have reached a shrill
enough fevered pitch, and they are going to start in with it.





David Keith on Climate Policy

by Doug Gavel, interviewed April 17, 2014

Americans are well acquainted with the many arguments framing the global warming debate, yet governments across the world seem paralyzed in the face of potentially serious environmental consequences. David Keith, professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School and the Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, has worked at the nexus of climate science, energy technology and public policy for twenty years.


....................Q. Describe the potential geo-engineering solutions to this problem. How do they work? What are some of the potential negative side effects?

Keith: So, it’s pretty clear that it’s technically possible to substantially reduce climate risk in most places in the world for many kind of variables, not just temperature, but also precipitation or soil moisture, and to do so, say, for the next 50 years by putting reflective particles into the stratosphere. Putting pollutant like sulfuric acid in the stratosphere is an ugly technical fix, yet and the core technical knowledge is broadly agreed by a significant number of people in the climate geo-science world. But politically it could hardly be more controversial.
www.hks.harvard.edu...


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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:49 AM
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I personally think the climate-chaos crowd is full of "merde".




posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:51 AM
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Be it 500 or 50 thousand days us humans can't even agree on If it is true or not (evn though the evidence is saying we are in trouble) so what hope have we got in sorting out policies and action plans?....none.
We are doooooooomed I tell thee Dooomed



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:54 AM
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Well it was not mis-translated, he said the same thing here in France :

www.lefigaro.fr... semblee.php



Laurent Fabius, ministre des Affaires étrangères. Ton grave, le chef de la diplomatie a considéré qu'il restait «500 jours pour éviter une catastrophe climatique mondiale majeure»


Laurent Fabius, In a serious tone, considered that there is "500 days left to avoid a major global climat catastrophe"

But they have being doing this for years in France, fear mongering in order to impose new taxes, and 2015 will be the ideal time for the French gouvernement to do that.

Last year ther was a mini revolution in France due to a new eco-tax that the gouvernement wanted to impose, well they had to let go, the people won. But the gouvernement warned that it is not over yet...

Over the past 2 years it's amazing the amount the French are being taxed...

Anyway I don't think there is much to worry about, just an agenda, And Fabius speaks out of his *** anyways...
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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 12:18 PM
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originally posted by: WeSbO
Well it was not mis-translated, he said the same thing here in France :

www.lefigaro.fr... semblee.php



Laurent Fabius, ministre des Affaires étrangères. Ton grave, le chef de la diplomatie a considéré qu'il restait «500 jours pour éviter une catastrophe climatique mondiale majeure»


Laurent Fabius, In a serious tone, considered that there is "500 days left to avoid a major global climat catastrophe"

But they have being doing this for years in France, fear mongering in order to impose new taxes, and 2015 will be the ideal time for the French gouvernement to do that.

Last year ther was a mini revolution in France due to a new eco-tax that the gouvernement wanted to impose, well they had to let go, the people won. But the gouvernement warned that it is not over yet...

Over the past 2 years it's amazing the amount the French are being taxed...

Anyway I don't think there is much to worry about, just an agenda, And Fabius speaks out of his *** anyways...


Thanks Wes.

I totally missed out on Le Figaro as I was looking for English articles... my fault and apologies to all.

But I think what he actually means is that world leaders have up until the summit to get their noggings together in order to avoid a major catastrophic global climate situation... NOT CHAOS as the English articles said.

And ohhhhhh yes are we being taxed heavily...

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 12:56 PM
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originally posted by: beezzer
I personally think the climate-chaos crowd is full of "merde".



You should check out the book by Stephen Clark : a year in the merde Beez

Well wicked... I have read all of his books 3 times over about "merde"

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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The world will be obligated? As in....forced? (laugh)

I'd think France, of all nations, would have learned something by now. One does not IMPOSE their will upon the world community or the world community IMPOSES a rather terminal version of term limits upon those who would be so arrogant as to presume...

Language like this and the ideas directly behind it for where they see it leading isn't good or bad in itself, because it won't stand long enough to be judged on it's own merit.

