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WARNING! A treaty creating a One World Government is going to be signed in December !

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posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 03:51 PM
Though I haven't yet scratched the surface of the doc, I noticed the repeating line, "financial and technology transfer mechanisms", and the critical need for such. Page 10 is riddled with tid-bits. just a few things I have noticed so far.

from page 6. paragraph 2:

Current atmospheric concentrations are principally the result of historical emissions of greenhouse gases, the largest of which has originated in developed countries[Parties].

Interestingly dubious wording. Now, what about carbon dioxide? Does the article even make the connection between CO2 and "climate change"?

from page 10. pararaph 18:

First we have this idea of which is...

...a shared vision for actively promoting sustainable community-based ecosystem enable sustainable economic development.

...all fine and dandy. And this is to be funded how?


Developing country Parties lacking sufficient capacity to respond to the challenges of climate change require access to resources in a timely sustained and cooperative manner...financing, technology transfer and compensation must be provided by developed countries to address the full costs of adaptation in developing countries...

...taxing the hell out of "developed counrties" for the benefit of the Investors.

So, what if our markets are closing down and we can't pay our existing bills and people are losing jobs and are homeless and its still getting worse?

According to the Parties(yea, now the world countries have a pronoun, suckuh),...
from page 10. paragraph 20.

In order to fulfill this shared vsion,Parties have agreed to establish a coherant, cohesive and integrated system of financial and technology transfer mechanisms under the Convention and a follow up/compliance mechanism. These institutions are robust and effective

And that system is?
from paragraph 21.

....and ensuring that global crises, such as the financial crisis, should not constitute an obtacle to the provision of financial and technical assistance to developing countries ...

[humor?]..."the contract governing the policy, and all present delegates agree, as well as im certain the rest of the world will agree, is robust. Yes, quite robust. AND YOU'LL LIKE IT!"[/humor!]

Seriously though, so far all I learned is that my country, sorry, Party picks up the tab no matter what?

Read on!

*****disclaimer***** I know I break all the literary tools and gramar rules, which may or may not be intentional, but its is never, Never, NEVER my intention to break copyright law, and I am ignorant of any such, or if any such, infringements happen to be present in this copyrighted piece, and as such, must be assumed to be unwilling infringements on copyright law.

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posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 07:18 PM
Everything is in position. Except the good people who would stop the atrocities.
I had really hoped that the situation would not escalate to the present/lost state.

There will be a time of trouble such as has never occurred from the beginning, nor will occur afterwords. They have made it so that all we can do is sit back and wait for the genocide. Poor cute little lemmings.

Used to; I would try to throw some shock value in; in hopes to rally good peoples hearts to stand up and do the right things. I do not need to any more because people can't even hear me.

It is a well orchestrated plan. How can we ever gain intervention in time enough? Yes; he'll sign it. The abomination which makes desolate.

No consequencE..

Thank you.

posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 08:00 PM
According to the U.S. Constitution, a vote of 2/3 of the Senate must take precedent of the President ratifying a treaty.

Obama is obviously going to sign this treaty, so that leaves us with the Senate to make the "right" decision to "save the country"...

posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 08:08 PM
reply to post by Eye On War

But, everyone knows by now, that treaties signed with Europeans have no meaning.

What makes this one different?

posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 08:16 PM
Yep. Sure it is. Just like EVERY OTHER FREAKING PREDICTION on this website, this will be proven false.

posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 10:11 PM
The scope of the Treaty is the development of a world wide system of carbon-based debt by "developed countries" to the "developing countries" who are not yet able to contribute to climate change. All that while "maintaining sustainable agriculture", "enableing long-term economic growth" and it will even go so far as to "ensuring the survival of all countries."

2/3 of the Senate's vote must take precedent of the President ratifying a treaty. Obama believes that global warming is an irreversable threat to"future generations" and must be confronted by this generation, "boldly, swiftly and together."

Are we to believe the Senate will decide weather to curse mankind to catastrophy, or grant us all salvation? ... Read More

Gordon Brown says om nom nom

Gordon Brown adresses a Joint Session of Congress.
It gets interesting at 17:00 but skip to 20:23 and you get a good hose-down.

Gordon Brown puts a 100bn dollar price tag on climate "adaptation"

So what does the senate believe?

Well, back in June, the house passed 219-212 the...

$$$$ H.R. 2454: American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009$$$$.

The Bill places a value added emission tax on big utility companies who would then pass the expense on to the commercial and residential consumer. The Senate has yet to place a vote.

And now we have Pelosi and Biden campainging for another stimulous bill, which we can't pay for.

Looks to me we are getting shafted much harder than usual these days.

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posted on Oct, 20 2009 @ 10:16 PM
@ Sirus and amungus:


$100 billion dollars each year?

posted on Oct, 21 2009 @ 10:18 PM
"All developing country Parties, particularly low-lying and other small island
countries, countries with low-lying coastal, arid and semi-arid areas or areas liable to floods, drought and desertification, and developing countries with fragile mountainous ecosystems."

Countries with low coasts, dry but liable to flooding, deserts, and mountains should recieve the gifts. That sounds like most of the land surface on Planet Earth to me.

