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Friday, March 27, 2009

U.N. 'Climate Change' Plan Would Likely Shift Trillions to Form New World Economy,2933,510937,00.html

This is extremely scary, especially since we have a president that ascribes to this kind of thought. This is not about climate change, no, it is about creating a single ruling body that seeks to establish a world utopia. This would be a loss of sovereignty for any country that joins up. It wouldn't improve the world as a whole as capitalism and democracy has, but rather equalize everyone to a lower benchmark. This would be a step backward for humanity given that there are still quite a few reputable climatologists that refute the idea of man-made global warming, a thoroughly bad idea*.

Further shocking is this line:
"In an influential but highly controversial paper called "Key Elements of a Global Deal on Climate Change," British economist Nicholas Lord Stern, formerly a high British Treasury official, has declared that industrial economies would need to cut their per capita carbon dioxide emissions by "at least 80% by 2050," while the biggest economies, like the U.S.'s, would have to make cuts of 90 percent."

And this one:
"But even when it does hazard a guess at specific impacts, the report seems curiously hazy."

These people have no idea what they are doing. They have some ethereal idea that they blindly pursue in the name of a global "good." By capitulating to unelected members of a foreign NGO, the freedoms and principles on which the United States was founded will begin to erode away.

*Manhattan Declaration:

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