United Nation Proposes Global Eco-Fascist Authority in Durban

by Luis R. Miranda
The Real Agenda
December 9, 2011

The United Nations-sponsored Durban meeting on Climate Change that ends today has not shocked anyone when it comes to the proposals presented by representatives from 191 nations and 1 from the European Union. What did shock some people, even those of us who follow closely the UN’s drive to create a fund to allegedly subsidize developing countries as they mitigate disasters caused by climate change, is the boldness of their initiatives, which they continue to push every time it is possible.

The boldest of all the proposals is the creation of what the United Nations calls an International Climate Court of Justice as well as a Green Climate Fund managed bu no other one than the UN. The so-called Climate Court of Justice would be a global policeman that would punish nations that do not adhere or respect the directives of the globalist managed organization. The United Nations, through the Green Climate Fund will determine how to distribute the monies taken from developed countries and will re-distribute them only to those countries that do what the UN wants them to do.

That is exactly what the United Nations wants to do: to redistribute much of the world’s wealth to those who bow down to their eco-fascist policies that intend to take the world back to the stone age. During an interview with Germany’s NZZ Online Sunday, UN official Ottmar Edenhofer declared, “We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.” These policies continue to be presented to the public as urgent initiatives to save the planet from disasters caused by man-made global warming and climate change. The United Nations is also pushing the idea that mother earth has rights and that the Climate Court of Justice will make sure that those rights are respected.

During the same interview, Edenhofer said climate change policies had to be discussed and approved in light of an economic framework. He also confirmed that United Nation policies to deal with the supposed threat presented by climate change are based on the already debunked theory that CO2 emissions are responsible for the warming of the planet, and that in order to achieve the goal to keep the warming to just 2 more degrees, society needs to drastically reduce the use of fossil fuels. “Because we have 11,000 gigatons of carbon in the coal reserves in the soil under our feet — and we must emit only 400 gigatons in the atmosphere if we want to keep the 2-degree target. 11,000 to 400 — there is no getting around the fact that most of the fossil reserves must remain in the soil.”

Even without having the support of important developed and developing countries, the UN is already talking about the existence of a ‘climate debt’ that needs to be paid to the globalist overlords. “Their plans to establish a world government paid for by the West on the pretext of dealing with the non-problem of “global warming” are now well in hand. As usual, the mainstream media have simply not reported what is in the draft text which the 192 states parties to the UN framework convention on climate change are being asked to approve,” says Christopher Monckton of Brenchley who has successfully challenged all the propaganda and disinformation put out by the United Nations and its minions such as Rajendra Pachuari, Michael Mann, James Hansen and Al Gore. None of this gentleman have had the guts to face off with Mr. Monckton as they are afraid of having their theories debunked in public.

The latest document upon which the Durban meeting is being carried out addresses a variety of topics, all of which somehow are going to be solved by paying carbon taxes to the globalist organization created by the banking system modeled after the League of Nations and officially established in 1945. Among those issues are: the creation of an international Climate Court of Justice, the Rights of Mother Earth, the Rights to Survive, War, a new Global Temperature Target, a new CO2 Emissions Target, the Peak-greenhouse-gas target year and others.

“The International Climate Court will have the power to compel Western nations to pay ever-larger sums to third-world countries in the name of making reparation for supposed “climate debt”, says Monckton, who also points out that the kangaroo Court will have no power over third-world countries. This basically means that they won’t have to reduce their carbon emissions allowing large corporate polluters to move to those countries and contaminate the environment without limitations. Meanwhile, the issue of mother earth’s rights alleges that humans must recognize the rights and go out in defense of mother earth in order to maintain and ensure harmony between humanity and the planet itself. The right to survive is directly connected to this issue as the document warns that millions of people are threatened by rising sea levels. They forgot to mention that according to recent data from the Jason 2 satellite, sea levels have actually decreased in the last three years.

The convention of the United Nations on Climate Change intends to take global temperatures to just 1 C above what it used to be before the industrial revolution occurred. This confirms the validity of criticism from skeptics who manifested that the whole United Nations move to restrict carbon emissions was an attempt to drive western civilization to standards of living only seen previous to the 1940’s. Since global temperatures are now reaching 3 C above pre-industrial revolution levels, the intended target to reduce the temperature to 1 C will effectively take humanity halfway to temperatures seen during the Ice Age. Radical proposals such as this one can only mean one thing. By 2050, which is the target year to achieve the CO2 emissions reduction proposed in the UN document, humanity will not enjoy the benefits of technologies such as motor cars, coal-fired or gas-fired power stations, aircraft and trains among other.

