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Thursday, February 02, 2012

Social Equality Means Saving The Planet?

This is pathetically absurd. It really is.

Hey folks,

Everyone knows that Global Warming, "Man-Made Global Warming" is a SCAM. More and more Scientists, even some of the same ones Gore cited in his Propaganda Movie, say it is a SCAM. Or the Science is unsettled to say the least. Even mainstream News Outlets like the Wall Street Journal are starting to tell the truth. Wall Street Journal: No Need to Panic About Global Warming

There's no compelling scientific argument for drastic action to 'decarbonize' the world's economy.
We have talked about Natural Cycles. That is all we have. It's cold, hot, dry, wet, storms, no storms. Really bad storms that hit land. Storms that never make it to land. Snow, no snow. Cycles. We warm, we cool. Most "Experts" you talk to today say we are COOLING now. Hence the name change from Global Warming, to Climate Change. Well, of course, the Climate is changing. It changes all the time. So whatever the weather, they can say, SEE, man-made Climate Change and it's going to kill you all. Unless of course you,

1 - Listen to us and believe the Scam.
2- Give up certain Freedoms, and allow US to think for you, and tell you how to live your life.
3- Give us your money.
4- Try to convince others that what you are doing IS the right thing to do.

Then, and only then, when WE are in charge of all, will we have a Utopia here on Earth. You will be a hero, because YOU helped to save the Planet.

If this was just a few kooks out there, the Chicken Little Crowd, then it would be kinda funny. But it's NOT. It is those that seek total Power, Control, and Money. Check this out in the AFP - UN panel says retool world economy for sustainability

The world can no longer afford to ignore the environmental cost of economic growth and must redefine the very concept of national wealth, a UN panel of heads of state and environment ministers said Monday.

The panel challenged leaders to recognise that "current global development is unsustainable."

"We need to chart a new, more sustainable course for the future, one that strengthens equality and economic growth while protecting our planet," UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in Addis Ababa to mark the release of the panel's report, which outlines more than 50 policy recommendations.

By 2030, the report warned, the planet will need at least 50 percent more food, 45 percent more energy and 30 percent more water.
{Sigh} 40 years ago we were heading for a mini Ice Age. We only had like 10 years to act. Then Global Warming. We only had like 20 years to act. Then we only have 10 years. Again. Then the Sea Levels were going to rise and wipe out entire Countries. NOW they are telling us that by 2030?? Really? Wait, I thought the World was going to end THIS year. Is it not? {Smile}

These needs are emerging "at a time when environmental boundaries are throwing up new limits to supply," it said.

Continuing along the same path as today risks "irreversible damage to both ecosystems and human communities."
In other words folks, no, I'll save that till the end of this piece. Please, continue on.

Entitled "Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing," the 100-page report seeks to shape in broad strokes the agenda for the Rio+20 summit this summer.

The June 20-22 event in Rio de Janeiro takes place 20 years after the landmark 1992 Earth Summit that set down the UN conventions for protecting biodiversity and tackling global warming.

Led by Finnish President Tarja Halonen and South African President Jacob Zuma, the 22-member panel said a new blueprint for growth and low-carbon prosperity must be "mainstreamed" into economic policy as quickly as possible.

Social and environmental costs must be factored into how the world prices and measures economic activity, and into a revised measure of wealth that goes beyond the narrow calculus of gross domestic product (GDP), it said.

"Our report makes clear that sustainable development is more important than ever given the multiple crises now enveloping the world," Zuma said in a statement.
Remember last year, or was it the year before, that they were saying this is the very Last Chance to do anything before we all Burn. They go into their little Climate Talks, and what did they decide in this "Last Chance Meeting?" Uh, to talk more about it next Year, or maybe the Year after.

The report called for:

-- a new nexus between food, water and energy. "All three need to be fully integrated, not treated separately, if we are to deal with the global food security crisis";

-- a stronger interface between science and policy. "We must define what scientists refer to as planetary boundaries" beyond which human activity could wreck the planet;

-- reducing social exclusion and closing the widening gap of social inequality.

European Union Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard, one of the report's authors, said it should be a "wake up" call for action.

"Government support for fossil fuel industry is about seven times more than for renewable energy," she said in a statement.

"We simply can't continue as if business as usual was the cheapest solution. It is not."

Hedegaard said the Rio+20 summit was an opportunity to "kick off this global transition towards a sustainable growth model for the 21st century."
This is pathetically absurd. It really is. "Closing the widening gap of social inequality." Social Equality means saving the Planet? Well yeah, in their eyes. Take everyone that has money and then they will be equal to the peasants out there. They never talk about helping those with nothing get something. They always talk about TAKING from those that do.

Folks, what this is all about is that they need to find new ways to FORCE people, and in this case, entire Countries to give them Money. There is no more money to be had with the Global Warming Bunk. None. There are very few people that still believe this garbage, hook, line, and sinker. So they want to create new Laws to TAKE the Money. But don't worry. It's for your own good.
Peter

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