After Brexit, the map of the European Union seems a lot like the map of the fascist-controlled territory of 1941.
As Trump returned from the G7 meeting, I couldn’t fail to notice that four out of six of its members are Germany, Japan, Italy, and Macron’s (i.e., collaborationist) France. And all of them seem to be against the U.S. on climate change. With the understanding that these countries have nothing in common with the regimes that ruled them in the WWII, and with all due respect to them, I support President Trump in his firm stand against the evil that is climate alarmism.
Speaking of Japan: it might pay lip service to climate alarmism, but it stakes its energy future on coal power plants.