The Moral Liberal
December 9, 2009


As the evidence continues to mount against top Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scientists at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) located at England’s University of East Anglia from emails a hacker obtained proving man-made global warming is a fabricated concept, the IPCC issued a statement to contain the damage. The statement is a definite indication the IPCC is feeling the pressure from the world community over the scandal.

The statement’s first paragraph calls the emails “stolen” and “condemns the illegal act which led to private emails being posted on the internet” and the IPCC “stands by the findings” of the researchers “whose professional standards and careful scientific work . . . provided the basis for these conclusions.” The standards mentioned are obviously not the same standards used by most of the scientific community. Also, if the information revealed in these emails supported their data, they would be applauding the disclosure.

The statement also claims their assessment process considers all relevant scientific information from journals with “robust peer review processes, or from other sources which have undergone robust and independent peer review.” Additionally, “Every layer in the process plays a role in keeping IPCC assessments comprehensive, unbiased, open to the identification of new relevant literature.” Not so. The emails obtained proved there was a deliberate attempt to exclude or discredit any peers or peer reviews that disagreed with the IPCC findings. The statement simply perpetuates more false claims and lies. To admit otherwise would be to admit there is no evidence for man-made global warming. It was signed by Prof. Thomas Stocker and Prof. Qin Dahe both co-chairs of the Working Group I which contributed to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report.


Every arm of the United Nations is designed to bring the world into a one world government through treaties. The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is working steadfastly and stealthily under the auspices of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) to this end creating a worldwide youth movement reminiscent of the Hitler youth. The UNCROC has been ratified by more countries than any other treaty. It makes the child the equal of the parents thus taking away all parental rights. Parental rights are passed to the United Nations. If governments are not moving fast enough, raise up a generation indoctrinated in the UN theology and the ball will not only move to the finish line, it will be carried over the finish line.

The ball is now the new climate change treaty known as the Copenhagen Protocol meant to replace the Kyoto Protocol due to expire in 2012. UNICEF got the ball rolling a week before the actual Conference of the Parties (COP 15) begins by holding the Children’s Climate Forum. From November 30-December 5th, 164 young Climate Ambassadors — children ages 14-17 from 44 countries — were brought to Copenhagen to discuss or in actuality, be told, what their rights are related to climate change and how they must commit to change. They were told if they are forced to live in an environmentally compromised planet, they won’t be able to enjoy their lives fully, since threats to their health and wellbeing will increase.

At the end of the week, the Climate Ambassadors had prepared a “Children’s Forum Declaration” which was presented in a special Friday night ceremony to the President of COP 15, Ms. Connie Hedegaard. The Declaration states “We commit to personal lifestyle changes that place the common good above our individual desires and current way of life;” “We commit to engage and actively cooperate with . . . governments in combating climate change;” and finally, “We are prepared to give all we have as long as there is the possibility of saving our planet.” The last sentence, directed at the government leaders of the conference states, “We expect the same courage from you.”


I attended the special ceremony Friday night, December 4, 2009. The celebration was held in Copenhagen’s majestic City Hall and the large hall was filled with young people, some looking as young 10 yrs. old. Posters were exhibited all around the room expressing the supposed problems climate change has caused in each country represented.

I spoke with a 16-year-old young man from Florida in the U.S. named Pulkit Agrawal. Pulkit explained to me he was worried South Florida would soon be under water if the glaciers continue to melt. He was one of four young people chosen out of 75 from the U.S. to be a Climate Ambassador. He first attended a Junior 8 Summit held in conjunction with the G8 Summit last July in Italy. At the J8 Summit young people discussed their rights as related to the global financial crisis, again ending with a Declaration to be presented to the leaders of the G8 Summit. Pulkit along with the others from the U.S. met with Obama in Italy.

In order to be considered for the Climate Forum, Pulkit submitted four essays explaining what he was doing to combat climate change. He attends the North Miami Senior High School in Florida where he has started a UNICEF club. It is easy to understand why these young people have an automatic allegiance to an organization that flies them all over the world not only to meet with world leaders but to demand their rights from these leaders. Talk about building an unrealistic image of one’s own importance.

The celebration ended with a Danish rock group singing “It’s My World” written by a Danish composer especially for the forum. Some of the verses of the song are:

Everyday when I get home, I can see what I did wrong

And the back of my mind says, that I should know better

And I would give it all up, if I could turn back the clock

Would’ve treated you better, now I see it clearer.

I do believe there’s a time to change

And I’m not caught up in yesterday


‘Cause the world will keep on turning

And the light will keep on burning

For the fact that I’ll be learning

Every minute of the journey

But if we don’t stop pretendin’

There will be consequences

For the rivers that are flowing

When the fire’s on the fire’s on

It’s my world, it’s my world, it’s my world

(repeated two more times)

Somebody made it all up, the beauty of a raindrop

Just like a work of art, mountains and rivers

I wanna see where it ends up, if I give it all my love

Every thought I give her will come back forever

I know that we’ve got a right to change

And there’s no reason to place the blame


I’ve got a choice to make, before it fades away

It’s now or never, can’t be like “hey, whatever”

Whatever motivates, I’ve gotta make a change

Make a change, make a change

We’re in this together.

The backdrop on the stage was a large tree made of construction paper. The Climate Ambassadors were asked to make a one-year commitment to take action against climate change. Each ambassador wrote their commitment on a paper leaf which was then pasted on the tree.

UNICEF is an evil organization intent on controlling the hearts and minds of our children.

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