CO2 Emissions Equals Wealth

Bloomberg reports that China will pass US wealth by the year 2032.

China to Overtake U.S. Economy by 2032 as Asian Might Builds – Bloomberg

Under the deal China made with Obama, China’s CO2 emissions will continue to grow until “around the year 2030” – as US emissions decline. In other words – increasing CO2 emissions corresponds with increasing wealth.

Climate Goals Pledged by China and the U.S. – The New York Times

FACT SHEET: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation |

Donald Trump explained this scam five years ago, and Obama proved him to be correct.

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9 Responses to CO2 Emissions Equals Wealth

  1. Anon says:

    That is not as far fetched as one might think.

    See the last 10 minutes of:

    BBC Documentary 2017 – THE ART OF WAR By Sun Tzu – Documentary

    If they see the Paris Climate Accord the same way the North
    Vietnamese saw the Paris Peace Accords of 1973. It is just a
    temporary agreement they can exploit, then can break at any time.

    So tranferring all the world’s production to China with the
    “hope” they will decarbonize after 2030 is wishful thinking.

  2. Gail Combs says:

    “Bloomberg reports that China will pass US wealth by the year 2032.”

    Not if President Trump and his ‘Wolverines’ have anything to say about it!

    Sundance does a nice analysis of the people Trump has put into his cabinet.

    This is his description of one of my three favorites:
    “…With economics as the backbone to MAGA, President-elect Trump hires the biggest apex predator, a contract killer amid the multinational business world, to be our Secretary of Commerce….The man can make a billion from the contract text covered by the rim of his glasses while sipping tea… Businessman Donald Trump faced hired contract killer Wilbur Ross once; only once. More than two decades before he hired him to be MAGA’s primary trade contract negotiator…”

    I have been following these men closely, reading the transcripts Sundance has been kind enough to post (and there have been many) and I do not think the USA has had the stunning professional expertise and sheer brainpower in cabinet positions for over a hundred years or more.

    Why? Because for the first time the cabinet members were chosen based on ability, knowledge (and fangs) instead of the repaying of political favors owed.


    And think of those ‘Wolverines’ going up against the likes of Rainbow Socks Trudeau, with his clueless trade negotiator focused on LBQTXY and ‘Social Justice’ ….. ROTFLMAO!!!

    That is why I find the current politics so fascinating. These businessman are so different from the Hillarys, John Kerrys and other lawyers, politicians or academics we have been saddled with since my birth.

    This is another good read: TPP Economics, NAFTA, The APEC Summit, Mexico, Canada and Trump

  3. Richard Greene says:

    The Trump tweet might as well say:
    “I’m a stupid head on the subject of climate change”

    Wil speculation of US and China’s GDP 15 years from now
    is like guessing the climate 15 years from now —
    no one knows — everyone has an opinion!

    The Chinese did not create the concept of global warming.

    A scientist did in 1896.

    The UN started USING global warming,
    as a (fake) crisis that ‘needed their leadership”,
    pushed by socialist Maurice Strong

    China’s competitive edge is low labor costs,
    and they are willing to pollute themselves,
    to keep manufacturing costs downs.

    Their labor costs are so low,
    they import cotton from Texas,
    to make T-shirts,
    they send back to the US,
    to be sold here
    under American company,

    • Richard Greene says:

      That’s wild speculation, not wil speculation!

      I forgot to mention any GDP comparison,
      even if you knew the 2032 number today,
      is meaningless unless presented on
      a per-capita basis.

      Otherwise you would be comparing
      two nations, one of which had triple
      the population of the other,
      so would have about triple the workers too.

      So even if US and China did have equal GDPs,
      all that would mean is :
      roughly three (3) Chinese workers
      are producing the same amount of GDP
      (goods and services),
      as one (1) American worker.

      Much less impressive
      when thought of
      as an economist would do.

    • tonyheller says:

      Trump captured the essence of the situation in 150 characters. Your long pointless rant misses the forest for the trees.

      • Richard Greene says:

        Except that Trump doesn’t know what he is talking about
        on the subject of climate change, and never has.

        The Chinese are taking advantage
        of the climate change nonsense,
        but they certainly didn’t invent it,
        — that sounds like something a child would say!

        My economics comments were logical,
        supported by data, and
        I clearly explain that if GDP
        produced by the Chinese workforce,
        ever matched GDP,
        produced by our US workforce,
        that would ONLY mean ,
        it takes about 5 Chinese workers,
        to equal the production of 1 US worker,
        completely changing the meaning of
        “equal GDPs”

        Mr. Heller, you might want to open your mind
        and learn about off-topic subjects you are not
        an expert in.
        Your attack comment was not justified,
        and just makes you appear very angry in response
        to ANY criticism of your hero Trump.

        Richard Greene
        MBA, Finance

  4. Richard Greene says:

    I looked up the data for 2016:
    China had 776 million workers

    And the US had 152 million in
    December 2016, for a ratio of 5 to 1,
    Not my prior guess of 3 to 1.

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