The Vatican’s L’Osservatore Romano newspaper offered a fawning review Saturday of U.S. climate czar and Vietnam-era traitor John Kerry’s address this week at the COP26 Climate Change Conference, fear-mongering about the risk of “climate negligence.”
“It would be negligent to leave Glasgow and the COP26 international climate conference without establishing rules for verifying the commitment of individual states to resolve the emergency,” the paper quoted Kerry as saying.
It is no coincidence that Kerry chose the adjective “negligent” to describe the risk at the end of the proceedings of “the most important climate conference ever,” L’Osservatore Romano declared. The end result of this negligence would be “failure,” the article added.
If so, then as 18-year-old Swedish climate scold Greta Thunberg recently declared, the whole conference would be nothing more than “blah, blah, blah” — a phrase that aptly describes all this environmental alarmism.
It would be “dangerous,” L’Osservatore Romano states, again referencing Kerry, to fail to verify national plans for specific climate actions, including targets for greenhouse gas emission reductions and policies and measures governments implement in response to climate change.
What is really dangerous is letting the incompetent anti-American Kerry be in charge of committing America to this environmentalist boondoggle.