Has the Guardian turned into a full frontal "click bait" site? Why on earth would they publish this lackluster story titled "Trump warming to reality of climate change, says senior Chinese official". The subheading is even more interesting and we quote:
Beijing’s chief climate negotiator, Xie Zhenhua, talks down fears that joint leadership shown by China and the US will be reversed under new president
What does that even mean? First off, what fears? Second, joint leadership reversal? Third, why are we talking to a Chinese "Chief Climate Negotiator" about Trump? Has he ever met Trump? Has he ever spoken to Trump? What is a Chief Climate Negotiator anyway?
As we dig further into this "breaking news" story, we were impressed by the Guardian's top notch use of this image of a moronic protestor, who obviously did not bother to watch the actual Senate Confirmation Hearings of the people she is protesting against.
We wonder why The Guardian failed to include this graph in their "story", and question Xie, a Communist party veteran who spent more than a decade at the helm of China’s environmental agency, why this happened under his watch if he is so "low carbon future" as he states.
And of course there is always this graph we leave you all to contemplate on China's real agenda. China diplomatic policy has long been say one thing do another. Will China implement a climate change austerity program based on our guide?