According to Hillary Clinton, women “will bear the brunt” of climate change catastrophe, she warned in a “Women and Human Rights” speech at Georgetown University Monday.
“Women will, once again, be primarily burdened with the problems of climate change” – such as foraging for food, gathering fire wood, and choosing a new home, Clinton predicted:
“So, yes, women once again will be primarily burdened with the problems of climate change.”
Women should prepare for coming responsibilities of climate change by “agitating for drought-resistant seeds they can “nurture” when they’re “toiling to grow enough food to feed their own family” like the female farmers in other countries, CNS News reports.
“Planting trees is really important. Helping to move towards more drought-resistant kinds of trees and shrubbery, just to try to save the soil, try to create some shade, try to give something to eat, agitating for drought-resistant seeds and seedlings that can be planted and nurtured because remember, 60 percent of the smallholder farmers in the world are women. I’m talking about less than an acre in most instances.
“So they are out there toiling to grow enough food to feed their own family and maybe a little extra to go to market.”
When President Trump announced last year that he was withdrawing the United States from the Paris Climate Accord the Democrats and mainstream media went into a frenzy declaring that the world was coming to an end, crops would suddenly start to die and our children would be stricken with sudden illness.
What the Democrats do not want the American people to know is that the United States contributed $1 billion to the global Green Climate Fund, but the world’s top polluters contributed nothing, David Asman reported.
Fox News reported that Asman said on “Forbes on Fox” that China, Russia and India contributed no money to the Green Climate Fund, yet that international community pressured the U.S. to sign onto the Paris Climate Accord.
“It would have a devastating impact on our economy,” Forbes said.
He said that America already reduces Carbon emissions better than any other nation in the world.
Mike Ozanian pointed out that the funds for the Paris accord would be controlled by the United Nations, which often works against U.S. domestic interests.