Putin Exposes Elite’s Global Warming Agenda
President Obama is not a world leader. Obama may be led by the New World Order but that qualifies about as much as the Nobel Peace Prize Obama received for reaching out to the Muslim world. And oh how Obama reached out, ISIS is eternally grateful for all of his help. It’s equivalent to Milli Vanilli’s Grammy Award, and like theirs, the Nobel Peace Prize should be returned. When it comes to the load of bull Obama has been shoveling in the global arena for the last 7 years, it turns out, a vast majority of people can cut right through the rubbish and red tape. That is why 89% of Russians, 2 out of 3 Britons and 94% of Americans according to a New York Daily News Poll support Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin fresh off of single handedly altering the dynamic in the middle east now says global warming is being used as an economic weapon against his country.
He characterized climate change as a “fraud” used to prevent Russia from tapping its vast oil and natural gas reserves. Greenpeace claims 85 percent of CO2 equivalent emissions in Russia come from its energy industry.
“We found that, while climate change does exist, it is cyclical, and the anthropogenic role is very limited,” Andrey Illarionov, Putin’s senior economic adviser in the early 2000s, told The New York Times. “It became clear that the climate is a complicated system and that, so far, the evidence presented for the need to ‘fight’ global warming was rather unfounded.”
As Putin focuses on the reality of Russia’s global priorities. President Obama will sail into the end of a catastrophic occupation of the U.S. Presidency after raising the debt ceiling in yet another backdoor overnight deal. Lifting the spending caps and increasing spending to $80 Billion over two years, as the fragile U.S. economy careens toward a 20 trillion dollar debt. An increase of over 70 percent since Obama took office. Obama’s legacy of enacting numerous Bilderberg brainchildren will be the very global knots future world leaders, the likes of Russia’s Putin, Iceland’s President Grimmson, and Hungary’s President Ader, will find themselves untying far into the future.