Monday, December 03, 2007

U.N. Scam Shows Marxism At Heart Of 'Global Warming' Movement

U.N. Scam Shows Marxism At Heart Of 'Global Warming' Movement
By Phil Valentine

Apparently, I hit a nerve with a column I wrote a couple of weeks ago on global warming. Many of you took umbrage with my daring to connect the global warming movement to Marxism.

Don't get me wrong. I do not believe everyone involved in the global warming movement subscribes to Karl Marx's philosophy. However, make no mistake about it. Those at the epicenter of this movement have ulterior motives, many of them socialist or even Marxist. What I wrote that caused such a fuss was that global warming is being used as a template to rob from the rich nations and give to the poor ones.

Right on cue, the United Nations issued a report last week that made my point. The headline from The Associated Press: "Poor will need $86b from rich to cope, UN says." Ah, here we go.

The report says the rich nations will need to cough up $86 billion per year by 2015 to "strengthen the capacity of vulnerable people." Half the money, ostensibly, would go toward "climate-proofing" developing nations' infrastructure, whatever that means, while the other half would help the poor cope with related risks.

Of course, the ambiguity is on purpose. You and I know that the bulk of this money will be skimmed off by tinhorn dictators, the same rabble that runs the U.N.



Blogger FairestWitness said...

I hope the USA continues to decline to sign the Kyoto Treaty. What a bunch of bunk!

5:31 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Wait til a Dem gets into office--they rush it through fast enough--you watch!

9:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is ALL true, and anyone with half a brain knows it! BUT

If the American and world left continues to ride herd on the governments of Brazil and Indonesia for cutting areas of the rain forest, they had BETTER be prepared to make it worth their while. The lefties SCREEEEECH like banchies when Brazil and Indonesia develop rainforest areas. So if they are going to stop that development they have to pay for it. In that limited scope I understand some of these countries being fed up with elitist interference. Make Soros pay these 3rd worlders.

Other than that, of cousre we all understand this scam.


10:43 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Wouldn't a better plan to help these rain forest countries improve their farming so they can use less land and not do the slash-and-burn stuff?

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For sure DONAL. Farming is only part of the issue though. They also have palm oil planatations and that's for export. More than anything else they just need S-P-A-C-E. There's a lot to it, and the lefties never tire od meddling with the third world and wanting US to pay for it.


3:42 AM  

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