I`ve been through this for years, but I didn`t know what we had to do, which is to share it with everyone, then get rid of all the political parties and start over with a government that works for us and not for themselves and their refined pockets. In keeping with what you wrote at TrueBlue, I thought the same thing when I read the comment “except Pauline”, which shows that her only interest is for Australia and the Aussie people, but she is there for herself. People are too easily led and blinded without controlling themselves who supports who and what and where the money goes. (35) “Special attention should be paid to the least developed countries, which should benefit from a net transfer of resources from developed countries in the form of technical and financial resources and capital goods, so that the least developed countries can accelerate their industrialization in accordance with policies and development plans.” (41) “That developed countries strictly adhere to the principle that the system of generalized preferences should not be used as an instrument of economic and political pressure to impede the activity of developing countries producing raw materials” (43) “That developing countries participate fully and effectively in the international decision-making process on international monetary issues , in accordance with the existing and evolving rules of the competent authorities, and that they participate equitably in the benefits that flow from them. “52) “Developing countries should pay particular attention to the development of basic industries such as steel, chemicals, petrochemicals and mechanical engineering, in order to consolidate their economic independence while ensuring an effective form of import substitution and a greater share of world trade.” In any case, the U.S. target will be a decisive benchmark for Australia`s post-2020 goal. Australia is richer, has higher per capita emissions and is more vulnerable to climate change than the United States. While we ignored our Constitution, successive governments have passed illegal laws of Parliament to raise taxes, interest rates, the cost of employing people (without the worker taking any benefit from it) and put in place environmental planning controls that destroy our productive capacity. These governments have used unions to help them by encouraging union leaders to negotiate employment contracts that support the government`s objectives. The world has moved closer to a new climate agreement, in which all countries, not just developed countries, will take action against greenhouse gas emissions after 2020. The two-week Lima climate summit, held two days after Friday`s planned target, was a reminder of the difficulty of involving all countries.