Skip to comments.Obamageddon chosen to bring about New World Order?
Posted on 03/31/2009 12:54:17 PM PDT by FromLori
Are you aware of the Council on Foreign Relations report titled "The International Institutions and Global Governance"? The program was launched on May 1, 2008. The Obamageddon's selection of National Security Advisor Jones was undoubtedly a selection of the CFR and as noted in a previous post we know who he takes his marching orders from! It is public information for all to see right on the CFR's website. Little wonder then that The Council on Foreign Relations is often described as The Real State Department is it?
(Excerpt) Read more at bluelori.blogspot.com ...
"− Global Climate Change. New international institutions to mitigate the degradation of the global commons will likely be a defining feature of global governance in the twenty-first century. The global environmental agenda includes a broad array of oceanic, terrestrial, and atmospheric challenges, from the exhaustion of marine resources like fish stocks and coral reefs to deforestation and desertification, the loss of biodiversity and endangered species, air pollution, and the depletion of the ozone layer. Nowhere is the need for a new global compact more imperative, however, than in the case of climate change, which unless corrected will irrevocably alter the biosphere on which all humanity depends. Moreover, the effects of global warming are predicted to affect most dramatically some of the most fragile, poor and unstable developing countries that are least equipped to adapt. The program will work with CFR fellows in examining the institutional preconditions for a post-Kyoto framework agreement to which the United States and the major developing countries, including China, India, and Brazil, can agree, as well as a potential expansion of the Global Environmental Facility to create incentives for carbon-neutral development."
Exactly thank you for pointing that out!
DOH! Not this crap again!
Just kidding < ;^)
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