World's Carbon Emissions by Country China is the world's biggest polluter - producing nearly twice as much carbon emissions as the U.S., according to the International Energy Agency. The score is China - 29% of the world's total, and U.S.A. - 16% in 2018. Since then, that disparity has increased with the American economy faltering … Continue reading By 2030, U.S. must REDUCE carbon 50%; China to INCREASE carbon next 9 years!
Climate change is a humanitarian issue not a political one, and one where we’ve been far too slow in waking up to the issues and acting on the damaging impact our ways of living are having on the world. We now have the facts, the science, the technology and the ability to save not just … Continue reading Prince Henry “The Not So Great” and wife: public climate warriors and closet polluters
In Sweden the once "Jolly" Green Giant has been replaced with one sad, sad, sad mountain of trash after another, spewing toxic fumes and sporting hordes of furry creatures to thrive in garbage and decay. Nearby residents are fleeing, and those who can't, are taping up windows, hoping the fumes will not cause permanent illness … Continue reading Sweden’s “Circular Economy” has created mountains of trash in trip “Back to the Past”
A reporter placed his finger on the 69-foot, 24,000-pound Maglev (magnetic levitation) train and with a small push, the train moved. This was the latest technological leap by China and its 4.5 million engineers (U.S. has less than 500,000) - the prototype of a 385-miles per hour (mph) passenger train set to be operational in … Continue reading For 1/10th our Covid bill – a 385-mph train from Beijing, China to Seattle, Washington
A report compiled by Eric Ruark, director of research at the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), revealed that "... only 27% of workers hired by agribusinesses are American citizens, 21% are green card holders, around 1% are part of the guest worker program … and a whopping 51% are unauthorized immigrants”. This week Rep. … Continue reading Teens – who cross border – suffer from illegal working conditions in U.S. suburban factories
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tms0yk9kqVM&w=836&h=470 The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) decided Thursday, last week, that it must protect viewers from a very funny Monty Python sketch, which parodied Nazis in World War II. That conflict resulted in about 30 million deaths, and was started by Germany's invasion of Poland in 1939. The episode contains racial slurs, so we are … Continue reading “The Germans” Fawlty Towers episode ruled racist, but no Netflix warning on a Nazi dvd
"This was a deal that was negotiated over a long period of time," Steve Mnuchin explained, when asked if China will keep to its promise of buying $250 billion in U.S. (farm) goods. "It was signed off by President Xi [Jinping] and President [Donald] Trump, and, and I have every reason to expect that they … Continue reading U.S. farm products bound to China refused – carriers would rather send empty containers
The new (2021) Trilateral Commission membership list includes members' current and past major affiliations. One major change is that Tony Blinken has moved off the list. When members are appointed to public office, they are no longer active in the Commission. Blinken was named Secretary of State by President Joe Biden. Other Trilateral members and … Continue reading Trilateral Commission 2021 membership list of who really makes national & foreign policy