July 4, 2012
The climate change crowd often blames the Industrial Revolution and modern civilization for climate change. Researchers at the Planck Institute for Meteorology in Germany, however, now blame pre-industrtial humanity as well.
The earliest humans are responsible for nearly 10% of the total warming the globe has seen to date, the researchers argue. This “rethinking” about carbon emissions is shaping up to be a crafty way to include China and South Asia into the emerging “polluter pays” scheme the globalists have up their sleeves.
Under the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, China is considered a non-Annex I country and is not required to limit greenhouse gas emissions. There is a good reason for this – the globalists love China and adore its authoritarian government and plan to model their world government after it.
“Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history,” said Trilateral Commission founder David Rockefeller in 1973. It is, of course, of little concern to Rockefeller and the globalists that their beloved Mao was responsible for the worst genocide of the 20th century (he killed nearly 80 million Chinese, far out pacing the nearest contenders, Stalin and Hitler).
China’s preferential treatment irks hardcore climate change careerists, though. Because China and South Asia are historically responsible for massive amounts of deforestation, the German researchers argue, the Asians need to figure prominently on the carbon criminal list.
“This is a pure scientific study, and many things go into ‘Who is responsible for what’ that go outside the scope of science,” Julia Pongratz of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology said. “But when you attribute today’s climate change to regions of the world, then the picture indeed changes when you account for these preindustrialized regions.”
For the German researchers, humanity – even ancient humanity – is a blight and its “carbon footprint” is only reduced during cataclysmic events. “In particular, after the Mongols invaded Asia in 1200, the region’s carbon emissions dropped as forests were allowed to regrow in a time of war and population disruption,” Stephanie Pappas writes for LiveScience. “The Black Plague in Europe during the 1300s also appears to have created a carbon emissions blip, albeit a less dramatic one than the Mongol invasion.”
The Mongol invasion killed upward to half the population of Eastern Europe and destroyed much of the cultural and economic records from that period. The Black Plague or Death is estimated to have killed 30–60 percent of Europe’s population and reduced the world population from an estimated 450 million to between 350 and 375 million in the 14th century.
For the humanity hating hardcore climate careerists and their globalist bankster overlords the result of the German study is good news. It reaffirms their belief that humanity and modern civilization are a scourge and only drastic population reduction and a rollback of civilization will save the planet.