John Kerry returns to war…Against Climate Change

Secretary of State John F. Kerry has identified America’s primary enemy. It’s not RussiaIranChina or North Korea. Nope. It’s something even greater and more sinister: climate change. That’s right. One of the most powerful people in the world and fourth in line for succession to the presidency, Mr. Kerry is obsessed with junk science and global temperature changes. This would be comical if it were not so tragic.

Mr. Kerry delivered his first speech as America’s top diplomat at the University of Virginia. Such speeches are closely watched (especially by our enemies). They lay out the foreign-policy agenda of the new administration. Mr. Kerry’s focus was on green socialism and encouraging renewable-energy sources, such as wind and solar power. Otherwise, he argued, the United States — and the world — is doomed.

“We as a nation must have the foresight and courage to make the investments necessary to safeguard the most sacred trust we keep for our children and grandchildren: an environment not ravaged by rising seas, deadly superstorms, devastating droughts, and the other hallmarks of a dramatically changing climate,” Mr. Kerry said.

His answer is radical environmentalist legislation — high carbon taxes, imposing a cap-and-trade system upon manufacturers to coerce them into lowering carbon emissions and greater transnational cooperation in combating so-called climate change. In short, Mr. Kerry peddled a dark prophecy of an eco-apocalypse unless collective action is taken.

“So let’s commit ourselves to doing the smart thing and the right thing and truly commit to tackling this challenge,” he said. “Because if we don’t rise to meet it, rising temperatures and rising sea levels will surely lead to rising costs down the road. If we waste this opportunity, it may be the only thing our generations are remembered for. We need to find the courage to leave a far different legacy.”

Read more at The Washington Times. By Jeffrey T. Kuhner.

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