Friday, December 18, 2009

Neutered Sovereignty?



















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Obama gave a lackluster speech to the climate change crowd at Copenhagen. The BS may be catching up with him and his intensity may be fading.
"I have to be honest, as the world watches us today, I think our ability to take collective action is in doubt right now, and it hangs in the balance.

America will be a part of fast-start funding that will ramp up to $10 billion by 2012. And yesterday, Secretary Hillary Clinton, my Secretary of State, made it clear that we will engage in a global effort to mobilize $100 billion in financing by 2020, if -- and only if -- it is part of a broader accord.

Mitigation. Transparency. Financing. It's a clear formula."

In Obamawellian speak mitigation is big government control of all the aspects of 'pollution,' transparency is opaque and financing is theft.

Sovereignty is not yet dead. The fat lady is warming up her pipes but hasn't sung.

The ever present Lord Christopher Monckton has stated that the only goal of the conference was to implement the framework and the funding for a world government – which he asserts has been achieved but there is 'hope' that the scam can be overcome.

If reports are correct, a climate draft accord has been reached and taxpayer costs for the extortion racket in the US will be ...
$US10 billion a year from 2010 to 2012, climbing to $US50 billion annually by 2015 and $US100 billion by 2020.

Since the American public hasn't gone down kicking and screaming over the billions/trillions in banker giveaways, endless wars and political corruptions, I'm not so sure that that this scheme won't succeed. It's what the globalists are betting on ... that we actually are sheep and the slaughter is not far away.

But perhaps they have underestimated us and overestimated how much they can suck from the host ... "it’s hard to run when your belly is full of blood."



Meanwhile, Hugo Chavez spoke right after Obama at the conference and what did he say?

"By the way, it smells of sulfur in here."

2 comments:

  1. Secretary Hillary Clinton, my Secretary of State, made it clear that we will engage in a global effort to mobilize $100 billion in financing by 2020, if -- and only if -- it is part of a broader accord.

    Sounds like blackmail or extortion, I always get those two mixed up.

    Still haven't heard any talk coming out of Cop 15 about getting away from using massive amounts of coal and oil and helping people switch to solar and wind.

    But that wouldn't give Wall Street the next big bubble it wants, the green collar bubble.

    Remenber back in the Summer of 2001, when the press and public figured out that GW was a tongue-tied moron and cartoons in the MSM started making fun of him?

    They changed that dynamic on 9/11.

    Are we in for another jolt to get us back in the proper frame of mind for our trip to the abattoir?

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  2. Denmark Points Way in Alternative Energy Sources

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,203293,00.html

    During the oil embargoes of the 1970's, the Danes saw the future and it wasn't bright, so they set out to become energy independent and did.

    If little ol' Denmark can, can't we?

    But I imagine ExxonMobile and King Coal wouldn't be too pleased, would they?

    Nor would Israel.

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