Saturday, December 5, 2009

Wall Street Journal Brings "Legitimacy" to Concerns Over Rush to Form Copenhagen Agreement

Why did the Hadley Climate Research Unit, New Zealand's NWIA, Australia's climate center, and NOAA choose to employ non-scientific methods to support the idea of Anthropogenic Global Warming? Why were they so shrill in attacking those that pointed out how NASA's unbiased research indicated similar warming patterns on other planets in the solar system?

We know that there is an expectation to reap billions in profits from the trading of "Carbon Credits", a brainchild of disgraced Enron executive Kennith Lay. The Wall Street Journal's recent article on this matter suggests a motive that has been lauded with the highest amount of ridicule by self-proclaimed progressives that likely think the buildings fell because the planes hit them - a world governmental structure for the enforcement of the "Carbon Credit" market. Here is an excerpt:

The "scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention" that starts on page 18 contains the provision for a "government." The aim is to give a new as yet unnamed U.N. body the power to directly intervene in the financial, economic, tax and environmental affairs of all the nations that sign the Copenhagen treaty.

The reason for the power grab is clear enough: Clause after complicated clause of the draft treaty requires developed countries to pay an "adaptation debt" to developing countries to supposedly support climate change mitigation. Clause 33 on page 39 says that "by 2020 the scale of financial flows to support adaptation in developing countries must be [at least $67 billion] or [in the range of $70 billion to $140 billion per year]."

Read the rest of the article here.

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