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Copenhagen did not fail. The structure is now in place

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posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 10:22 AM

The Hindu newspaper called it an "important beginning" but noted that it contained few specific figures, commitments or timelines. The Hindustan Times felt that "without a legally binding document, the summit turned into a damp squib". The Mail Today concluded that "something is better than nothing", even if trying to get so many countries to agree on anything would strike many as "an exercise in futility".

Russia's president, Dmitry Medvedev, said the summit had achieved "quite modest" results. His aides, however, blasted the two-week UN conference as "one of the most poorly organised top-level events ever". Greenpeace Russia dismissed it as "ignominious" and "futile".

Angela Merkel's commitment to the environment once earned her the media moniker of "climate chancellor". But her return from Copenhagen has met with accusations that she betrayed her principles. "She made minimal offers which turned out to be a flop. She did not put Germany on the frontline," said Claudia Roth, head of the Green party, labelling the talks a "tragedy". Merkel, while owning up to "mixed feelings", told Bild am Sonntag that Copenhagen had been "a first step towards a new world climate order. No more, but also no less," she said. However, her measured optimism was drowned out. "The world was watching Copenhagen. The world has been sorely disappointed," said Hubert Weiger, head of Germany's association for environment and nature protection, Bund.

Sigmar Gabriel, former environment minister and chairman of the opposition SPD party, described the summit as a "catastrophe. The way state and government heads have put at risk the future of their own children and grandchildren is a disgrace."

The death of the UN: good riddance

Future historians will see the just ended Copenhagen summit as the death knell of the United Nations. All I can say is good riddance. The UN has never represented the people of the planet. It was a place where the vast majority of countries could make speeches but all the real decisions were made behind closed doors by a tiny in-bred elite. The UN presided over genocide, war and the deliberate spreading of disease. It will soon run out of money, be dissolved and replaced by an entirely new organization that truly represents the people of the planet earth. Sayonara UN.

Hmm. Doesn't really sound like Copenhagen was such a great success for the NWO/globalists after all.....

What's really happening out there? Are the globalists succeeding, as Alex Jones has been saying, or are they failing, like Fulford is saying??

posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 04:10 PM

Originally posted by Thumb
The president can not (or isnt suppose too) give out cash on his own accord, only congress is able to do that.

Congress gave the fed the ability to do that with the federal reserve act. They control issuance of currency and the interest rate and not congress. It states this in both my american government textbook and macroeconomic book by Collander.

posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 04:16 PM
Since the Federal Reserve President is the President, the president can give out money to whoever they want. For instance, Bernanke gave out 553 billion to the other central banks to give to foreign banks

posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 02:26 PM
reply to post by infinite

This "Green" initiative, especially given its international flavor, has to do with hiding
the energy in the environment discovered by Tesla. Of the many devices and discoveries
there seems to be at least one very desirable flying vehicle that some group is holding
on to. The cost benefits might be in the works to put an end for support as the discoveries
have been dismissed by accord at least since 1955 from US to the USSR.

commitment to the environment

Bull they do not even know the environment.
Only Tesla knows what is in the environment and where the power is.
ED+: And Tesla was going to give his flying machine secrets to the
League of Nations and said screw them before the UN screws up the
environment and energy to their advantage. There is just so much energy
to go around. That is what they are calculating.

Expensive Catalytic converters anyone signed into law and still with
us working off the energy of the car engine. There might have been a
better way and still might be.

edit on 7/25/2011 by TeslaandLyne because: (no reason given)

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