John Kerry Announces ‘World War Zero’ — A Star-Studded Activist Coalition

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On Saturday, Former Secretary of State John Kerry announced the launch of “World War Zero,” a coalition of who’s who comprising of former heads of state and Hollywood figures dedicated to pushing for solutions to climate change, which only exists in computer models and not in the real world.

Their forthcoming doom and gloom website states their chief objective is to mobilize resources to tackle global warming in a way akin to the Western allies in World War II.

If that’s not nuts, I don’t know what is.

The New York Times reports that John Kerry, who served as a liberal senator from  Massachusetts from 1985 to 2013, has recruited former Presidents Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, and former Republican governors, John Kasich and Arnold Schwarzenegger.  All are left-wingers in need of public image rehab, by the way.

A-listers such as actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Ashton Kutcher are also going to bloviate about climate change. Sixty figures in total are said to have signed up for the coalition.

“We’re going to try to reach millions of people, Americans and people in other parts of the world, in order to mobilize an army of people who are going to demand action now on climate change sufficient to meet the challenge,” Kerry said in an interview with the Times.

Kerry has been a loudmouth critic of the Trump administration’s environmental policies, calling them “profoundly dangerous” for the planet, and has repeatedly whined about President Trump’s pulling the US out of the 2016 Paris Agreement.

Personally, I think John Kerry would have been “profoundly dangerous” if he were ever president, so we should all hug a tree in gratitude that Kerry lost to Bush in 2004.  God only knows where we’d be now had he won and implemented his leftist policies on America.

“Future generations will measure us by whether we acted on facts, not just debated or denied them. The verdict will hang on whether we put in place policies that will drive the development and deployment of clean technologies, re-energize our economies, and tackle global climate change,” the Obama-era official wrote in an opinion-editorial for the Times last year. “Every day that goes by that we’re paralyzed by the Luddite in the White House is a day in the future that our grandchildren will suffer.”

Didn’t Kerry violate the Logan Act when he told Iran to ignore President Trump’s policies,  and when he counseled Iranian leaders on how to defeat US foreign policy after Trump pulled us out of the disastrous Iran Nuclear deal, that nobody signed, which means it was never enforceable anyway?

“What I’d like to see with Iran, I’d like to see them call me,” Trump said back in May. “John Kerry speaks to them a lot, and John Kerry tells them not to call. That’s a violation of the Logan Act, and frankly, he should be prosecuted on that.”

Didn’t Bill Clinton violate the Logan Act when he ignored his own wife’s State Department declining his request to go to Russia, and traveled to Vladimir Putin’s vacation homestead anyway, to cut a deal for Hillary’s influence over the CFIUS board for the sale of Uranium One to the tune of a $145 million bribe disguised as a Clinton Foundation donation? And didn’t Bill get $500,000 for a one-hour speech while there to a group of Russians who didn’t understand a word he said?

About a year ago, Kerry told The Guardian that “people are going to die” since the US was not participating in the Paris socialist playground.  “My kids and my grandkids are going to face a difficult world because of what Donald Trump has done.”

Give me a break.

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