US President Donald Trump wants to set up according to the “Washington Post” a Commission to examine whether the climate change for the United States represents a threat to national security. The Chairperson of the Board of the high-ranking members of the National security Council (NSC) and former physics Professor at the Elite Princeton University, William Happer, should take, according to the newspaper, citing NSC documents. Happer denies that there is a man-made climate change, and is noticed in this context, several highly controversial Statements. So, he represented in an Interview with US broadcaster CNBC, the view that rising carbon Dioxide levels in the atmosphere are not harmful, and compared CO2 with the Jews in Nazi Germany.

William Happer compares CO2 with the Jews

“The demonization of carbon dioxide is just like the demonization of the poor Jews under Hitler,” said Happer CNBC in the year 2014. “Carbon dioxide is actually a benefit for the world, just like the Jews.”

In an Interview with the investigative news media “ProPublica” in the year 2017, Happer said, according to the “Huffington Post”, the word “deniers”, with the people who reject the scientific consensus on climate change, would be referred to, had been chosen “carefully, to let me as a sympathizer of the Nazis look”.

And in 2009, he called according to the report, the climate science a “sectarian cult,” and claimed that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant. Then he is about those who believe in climate change, another Nazi comparison here. “This is George Orwell. This is ‘The German, the Mr race. The Jews are the scum of the earth’. It is this kind of Propaganda.”

Donald Trump does not believe its own experts

the establishment of The climate Commission was the latest attempt by Donald Trump to represent the research results of his own government and climate change experts in question, writes the “Washington Post”. In fact, only a few weeks ago, the National intelligence Director Daniel Coats has identified climate change in the context of a global threat analysis by the intelligence service as a significant security risk.

North Korea, Iran, climate

How Trump sees the world. And how its intelligence services in the world

And in November of last year, presented an amalgamation of about a dozen Federal authorities in its climate report (the”National Climate Assessment”) for the U.S. Congress. The core statements are: global warming poses a growing threat to the economy of the United States and around the world and in the United States alone losses up to the middle of the century, hundreds of billions of dollars annually. In their report, the experts called for drastic measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Trump’s comment was, “I believe.”

U.S. President

Donald Trump questioned because of his “very high level of intelligence” on climate change

Donald Trump change for nonsense keeps a man-made Klim, meanwhile, is known. Now the US President has explained to the world about why he comes to this view.

sources: “the Washington Post,” “Huffington Post”, Twitter,