Do it — Or Else
Posted by Jeff Id on April 10, 2010
This is a huge story, probably as big as Climategate but certain to get little press. After all, there is less proof to present. This is not just another day in world politics. Sure corruption happens, but we’ve just learned how Copenhagen global government was attempted to be forced onto the rest of the world.
The pressure on poor countries to support the US, EU and UK-brokered Copenhagen accord came as 190 countries resumed UN climate talks in Bonn in an atmosphere of mutual suspicion.
“The pressure to back the west has been intense,” said a senior African diplomat. “It was done at a very high level and nothing was written down. It was made very clear by the EU, UK, France and the US that if they did not back them then they would suffer.”
If you are a poor country, you naturally have more intelligence than most poor citizens and you recognize that dependence on outside money is a form of enslavement. In most cases, the leaders of poor countries have been using the technique on their own citizens for decades. They don’t want the money, but for most poor countries in this world, it is too late. Some political predecessor already went for the cash. In many cases, the small countries cannot give up the money which feeds systems that the previous agreements put in place. In a huge feat of kindness, generosity and the hope to help their fellow citizen, the wonderous Obama/global government flatly threatened to take their money away if they didn’t vote for this policy. They also offered new money for them if they do vote for it. Of course non-idiots know, the new money could be taken away on a non-compliance whim later.
And the evidence of the threat being carried out is here:
Yesterday it emerged that the US is to cut climate aid to Bolivia, Ecuador and other countries who have refused to sign up to the accord. But the outgoing UN climate change chief, Yvo de Boer, said: “Bolivia is losing $2.5m in climate funds. That’s about what the presidential palace pays for toilet paper a year. Bullying is not an effective instrument.”
Now of course we would have to be idiots to believe we threatened Bolivia with 2.5 million – for god’s sakes that would be stupid. This was the warning shot, but it was also unequivocal proof of the corrupt forcing of votes on a global scale as well. Why take ‘small’ money away if nobody in the world has been taking any action whatsoever with respect to Copenhagen either??? And the piece of crap Boer want’s us to fall for it:
To the rest of the Earthlings I write — welcome to Chicago politics.
The threat has soft words behind it in some cases
Earlier this year, Karl Falkenberg, director-general for environment at the European Commission, signalled that countries that did not fully support the accord might not qualify for future funds. “It is not money for free, we are helping developing countries to make more of an effort than they could do on their own.”
Of course the agreement Karl Marx Falkenberg, is discussing HASN’T BEEN ENACTED BY ANYONE. NOBODY HAS TAKEN A SINGLE STEP WITH RESPECT TO COPENHAGEN. Sorry, it pisses me off but think about it…. Bolivia is being punished in advance of any signed legal agreement by NON-PUNISHED countries, with a piece of paper that does nothing for climate yet empowers a small group of people over the global population.
It’s all lies, and they are completely transparent, of course you have to be able to read to see it.
Some signatories will be richly rewarded for backing the weak agreement. Ethiopia expects to earn nearly $1bn from climate change funds. However, 90 poor countries have refused to associate with it, mostly arguing it will not reduce emissions enough to prevent catastrophic climate change.
Because Etheopia has the government that we should be propping up, Right?!!
Ok, it pissed me off again, sorry. A commenter recently left some opinion that Copenhagen wasn’t about world government and control, and that sent me off. How naive can humans be. My god, they are telling us exactly what they are doing folks.
Wake up — or else.
In democracy, representatives are supposed to vote for the best interests of their constituents. Nobody can reasonably pretend that the Copenhagen power grab is a democracy, however these are representatives at the accord ARE claiming and providing PROOF of extortion and abuse of power to force cooperation. Decisions are not made regarding what is in their or their citizens best interest, but rather, do it or else!!