Matania Ginosar
Matania Ginosar

Can Trump Be Good for Israel?

In 1980 I was the manager of the solar and wind energy programs at the California Energy Commission, State of California. During my lectures about these alternative energies, I emphasized that we needed these technologies to reduce the likelihood of Climate Change.

Some scientists were aware then of the danger of Climate Change, but most were not.

For the last decade, the total global scientific community that works with this subject agrees that Climate Change is here, and is reducing the ability of our Earth to sustain life.

Climate Change is not open to personal interpretation, or personal belief. The science and evidence are clear and unquestionable: humanity is facing extreme and rapid climate degradation that can make this globe uninhabitable, unless we reduce drastically and urgently the CO2 gases generated by burning fossil fuels that created this menacing danger.

Just one example, most of the city of Sacramento is at sea level. The oceans are rising due to the melting of glaciers around the world, because of Climate Change. With time, the rising ocean water could reach Sacramento and flood it. Hundreds of millions of people around the world live in cities that are at sea level, and therefore could be flooded too.

Climate Change is the most crucial issue of our time, Trump and his associates have no capacity to grasp this unique event in human history and are not likely to fight climate change.

We have no more time to argue about the existence of Climate Change- it is here, and we must reduce the use of fossil fuels drastically as soon as possible.

Trump and the people around him are incapable of grasping the time criticality of this issue. He must be defeated, no matter what other views you may have where Trump appears to agree with you.

Some believe Trump would be better for Israel. I love Israel to my core, but if we allow Climate Change to progress, tiny Israel would suffer so drastically, that it could turn into a desert. Israel could become uninhabitable, as the rest of the Middle East would likely be.

Matania Ginosar
Doctor of Environmental Science and Engineering, UCLA
Electrical Engineer, BS. MS. EE. Univ. of Washington.


About the Author
Dr. Matania Ginosar was born and raised in Israel to a family that has lived in Israel for more than 200 years. At age 15, he joined the Lechi underground to liberate Israel and was arrested by the British. He is a founding member of a kibbutz near the Gaza border. Dr. Ginosar has a B.S. & M.S. in Electrical Engineering. He was a Teaching Assistant MIT. M.S. management as well as Doctorate in Environmental Science from UCLA. Twenty yr. in Electronic Engineering for US Dept. of Defense. Manager Solar office and Wind- Energy program for State of California, Directed the pioneered wind energy in Calif, first in the world. Directed political activists against nuclear weapons' buildup Pro bono for 9 yrs. Blogging on Israeli issues for over 15 yrs. writer, teacher of Judaism. Books published in English, on Amazon: Israel Freedom Fighter, Essays on Israel Struggle for peace, A Dynamic Life at the birth of Israel, Ready for release- Time is Running out- The danger of Climate Change. 45 minutes, YouTube presentation: How to Influence Congress To Reverse The Nuclear Arms Race, Youtube presentations on my Lechi activities, plus Israel quest for peace
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