Skip to comments.The reason for RIO -the purpose within that urgent trip to Brazil (vanity)
Posted on 03/25/2011 8:45:38 AM PDT by Baynative
Amidst a clutter of wide ranging New World Order platitudes was Obama's effort to eliminate borders, round up everyone into urban collectives and give Marxists the rope they need to hang us with a noose desguised as environmentalism.
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For Immediate Release
March 19, 2011
Joint Statement by President Rousseff and President Obama At the invitation of President Dilma Rousseff, the President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, paid a State Visit to Brazil on March 19, 20 and 21, 2011.
BRAZIL AND THE UNITED STATES AS GLOBAL PARTNERS
Noting the interdependence among peace, security and development, President Rousseff and President Obama reaffirmed their desire to build a just and inclusive world order, which promotes democracy, human rights and social justice.
President Obama expressed appreciation for Brazils aspiration to become a permanent member of the Security Council, and acknowledged its assumption of global responsibilities. The two leaders agreed to continued consultation and cooperation between the two countries to achieve the vision outlined in the UN Charter of a more peaceful and secure world.
Economy, Trade, Investment, G20 and Doha Round.
The Presidents reiterated the importance of consolidating the G20 and its role in coordinating actions for international economic cooperation, including encouraging the adoption of policies needed to avoid large economic and financial imbalances.
They reaffirmed the imperative to modernize the international financial institutions in a way that reflects the changes in the world economy and moves towards global financial stability, sustainable development and poverty reduction.
Energy, Environment, Climate Change and Sustainable Development
They welcomed the strengthening of the collaboration on environment and climate change, including under the Common Agenda on Environment and the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation Regarding Climate Change, and agreed to include in the Common Agenda a discussion on the concept of green economy.
They agreed on the importance of a green economy in the context of sustainable development as a means for generating economic growth, creating decent jobs, eradicating poverty and protecting the environment. In this sense, they agreed to initiate a dialogue on a joint initiative on urban sustainability cooperation which will serve as a platform for actions addressing the challenges and opportunities of developing urban infrastructure that promotes sustainable development with concrete economic, social and environmental benefits.
They expressed their satisfaction with the conclusion, in September 2010, of the Tropica Forest Conservation Act, which provides for converting foreign debts into credits for the conservation of tropical forests.
They underscored the importance of the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) and recognized the relevance of the project Sustainable Urban Planning and Energy Efficient Construction for Low-Income Areas of the Americas. Brazil conveyed its intention to host an ECPA Ministerial Meeting in the future.
The Heads of State reiterated their satisfaction with the Cancun agreements at the 16th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. They affirmed their commitment to the implementation of outcomes of the Cancun Meeting and to enhance efforts in anticipation of a successful outcome in Durban, South Africa.
They reiterated the importance of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, in 2012, and committed to work closely together to ensure its success.
Democracy, Human Rights, Racial Equality and Social Inclusion
The leaders stressed the shared commitment to promote and protect human rights and to support the consolidation of democracy around the world. In keeping with the Inter-American Democratic Charter, they reaffirmed that democracy is essential to political, economic, and social development. They reiterated that the values of liberty, equality, and social justice are intrinsic to democracy, and that the promotion and protection of human rights is a basic prerequisite for the existence of a democratic society.
They reaffirmed their commitment to transparency and accountability in government as key elements in strengthening democracy, including good governance and corruption prevention, and promoting and protecting human rights, and committed to launch a Brazil-US Anti-Corruption Dialogue to facilitate closer cooperation in international efforts to combat corruption. They recalled their commitment to the G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan and welcomed their role as co-chairs of a global initiative to advance open government, building on the commitments President Obama called for at the United Nations General Assembly last September.
A SHARED VISION OF THE FUTURE
President Rousseff and President Obama expressed their satisfaction with the status of the relationship between Brazil and the United States as global partners, fully committed to establishing an international world order that is more democratic, fair and sustainable. In this context, the Brazilian President accepted an invitation to visit the United States in the second half of 2011.
"Yoo hoo, anybody home? I'm b-a-a-a-c-c-c-k."
" This oughta drag them damn Bible-clingers away from Repubs.
I'll order the DNC to make this into a poster for my 2012 campaign.
And hire a retoucher to make the lights appear as halos over our heads."
Can you say, “Wag the dog?” (I knew you could ;-)
Wag the dog is exactly what’s going here.
Glenn Beck mentioned yesterday that while Zero was partying in RIO, that the DOE had issued a permit for a BRAZILIAN company to build a storage facility in the Gulf. (para)
I couldn’t stay awake to listen to the recast. I have check the DOE site etc, can’t find anything on it. a company that SOROS invested 800,000 million in during 2008. any help?
What a sham. and a shame.
To see FRee peoples putting on chains for the sake of their gubamints.
When gubamint runs the plantations, no one is free.. or safe.
There is a day coming when the despots and elected officials will be called to task.. and it won’t be pretty when it gets here.
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