(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – While much of the world is focused on Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine and rightly concerned about the possibility of a third world war on the European continent, John Kerry, who serves as Joe Biden’s international climate envoy, has a message for Russian President Vladimir Putin – and it has little to do with the war.
No, Kerry is far more concerned about – you guessed it – keeping the focus on “climate change.”
As the Washington Times notes in “John Kerry urges Putin to not let Ukraine invasion distract from combating climate change“:
“The White House’s international climate envoy, John Kerry, warned Russia to not lose sight of the bigger need to combat climate change as it targets Ukraine.
“Mr. Kerry, a former secretary of state, told BBC News earlier this week that it was important for Russian President Vladimir Putin and other global leaders to remain committed to lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
“‘I hope diplomacy will win … but equally importantly, you’re going to lose people’s focus, you’re going to lose, certainly big country attention,’ Mr. Kerry said. ‘I think hopefully, President Putin would realize that in the northern part of his country, they used to live on 66% of … frozen land. Now it’s thawing and his infrastructure is at risk, and the people of Russia are at risk.’
“‘I hope President Putin will help us to stay on track with respect to what we need to do for the climate,’ Mr. Kerry added.” [emphasis added]
Incomprehensibly, Kerry made these comments on the same day that it became crystal clear that Putin had ordered over 200,000 troops to invade Ukraine.
A historian we spoke with opined that Kerry would go down in history as one of the biggest dunces of his generation.
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— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 24, 2022