One interesting fact about the UN document and the proposals therein contained is that no real alternatives to the current forms of transportation, energy and industrial activity are proposed. The document only mentions the adoption of failed technologies such as windmills, solar panels and other “renewables” that have proven to be insufficient to help maintain a decent standard of living and that have brought loses in the billions of dollars to those countries that have adopted them.

As expected, the move to end an inexistant threat, namely climate change or global warming, is a one-way street. Only western developed countries will have to pay for the artificial ‘climate debt’. In the meantime, third world countries have been lured into the UN’s trap by making them believe they will be the recipients of all the billions of dollars that the middle-class in the developed world will have to pay in the form of taxes. This is a key aspect because transferring monies from the middle-classes and the poor in richer countries is the way in which the out of control globalists will make sure to implement their global de-industrialization plan. Of course, the United Nations will keep most of the money collected by those who sign the Convention on Climate Change to finance their long time dreamed World Government. And for those who want accountability regarding the expenses incurred by the Climate Fund… Well, there will not be any mechanisms to make the technocrats accountable for how they spend $100 billion they will collect every year.

Globalists, Climate Alarmists Move Forward with Deindustrialization Agenda

Reuters
April 8, 2011

Rich and poor nations overcame deep divisions on Friday to cut a deal that maps out U.N. climate negotiations for 2011, building on last December’s agreement in Mexico and hardening the focus on tougher issues.

The deal in Bangkok came after nearly four days of talks that some developing nations said were needed to “recalibrate” U.N. climate negotiations after last year’s Cancun agreements.

They wanted an agenda that tackled the fate of the Kyoto Protocol on fighting global warming and rich countries’ pledges to cut emissions, and clarified sources of cash for poorer nations rather than just building on what was agreed at Cancun.

But many rich nations said some developing nations were simply trying to row back on what was agreed in Cancun and this undermined negotiations this year that culminate in the South African city of Durban from late November.

Many nations were unhappy that much of the April 3-8 meeting was taken up arguing over the agenda, with the United States saying the delay dampened the mood, while some developing nations had misgivings about the end result. All expressed an urgency to press ahead with negotiations.

“It’s less rosy today than when we came in (at the start of the meeting),” senior U.S. negotiator Jonathan Pershing told reporters. In particular, he said some countries wanted to renegotiate the Cancun decisions.

“I don’t think that’s going to be constructive. What became evident is that we can expect more of that going forward,” he said.

Tosi Mpanu Mpanu, chair of the Africa Group, said he had mixed feelings. “Thank god we came up with an agenda. It’s a pity it took so long. What does it say for the rest of the year?”

FRAUGHT

Cancun is widely regarded as saving the often fraught negotiations from collapse.

Nations agreed curbs on the loss of tropical forests, schemes to transfer clean technology to poorer nations and help them adapt to climate change impacts, and a goal for rich countries to provide $100 billion a year in aid from 2020.

But it side-stepped tougher issues, such as whether to extend or replace the Kyoto Protocol, with concerns growing that a new pact or extension to Kyoto will not be agreed before the pact’s first phase ends next year.

Kyoto binds almost 40 industrialized nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 5.2 percent below 1990 levels during the five-year period 2008-2012. A second phase is meant to increase those cuts for rich nations.

It is the only pact imposing legal obligations on emissions cuts and the U.N. talks have been hobbled by disagreement over how to extend that obligation to all major economies, such as China, the world’s top greenhouse gas emitter.

The United States is No. 2. It never ratified Kyoto.

In Bangkok, there was a fresh focus on trying to find a compromise, with the agreed agenda stating there should be a continued discussion of the legal options of a new agreement that captures emissions curbs by all major economies.

“This evening in Bangkok, parties agreed an agenda to work toward a comprehensive and balanced outcome at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Durban,” said U.N. climate chief Christiana Figueres.

But disputes still loom over the size of rich nations’ pledges to cut emissions, with the United Nations saying they are not enough to avoid average global warming of less than 2 degrees Celsius.

Nations agreed in Cancun to work to keep the rise below this level to stave off ever greater extremes of droughts and floods, crop failures and rising sea levels.

Environmental groups were worried by the outcome of Bangkok.

“Once again, delegates could not reach agreement over key issues, including the future of the Kyoto Protocol, bringing the talks to a screeching halt almost from the beginning,” said Tasneem Essop of WWF.

Others pointed to the urgency to act to fight the impacts of climate change.

“There’s uncertainty about where the Cancun agreements take us, and can countries meet their commitments, and is it enough? And I think that was really at the heart of the agenda debate,” said Angela Anderson of the U.S. Climate Action Network.