From GregWHoward.com: Climate Scam: Final Nail In America’s Coffin?
By Greg W Howard
November 18, 2010
The conspiracy to seize and redistribute the wealth of the United States is not new. Already huge portions of our prosperity have been eroded and transferred to developing nations through a number of programs including foreign aid and trade policies. Rarely is it openly stated that the goal is wealth redistribution, but that has changed with a breaking story from Noel Sheppard at Newsbusters.com.
Ottmar Edenoffer, a UN IPCC Official, was interviewed by NZZ AM Sonntag and provided the following telling quote:
” If you needed any more evidence that the entire theory of manmade global warming was a scheme to redistribute wealth you got it Sunday when a leading member of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change told a German news outlet, “[W]e redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy.”
Read the full English translation of the interview here.
For years the plan to impoverish America was kept low-key, done through back channel deals, and rarely spoken of so candidly. Now, there seems to be no attempt to hide or engage in apologetics.
America is the great prize in the battle to redistribute wealth on a world wide basis. Some see our standard of living, as eroded as it may be at this point, and aspire to achieve it through growing their economies. Others simply eye us with envy and desire to take what we have achieved for themselves, without having to put forth the effort we have over the past nearly two and a half centuries. The to goal for these Marxists has always been to bring America down and divide the spoils. Each day, they get closer to achieving their goal.
How does this global climate policy plan work in practice? Let’s break it down into the simplest illustration so that there can be no misunderstanding.
Countries like the United States, China, Japan and Germany are the top producers of the goods, food, and materials that all of the people of the world need. As a result, these countries have grown wealthy through trade. It is also no accident that the production of these items causes them to consume more energy and resources than do other nations. As a result, one by-product of production, carbon dioxide, is produced in large quantities. Meanwhile, countries lacking any meaningful industrial, mining, or agricultural production consume far fewer resources and less energy. As a result they produce much lower levels of carbon dioxide.
And it is precisely through carbon that the means of control and redistribution will be implemented.
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