Donald Trump was reckless and dangerous when he decided to pull USA out of the Paris Climate deal. The fact that USA pollutes the most compounds the issue further. After Trump’s coitus interruptus (a birth control measure, not a climate control measure) USA got clubbed alongside war-torn Syria and Nicaragua as being the only three countries not to be part of the Paris climate deal. Both Syria and Nicaragua have their reasons for not being part of the climate deal while USA has Donald Trump. Here are some funny tweets on World Environment Day you must not miss.
It is World Environment day and the President who should have been contributing the most is playing. With his mother.
If you think Trump treating Earth as his play toy is bad, check out how else he treats it.
— The Cartoon Movement (@cartoonmovement) June 5, 2017
Or this one where one man’s ignorance and arrogance may take the whole world down.
— Jonathan Riley (@realJonRiley) June 5, 2017
The good thing is, the World is not taking it lying down. European leaders are stepping in and taking the lead. Voices of “let us make the planet great again” are being heard from everywhere.
— KP (@KironZ) June 4, 2017
Some folks are also getting personal. Poor Trump ends up dragging his wives also into the play.
Talking of the USA first lady, I think she can get USA in the Paris climate pact. All she has to do is put Donald Trump on a sexual diet like how the women of Bergama, Turkey had done when a Gold mining company came to town. Read more about the Resistance of Bergama.
While we leave Melania Trump to figure out ways to bring Donald Trump around, let us get to Obama, ex-President of USA. This World Environment day, folks haven’t been kind to him either.
Why Obama, in fact, all the politicians are to be blamed for the pits we are in.
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) June 5, 2017
Why can’t all countries be like Sweden? Did you know that Sweden recycles so well that it has run out of garbage for its energy programs and now imports garbage from Norway.
Even trees recognize their own children (their baby trees) and send them more carbon below ground. They even reduce their own roots to make room for their kids’ roots. When trees can take care of their kids, why aren’t we concerned about ours?