Environmentalists want a new world order

- November 28th, 2011

Earlier today, the jet set of the climate change world began their meeting in Durban, South Africa.

Sure, this United Nations body could meet in New York or Geneva where the UN has permanent facilities but that wouldn’t allow them to whoop it up in places like Bali, Cancun and now Durban. Sure one year they met in a frigid Copenhagen but that was a mistake.

So now thousands of delegates have flown to sunny, warm Durban with it’s beautiful golf courses, exquisite beaches and history of racism.

No, I’m not just talking apartheid, this is also where the anti-Semitic human rights conference known as Durban got it’s start.

But don’t worry, they are here to save the environment, or if you believe the people behind this movement, re-order society.

I don’t make this stuff up, you just need to ask the participants.

Here’s what Tim Flannery, a world renowned climate change expert, told me just ahead of the Copenhagen conference a couple of years ago:

“The negotiations now ongoing towards the Copenhagen agreement are in effect diplomacy at the most profound global level. They deal with every aspect of our life and they will influence every aspect of our life, our economy, our society, our relationship with the developing world, our relationship with the environment as well.”

Last year, ahead of the Cancun summit  Ottmar Edenhofer, a German economist and co-chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said that “climate policy is redistributing the world’s wealth.”

And you thought this was about the environment didn’t you?

No, this is about reorganizing the world. This is about redistributing wealth.

Canada is set to give another $400 million for climate change financing. That’s right, another $400 million.

Sure the Harper government is pulling out of the Kyoto Protocol, this after Chretien signed Canada up for targets that could never be met and that he never did anything to move us towards those targets.

We are pulling out of Kyoto but still paying the Dane geld to the climate change alarmists.

Well now we have more evidence that there are problems with the system.

Another cache of emails have been released, it’s being dubbed climate gate 2. Some people don’t want to publish the emails or want to discredit them because they were hacked, stolen if you will. Sure all the emails, the diplomatic cables released by Wiki Leaks were stolen, but that’s different, they were hacked and released for a great cause – embarrassing America.

The climate gate emails once again show that scientists wanted to hide information that didn’t support their cause.

Phil Jones, the man behind the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, is found to be shutting out researchers who don’t fully back his views. There is one email that talks about finding an investigative journalist to go after critics of the UN’s climate change reports.

“I have been talking with folks in the States about finding an investigative journalist to investigate and expose McIntyre and his thus far unexposed connections with fossil fuels interests.” – Michael Mann, University of Pennsylvania.

The temperature of the world has not been going up for years, a fact that Flannery told me was related to the fact that the earth was cooling before it warmed again.

Now a new report form the American National Science Foundation is also questioning the overall concept of warming saying that the UN folks have been over-hyping the problem.

For too long, the debate surrounding climate change has been one of those in favour silencing those opposed and claiming the science is settled.

Those days are now over and real debate can resume.

And that’s the Byline.

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4 comments

  1. Ken says:

    If environmentalists want a new world, send them to Greece. They’ll love the fact that nobody will have the money to drive in the near future.

  2. J says:

    Agenda 21 Brian, the UN and Enviro Elitists have been trying to push it on us for some time now. It’s what they call a global agenda for transition to sustainability in the 21ast century, but it’s basically what you said here a transition to a NWO. There is Lot’s of information on the web about it if you haven’t already researched it.

  3. DOW says:

    The biggest fraud in history of the world is coming undone so should be time for celebration by all clear thinking Canadians. Unfortunately Peter Mansbridge and his CBC cohorts are still trying to sell their doom, gloom and end of world scenario to scare the uninformed. CBC privatization can’t come soon enough.

  4. Constantin Draghici-Vasilescu says:

    I agree that the UN agenda is to gain power and undermine the economies of the Western countries. I applaud our government’s committment to refuse a non-exchange simply meant to weaken our economy to the advantage of fast growing competitors, such as China. What appears to be missing from the debate, however, is that policies such as those embraced by the Ontario “liberal” government do not encourage research and development aimed at minimizing the environmental impact of our civilization. Instead, they promote mindless pig scrimmage at the trough of government subsidies. Obama really tanked on that front by supporting and trying to exploit for publicity reasons the abismally failed Solyandra project. Surprisingly, the Ontario voters did not grasp at all the significance of that story and will pay quite dearly for failing to pay attention. I believe, however, that it would be prudent to support and stimulate research and innovation. particularly in the energy producing and transportation sectors. To that end I would set up substantial prizes for meaningful and economically sound contributions, sponsor serious research, and cancel immediately any support for “environmental studies” programs that produce graduates whose only capacity and likely contribution is to repeat ad nauseum the mantra that polution is not good for anyone except the rich and the powerful and to support statism. I also think that some of the Durban participants would be well advised to considerthe possibility that global warming might have natural causes that are unlikely to be much affected by human behaviour, and that may mean that their survival might entirely depend on aid coming form the very economies they are trying to undermine and destroy, in the not too distant future. What goes around comes around and nature has a very cruel way to punish foolishness.

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