Susanne Posel, Contributor
The European Union is clamping down on China and India’s carbon emissions, claiming that the Kyoto protocol is outdated.
The argument between under-developed nations and industrialized countries has spawned a demand for responsibility for carbon emissions while the fear-mongering of man-made climate change moves into the political areas.
After failing to convince the scientific communities that this propaganda holds up while real world empirical data holds evidence that the projections have been derived from fraudulent computer models, the alarmists are seeking governmental approval. Because scaring elected officials into mandating climate change policies ratified by the UN is easier than changing the general population’s perspective.
In 1997, the Kyoto protocol was formulated from the UN Rio+20 Earth Summit just five years prior. Technological advancing nations like China and India were left out of the obligated countries to curb emissions outputs.
World leaders backed by the UN are prompting questions about the applicability of the Kyoto protocol as unfair, while China moves ahead to become another industrialized country.
In a two-day meeting preceding global climate change talks, Connie Hedegaard, the European climate chief said, “Countries have recognized that the old division between developed and developing countries – there are limits to how useful that is in the 21st century.”
A new global treaty is championed as the answer to carbon emissions. While scientific data shows that carbon dioxide has nothing to do with the temperature of the earth, climate change alarmists are using this manufactured threat to usher in global treaties to usurp nations’ sovereign right to conduct business, as well as force governments to pay a global “carbon tax” as a funding source for development and manufacturing for products the alarmists plan on selling to nations and individuals as a necessity for the coming “global warming age”.
By November of this year, Hedegaard hopes to see a new treaty ratified that will begin a new era of falsified claims that the control over man is an imperative to save the planet.
Hedegaard said: “We need to set out a work program [for drawing up a global agreement] and how to get there.”
The European Union is developing strategies to securitize under-developed countries to coerce their governments into adopting the new global agreements to be signed by 2015 and fully implemented by 2020.
China is weary of such global agreements as they mask the global governance agenda. One governing body, which has been slated as the UN, will regulate and classify countries under a new agreement binding obligations to force tyrannical ruling over what are now independent nations.
Statements to governments from alarmist-backed scientists are admonishing world governments to “engage the international research community in developing systematic, innovative solutions” to these pressing problems.
These scientists believe that water and energy securitization by international bodies will assist in the proper management and distribution of resources to those who need them.
While clean water supplies are dwindling, the cost of these endeavors should be allocated into a global taxation as to equally distribute the financing. The scientists urge centralized governments to plan, invest and enforce measures to mitigate the destruction of natural resources by natural disasters.
Public health management is an imperative as the world’s population growth has exceeded the international communities’ expectations. There is a call for development and manufacturing of greenhouse safe products; however, the allocation of funding toward research for finding a way to mitigate or even stop climate change effects seems to be left out.
The business of climate change is expected to be quite lucrative for those successful at convincing authoritative bodies that these technologies must be purchased by their nation and mandated for use by their citizens.
In the end, the cost of climate change trickles down to the citizens.
The scientists demand international cooperation and an agreed-upon methodology that is overseen by a central governing body. This will ensure that nations adhere to the agreement.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism. Our alternative news site is dedicated to reporting the news as it actually happens; not as it is spun by the corporately funded mainstream media. You can find us on our Facebook page.