I am certain that the president of at least one country understands the Marxist agenda of the One-World Spiritualists, and I am sure he understands that the "crisis" they are manufacturing to implement their worldview is radical environmentalism.
Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic, survived communism and now warns the world about these peoples' ultimate goal, the elimination of freedom. President Klaus is the author of the book, "Blue Planet in Green Shackles." Klaus argues that radical environmentalism is masking socialism, communism, and even fascism.
"But while communism was an atheistic system," Klaus notes, "modern environmentalism has assumed a religious dimension and has become a 'green religion.'"Klaus explains that the goal of the radical environmentalist is to completely destroy private property rights and the free enterprise system by limiting the "carbon footprint" of individuals and companies, growing the size of government, and ushering in socialism. Klaus told the Washington Times:
The ultimate goal is "completely about power and about the hegemony of the 'chosen ones' (as they see themselves) over the rest of us, about the imposition of the only correct worldview (their own), about the remodeling of the world," adds Klaus.
"I understand that global warming is a religion conceived to suppress human freedom."- Brannon Howse, Christian Worldview Network, "One World Spirituality: Three Worldviews Merge," October 28, 2008
This document is the IUCN Programme 2009–2012 as adopted at the World Conservation Congress, Barcelona, Spain, 5–14 October 2008. It is part of a set of documents which, together, form the IUCN Intersessional Plan for 2009-2012.
International Union for Conservation of Nature
In 1948 [the same year the Israel once again became a nation], as the world was awakening from a long night of war and horror and designing a new international order for peace and security, a small group of committed conservationists had the vision that 18 governments, seven international organizations and 107 national organizations would be much stronger and achieve much more if they combined their efforts for the conservation of nature.
Before the signing of the Fontainebleau Declaration that established IUCN on 4 October 1948, the famous writer, Aldous Huxley was writing to his brother, Julian, then Director General of UNESCO and one of the founders of IUCN:
“Meanwhile I come to feel more and more that no system of morals is adequate which does not include within the sphere of moral relationships, not only other human beings, but animals, plants and even things.Today, IUCN unites more than 1000 States, government agencies, international and national non-governmental organizations working together towards sustainability. The spirit that inspired its founders to sign the Fontainebleau Declaration has kept all its relevance: environmental health underpins human well-being.
“We have done quite monstrously badly by the earth we live in, and now the earth we live in, with its soil eroded, its forests ravaged, its rivers polluted, its mineral resources reduced, is doing so badly by us that, unless we stop our insane fiddling at power politics and use all available knowledge, intelligence and good will to repair the harm we have done, the whole of mankind will be starving in a dust bowl within a century or two. People still seem to believe that there is poverty in the midst of plenty, when in fact there is only poverty in the midst of growing poverty – and all through our own fault, through not treating nature morally. […]
“If we don’t do something about it pretty soon, we shall find that, even if we escape atomic warfare, we shall destroy our civilization by destroying the cosmic capital on which we live. Our relation to earth is not that of mutually beneficial symbiosis; we have become the kind of parasite that kills its host, even at the risk of killing itself.”
IUCN’s unique structure enables democratic and open dialogues between civil society and governments; the steady growth of its knowledge and expertise, and the pooling of knowledge and resources in integrated approaches to conservation for sustainable development are having a positive impact throughout the world.
This Programme is the result of extensive consultations with and within IUCN members, Commissions, donors and other partners. It shows the practical ways in which the Union of 84 governments, 111 government agencies, 874 international and national non-governmental organizations and 35 affiliates plans to shape sustainable solutions for the future. It describes how IUCN’s value added and competencies in providing credible knowledge, convening stakeholders and ensuring the policy-practice loop is maintained from local to global levels will be employed in practice. It specifies what we will deliver for conservation from the heartland work of IUCN on conserving biodiversity and strategically intervening in four thematic programme areas from 2009 to 2012.
November 28, 2009
Appearing on The Alex Jones Show yesterday, Lord Christopher Monckton went further than ever before in his vehement opposition to the elitists running the climate change scam, calling for the UN to be shut down and for fraudulent peddlers of global warming propaganda like Al Gore to be arrested and criminally prosecuted.
Monckton said that those who are threatening to shut down economies, bankrupt nations, and deepen the problems of the third world by implementing draconian policies in the name of global warming should be indicted, prosecuted and imprisoned “for a very long time.”
