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Obama and the Paris Climate Accord

Let’s get this straight for starters: this was not a Treaty–those have to be ratified by the Senate and they had the wisdom to not enter into this anti-American international scheme.  President Obama agreed to this accord with little more than a handshake.  Instead, it was part of a plan that had been in Obama’s bag of tricks since he was a senator. One of the only pieces of legislation he sponsored was one The Global Poverty Act, which demanded that billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars be siphoned off each year to Third World counties (with no accountability) in the name of the environment.

Now check this out: I wrote Climategate in 2009 and it was released on Earth Day, 2010 (on Sean Hannity’s TV program).  At the time, Obama was in the White House and Nancy Pelosi was Speaker and they were vigorously pushing Cap and Trade–which failed.  But read further; we got our wish in that of President Donald Trump!

Say what you want about the second President Bush—“W”—but you can’t claim he was a fan of the United Nations.  His Ambassador of choice to that body of loons was John Bolton, a man who clearly recognized the Marxist marrow of the U.N.  Bolton was so threatening that Congressional Democrats prevented him from gaining official confirmation to the post, forcing Bush to assign him on a recess appointment.
Though his stay at the U.N. lasted less than two years, Bolton picked up where Kirkpatrick left off, stating, “There is no such thing as the United Nations. There is only the international community, which can only be led by the only remaining superpower, which is the United States”.[1] It was Bolton who also jested that the building which houses the U.N.  “in New York has 38 stories.  If you lost ten stories today, it wouldn’t make a bit of difference.”[2]

Proving elections have consequences, currently we have not just the antithesis of John Bolton representing our interests in the United Nations, but we have an entire team surrounding our president who may as well be running the entire show in that 38-story palace by the East River.  And, for many of us, this is no surprise: we knew where Barrack Obama’s allegiances lay well before he was elected to the White House.
Our first unmistakable sign of Obama’s aspirations to carry water for the U.N. occurred while he was on the campaign trail.  Totally unreported by the mainstream media, in July 2008 Senator Obama co-sponsored Senate Bill 2433—the Global Poverty Act.  Reading from the Congressional Record, the act:

“Directs the President, through the Secretary of State, to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the U.S. foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goal… [by] 2015.”

Before proceeding, we must briefly unpack the Millenium Development Goals (MGD).  The goals were made public in 2000, agreed to by the vast majority of countries and heralded by former-President Bill Clinton.  The problem for fans of the MGD was “W” never saw fit to adopt the promises proclaimed in the document—promises which include eradicating poverty, broader access to free abortions, and to “integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes”[3], and to “develop further an open, rule-based, predictable, non-discriminatory trading and financial system”[4]

Knowing that he was likely to be anointed President of the United States, Obama’s sponsorship of the Global Poverty Act was a sign to one-worlders that he was their guy…and Bill’s wife Hillary, who by this time had been thrown under the bus in the election process for Obama, would be their gal as Secretary of State.

More specifically, Obama’s Poverty Act would require the United States achieve specific and measurable goals consistent with those established by the United Nations Millennium Resolution, including:

…mobilizing and leveraging the participation of businesses and public-private partnerships; coordinating the goal of poverty reduction with other internationally recognized Millennium Development Goals; [and] integrating principles of sustainable development and entrepreneurship into policies and programs.[5]

A press release from then Senator Obama’s office declared:

In 2000, the U.S. joined more than 180 countries at the United Nations Millennium Summit and vowed to reduce global poverty by 2015. We are halfway towards this deadline, and it is time the United States makes it a priority of our foreign policy to meet this goal and help those who are struggling day to day.[6]

Jeffrey Sachs, who runs the “Millennium Project,” confirms the U.N. plan to force the U.S. to pay 0.7 percent of GNP (in current dollars that would be about $75 billion, on top of the $25 billion we currently allocate overseas). The only way to raise that funding, Sachs confirms, “Is through a global tax, preferably on carbon-emitting fossil fuels.”[7]

Not accounting for inflation, Senate Bill 2433’s aim was to throw $750 billion dollars into this money pit over the next ten years, and, as always, the United States would have no discretion regarding how the taxpayer dollars would be spent.

