UN Climate Boss: We Need Global "Revolution" Led by Central Governments
Kyle Becker | On 27, Nov 2012
Maybe the United Nations should take down the 2012 Mayan calendar that hangs in their transnational talking shop. The top UN
global warming climate change negotiator Christina Figueres, who is in charge of arm-twisting industrialized countries to fight greenhouse gas emissions, framed her real agenda in plain language that everybody can easily understand.
These are her actual words, as reported by the Washington Examiner:
Christiana Figueres, who leads the United Nations negotiations to cut greenhouse gas emissions, described the climate change she seeks as a world-encompassing “revolution” engineered by “centralized” governments.
“We are inspiring government, private sector, and civil society to [make] the biggest transformation that they have ever undertaken,” Figueres, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, said in an interview published by The Guardian last week.
Figueres, who has been dissatisfied with the pace the United States’ federal government is yielding to the global environmentalist movement, also called Hurricane Sandy a ‘wake up’ call for America. Natural catastrophes are obviously not something that have appeared or escalated dramatically with the Industrial Revolution. Regardless, fatalities from natural disasters are down 98% since the 1920s. On the other hand, deaths from worldwide collectivist revolutions are over 100 million in the 20th century.
As the Examiner continued, Figueres also compared the UN-led ‘revolution’ on greenhouse gases to the Industrial Revolution. “The Industrial Revolution was also a transformation, but it wasn’t a guided transformation from a centralized policy perspective,” she said. “This is a centralized transformation that is taking place because governments have decided that they need to listen to science. So it’s a very, very different transformation and one that is going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different.”
Alright, so let’s ‘listen to science.’ First of all, any overall increase in global warming is virtually non-existent since 1995, and that’s according to some of the biggest advocates of the manmade-caused theory since the 1990s, like Phil Jones and James Lovelock. Second of all, climate changes. Third, as Phil Jones conceded, it has likely been warmer in periods since the last so-called “Ice Age” than it is now. Lastly, man is only responsible for contributing to .28% of the greenhouse effect. So, calling for any kind of global revolution based on the “science” of climate change is at the the very least premature, if not outright irresponsible and incendiary.
But the UN’s fundamentally deceptive climate change agenda is primarily about taking control of the world’s natural resources, shaking down Western governments for at least $76 trillion dollars, and acquiring billions upon billions in grant funding. And if the “sustainability” racket seems like some nefarious plan detached from the U.S., take a look at the Green DC Agenda in our own nation’s capitol.
Let’s all be aware that the UN is the same institution that is now calling for Internet control, and is seeking to intermediate the international conventional arms trade via the UN’s Small Arms Treaty, which the Obama administration supported shortly after the president was re-elected.
The United Nations is a global institution that is seeking control over the world’s natural resources, Internet communications, and conventional arms trade. No centralized institution should be entrusted with such power, let alone one comprised of a majority of corrupt, dictatorial states and left-wing activists calling for some kind of global revolution.