Is the U.S. on the verge of a global climate war?

It’s hard to overstate how bad this crisis is.

In a recent New York Times editorial, the paper’s editor, Margaret Sullivan, wrote that “the global climate is now in a state of catastrophic and irreversible decline.”

She said that “in a world in which the earth’s crust is increasingly covered by ice sheets, sea levels are rising, sea ice is disappearing, and deserts and other regions of the world are being flooded and covered with deserts, we are in a global crisis.”

The Times also pointed out that the “climate is now on track to become a very serious and dangerous threat to global security.”

But the U:S.

government, and its allies in the global-warming movement, are not taking Sullivan’s warning seriously.

In fact, they’ve been trying to justify their position by pointing out that there is no evidence that human activities are contributing to climate change, nor that the planet is warming.

And it’s true that the U., as a nation, is warming faster than most other countries.

But this is a case where, in order to justify its own global-war mentality, the U has been lying to the American people.

The New York times editorial goes on to say that “this is a crisis that is not being solved, and it’s not going to be solved anytime soon.”

This is a big deal, but it’s also a small price to pay for a government that has been so deceitful about its climate policies.

We have no idea what the U will do next, and the stakes are too high to allow the administration to pretend that climate change is not a serious threat.

That’s not what the Times editorial says, either.

It’s important to understand that the United States government is not merely lying to us.

It is actively promoting a global-calamity climate war.

And the administration’s lies about the effects of climate change are helping to spread misinformation about climate change and about human-caused global warming.

The United States has been actively trying to push the world into a global catastrophe for more than a century.

The Times article does not explicitly mention this, but the administration has repeatedly stated that it’s already at a “crisis level” in the face of global warming and that it will continue to struggle to control the planet.

The president, for example, has said that his administration is “on track to meet our Paris Agreement commitments,” while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently said that, “Our goal is to be a climate-controlled nation within a decade.”

And in fact, the administration is already making its own climate change projections, with its own projections that are very much based on “unintended consequences” of global-warming policies.

These projections are based on a set of assumptions that have nothing to do with the actual impacts of global climate change.

The administration has also repeatedly argued that it can continue to meet its international climate commitments with “a lower greenhouse gas emissions scenario.”

The administration’s new science-denying policy has made it impossible to achieve these goals.

In other words, the climate crisis is only going to get worse.

That may be true, but that’s not the point.

The real point is that the climate-war strategy that the Obama administration has been pursuing has been a global disaster.

As the Times article points out, the “world has entered a new era of climate disruption.”

The Trump administration is trying to make it worse.

And while it may be politically convenient for the administration, it’s going to do far more harm than good for the planet and the people who live on it.