Interestingly, Achim Steiner, who heads the U.N. Environmental Program (UNEP), shared with world leaders at the 2009 G-20 summit in London, a report from his office suggesting that donations of just 1% of a country’s gross domestic product could bankroll a “Global Green New Deal” to the coincidental tune of about $750 billion annually.  He even floated the option of taxing the oil consumption of rich nations  to fund the transfer of wealth scheme.  “If, for argument’s sake”, he said, “you were to put a five year levy in OECD countries of $5 a barrel, you would generate $100 billion per annum.”  Minimizing the outlay, he snobbishly added, “It translates to roughly 3 cents per liter.”[8]

The American arm of the Global Green Deal was revealed in the massive 1201 page global warming bill originally introduced by Congressmen Henry Waxman from southern California and Ed Markey from Massachussetts in May, 2009, and passed by the House of Representatives in June.  Given the warm and fuzzy title, “The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009,” the monster missive reads like a damned U. N. resolution.

Initially, I may have been one of the few in America who actually read the bill. I was so outraged by its contents that I emailed popular syndicated radio host and author Mark Levin who immediately responded by invited me on his show.  Ten minutes later I was speaking to his seven million listeners, sharing the socialist giveaways buried in the bill.  Section 2201 decribes the “Energy Refund Program.”  This portion of the bill enables those having an income of  up to 150 percent of the poverty  level (about $30,000) to be eligible for a yet to be determined “energy refund” which will be “provided in monthly installments via direct deposit into the eligible household’s designated bank account.”  In addition to this blatent transfer of wealth, the legislation brashly contains a similar international redistribution component modeled after the aforementioned United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.  Section 441 of the legislation actually reads:

Under Article 4 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, developed country parties, including the United States, “take all practical steps to promote, facilitate, and finance, as appropriate, the transfer of, or access to, environmentally sound technologies and know-how to other parties, particularly developing country parties…the United States [is] committed to enhanced action on the provision of financial resources and investment to support action on mitigation and adaptation and technology cooperation…”

The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009, as I shared with Mark’s audience, is a promise to utilize climate change as a tool to redistribute the hard earned money of achievers with those on the lower economic rung domestically; and internationally the Act will transfer billions of dollars to the Third World, supposedly to create “environmentally sound technologies and know-how.”  However, instead the money will be skimmed by U.N. approved middlemen, spent without accountability by a variety of non-governmental organizations, and pocketed by dictators and war-lords—just out our money funneled abroad always is.

DREAM TEAM

Like a dream come true for those beholden to the goals of the United Nations, Barrack Hussein Obama was sworn in to office January 20, 2009 (actually, he was sworn in privately on the 21st, since the initial oath of office was flubbed during the public ceremony—and the second time around there was no Bible to place his hand on) and immediately articulated his plan to “restore science to its rightful place.”  The restoration process began in earnest with the selections of his teammates.  Not only do all acknowledge the U.N. as a legitimate world body, but all are totally in the tank regarding the wealth redistribution, global warming nexus.  These radical elites are best represented by their own words:

- Susan Rice, Ambassador to the United Nations, in her introductory speech to the U.N. stated, “To tackle global warming, all major emitting nations must be part of the solution…And we should help the most vulnerable countries adapt to climate change.”[9]

-Hillary Clinton, during her Senate confirmation hearings said, “…climate change is an unambiguous security threat. At the extreme, it threatens our very existence.”[10]

-Lisa Jackson, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, adds a racial component to her beleifs, “Climate change is a clear and present danger to communities of color across the country…We must act now to not only end, but also reverse, the ravaging effects inflicted upon our homes, schools and neighborhoods.”[11]

-Nancy Sutley, Chairwoman of the President’s Council on Environmental Quality, stated during her Senate confirmation hearing that climate change “is an issue that will effect the entire federal government, almost no agency is untouched by climate change”.[12]

-Carol Browner, Energy Czar, believes “we face an environmental, a public health, and an economic challenge in global warming and climate change unlike anything we have faced thus far.”[13]