“The fraudsters and racketeers from Al Gore to the people at the University of East Anglia who have been making their fortune at the expense of taxpayers and the little guy,” should be criminally charged, said Monckton, in response to the Climategate scandal.Monckton said that the United Nations should be “closed down,” adding that he talked to a senior UN ambassador in Canada who told him that he no longer saw any purpose in the UN and it exists “only to enrich itself at the expense of the nations it claims to serve; it’s time it was brought to an end.”
“We the people have got to rise up worldwide, found a party in every country which stands for freedom and make sure we fight this bureaucratic communistic world government monster to a standstill -- they shall not pass,” he added.
“We would all save billions if we shut down the UN and just about all of its hideous bureaucracy,” said Monckton.Lord Monckton emphasized how the emails released as a result of climategate prove that global warming alarmism was still prevalent in public but behind closed doors, warming scientists are admitting that the “deniers” (as they label people like Monckton) are correct.
“Publicly they’re saying the science is settled, we’re all doomed unless you close down the economies of the West; whereas, privately they’re saying to each other ‘we’ve got it wrong, none of this adds up and it’s a travesty that we can’t explain it’.”Monckton also slammed Obama’s science czar John P. Holdren, who in his 1977 book Ecoscience called for draconian population measures to be enforced by a “planetary regime” in the name of saving the earth, as an “openly admitted communist.”
Monckton pointed out how Holdren had been once of the most prominent alarmists in the 70’s, warning about the onset of rapid “global cooling.”
“Now with seamless mendacity he says that what we’re now facing is global warming,” said Monckton.Monckton said that the agenda behind the global warming movement was to set up a communistic world government which will be run by people who “do not care how many people they kill with their policies” and that their goal is to “do away with democracy forever by stealth using the excuse to save the planet.”
“How can anyone like Holdren stand up with a straight face and expect anyone to believe it,” he added.
Monckton said that the people running the scam had a “deliberate desire to control population by killing people in large numbers deliberately, if necessary.”
The former advisor to Margaret Thatcher said that the warmists were sounding more and more desperate and knew that they had been rumbled as a result of climategate, which would only make it more urgent for them to try and force through a binding treaty in Copenhagen.
Monckton said that the answer to combating the move towards neo-feudalism and global government was to form a worldwide “freedom party” that would operate nationally in every country in order to defend freedom, democracy and prosperity while routing out every aspect of the communistic takeover.
“Every time these people try to take it away, we in the freedom party will stop them, and I think now is the time,” said Monckton.
November 27, 2009
The drab, drum-shaped home of the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit is an anonymous little outpost, blending seamlessly with its chunky concrete neighbours on a windswept campus just outside Norwich. To the uninitiated, it has the look of a Seventies bus station waiting for the council to pull it down.
Unlikely as it may seem, however, this little corner of East Anglia is now ground zero in a controversy which just might influence the entire future of our planet.
A little over a week ago, hundreds of internal emails written by scientists working at the CRU were obtained by a hacker and posted on the internet, some of which appeared to show that researchers had deliberately faked evidence of global warming by manipulating statistics.
At first, the fallout was restricted to a row between climate change experts, played out in scientific journals and specialist internet blogs, but in the past few days, as the ripples have spread around the globe, “Climategate” has become a white hot political issue which has been seized upon by global warming sceptics and now threatens to overshadow next month’s crucial climate change conference in Copenhagen...
Phil Jones, the 57-year-old director of the CRU, is the man who has suddenly found himself the number one target of climate change conspiracy theorists the world over after he sent the most damaging of all the emails exposed by the anonymous hacker.
In one message, dated November 1999, he wrote:
“I’ve just completed Mike’s trick of adding in the real temps to each series for the last 20 years (ie from 1981 onwards) and from 1961 to hide the decline.”Gotcha! say the global warming sceptics who have argued for years that average temperatures on Earth are, in reality, either stable or going down. Professor Jones defended himself by claiming the word “trick” was used out of context and simply referred to a legitimate method of handling data. But there was more.
An email sent by one of Prof Jones’s colleagues said:
“The fact is that we can’t account for the lack of warming at the moment and it is a travesty that we can’t.”Prof Jones, whose department has for years refused to release its raw data on temperatures, wrote another email in which he said:
Sceptics “have been after the CRU station data for years. If they ever hear there is a Freedom of Information Act now in the UK, I think I’ll delete the file rather than send it to anyone.”By chance, he now admits he has “accidentally” deleted some of the raw data.
