Friday, June 22, 2012

Draft agenda for the Rio+20 climate change conference calls for economic “contraction” in major countries.



President Obama is already implementing this agenda in America...

Via Washington Examiner:
United Nations officials refuse to allow observers to read the draft agenda for the Rio+20 conference on climate change, after an earlier draft called for the economic “contraction” in major countries.
“It seems the UN has taken the final pre-conference draft and classified it!” Lord Monckton, a climate skeptic with the Center for a Constructive Tomorrow reported in an email. “We were promised transparency. This is unacceptable.”
A proposal within an earlier draft agenda for the conference called for the “contraction and convergence for over- and under-consumers of natural resources,” CFACT noted. Given President Obama’s oft-repeated statistic that the United States produces 2 percent of the world’s oil but uses 20 percent, this proposal would affect the American economy significantly.
“We aspire to nothing less than a global movement for generational change,” UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said earlier this year.
Keep on reading…

1 comment:

Aubrey Meyer said...

The web-logging about C&C would be more accurate and more useful if it related to the C&C source-material: - http://www.gci.org.uk/UNFCCC_Submission.html
http://www.gci.org.uk/UNFCCC_Submission_Co-Signatories.html

rather than ill-informed and agitated third party commentary about it.