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Question on climate change

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posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 09:38 PM
I was just reading some articles and came across this quote from one of the African leaders I believe. It blew me away the more I thought about it. This whole thing is going to end with a global tax.

And Nauru's president, Marcus Stephen, demanded proper legal negotiations on the lower temperature target. "The science tells us that we must limit the rise in global temperature to well below 1.5C to preserve the chance of avoiding the worst impacts of climate change. " "To accept anything less would mean the destruction of our marine ecosystems, shortages of food and water, and the relocation of our communities. Please tell me - how is this practical?"

Now if you don't care to read the article, I'll tell you briefly that they were negotiating how much money the rich nations are to contribute to poorer nations. The talks were stalled because of this and then this guy says what he says. My question is how does he think we can limit the rise in global temperature? And does it work like he is saying? Can we actually shoot for a target and then pay our way to it? Any clarification is appreciated. With my thoughts on where this climate thing is going, meaning a global tax, I can see how they would raise and lower the global tax by saying, "This years Global Tax is only five percent. We're only shooting for a .5 degree limit because we did so well last year."

[edit on 16-12-2009 by jackflap]

posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 11:21 PM
reply to post by jackflap

We cannot stop the climate from changing, and even if all human activity stopped, the climate would continue changing.

As to what will happen in the future? We could go into another Little Ice Age, or we could get a lot more warming, if the Sun's activity suddenly increases, or who knows what could happen, but nomatter what we do we won't stop, and neither will we mitigate Climate Change.

The AGW claims, are nothing more than excuses to redistribute wealth from developed countries to developing countries, dissolve all middle classes around the world, install a One World Socialist/Communist government, and in essense for the Socialist/Globalist elites to have more control over everyone in this planet. Nothing more, and nothing less.

[edit on 16-12-2009 by ElectricUniverse]

posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 08:25 AM
reply to post by ElectricUniverse

Thanks for your reply ElectricUniverse. I am in agreement with what you posted. It is a blatant way to force the NWO agenda on us. It is going to get worse. Here is a link to a PDF about Bush's NWO. Page 24 toward the bottom of the page, the author says one of the goals is a global tax. It is very interesting. Check out the goals for 2011-2013.

posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 10:48 AM

US Pledges to Work Toward $100-Billion Global Climate Fund for Poor U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the United States will work with other nations to establish a $100-billion a year fund for climate financing for poor countries. She made the announcement at the U.N. climate conference in Copenhagen.

Japan is pledging five billion a year or something insane like that.

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