Annex II. PP 26(f) on page 38
"National adaptation progams include:
[[Means to protect] [Activities related to national and international [migration of]
[displacement of] [planned relocation of] [responses to]] [climate [refugees] [migrants]]
[persons] [individuals and peoples] [displaced by] [affected by] [extreme climate events]
[the [adverse] impact of climate change].]]"

Just who are they planning to relocate? People who are currently geographically located in the afore mentioned areas?

Has anyone else found anything we should know about?
Come on people. Get reading!

posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 02:44 AM
What bothers me is that this treaty is based on science work down by the IPCC. The IPPC work has been brought into question by sites like Climate Audit and Whatsupwiththat among others. I think Lord Monckton did a excellent job of over viewing the questionable nature of climate science. It is fascinating to read the Climate Audit blog where the science is covered very carefully.

When IPCC scientists were asked to supply data sets, they refused. Why?
When the data was obtained the flaws and outright misuse of data became apparent. Whatsupwiththat does a very good job of knocking down other studies as they come up.

The IPCC to me was massaging the data to get the hockey sticks indicating global warming. Based on this the UN comes up with the idea of disabling the US economy and charging the US for it contribution to CO2. The data was withheld so that the take down of the worlds larger economies could be done by less affluent socialist countries who would benefit financially.

Why didn't the IPCC models predict the cooling period we are now in? They are flawed.

So my conclusion is this has been a Eco socialist attempt to stop global capitalism by saying it hurts the environment. But by looking at the true data nothing like that can be deduced. The hockey stick looking graphs have been proved false.

If the IPCC models were exaggerated it spells intentional conspiracy and scientific fraud.

posted on Oct, 23 2009 @ 09:14 AM

Originally posted by kaskade
It's something that NEEDS TO BE DONE.
whatever the harsh rules/laws are...a WORLD GOVERNMENT needs to happen.
Its only because of our division in countries wars still remain.
What, so countries can't live in peace? These wars are usually started by a ruling elite. A NWO will not stop bloodshed; it will make it more efficient.

The carbon dioxide thing is perfect cover to implement the anti-human, eco-fascist, Commie goals of massive depopulation and curtailing of our modern way of life.

Every new building will have to be approved under new very rigorous carbon laws. This is already happening in California. They are also banning large TVs. Scary thing, I just read on the website that California's building codes are to serve as the model for the new international code!!

They will ban most air travel only VIPs will be allowed. They will restrict, perhaps obliterate, our electricity consumption. There will be one or zero child per family policies. They will be allowed to inspect your house for energy efficiency. Those who have inefficient dwellings will be fined. Electricity meters will be replaced with smart meters that can spy on which devices you are using. They will be able to reduce your or switch off your electricity consumption remotely. They will track your movements and travel using tracking devices and charge you per mile or restrict your travels altogether.

Development in the third world is on hold. Poor countries will receive money as a bribe basically, in return to stop development. That should be a crime but this International Climate Treaty legitimises it.

They have been attacking the middle class economically for a long while now. Their goal is to achieve a world population of 500 million. The eugenicists of the NWO actually want two strains of human: a taller, more intelligent, better looking ruling class and a shorter, uglier, dumbed-down servant class. Many on this thread are well on their way to the description of the latter.

There are only two solutions for the rapid depopulation the NWO requires: genocide and sterilisation.

Originally posted by Emerald The Paradigm
The New World Order and One World Government are a good thing for everyone.

The New World Order will take humanity farther than ever, and for people who think NWO is a bad thing, you are mistaken.
It is not, nor has it ever been, governments who are the engines of innovation, social change or prosperity, it is always the people. If anything governments thwart change.

I used to love the idea of a one world government when I was a kid. But then I learned that people in government are not often possessed of good intentions. They are not trustworthy and they represent the interests of the rich and powerful.

posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 02:53 AM
More paranoid BS from the right-wing delusionaries. What will they imagine next? That Obama was born in another dimension and came here to eat us? Or maybe Abe Lincoln has reincarnated as Barack Obama to mop the floor with the neoconfederates again!

posted on Nov, 10 2009 @ 06:04 PM
reply to post by CarbonFooledYa

NWO will just bring more chaos, the planet is just the game field of the skulls and bones, and othe creme de la creme cons just playing with us ! We (in other countries) know as well what's cooking for us just like you on this forum that I discovered the other day. We must stand up for freedom if we don't want our respective founding fathers to roll over in their graves. This BHO smells funny....strange dude, just like our sionist midget in France.

posted on Nov, 14 2009 @ 12:04 AM
reply to post by 16grit

Wow, financial and technological benefits GUARANTEED even during a financial crisis? Even WE don't get such benefits!!

Just had a thought, what are they going to do if 1st worlders get wise and move to the 3rd world enmasse (and live the life of riley for a few years) and their taxpaying surfs/slaves are no longer around to cough up all the funds necessary to finance all of this?

Thats the problem with these New Worlders. For every action the common man will work out a reaction that they haven't planned/budgeted for and the whole thing will be a massive expensive FLOP.

You might think moving to a 3rd world temporarily is drastic move, but when you find out how much of your weekly pay check is going to be sent overseas to build these countries up and not being able to pay your own bills as you become poorer and poorer, it might not be such an unattractive option.

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