-Stephen Chu, Secretary of the Department of Energy, has said, “Climate change…will cause enormous resource wars, over water, arable land, and massive population displacements.  We’re talking about…hundreds of millions to billions of people being flooded out, permanently.”[14]

-Hilda Solis, Secretary of Labor, “I am fighting for environmental justice.”[15]

-John Holdren, Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, “We are already experiencing ‘dangerous anthropogenic interference’ with the climate system…To fix the problem, society has only three options: mitigation, adaptation, and suffering. We’re already doing some of each, and will do more of all three.” [16]

-Ken Salazar, Secretary of Interior, at his confirmation hearing, “There is no doubt that climate change and global warming is having an impact on a whole host of natural features of this world, including endangered species that we have.”[17]

-Tim Geithner, Treasury Secretary, told members of Congress, “If people don’t change how they use energy then they will face higher costs for energy.”[18]

With the playbook written and the dream team assembled, the transformation of America is well underway. As of this writing, the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 is still being debated in the Senate.  However, because the players in this seditious conspiracy are longsuffering, if they can’t get what they want in a single, sweeping chunk of legislation, they’ll obtain it later in smaller bites, by tucking components of their plan into various appropriations bills, or more likely, via a combination of Executive Orders.

Though a right-minded majority in congress would be a help in obstructing this gut wrenching transformation, we desperately need an authentic conservative-minded leader in the White House; one who will institute sound science and old-fashioned common sense to dismantle these regressive environmental strategies, and put American back on a track toward abundant energy resources.

In the meantime, Obama and crew press forward with their plans to suppress America’s energy resources, gain further control of our lives, and make a few of their faithful exceedingly rich.

Better cling to your guns and religion, because this mob has big plans.

Wow!  Thank God (seriously) Hillary lost, otherwise this mob would have received a second wind.


[1] Roland Wilson, “Bush deploys hawk as UN envoy”, The Times (London), March 8. 2005

[2] Anne Applebaum, “Defending Bolton”, Washington Post, March 9, 2005

[3] The Millennium Development Goals Report 2008, published by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, August 2008, page 36.

[4] Ibid, page 44

[5] Senate Bill 2433, “Global Poverty Act,” Senator Barack Obama, lead sponsor, introduced December 7, 2007.

[6] Larry Petrash, “Reject Obama’s Senate Bill S. 2433”, Times Record News, August 3, 2008

[7] Vincent Gioia, “United Nation’s Power Will Grow Under Obama”, The Post Chronicle, December 31, 2008

[8] Alister Doyle, “$750 billion ‘green’ investment could revive economy: U.N.” Reuters, March 19. 2009

[9] Susan Rice, remarks made during presentation of her credentials to UN President Ban Ki-moon, January 26, 2009

[10] Hillary Clinton, Senate Confirmation Hearings, January 13, 2009

[11] Michael H. Cottman, “ Lisa Jackson: Blacks Should Get Serious About Climate Change” blackamericanweb.com,  February 16, 2009, http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/news/moving_america_news/6877

[12] Nancy Sutley, remarks before the Environmental and Public Works Committee, during EPA confirmation hearings, January 14, 2009.

[13] Carol Browner, “Crisis of Climate Change” lecture, Clinton School Speaker’s Series, University of Arkansas, November 11, 2006

[14] Comments by Stephen Chu at National Clean Energy Summit convened by the University of Nevada Las Vegas, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV), and the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Summer 2008.  Speech available for viewing at You Tube, “Dr. Stephen Chu at National Clean Energy Summit”

[15] Remarks delivered by California State Senator Hilda L. Solis at the John F. Kennedy 2000 Profile in Courage Award Ceremony, May 22, 2000

[16] John Holdren, speaking at the Kennedy School of Government, November 6, 2007, http://www.climatesciencewatch.org/index.php/csw/details/getting_to_know_holdren_part_2/

[17] Jim Tankersley, “Ken Salazar promises reform at Interior Department”, Los Angeles Times, January 16, 2009

[18] Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, speaking before the House of Representatives Budget Committee, March 3, 2009

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