Skip to comments.The UN Climate Change Summit in Durban (Monckton says it's a disaster)
Posted on 12/13/2011 9:45:19 AM PST by Signalman
The UN Climate Change Summit in Durban has outlined the mandate to respect the rights of Mother Earth by paying a climate debt, a slush fund to bankroll the activities of a one-world government. I bet you did not know that Mother Earth had rights.
Lord Christopher Monckton said that the treaty calls for the west to achieve 50 percent CO2 emissions reduction within the next eight years, a feat that would completely bankrupt the global economy and spark a new great depression, as well as a more than 100 percent reduction by 2050, which presumably could only be accomplished by killing billions of humans to prevent them from exhaling carbon dioxide.
Monckton writes, So, no motor cars, no coal-fired or gas-fired power stations, no aircraft, no trains, back to the Stone Age, but without even the right to light a carbon-emitting fire in your caves.
The treaty calls for a two degree Celsius drop in global temperatures, which Monckton says, would kill hundreds of millions and herald a new ice age. So much reduction in CO2 concentration would kill plant life and trees on the planet because they need levels of CO2 above 210 ppmv (parts per million by volume) to survive.
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Monckton also writes that the money will be collected by UN bureaucrats and distributed according to their judgment. The UN exists for only one purpose: to get more money. That and that alone, is the reason why it takes such an interest in climate change. The Conventions all-powerful secretariat (one world government) has no plans for democratic elections.
Looks like it needs a little tweaking here and there to me.
I guess Newt and Nancy better get to work on this.
The eco-kooks dangerous.
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