, "One need read no further than the U.N. International Climate Accord [PDF] ultimately shot down at Copenhagen’s climate summit last year to understand the organization’s international wealth redistribution goals.
- The failed treaty actually contained as many paragraphs outlining the
- payment of "climate debt" reparations by Western nations as it did emission reduction schemes.
Indeed, for nearly 50-years the U.N. has formulated its own unique brand of “social justice” under the guise of “saving the planet”
Now, a high-ranking member of the U.N’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has admitted that
- by demonizing one byproduct of Western economic growth or another. Carbon Dioxide is, of course, merely the devil’s derivative du jour.
On Sunday, Ottmar Edenhofer, a German economist and IPCC Co-chair of Working Group III on Mitigation of Climate Change,
“climate policy is redistributing the world's wealth” and that
- climate policy has little to do with environmental protection.
- “it's a big mistake to discuss climate policy separately from the major themes of globalization.”
Edenhofer went on to explain that in Cancun, the redistribution of not only wealth but also natural resources will be negotiated, adding that:
The climate summit in Cancun at the end of the month is not a climate conference,
And another shot at playing Robin Hood with Americans’ money. As I addressed yesterday:
- but one of the largest economic conferences
- since the Second World War.
Now consider the U.N. plan to levy a climate reparations tax on the developed world (read that United States) on everything from airline flights and international shipping to fuel and financial transactions
Will Barack Obama and his fellow
advisor Lawrence Summers and radical anti-American billionaire George Soros as a means to meet the annual figure “international leaders” agreed to in Copenhagen and will be a primary goal at Cancun in a few weeks.
- to the tune of $100 billion annually. That scheme is backed by both Obama
recently repudiated Democrats actually entertain
incurring further international debt
"Wall Street realized there was money
to be made in 'going green.'" Robert Redford, April 2009
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