More on a prisonplanet.com article:
Top elitist and Harvard Professor Kenneth Rogoff has shamefully called for the BP oil spill disaster to be exploited in order to create political
momentum behind a carbon tax, even going to the lengths of embracing the nightmare scenario of hurricanes pushing the oil onshore as a way to create
political momentum behind Obama’s dreaded “green economy”.
In an opinion piece for the Korea Times, Rogoff sensationally warns that failure to exploit the tragedy for political ends would represent a “lost
opportunity,” a startling display of mercenary indiscretion, and a shining example of what we warned about from the very beginning, that elitists
would waste little time in pointing to heart-rendering images of oil-covered birds and dead wildlife as part of a crass stunt to push their
consumption tax agenda.
Rogoff is a Bilderberg Group member, having attended the 2006 conference of global elitists in Germany. He is also a regular attendee of Trilateral
Commission meetings. Rogoff is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and writes for the group’s publication Foreign Affairs. He is
currently Professor of Economics at Harvard University, having previously served as an economist at the International Monetary Fund, and at the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve.
“The fact is, the BP oil spill is on the cusp of becoming a political game-changer of historic proportions. If summer hurricanes push huge
quantities of oil onto Florida’s beaches and up the Eastern seaboard, the resulting political explosion will make the reaction to the financial
crisis seem muted,” writes Rogoff, seemingly salivating about the potential of an even greater tragedy that would contribute to “rekindling
interest in a carbon tax”.
Later in the article, Rogoff brazenly states that “exploiting tragedy” in the Gulf is just one way of filling the coffers of the federal
He goes on to laud the visual propaganda value of “high-definition images of oil spewing from the bottom of the ocean” in addition to a
“blackened coastline and devastated wildlife” as a tool through which to mobilize young people into lobbying for a tax on the very substance they
Exploiting the catastrophe is necessary to “catalyze support for an American environmental policy with teeth,” writes Rogoff, noting that the cap
and trade system basically amounts to the same thing as a carbon tax and is just a trick to hide the use of the incendiary word “tax”. Of course,
that policy has little to do with the environment and everything to do with fattening the wallets of the people invested in the cap and trade scam,
the same alarmists who push claptrap about global warming and CO2, Rogoff’s elitist buddies Al Gore, Maurice Strong and the rest of the globalists
who own and run the cap and trade scheme
[edit on 8-7-2010 by monkeySEEmonkeyDO]