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.