The British Olcar’s ETS – A Crucial Step to Its World Dominance
29th November 2009
The carbon emission notion that is driving the current thrust for worldwide acceptance of carbon-trading schemes is now at a critical stage. The
stakes are not so much for protecting the Earth, but, instead, for political domination of the planet.
There are several groups of the ruling elite on the planet; two of these are the strongest contenders for political world dominance. (Within all of
the groups of ruling elite, there is some infighting.) The carbon-trading scheme is a very important piece on the chessboard. If the scheme is adopted
as currently presented, one of the major contenders for global dominance will suffer serious damage to its cause, making its situation precarious.
The importance of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) cannot be overstated. It is not just a conflict between supporters and opponents of the carbon
trading notion. It is so critical to the political manoeuvring that some of the highest echelon ruling elite are being forced to show their hands in
support of or opposition to the scheme.
It has always been a part of the plan to use the British Commonwealth countries for support if it were deemed necessary by one of the major contenders
for world control. However, it was hoped that the British Commonwealth countries would not be called into open support of the ETS so as to avoid
drawing world attention to this manoeuvre. Rather, it was anticipated that the British Commonwealth could quietly unite to give subtle support to the
ETS in such a manner that the world would not suspect that coercion had been applied to Commonwealth members for support. That is, the British
Commonwealth countries were to be quietly held in reserve, appearing to be tacit supporters of the ETS, and that their subsequent open support for the
ETS would appear to be based on their own decisions, and not the result of prior design or coercion.
Contrary to common belief, Great Britain and the United States have not been harmonious allies over the past centuries. America broke away from Great
Britain in 1776. Since then, Britain has used force, subterfuge and other subtle means to try to bring its former colony back into the British Empire.
Britain went to war with America in 1812, was instrumental during the American Civil War, and the British Olcar of the first half of the twentieth
century was responsible for driving the United States into WWI and WWII.
The current British Olcar took over for the early twentieth-century Olcar and has continued behind the scenes to influence and encourage America to
strive to be the world power, and to be involved in many wars outside its borders. The current Olcar has been happy to make America look like the
world power, all the while turning the country into the most hated nation in the world. The present British Olcar has succeeded in severely damaging
America’s reputation, finances, politics and morals by surreptitiously directing his own “army” of ruling elite to chip away at the core of the
country, which has been going on since 1776, but especially since 1913.
Just as Thomas Paine had to oppose his native Britain to ignite the American colonists to throw off the rule of George III, again, today, Paine is a
British subject who is about to charge the Americans with the energy to dare challenge the authority of the British Olcar.
How America responds to the British Olcar’s ETS will show whether it has succumbed to the British Olcar, or if it still has the will to resist
sabotage and stand on its own.