Monday, March 08, 2010

Beltway insiders and their media still count on massive organized crime of non-existent global warming-demand billions in US taxpayer reparations

Evil Americans must above all hand over their wages immediately. That is the point of this scam made up decades ago by sick billionaires who are proud of their efforts to this day: to stop America, to stop capitalism, and to enslave the middle class. When will the middle class begin to put these men on trial for a crime?
  • This article promotes disproven material that was never proved to begin with. So does the US president. The methods and scope of the man made global warming attack are organized crime by any definition with trillions at stake and billions already robbed. The AP is still passing this off as reparations owed from the "rich" US (the AP doesn't know the US is broke and on schedule to be even worse?) to the "poor" countries, which are brutal thug dictators. Answers for each of the points made in this article have been posted countless times on this blog and others over many hours and months. "Poor" countries have already been given a lot of money. The money has been stolen and/or misspent.
"The head of the International Monetary Fund on Monday proposed a plan for the world's governments
  • to pool together
  • to raise money needed to adapt
  • for an organization that normally does not develop environmental policies.

IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the Fund is concerned about the

  • huge amount of funding needed and
  • the effect that will have on the global economy.
  • He added that the proposal may help efforts
  • to reach a binding agreement on climate change later this year.

Strauss-Kahn proposed that countries adopt a quota system similar to the one the Fund uses to raise its own money, which could bring in money faster than proposals to increase carbon taxes or other fundraising methods....

  • The IMF raises funds from its 185 members mainly through a quota system that is based broadly on each country's economic size.
  • The United States is currently the largest shareholder.

"We all know that (carbon taxes and other fundraising methods) will take time and we don't have this time. So we need something which looks like an interim solution, which will bridge the gap between now and the time when those carbon taxes will be big enough to solve the problem," Strauss-Kahn said. "And that is exactly what the IMF proposal is dealing with."

  • He said a climate change accord
  • reached last December
  • estimated $100 billion a year
  • will be needed

by 2020 to fund programs, including those to help poor nations

  • deal with droughts,
  • flooding and
  • food shortages
  • expected to be caused by climate change.

Nations failed to reach a binding deal in Copenhagen in December, but

  • agreed on a voluntary plan

to control greenhouse gas emissions which are blamed for the gradual heating of the Earth that scientists predict will worsen

  • weather-related disasters.

The accord, however, included collective commitments

  • by rich countries

to provide billions of dollars to help poor countries adapt to climate change,

  • a major demand the poor nations had made.

The more than 190 nations will reconvene in Cancun, Mexico, later this year for another attempt to reach a binding agreement to replace the Kyoto Protocol, which sets emissions targets for industrial countries and expires in 2012."



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