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Biden Admin Agrees to Fund Climate Reparations at UN Council

'This is a face-saving fake deal to keep stringing poor countries along in order to keep the Paris hoax alive...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Biden administration entered into an agreement to help pay climate-change reparations on behalf of the world’s poorer countries at the United Nations COP27 climate conference.

The governments of 200 other world nations also agreed to the framework which sets up a “loss and damage” fund to funnel money toward countries facing droughts, hurricanes and other natural disasters.

The current form of the proposal is only a draft, according to the Daily Caller. Finer details, such as how much each country will be asked to contribute, will be decided at the 2023 COP conference.

“There is only an agreement to agree next year, which is not an agreement,” said Steve Milloy, a senior legal fellow with the Energy and Environmental Legal Institute. “This is a face-saving fake deal to keep stringing poor countries along in order to keep the Paris hoax alive.”

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Biden’s administration initially argued against this kind of funding, encouraging the UN to search for other ways to support struggling countries.

Climate damages were the hot topic at COP27, with the debate dominating the 12-day conference, which ended Friday.

The European Union reportedly said it would only support such a plan if China—the world’s greatest polluter—would provide funding only for developing countries, guaranteeing that the Chinese government would not benefit from the policy.

The trans-Pacific superpower has actively sought to spread its influence elsewhere—notably in mineral-rich Africa and South America, where it sees the potential for future resource mining—while undermining Western influence and institutions.

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Unlike their European counterparts, however, U.S. lawmakers did agree to the initial draft, and immediately followed that agreement by calling for a pledge to “phase down” the use of coal globally.

The COP27 conference overall was mired in controversy, with citizens around the world watching as the elite attendees did not even bother to hide their blatant hypocrisy.

Before the conference even started, climate delegates caught flack for arriving in Egypt on private jets.

“Leading by example? No way,” chided Rob Roos, member of European Parliament. “400 private jets at #COP27. Their attitude: ‘Do what I say, not what I do.’

The menu for the conference included top-dollar meat and fish dishes, including an angus beef medallion with sautéed potatoes for $100.

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