It will have caused World War III in the very real and full sense well before that.

When we'll be a couple places in % lighter for overall world population and it won't BE the issue that it is now, anyway. So...I suppose...in a sick, twisted and evil way...it's win-win from their perspective on that. Either way.



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 01:13 PM
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I guess he could mean that we get near a point-of-no-return (in 500 days?).
Meaning we can't do anything at all after that to change/slow/stop it..



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 01:17 PM
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The change that is coming cannot be avoided any more than we can avoid the sun rising and setting.... Unless we can somehow stop the planet from turning.

Even if you could remove mankind from the earth completely, it would make no difference.... World governments would be wise to prepare as best they can for catastrophic climate change, resulting ultimately in a climate shift that will leave our world a lot less habitable in most of the northern and southern hemispheres.

If you cannot identify and and fully understand the true cause, you can't even begin to discuss ways to avoid it...

IMO



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 02:04 PM
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In all cases it's really badly worded ... (in french or english lol), but you are chaos is not the right word. But i'am certain that France will be using the 2015 summit to install the "eco-taxe" or something like that, they are not into finding solutions to counter climat change, just into finding ways to take as much money possible off the people.

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posted on May, 14 2014 @ 03:13 PM
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I am replying to this simply to pass on what I see as a message.

I hope it is taken on board and finds the eyes of those who have power and authority to do something for the benefit of all and not profit personally.

I wrote a post a while ago.
Atrial Fibrillation AF
It's about a heart condition. (PLEASE FIND AND READ IT)

Heart=eartH
The body is our Earth.
Arteries are essential to the flow as are veins to get essential nutrients to and toxins out.


Now.
AF regarding the earth is because of a clogged and slowed artery.
THE OCEAN VONVEYOR BELT.

There's a battle that can be won here but only if we all participate and it's not against each other it's against what we as a species have allowed to happen.

The ocean conveyor needs declogged and all of our crap removed.
The size of this task is beyond massive. But can be done.

Everytging on Earth is essenyial and in perfect balance.....well should I say was untol we stepped in.

Recycling needs to be implemented.

Essential minerals and metals need to be used properly and looking at the planet as a whole there are specific areas that are heavier, more prone to electromagnetic disturbances and if I was to go way out on a limb would say many cities may act as a tuning fork
to certain weathers and solar weather.

Notice how low pressure systems seem to form before or after an earthquake, how lightning actually goes up and not down and also taking into account the solar connections to our weather and also the solar vortexes that connect to us.

Mining and drilling for oil, gas and coal ars all moving the geological makeup and balance.


Yeah. It all may seem and sound like im talking nonesense but I felt compelled to share what I see.

We all share something in common.
Our Address.



posted on May, 14 2014 @ 11:12 PM
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a reply to: FlyersFan

Came on to find out what this all about.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:51 AM
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originally posted by: WeSbO
a reply to: Rodinus

In all cases it's really badly worded ... (in french or english lol), but you are chaos is not the right word. But i'am certain that France will be using the 2015 summit to install the "eco-taxe" or something like that, they are not into finding solutions to counter climat change, just into finding ways to take as much money possible off the people.


Funny you should say that Wes.

The French Gvt has been renewed recently and the Minister of ecology Ségoléne Royale stated that the Eco Tax would be abolished when she started her new job a couple of weeks ago.

However, only yesterday it was announced on the news that the Eco Tax may still come into place with a few amendments...

Urgghhhhhhhhhh

Kindest respects

Rodinus



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:55 AM
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Wrabbit.

I think that in order to get the real gist of what he said then once must understand the subtlties of the French language.

What might be said in pigeon English by the minister may not mean exactly the same thing if translated literally which I believe he was doing... he is thinking in French and translating his French thoughts into English.

I have this same problem myself when talking in French over here and sometimes it has got me into trouble.

Kindest respects

Rodinus

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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:05 AM
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Fair enough. For general discussion, it's never been the French people I've had a low opinion of at times, anyway. It's the Government and probably no more or less than many others. The difference of course is that France is still a significant power in the world, however low key they do play it. So bad ideas get amplified a bit.

