Tuesday, 8 December 2009

"Redistribute $45 trillion to poorer nations" - UN

From World Tribune.
Part of the agenda of the UN Copenhagen Climate Change Conference and another climate summit at the UN on Dec. 18 is something called "climate justice."

Ignoring the fallacies behind the “science” of man-made global warming, a new U.N. report on “climate justice” says the U.S. and other countries owe $24 trillion in “climate debt” to the rest of the world. The report, “Climate Justice for a Changing Planet,” argues that the United States is “historically the largest global emitter” of greenhouse gas emissions and therefore has the biggest “debt” to pay.

But another U.N. report puts the figure at $45 trillion.

How can people argue that this is a good thing?
The March 2009 “Global Green New Deal” report says that the global financial crisis is an opportunity to usher in a new international socialist order. “The rules of financial architecture and of global environmental governance are being simultaneously re-written in 2009,” the report explains. “We believe that there is a unique historical opportunity now to create the basis of a new Green Economy that is able to allocate natural capital and financial capital in a far more effective and efficient manner into the foreseeable future. We must not miss this chance to fundamentally shift the trajectory of human civilization.”
In other words, transfer property ownership of the world to the United Nations, so it can ration it for the 'benefit of the environment'. You should read the rest of the article!

3 comments:

Fausty said...

As usual, it's a case of "who benefits?".

The culprits here are Goldman Sachs - and their government placemen. They stand to make hundreds of billions and that sum is GUARANTEED to rise.

This is the scandal of the century and governments are playing along - with our money.

You have to ask yourself why that might be.

fmwatkins said...

True. Just found this as well.

Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after 'Danish text' leak

No honour amongst thieves.

fmwatkins said...

This comment made me laff

fabiusmaximus

8 Dec 2009, 2:41PM

Burn the poor.

It is illegal to use this type of fuel. It produces CO2.