Skip to comments.U.N. to debut plan for world socialism in June–time for US to exit?
Posted on 04/21/2012 12:28:15 PM PDT by Whenifhow
The United Nations is holding its Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janero, Brazil, over three separate sessions in June, to which organizers, led by UN Conference Secretary-General of Rio+20, Sha Zukang [who 'really doesn't like Americans'], expect 193 attendees from governments, the private sector, NGOs and other stakeholders, according to the Sarah de Sainte Croix March 20, 2012 article in The Rio Times.
The stated themes of this colossal conference, which is structured around a 204-page report titled, Working Towards a Balanced and Inclusive Green Economy, A United Nations System-Wide Perspective, are the green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication, [by and through] the institutional framework for sustainable development, according to George Russells excellent and quoted-filled FOXNews article today.
More specifically, the debates will cover a breathtaking array of carbon taxes, transfers of trillions of dollars from wealthy countries to poor ones, and new spending programs to guarantee that populations around the world are protectedfrom the effects of the very programs the world organization wants to implement.
According to Russell, the Obama Administration officials have supported this agenda, which is designed to make dramatic and enormously expensive changes in the way that the world does nearly everythingor, as one of the documents puts it, a fundamental shift in the way we think and act.
According to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, proposals on how the challenges can and must be addressed, include:
More than $2.1 trillion a year in wealth transfers from rich countries to poorer ones, in the name of fostering green infrastructure climate adaptation other green economy measures.
New carbon taxes for industrialized countries [amounting to] about $250 billion a year, or 0.6 percent of [US] GDP by 2020. Other environmental taxes are mentioned, but not specified.
Further unspecified price hikes derived from agriculture, fisheries, forestry, or other kinds of land and water use [industries], all of which would be radically reorganized[to] contribute to a more level playing field between established, brown technologies and newer, greener ones.
Major global social spending programs, including a social protection floor and social safety nets for the worlds most vulnerable social groups for reasons of equity.
Even more social benefits for those displaced by [this] green economy revolutionsuch as those put out of work in undesirable fossil fuel industries. The benefits, called investments, would include access to nutritious food, health services, education, training and retraining, and unemployment benefits.
A guarantee that if those sweeping benefits werent enough, more would be granted Any adverse effects of changes in prices of goods and services, vital to the welfare of vulnerable groups, must be compensated for and new livelihood opportunities provided.
Transforming the global economy will require action locally (e.g., through land use planning), at the national level (e.g., through energy-use regulations) and at the international level (e.g., through technology diffusion), the document says.
It involves profound changes in economic systems, in resource efficiency, in the composition of global demand, in production and consumption patterns and a major transformation in public policy-making. It will also require a serious rethinking of lifestyles in developed countries.
This UN guidebook for global social engineering, was prepared by the Geneva-based United Nations Environmental Management Group (UNEMG), a consortium of 36 U.N. agencies, development banks and environmental bureaucraciesall of which rely on the contributions, from tax collecting nations for their very existencenot a single entity engaged in the production of goods or services, producing a profit and owning singular wealth.
This UN doctrine seems to directly channel Marx and Engels scribe of 1848, The Communist Manifesto, wherein its organizational and operational structure appears to largely be a paraphrasical equivalent to the 10 short-term demands Marx prescribed in section II., Proletarians and Communists.
However, instead of the UN overthrowing the capitalist system, it simply wants to tie it to a leash and be subject to the UN [a] dictatorship of the proletariat, to redistribute wealth around the world to magically elevate the poverty class to the middle class.
The United States, arguably the most fertile and favorable ground for such a massive experiment, has already spent $15 [T]rillion in taxpayer treasure over the past 47 years attempting to circumvent market forces and eliminate povertywith no affect.
Additionally, study after study has revealed the UN to have grown into an impossibly dysfunctional gargantuan, having negligent management skills, metrics and accountability, and a source of financially wasteful panderingsecond only to the U.S. General Services Administration.
Actually, as this directly smacks of the long-discussed UN Agenda 21, America must treat this audacity of the United Nations as a wake up call, and say [last] check pleasethen hit the UN exit doors without delay.
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The time for the US to “exit” the UN was way back in 1947, when the Arabs rejected the initial (and obviously doomed-to-fail) “two-state solution” and attacked Israel. Setup by the antisemites from the very beginning.
It was time a long time ago!
The UN needs to be eliminated. It serves no purpose for the advancement of a free, and prosperous society much less World order.
The UN is the most often used tool in the World Communist’s tool bag of which is used against GOD, freedom, and sovereignty.
Ending the UN does not end the Commies, nothing will, but certainly sets them back considerably, and relieves them of a major asset they use towards their heinous goals.
Global Warming and Climate Change are just so, so yesterday. But “Sustained Development” is new and fresh. Of course the goals of the cause are the same: take money from you and me and give it to someone else, force our standard of living down by outlawing cheap energy and, along the way, make our U.N. masters a lot richer.
The best way for a country to eradicate poverty is to respect natural rights including property rights and respect the rule of law, adopt free market laissez faire capitalism, adopt a culture of scientific rationalism,develop capital markets, develop modern communications and transportation technology, and develop modern energy and power technology.
Just in case they start saying “ Obama has never explicitly stated that he supports sustainable development initiatives...”
(link still works for the press release....for now.)
US out of the UN, UN off US soil!
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