Climate Change = World Govt

15 12 2009

Note: I know this subject is desperately dull, but you need to read this. It’ll take, at most, 5 minutes of your time. After you’ve read it, please spread the word to your friends and on cyberspace!

As world leaders are flying into Copenhagen for the anticipated climax of the two-week U.N. climate change conference, things are not going well. The conference is bogged down in disagreements among negotiators for the U.S., the European Union and a bloc of developing nations led by China. 

The Wall Street Journal reports that the disagreements involve elemental issues about size of emission reductions, the amount of money rich countries should pay poor countries to help fund a cleanup, and the extent of monitoring that countries should have to accept. In particular, the U.S. and China are in a standoff over the U.S.’s insistence that China commit to a legally binding agreement — a step China has resisted — and the degree to which China’s actions should be open to international review.

Any rejoicing by climate change skeptics is premature and ill-advised. The plain fact is that the world’s heads of state — including Obama and UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown — will converge on Copenhagen by this Friday. So the conference must and will produce SOME kind of agreement (treaty). And that treaty will inevitably entail the formation of a WORLD GOVERNMENT. Now, they’re not going to call it “World Government,” but will call it by some insanely dull bureaucratic name — the Conference of the Parties. Whatever it’s called, a pile of feces by whatever name smells just as foul. Say goodbye to American sovereignty!

Why is a world government inevitable if/when Copenhagen produces a climate change treaty? The logic is really quite simple.

Any climate change agreement must be enforceable and administered by some supra-national body. That body will be the world government.

In his speech at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, on October 15 this year, Lord Christopher Monckton had warned us that the Copenhagen conference will accomplish three goals:

  1. Create a world government that will
  2. Enforce treaty agreements and
  3. Transfer wealth from the developed countries (the West & Japan) to the less developed countries (LDC), in satisfication of “climate debt” and to finance the LDCs’ compliance with the climate change treaty.

I read the draft version of the climate change treaty and can verify that what Monckton said is true.

The draft treaty is called “UNITED NATIONS AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON LONG-TERM COOPERATIVE ACTION UNDER THE CONVENTION.” (You can read it for yourself here in pdf format.) Beginning on page 18 is para. 38 of the draft treaty, which says the following (my words are in red):

38. The scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention will be based on three basic pillars: government; facilitative mechanism; and financial mechanism, and the basic organization of which will include the following:

1. World Government

(a) The government will be ruled by the COP [Conference of the Parties] with the support of a new subsidiary body on adaptation, and of an Executive Board responsible for the management of the new funds and the related facilitative processes and bodies. The current Convention secretariat will operate as such, as appropriate.

2. Wealth Redistribution
b) The Convention’s financial mechanism will include a multilateral climate change fund including five windows: (a) an Adaptation window, (b) a Compensation window, to address loss and damage from climate change impacts [i.e., the “climate debt” Monckton referred to], including insurance, rehabilitation and compensatory components, (c) a Technology window; (d) a Mitigation window; and (e) a REDD window, to support a multi-phases process for positive forest incentives relating to REDD actions.

3. Enforcement Authority

The Convention’s facilitative mechanism will include: (a) work programmes for adaptation and mitigation; (b) a long-term REDD process; (c) a short-term technology action plan; (d) an expert group on adaptation established by the subsidiary body on adaptation, and expert groups on mitigation, technologies and on monitoring, reporting and verification; and (e) an international registry for the monitoring, reporting and verification of compliance of emission reduction commitments, and the transfer of technical and financial resources from developed countries to developing countries. The secretariat will provide technical and administrative support, including a new centre for information exchange [i.e., enforcement].

Not convinced? Here are some more quotes from the draft climate change treaty. On page 39, under the heading “Means of Implementation” are the following:

32. Funds will be under the control of the COP as the supreme authority of the Convention.

33. By 2020 the scale of financial flows to support adaptation in developing countries must be [at least USD 67 billion] [in the range of USD 70­140 billion] per year.

On page 60 of the draft climate change treaty is the following:

25. Each Party (except the least developed countries) would be required to: (a) Maintain a national schedule; (b) Meet and/or implement the nationally appropriate mitigation commitments and/or actions registered in its national schedule; (c) Measure and report on the outcomes of these commitments and/or actions.

26. Each Party would be required to register in its national schedule: (a) A national emissions pathway to 2050

To conclude, Copenhagen will produce a climate change treaty. And a climate change treaty will inevitably entail the creation of a world government. It is nothing less than CRIMINAL that noone in the media is reporting on this! Please spread the word! Our national sovereignty and personal liberty are in jeopardy.

~Eowyn

  

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9 responses

15 12 2009
15 12 2009
giovanniworld

Jess,

The surprise in Copenhagen is no surprise to any of us, but the article still merits being reprinted so people learn just a little bit more about his plans, and yes, it ties in with his being a Red Avenger.

We the People will not allow him to repeat history. No matter what the cost!

Gio-

15 12 2009
Eowyn

Thanks, Jess, for the h/t about this article. Here’s the important part:

President Obama already has the power to sign a Copenhagen treaty. Most people think of international agreements as treaties. The Constitution under Article II authorizes the president to “make Treaties” with the “Advice and Consent” of the Senate, provided that “two thirds of the Senators present concur.” Getting 67 votes in the Senate is a non-starter.

There is another path…and Obama doesn’t need any new powers to forge ahead. A “congressional-executive” or “legislative-executive” agreement is made by the president under authority granted by existing statute. This merely requires the approval of a majority in both houses of Congress, rather than a supermajority in the Senate.

The Obama administration is not bluffing about the “command and control” powers of EPA regulation versus the “market-based” powers of the stalled cap-and-trade bill. They do not wish to extort the passage of legislation with the threat of EPA action. The new international commitments will be based on existing U.S. laws and regulations, and the treaty commitments will then be used to reinforce those same laws and regulations — even providing the pretext for the urgent need for new ones to enforce the treaty obligations.

Anyone no longer believing Obama’s campaign language of “fundamentally changing the United States” underestimates this man. This is a massive power grab of historical and possibly unconstitutional breadth at a breakneck pace.

15 12 2009
giovanniworld

We must NOT allow the USA to be given to some world governing body no matter what the price.

Mr. Obama, WE ARE NOT FOR SALE!

Gio-

15 12 2009
Eowyn

The question is: How do we stop him?

The American Thinker article Jess recommended to us (“Surprise at Copenhagen”) points out there are THREE methods by which Obama can agree to the climate change treaty without asking for the American people’s approval.

I’m so depressed by this I can weep….

16 12 2009
DCG

Shoot, read this after my post in holiday blues…now I’m back to feeling blue. Course we could all see this coming…except the sheeple of this country.

There must be a patriotic lawyer in the US that will challenge The Traitor on this…

15 12 2009
16 12 2009
Doc's Wife

All this is too depressing, and nothing seems to stop this horrible man! Today I will listen to Christmas music instead of talk radio–can’t take much more!

16 12 2009
Eowyn

DW,

We all feel like you do! This morning brings a ray of hope from Copenhagen:

12:25pm UK, Wednesday December 16, 2009
Miranda Richardson, Sky News Online
Police have fired tear gas at hundreds of protestors in Copenhagen as Gordon Brown warns a climate change agreement will be an “uphill struggle”.

While you listen to Christmas music today, PLEASE pray for our country. At this point, we need a divine intervention. God, please help us.

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