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Copenhagen, more "Money Talk" and less "Climate Talk."

Permalink 12/09/09 20:00, by OGRE / (Jeff), Categories: Welcome, News, In real life, On the web, Politics

I find it interesting that the BBC is one of the only major news sources to report on what is really going on in Copenhagen. I also find it interesting that there is more talk of money changing hands, than there is about temperatures, or the climate.

Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen has described the UN climate summit in Copenhagen as an "opportunity the world cannot afford to miss".

The African Union has threatened to walk out of the talks if industrialised countries do not agree to help poor states pay for the transition to cleaner economies.

Any agreement made at Copenhagen is intended to supplant the 1997 Kyoto Protocol on climate change, which expires in 2012.

Connie Hedegaard, conference president and Denmark's former climate minister, said: "This is our chance. If we miss it, it could take years before we got a new and better one. If we ever do."

To stress the importance of the summit, 56 newspapers in 45 countries published the same editorial on Monday, warning that climate change will "ravage our planet" unless action is agreed, the London-based Guardian reported.

Connie Hedegaard seems worried that this might be the only chance to get developed nations to sign on to a treaty. If what the IPCC is saying about climate change is true, wouldn't the need for action become more evident as time passes? Why is it that this might be the only chance to do this? It just doesn't add up.

The African Union said it will walk away unless it gets money; money from the "rich" nations. This is starting to sound more like a money grab to me.

I didn't realize money was going to "clean" the planet, It's green, but not that way.

Check out the list of "key players" in Copenhagen; from the BBC's website. There is some interesting information there. Get a load of this!

LUMUMBA STANISLAUS-KAW DI-APING

Role: Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Sudan to the United Nations in New York and chair of the Group 77 and China
Lumumba Stanislaus-Kaw Di-Aping

Copenhagen outlook:

Will not settle for a politically-binding agreement. Says it is crucial for developing nations to come away with a legally-binding treaty.

Developing nations need funding for mitigation and adaptation efforts. He says the financial contributions by rich countries has to be an amount significant enough to lead to "rapid, sustainable development and industrialisation of developing countries, in particular Africa".

What he says: "A weaker (Kyoto) deal is a deal that is at the cost of our existence."

This guy sounds really worried about the climate.

What a crock! I wonder when the U.S. media is going to catch on to this? Hopefully followed by the American people.

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3 comments

Comment from: Greg [Visitor]
Greg"What a crock! I wonder when the U.S. media is going to catch on to this?"

Sorry, but the "U.S. media" is IN on it. They're owned by the GEs of the world that assassinate politicians (oh, to return to the days when politicians did not exist and we had only STATESMEN) who do not do what they're told.
12/09/09 @ 20:13
Comment from: Hollie [Visitor]
Hollie"Connie Hedegaard, conference president and Denmark's former climate minister, said: 'This is our chance. If we miss it, it could take years before we got a new and better one. If we ever do.'"

They seem to think that if this doesn't happen now, mankind will cease. Well, I guess you'll be laughing when they get all this stuff done to "prevent" climate change and the climate continues to change anyway!
12/09/09 @ 23:39
Comment from: OGRE / (Jeff) [Member] Email
Me and My Giant Dollar Store GlassesRe: Hollie

They seem to think that if this doesn't happen now, mankind will cease. Well, I guess you'll be laughing when they get all this stuff done to "prevent" climate change and the climate continues to change anyway!

They (those at the Copenhagen conference) know that the man has nothing to do with climate change. The reason that this might be their last chance, is because other people (U.S. citizens) are catching on to the fact that Man Caused Global Warming / Climate Change is a hoax!

This has nothing to do with Climate Change and everything to do with soaking the U.S. for money!

If you read one of my earlier posts you would know that China, who leads the world in power sector carbon emissions, is not "required" to do anything per the Kyoto Protocol, or this new Copenhagen B.S.!

Remember that video you showed me? I think Cliff linked to it on Facebook. The one where they show all of the garbage, waste, and plundering of "poor" nations. Now do you see why it is propaganda? That video was designed to make children (U.S. children) feel guilty, so when we transfer large portions of our wealth over seas to these "developing nations" we will feel compelled to do so.

The part missing from the video is that these "developing nations" are demanding money from us! This whole "Climate Change" thing is about the transfer of wealth from the U.S. and other "rich" nations to those "poor" nations of the world.

Now perhaps you have no problem with that. I don't know. Just consider this. If any of this were in the U.S. or the world's best interest; why use a hoax to try and convince people of its necessity? If any of what is being said is true, why would people need lie to bring it about?

12/10/09 @ 08:16

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