CNS News: “The United Nations’ top climate change official says the U.N.’s goal is to “intentionally transform the economic development model” in place “since the Industrial Revolution.”
To achieve that goal, $10.2 billion has been pledged by 27 developed nations as Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to help Third World countries cope with the alleged effects of climate change, including a $3 billion pledge made by President Obama last November in what one official called a “game-changing moment.”
The twin objectives of the U.N.’s next major climate change conference, which will be held in Paris in December, are to raise at least $100 billion per year in NDCs from industrialized nations while reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to zero by the end of the century to stop global warming even though, according to satellite data, there has been no warming for more than 18 years.”
Opinion: “Good morning, Mr. Phelps… Your mission, Jim, should you choose to accept it: take assets from bloated, overdeveloped, carbon-spewing nations (except China) and confiscate the wealth they made on the backs of the poor. Deposit those assets to the global governance board for fair and equitable redistribution to deserving nations. As always should any member of your IMF force be caught or killed, the secretary will disavow all knowledge of your actions. This tape will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck, Jim.”
Between Pope Francis, President Obama, and the December climate change summit, 2015 should be quite a sideshow – pass the popcorn.
(Thanks to Nannette for sending this in)