Thursday, 15 September 2016

Nicolas Sarkozy French presidential candidate and Donald Trump US presidential candidate both reject man made climate change

                     former President of France Nicolas Sarkozy and a candidate for the Presidency in 2017 has rejected man made climate change in a interview in the French publication LOCAL on 15 September.  Local is a French publication in English

acknowledgements to Local publication for image.
Donald Trump is an appearance on the Hugh Hewitt Show in the US said "I am not a believer in man made climate change.  there are much bigger problems".  his view on climate change ignored and not reported by the bigoted liberal (Guardian, Times etc)sections of the UK press

    Nicolas Sarkozy, who is fighting to regain the presidency that he lost to Fran├žois Hollande in 2012, has finally come out of the closet as a climate skeptic.
    Speaking in front of business leaders Sarkozy, a candidate for Les Republicains party primary in November, told them that man alone was not to blame for climate change.
    “Climate has been changing for four billion years,” the former president said according to AFP. “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.”
    Sarkozy has minimized the climate change in the past, but up until now he has never openly suggested that man was not to blame.
    It appears the ex-president has an all round grudge against climate change.
    The former president believes the world should be concentrating on the rise in the population and movement of people rather than worrying so much about global warming.
        Hardly mentioned in the biased British press.