Saturday, December 10, 2011

More idiocy from the libs at the "United Nations"

Time Magazine Cover - April 1977  (You can trust us.)

Bureaucrats at the UN Climate Summit in Durban have outlined plans for the most draconian, harebrained and madcap climate change treaty ever produced, under which the west would be mandated to respect “the rights of Mother Earth” by paying a “climate debt” which would act as a slush fund for bankrolling an all-powerful world government.

Even as the tattered shreds of whatever credibility global warming alarmists had left evaporate in the aftermath of Climategate 2.0, the monstrous bureaucracy behind ManBearPig continues to lurch forward.

Lord Christopher Monckton’s extensive report breaks down the key aspects of the current draft text.
“Here – and, as always, you heard it here first, for the mainstream media have conspired to keep secret the Madness of King Rajendra and his entire coterie of governmental and bureaucratic lunatics worldwide – is what the dribbling, twitching thrones and dominions, principalities and powers of the world will be asked to agree to,” he writes, adding that actual climate science has not been a topic of debate at the summit.

“So, no motor cars, no coal-fired or gas-fired power stations, no aircraft, no trains. Back to the Stone Age, but without even the right to light a carbon-emitting fire in your caves,” writes Monckton. More here:

I wonder if any of the presidential candidates have a position on the United Nations and our place in it.  

"United Nations" my ass.  Once a noble idea, it has degenerated into people who are only interested in getting money out of the United States ... while, of course, bad mouthing the United States in every breath ... you know ... like libs spoiled teenagers do to their parents.

The libs have many, MANY doomsday scenarios ... luckily, they all can be solved by you giving up just a little bit more of your liberty and property (money.)  Well, they say a "little bit more" but somehow, it's never enough is it? 

Think about it ... we've had the "Square Deal,", the "New Deal, the "Great Society," the "War on Poverty," on and on and on ... and it costs trillions and trillions ... and what difference has it all made?  I'll tell you what difference it's made ... it's made all the politician's buddies rich.  Have you ever noticed that all these politicians have buddies and/or family members making money off all these government programs?  Yes, SOMEHOW they manage to get the grants and contracts but, inexplicably, you cannot ... isn't that funny?

Woops, I guess I got off topic ... again.

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