Make The Planet Great Again.

Most have probably seen this, but if you haven’t, it’s a must.

French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a stunning response to the U.S. president, calling his decision “a grave mistake.”

“If we do nothing, our children will know a world of migrations, of wars, of shortage. A dangerous world,” Macron said, referencing the cataclysmic effect of climate change all but completely ignored by the Trump administration.

He also encouraged American scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to come to France where their contributions and innovation would be appreciated. As for Trump’s vague promise to rework the terms of the Paris agreement, Macron issued a staunch warning.

“The Paris agreement [will] remain irreversible and will be implemented not just by France but by all the other nations,” he said, the two exceptions being Syria and Nicaragua.

“We will succeed,” he continued. “Because we are fully committed, because wherever we live, whoever we are, we all share the same responsibility: ‘Make our planet great again.’”

And there you have what a lot of people are going to do here in uStates – leave. Oh, by the way, California has passed single payer healthcare. Even though I’m a native, I won’t go back, the SoCal I know was gone long ago. I’m sure that won’t stop another massive influx of people.

Via Alternet.


  1. Nerd of Redhead, Dances OM Trolls says

    I think Merkel might have some competition for the leadership of Europe/Free World.

  2. says


    Too bad he didn’t extend his invitation to the good people of Syria

    In fairness, this was about the Tiny Tyrant refusing the accord, then turning around and trying to make it seem like a deal to be negotiated.

  3. says


    Wait, what’s wrong with Southern California now?

    Did I say something was wrong with it? Pretty sure I didn’t.

  4. says

    Anne, I do hope the single payer system works there, and works well. That said, even before I left, 20something years ago, and for half my life before that, SoCal was constantly in one crisis followed by another. I don’t imagine that will change, so I hope they can make this stick.

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