Skip to comments.Global Warming Hysteria: China and India Refuse Oversight–But The Fix is In
Posted on 12/05/2009 3:32:33 PM PST by Delacon
Now, apparently, everything old is new again. China and India refuse to permit any on site international oversight of their emissions releases, but the beat goes on anyway. From the story:
China and other major emerging economies will not allow international supervision of their actions to slow climate change to be part of a deal at U.N. talks in Copenhagen, a top Indian delegate said on Friday. Giving details of a common front by China, India, Brazil and South Africaat the meeting beginning next Monday, he also said the four opposed global goals for limiting climate change, except for the target of curbing warming to a maximum 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels. This is more a framework document that is available for negotiation, according to the top delegate, who has intimate knowledge of the proposal for the Dec. 7-18 negotiations. The developing world is seeking an alternate architecture for a new climate deal, he said. Speaking on condition of anonymity, he said the four nations would only agree to international supervision of their actions to slow climate change when they depended on donor money or technology such as imported wind turbines or solar panels. Otherwise, supervision would be done by each nation.
That should kill a deal, at least as far as the USA is concerned. But Copenhagen isnt really about global warming, it is about accruing power into the hands of international technocrats and the developing scientocracy. Think of the fun they will have as they spend decades living lavishly, while redistributing the Wests wealth and governing our most basic patterns of living. Nothing could do more to ensure employment opportunities for the drones sector! Thats why the fix is in regardless of what terms to which China and India refuse agreement.
Think Im kidding? Obama wasnt going to go to Copenhagen (which I never believed). Then, he was going to go at the open, meaning there would be no deal. Now, hes going at the close, which means he will do a deal no matter what it takesand dont give him any bad news about Climategate and the profound doubt it casts on the entire field. From the story:
The announcement Friday that Obama is pushing back his appearance at the Copenhagen summit to its final weekend, the critical negotiating period, signals a willingness to pour significant political capital into his climate agenda and raises expectations that the White House will reach agreements both internationally and at home.
The impact of the scheduling change is magnified by expectations that the Environmental Protection Agency will finalize a key move toward regulating greenhouse gases, with the final release of its endangerment finding expected as soon as Monday. Theres no question that this is a game changer, said Carter Roberts, president of the World Wildlife Fund. Its huge, its important, and its logical given the momentum thats developing around the world and in next the two weeks.
It wont pass the Senate but the courts and EPA will just say that we must follow the international consensus. And thus freedom sickens.
The good news, if any is to be found, is that such threats also can create an intense political backlash. The American people arent up for further depressing our own economy, while sending billions and billions of dollars overseasnot when the crisis may be mostly manufactured and we have budget black holes that threaten economic implosion. If this goes the way it seems now, look for loud huzzahs in the media, but a major political thumbs down once POTUS gets home.
We cant let the MSM win this.
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I wouldn't know. When I saw an Alex Jones video at the very top of the latest entry, I closed the page immediately, and I probably won't be back.
I won't tolerate any site which provides publicity to that opportunistic, "truther," nutjob/creep.
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