Most Americans seem to think that the world leaders gathered at the U.N. Copenhagen climate change summit are simply discussing ways to help improve the environment. Unfortunately that is not anywhere close to the truth. The draft of the Copenhagen climate change treaty now circulating would represent a giant step towards a "world government", it would establish brutal new world taxes which would transfer massive amounts of wealth from the United States to other nations, and it would create 700 new bureaucracies to enforce this new treaty. Not only that, but according to the provisions of the treaty, the United States would never be able to get out of it. The wording of the treaty makes it crystal clear that no future president, no future Congress and no future U.S. court would be able to extricate the United States from this horrific agreement.
An earlier version of the Copenhagen climate change treaty can be found here. However, the version of the treaty now being circulated in Copenhagen is not available to the public at this point.
Fortunately, there are some officials who have seen the latest version and who are willing to speak out. One of them is Lord Christopher Monckton - a former official in the Thatcher administration.
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There has been a very disturbing new trend among world leaders who are also "global warming" activists. Increasingly, these world leaders are openly discussing the need for "global governance" to fight "man-made global warming". To them it appears obvious that a global problem requires a global solution. In fact, the December summit in Copenhagen is being hailed by these world leaders as one of the most important moments in human history. They claim that if we do not act on a global level now to stop "climate change" that we will be facing a catastrophic future of unprecedented magnitude.
First of all, let's quickly deal with the ridiculous claims that man is causing global warming. The truth is that "global warming" is caused by the sun. A few years ago when the sun was experiencing record sunspot activity, the entire solar system experienced "global warming". Now that the sun has entered a period of very low sunspot activity the earth (and the rest of the solar system) is actually cooling.
But carbon dioxide levels continue to increase. If carbon dioxide was causing global warming temperatures should have continued to rise.
But they didn't.
In fact, scientists tell us that there have been periods when the earth has had much higher levels of carbon dioxide. It is one of the key components of life. The more carbon dioxide, the better crops do and the more life on earth thrives.
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