Another message said the CRU’s method of collating data “renders the station counts totally meaningless… so, we can have a proper result, but only by including a load of garbage!”
Prof Jones, who at first refused to confirm even that the emails were genuine, finally issued a statement on Wednesday, in which he said:
“My colleagues and I accept that some of the published emails do not read well.”On that point, at least, no one is likely to argue with him.
Although Prof Jones is not what you could call a household name (though he soon might be) he is, without doubt, one of the world’s most influential proponents of the theory of man-made global warming.
The CRU has the largest archive of global temperature data in the world, and its research formed the basis of the United Nations’ key document on global warming, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report of 2007.
But Prof Jones has been embroiled in controversy before. Three years ago, a report commissioned by the US House of Representatives energy and commerce committee claimed that a clique of just 43 scientists, including Prof Jones and one of his CRU colleagues, was stifling open debate on climate change.
Little wonder, then, that climate change deniers are hailing the emails as final proof that global warming is nothing more than a hoax which is being covered up by governments who have themselves been duped.
Suddenly, Phil Jones is the name on the lips of every Right-wing commentator in the US, some of whom have warned that President Obama is being tricked into making the most expensive mistake in history by backing emission caps and carbon trading legislation that will cost US taxpayers trillions of dollars.
Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News has described the emails as a “game-changer” for Obama cap and trade bills. Fox’s climate change commentator, John Lott, suggested that Prof Jones was guilty of an “unprecedented co-ordinated campaign to hide scientific information.” Meanwhile Matt Drudge, arguably the most influential reporter on the internet and the man who broke the story of President Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky, has helped direct millions of hits to websites reporting on the email scandal by featuring it prominently on his Drudge Report website...
Prof Jones is in little doubt that the timing of the leak -- two weeks before the start of the Copenhagen conference -- was a “concerted attempt to put a question mark over the science of climate change” at the most sensitive possible time. Next month’s Copenhagen conference has been billed as the last chance for world leaders to prevent an irreversible change to the planet’s climate. Unless they can reach a binding agreement on reducing global emissions, mankind could face a bleak future, according to the majority of the scientific community.
The hacker who exposed the emails no doubt hopes Climategate will tip the scales decisively against an agreement -- an outcome which is likely to be supported by a minority of hardliners in the US, such as Bryan Zumwalt, legislative counsel for Republican senator David Vitter, who said earlier this week that:
The CRU emails were evidence of what “could well be the greatest act of scientific fraud in history” and suggested that “nearly all of the international data and models supporting the theory of global warming would have been influenced by data corruption and fraud.”However Bob Ward, a climate change expert at the London School of Economics and Political Science, believes world leaders will pay little attention to the scandal surrounding the CRU, arguing that politics, not science, will decide the fate of the Copenhagen summit.
“The politicians won’t be swayed by this,” he said. “It’s basic physics that the world is being warmed by greenhouse gases, and politicians can see through the sceptics’ arguments. If Copenhagen fails to produce an agreement, it won’t be because of these emails. And in the US, President Obama’s cap and trade bills will be decided by 12 or 13 Democratic senators who represent states with large coal and oil reserves.”Mr Ward does not believe the emails reveal any evidence of impropriety, but supported Lord Lawson’s calls for an independent investigation so the matter can be cleared up. He said:
“I don’t believe there is any evidence here of fraud, but it’s regrettable that this has happened and I regret the fact that some members of the research community have dismissed out of hand those who have tried to make a counter-argument.”Whether or not Climategate influences the outcome of the Copenhagen summit, it seems that its long-term legacy will be to make the ongoing war of words between “warmists” and “coolists” more poisonous than ever.
Socialism is not a Constitutional Capitalist Republic. Regardless of what ever else is stated about the environmental agenda of the nations of the world, it all leads to the U.S. becoming a Socialist country in every sense of the word. Thus the push by all the socialist and Obamites coming out of the woodwork. It's all converging into an us vs. them scenario. And there are a hell of a lot of them pushing their cause — now what about us? There are thousands of organizations and millions of people against us. Including our own government. The task before us is monumental. The opposing forces are working very hard to take us down. - Roger Monk, 100 Million Patriots Standing, July 16, 2011