Something is going on with the climate, and that's what got my attention on this. Charging the world in any form that doesn't come out of thousands of pages of exceptions, waivers, rules and little pats on the back to make each of the 200 or so nations feel the 'right' kind of special will lead to wars.

However... It's the tone it seemed to come. This isn't the first source in the last couple weeks I've seen similar action or calls for action (both) from totally unrelated but similarly serious sources. Calls and warnings on timelines which are almost illogical. I'll leave that there for lack of more at the moment.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:14 AM
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originally posted by: Wrabbit2000
a reply to: Rodinus

Fair enough. For general discussion, it's never been the French people I've had a low opinion of at times, anyway. It's the Government and probably no more or less than many others. The difference of course is that France is still a significant power in the world, however low key they do play it. So bad ideas get amplified a bit.

Something is going on with the climate, and that's what got my attention on this. Charging the world in any form that doesn't come out of thousands of pages of exceptions, waivers, rules and little pats on the back to make each of the 200 or so nations feel the 'right' kind of special will lead to wars.

However... It's the tone it seemed to come. This isn't the first source in the last couple weeks I've seen similar action or calls for action (both) from totally unrelated but similarly serious sources. Calls and warnings on timelines which are almost illogical. I'll leave that there for lack of more at the moment.



Maybe I should have also added this... completely forgot in my post above yours :

There are about 7 times more words in the English language than in French (500,000 against 70,000). The majority of the people only know from 15,000 to 30,000 words, and even good writers rarely know more than 50,000 words (in a same language). This gives an idea of the huge diversity of vocabulary and nuances available to users of English.

Languages lacking such a diversity convey the same meanings by using words with a broader sense. The drawback with words having a too broad meaning or too many completely different meanings is that the language can become ambiguous. Imagine a language that did not distinguish bored from annoyed, or a leg from a foot. Well, such languages do exist. Being bored or annoyed are both ennuyé in French, and Japanese has no different word for leg and foot (ashi). Besides, Japanese notoriously possess countless homophones, that is words that sound the same phonetically but are spelt differently and have different meanings. English only has a few of them (e.g. dear vs deer), but most of the time they have a different function (noun, verb, adjective), therefore avoiding confusion.

More here : www.eupedia.com...

Funnily enough, after being over here for nigh on 25 years now I have learned to adapt my language on internet forums such as ATS in order that non native members can easily understand my English and not become frustrated or confused due to a misunderstanding in language nuances.

However, I agree with you totally about the tone... but maybe... just maybe, he scraping the bottom of the barrel in an attempt to get those who refused to sign the Kyoto conference protocol to actually change ideas, sign and actually carry out their promises?

He could also be reacting to this news too :

theweek.com...

theconversation.com...

Kindest respects

Rodinus
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posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:28 AM
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a reply to: FlyersFan

I think what is meant is--

"The planning session will be in 500 days, so do your home work or the plan won't work"



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 01:43 AM
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originally posted by: FlyersFan
And a post 2020 'Regime' ??? Those are high octane words ....


I think, before everyone gets agitated by this, that the word "regime" in this context is just referring to a binding legal framework, not some evil World Government....

So, there we have it. The 500 days is referring to the upcoming conference and the "post 2020 regime" is simply about getting a binding agreement.

No doom porn here.



posted on May, 15 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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He is trying to warn us to play blue rabbit climate chaos or the world will end. He developed it and is really pissed that no one likes his crappy game. He will lose his isht if after 500 days of promoting it if no one plays it....so he will detonate all of Frances nuclear arsenal over the Mediterranean and end the world.....because its not fair. He worked hard on it and no one cares.

That and French wine is second to Spains........so he is in a bad mood after trying the best glass of wine he ever had only to find out it was a Rioja, after which he threw the glass to the floor and screamed falling down to his knees, fist wrenching at the sky, wine dripping down his chin....




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