December 8, 2009
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States has made remarkable progress in reducing carbon emissions. “Carbon dioxide output from the U.S. energy sector has probably fallen half as much as would be needed to meet the 2020 emissions reduction target the Obama administration took to the Copenhagen climate-change summit,” reports Bloomberg.
|The IMF and World Bank are about fire sales and stealing natural resources and other prized goodies around the planet.|
It is said the energy-related carbon dioxide emissions will be 5.45 billion tons this year, or 8.6 percent below the 2005 level of 5.96 billion tons. Prior to the Copenhagen climate scam confab, the Obama administration said the U.S. is willing to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases “in the range of 17 percent” below the 2005 level by 2020.
As the EPA told us yesterday, such reductions will be imposed without input from Congress and the American people.
How did we get here? It’s the economy, stupid.
“Falling U.S. emissions are the result of the ‘weak economy,’ which grew at an annual rate of 2.8 percent in the third quarter after shrinking for a year, and a cleaner fuel mix in the electricity sector, the EIA said in its December Short-Term Energy Outlook,” writes Bloomberg.
Storm clouds on the horizon, however. “After falling 6.1 percent this year, energy-related CO2 emissions should increase 1.5 percent next year on ‘projected improvements in the economy,’ EIA said. This would put 2010 emissions at 7.2 percent below the 2005 level, making the 2020 target harder to reach relative to the 2009 total.”
Bummer. But fear not tree-huggers and would-be globalists. If the bureaucrats teaming up at Copenhagen as I write this have their way, they will cut the carbon emissions in stupendous fashion and usher in an era of permanent economic “recession.”
In order to realize this return to the Dark Ages in the name of polar bears and bankers, much of the world will necessarily need to be pitched into utter poverty. As the “Danish text” reveals, this is precisely what our global managers have in mind for the so-called third world.
“The UN Copenhagen climate talks are in disarray today after developing countries reacted furiously to leaked documents that show world leaders will next week be asked to sign an agreement that hands more power to rich countries and sidelines the UN’s role in all future climate change negotiations,” reports the Guardian this morning. “The so-called Danish text, a secret draft agreement worked on by a group of individuals known as ‘the circle of commitment’ – but understood to include the UK, US and Denmark – has only been shown to a handful of countries since it was finalized this week.”
Of course, when these guys say “rich countries,” they are not talking about the average American pleb or his counterpart in England or Europe. They’re talking about the bankers and transnational corporations. The so-called “circle of commitment” (to rob us blind and enslave us) is a creature of the World Bank and the IMF, two Frankenstein monsters created as a result of the one-worlder Bretton Woods Conference in 1944.
“The draft hands effective control of climate change finance to the World Bank,” the Guardian reports. In other words, the monetary aspect of the climate change scam predicated on junk science will be handled over to a notorious global loan shark syndicate already responsible for starving millions of people to death and enslaving billions more to an astronomical debt that can never be repaid and was in fact never meant to be repaid. The IMF and World Bank are about fire sales and stealing natural resources and other prized goodies around the planet.
[efoods]Not a bad deal for “financial institutions” that create funny money out of thin air and pawn it off on corrupt dictators who then force their people to pay it all back with interest. The fire sales begin when the people are unable to pay off the interest let alone the principal.
In addition to forcing poor nations to live up to unrealistic carbon emission standards (designed to keep them mired in poverty and misery forever) the Danish text — let’s call it what it is, the bankster text — spells out how the global elite (“rich nations”) will further slice up and divide the third world and force them to tighten their belts even more than they are now tightened and make sure they never arrive in the twentieth first century, let alone the twentieth.
Much of the world now exists on less than two dollars a day. If the banksters have their way, a lot of them will be existing on fifty cents or less per day. It’s an ideal scenario for a gaggle of eugenicists who resent most of humanity.
But that’s only part of the story. The scheme will not be limited to the third world. The “rich nations” — or rather the people who live in them — will be forced into the New Dark Age as well.
On the Alex Jones Show today, Lord Monckton, reporting from the epicenter of the criminal conspiracy, revealed what the control freaks in high places have in mind for the “developed nations.”
The Copenhagen summit under the cover of an elaborately constructed climate religion facade will endeavor to build a taxation and world government structure that will impose a 2% levy on the GNP of the “rich nations.” It will create 700 or more bureaucratic globalist bodies and a totalitarian world police force that will go after the scofflaws. It will impose levies on airfares, on international monetary transactions (of folks who are not part of the bankster syndicate) and in general tax out of existence most aspects of modern life.
As the U.S. Energy Information Administration unwittingly revealed, “weak” economies and economic depression are good for reducing carbon emissions. The Copenhagen summit — with its tear-jerk apocalyptic movies and blathering scientists (never mind the emails and programmer notes) — is all about convincing us that we have to accept world government and global poverty in the name of saving the planet.
It is the biggest scam in history.
This article was posted: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at 3:46 pm