E.U. to Ratify Paris Accords*
Editor Note: Those following along with covert geopolitics know that the Paris Accords are not what they seem at first glance. With the recent addition of the yuan to the SDR basket of currencies, and this latest news of the E.U. ratifying the agreement, it looks as if now we only need to wait for Russia to ratify and that will activate the Global Currency Reset (GCR). According to Benjamin Fulford,
“Russia will wait to ratify the Paris Accord until military issues are resolved and the cabal surrenders.”
This goes along with what Cobra has been saying, as well. His information tells us that the GCR will not happen until The Event and when the cabal is dealt with. We are getting VERY close! See additional links at the end of this article for more information.
“The IMF accepts the gold-backed yuan into the SDR basket on Oct 1, as the FRB ceases sept 30.” It adds: “The Paris agreement which secretly activates a global gold standard is at near 48%, India will ratify Oct 2 (4.5%) so when Russia (7.35%) ratifies it will cross the 55% threshold but holds off until military issues are resolved and the cabal surrenders.”
Benjamin Fulford, October 3, 2016
The European Parliament in Strasbourg, France on Tuesday ratified the Paris Agreement on climate control, paving the way for the 28-nation European Union to do the same later this week.
By The BRICS Post with inputs from Agencies
World powers such as the U.S. and China ratified the deal last month.
China and the U.S. are the world’s top two producers of man-made carbon emissions, accounting for 38% of the world’s total emissions.
India ratified the agreement just last week.
The landmark agreement reached last year in the French capital will go into effect if ratified by at least 55 countries representing 55 per% of the world’s man-made emissions.
This threshold has now been crossed with the European Parliament’s ratification. The E.U.’s combined emissions account for some 12% of the global total.
E.U. President Jean-Claude Juncker said he believed today’s ratification turns climate ambition into climate action.
“The Paris Agreement is the first of its kind and it would not have been possible were it not for the European Union. Today we continued to show leadership and prove that, together, the European Union can deliver,” he said.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon lauded the ratification today saying he was honored to witness such a “historic moment”.
“We have seen extraordinary action from all corners of the globe to bring this agreement to life this year.
The Paris agreement on climate change was adopted with no objection by the 196 Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) during the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21) hosted by France in December last year.
The Paris pact, which sets a target of limiting global warming by 2100 to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius by curbing greenhouse gas emissions, will not be a fully legally binding treaty.
The final Paris accord has agreed that rich nations need to maintain a $100 billion a year funding pledge beyond 2020, and use that figure as a “floor” for further support agreed by 2025.