Skip to comments.Global warming’s real argument: We’re poorer than you are
Posted on 05/29/2012 3:17:55 PM PDT by Mark Landsbaum
The global warming alarmism that has pretty much faded from public concern always has been transparently fraudulent for those who care to look closely.
And now as the worlds nations desire to carve up the carbon footprint profit, you have to love the arguments.
BONN, Germany Another round of U.N. climate talks closed without resolving how to share the burden of curbing man-made global warming, mainly because countries dont agree on who is rich and who is poor, reports the Associated Press.
For those who havent been keeping score...
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Equatorial countries produce more heat than those nearer the poles and therefore contribute more to global warming.
We should compensate them for geographical unfairness.
Want to keep up with the latest Global Warming and Rio 20+ sustainable development madness? I suggest: http://www.ipsnews.net/index.asp
Global warming == global wealth redistribution == world socialism
BTW, Climate change is passe’ The new threat to our continued survival is loss of biodiversity. (Follow up to the Biodiversity Treaty which we signed, but was never ratified. Even so, the USFS and other agencies have been administratively implementing it for 20 years.)
Mass Extinctions in the Cards Absent Urgent Action; http://www.ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=107895
COP 10 Decision X/2 - Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020;
Aichi Biodiversity Targets;
Implementation of Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, including the Aichi Biodiversity Targets;
Key Elements of the Strategic Plan 2011-2020, including Aichi Biodiversity Targets
This crisis should justify more loss of liberty, the necessary undermining and reallocation of property rights for the good of all, fees to discourage activities that impair biodiversity, the loss of economic stability and a few step downs in middle class standard of living and an enlargement of the lower class to sustainable levels of consumption.
My only question is just when will feudalism be reintroduced?
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