“Climategate” as an argument for a World Environment Organization
The sudden but not unexpected resignation of the head of the UN Climate Secretariat in Bonn Ivo de Boer is feeding speculation about an imminent collapse of the whole global warming swindle. Only a few days earlier, Phil Jones, a leading member of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and former director of the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia, substantially admitted in the British newspaper “Daily Mail”that the accusations on the basis of leaked confidential e-mails from CRU (“Climategate“) were well founded, i.e. that the decline of the world’s average temperature since ten to fifteen years was hidden by CRU and that the often quoted “hockey stick”-temperature curve is no proof of man made global warming but a fake.
At the same time, eminent political leaders like Maurice Strong, Al Gore, José Manuel Barroso, Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, and Herman van Rompuy (all members of the mysterious ‘Bilderberg‘ Club), took the fiasco of the Copenhagen Climate Conference as opportunity to look for alternative ways in order to meet their aim of total management of the whole planet Earth.
Already before the Copenhagen climate summit, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel claimed the establishment of a World Environment Organization (WEO) under the auspices of the UN. On 27th January 2010 Sarkozy called for a strong organization financed through a financial transaction tax (Tobin Tax)as counterweight to the influent World Trade Organization (WTO) in his opening speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos (Switzerland) . The WEO in close cooperation with the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the World Bank would have to enforce globally uniform health and environmental standards and to fight against social and environmental dumping.
Thus, even if the climate swindle imploded completely and the IPCC was dissolved, the advocates of “global governance” would nevertheless achieve an important step towards a world government claimed by them with the help of the WEO, which would be competent for all environmental problems from waste and sewage treatment over the promotion of renewable energy and cleaning the air to freshwater supply. It can therefore not be excluded that interested parties had their fingers in the pie, when the series of scandals that undermined the credibility of the IPCC broke out. At least Nicolas Sarkozy seems to have quickly grasped the opportunities of the global eco-dictatorship that “Climategate” and the fiasco of Copenhagen offer him and his Bilderberg friends. Do we have to expect the unexpected? The friends of liberty can probably still be confident that the “Gore Effect”will thwart the arrogant plans of the Bilderbergers.