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Advocating Suicidal Behavior is a Bush Administration Norm

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Submitted by Paul Saunders (United States), Jan 14, 2008 at 07:43

I see Bush Administration advocacy for the Palestinian "Right of Return" as a parallel behavior to their recent agreement to negotiate a future treaty that will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80% by 2050. The former is suicidal for the existence of Israel. The latter is suicidal for United States sovereignty and possibly U.S. survival because the treaty will place U.S. energy use and thus economic survival totally under the arbitrary mandates of the United Nations.

The UN is a pesthole of anti-U.S. dictatorships, the largest of which, communist China, has already boldly declared that it will not allow anyone to restrict its emissions (i.e., its economic growth). Therefore, the advocacy of suicidal behavior seems to be the norm for the Bush Administration.

Although in a short post I cannot prove it, the scientific facts demonstrate that carbon dioxide has never in 600 million years of Earth history controlled global temperature. From 1940 to 1976, atmospheric carbon dioxide rose 55 ppm while global temperature dropped 0.5 Fahrenheit in complete violation of man-made global warming theory.

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