Sunday, 28 March 2010

The Green World Order

I kid you not. Leaked policy documents (pdf) reveal that the United Nations plans to create a 'green world order' by 2012 which will be enforced by a structure of global governance and funded by a gargantuan $45 trillion transfer of wealth from richer countries, as the globalists' insiduous plan to centralise power, crush sovereignty while devasting the economy is exposed once again.

The failure of Copenhagen in December did not spell the end of the global warming heist but was merely a roadblock in the UN's agenda to create a world government funded by taxes paid by you on the very substance you exhale - carbon dioxide.

The documents lift the lid on the UN's plan to impose global governance by the time of their 2012 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio. The document outlines the globalist's mission to enact a 'radical transformation of the world economic and social order' by putting 'a new treaty in place as the capstone of the Green World Order'.

'Moving towards a green economy would also provide an opportunity to re-examine national and governance structures and consider whether such structures allow the international community to respond to current and future environmental and development challenges and to capitalise on emerging opportunities,' states the paper.

The policy proposes that the old economic model be discarded in pursuit of a new global green economy focused around 'green jobs'.

The implementation of so-called 'green jobs' in other countries has devastated economies and cost millions of jobs.

As many have said, even though the science is not proven, there is too much money involved in the climate change issue for powers such as the UN to stop their mission, even though it's been proved that UN IPCC scientists forged and exaggerated data to 'hide the decline' in global temperatures while engaging in witch hunts to cull dissenting opinions from appearing in IPCC reports.

The UK and Scottish governments are following the plan with religious fervour. When are they going to waken up to the fact that they will destroy economies rather than save them?

What we need are 'proper' jobs like manufacturing, not an excess of green jobs. The EU should be supporting manufacturing not green lobbies and perhaps listening a little more to the likes of Vaclac Klaus.

The result of my climate change poll are below. 80% of those who voted consider that climate change is either natural or mainly natural with man contributing in a small way.


ukipwebmaster said...

Vote for us!

The Filthy Engineer said...

I despair at the way the tree hugging, lentil chewers, etc, want to drag us back to the middle ages. Where we will all die by the age of forty. Then of course by their reckoning I'll be already dead and no threat to them.

Haunting will be such fun.

Alex Porter said...

Couldn't agree more about your concerns.

If you want to consider the CV of some of the most powerful bankers in the world you'll find them crawling all over the federal reserve,trilateral commission, the UN, WHO, World Bank, IMF etc etc

Take for example a look at the influence of David Rockefellar:

Then think about Shock Economics. A theory forwarded by Milton Friedman which goes along the lines that if you shock people enough they'll agree to anything.

Now, currenty ownership of the Federal Reserve and so the world's reserve currency means these guys and their minions at Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and so on control Obama, Brown and so on. They can make and break PMs and Presidents just like that.

So, as the ponzi scheme that is the US financial system comes to its inevitable conlusion what next? Streamlining into a one-world financial system?

It's all about shock. And what shocks we have. Terror, economic meltdown, global flu viruses, global warming, war etc.

Green Gestapo is the way forward. You see to save the world you need a global solution and global governance. Neat little trick this global warming gig.

And just in case you thought they weren't serious. They've already set up carbon trading platforms and the biggest carbon trader as as a 10% shareholder Al Gore, global warmer in chief.

So, they tax your carbon use and you have an allowance. You can offset your carbon use possibly by donating to say third world family planning projects. You see pregnant women are the biggest offenders because once their baby is born it will consume a lifetime of carbon. So, poor Africans can increase their carbon allowance by being sterilised.

In the end you end up with a very insidious system of population control whereby rich white people can buy credits and third world black, South Americans etc. are prevented from procreating in return for some food.

And then they start trading carbon credits using derivatives. It's already set up.

They have brought the global economy to its knees and soon we get to know why..

subrosa said...

Ah UKIP I wish I could but you see, I believe in an independent Scotland, you want to keep my country within the confines of the UK.

Nice try though. :)

subrosa said...

They get more desperate in their statements don't they FE. Never mind, we're too long in the tooth to accept it.

By the way, you lucky man to see the same show three times. Here is Scotland it's hard to see London shows because they're always in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Takes a few hours to reach the theatres then a few hours home. Makes theatre an expensive night out.

It will never change of course. Theatre is business and it goes where their client group is biggest.

subrosa said...

Oh Alex, I know they're serious. Deadly serious. They're happy to see people die to suit their own ends, even here in Scotland. Utility prices will soon be beyond the average pensioner and have been beyond those whose income is less than that.

Of course labour and tory politicians will say they can apply for pension credit. How very demeaning and the whole process is humiliating.

Alex, I will never buy a carbon credit. No matter how much they try to instill fear into me I will resist. I think we should all do that and show we're not going to be conned of our hard earned cash just to make the few (frauds) wealthy.

ukipwebmaster said...

Follow the link and watch the video, it's not what you think.

subrosa said...

I got the satire Ukip. It was excellent. As I said, if I wasn't for Scottish independence I'd be tempted. ( I want independence without dependence on the EU of course).

Hythlodaeus said...

It's not actually leaked. The full document is 19 pages long and can be found here:

I'd link directly, but it's a PDF download.

I'll need to read the whole thing fully to respond to your comments.

cynicalHighlander said...

Oh SB 80% is rather inflating the naysayers as does ugov on nuLabour's vote.

I could argue that 49% are hardline skeptics while 45% believe that man has an influence in varying degrees on our climate which would be a slightly more realistic interpretation (in my opinion).

subrosa said...

I was just going by the results of the wee poll CH. 80% don't believe it's man made to any degree worth concern.

Of course man has a part to play, but is it a big one? The Chinese and Indians don't think so for a start, yet they're happy to accept billions in grants.

It's a scam CH, a scam.

subrosa said...

Thanks for the link Hythlodeaus. I've had the article for a week or so and perhaps it's come online since the writer did his piece.

I too will read the whole thing now.

cynicalHighlander said...

The problem isn't whether we do or don't its governments around the world who are using it as a tax cow which I also find completely immoral.

"Of course man has a part to play, but is it a big one?"

It doesn't matter on the size of our influence its the fact that even the smallest change can tip something into an unstable state.

Straws and camels backs it isn't the main load that is the problem it's that extra load that can lead to total collapse as it becomes totally unstable.

Governments are the problem as much as our lifestyles.

subrosa said...

Ch, I think governments and politicians are a far bigger threat to the world than man-made emissions which are tiny.

I'm all for controlling pollution but to actually have to buy the air I breath is a step too far. In fact quite a few steps. It's a con.

Stewart Cowan said...

It is a massive con, SR. If enough people wake up NOW then just maybe we can turn things around. If not, then we'll finally be stuck in the system of global governance that sadistic madmen have been trying to achieve for millennia.

And it will be awful.

cynicalHighlander said...

I can't disagree that governments around the world are the main problem but that doesn't mean that one should ignore the other as being inconsequential when it could affect one in a terminal manner.

One can fight a government but nature is a different beast and I am sure that we can fight the former but have to work with the latter both need to be tamed/worked with but by different stategies.

On the same side but with differing views its what makes us different from other mammals on this planet. I won't take up any more of your time on this subject as we are all free to evaluate things as we see them and as an aside the ground has turned white with snow up here.

Stewart Cowan said...


You need to be a bit more cynical. :-)

subrosa said...

We meddle with nature at our peril CH.

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