World Government Aim of UN Climate Talks:

Posted by Lyndon V Bechtel on Sunday, December 12, 2010 Under: Politics Exposed

The following is excerpted from OneNewsNow, Dec. 8, 2010: “Two prominent experts on climate science and policy are in Cancun, Mexico this week to challenge a U.N. conference on global warming. The Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) is making an appearance at this year's United Nations Conference of the Parties. Lord Christopher Monckton, who has held positions with the British government and press, is there on behalf of the group. ‘They've abandoned what they tried to do last year at Copenhagen, which was to impose a U.N. world government with unlimited powers to control all markets in the name of saving the planet,’ he tells of the talks thus far. ... Monckton references last year's ‘Copenhagen draft treaty of September 15th, where at paragraph 38 of annex one, it was explicitly stated that a world government was their aim.’ Those efforts were discovered and later publicized in both Canada and the United States, which caused the U.N. to back off. However, he says the conference is now working to achieve that same goal, but this time from a different angle. ‘There are many different documents reflecting those decisions, each of them hundreds of pages long,’ the climate science expert reports. ‘There are lots of complicated acronyms. It's all clearly designed to conceal a bid by a small group of bureaucrats within the U.N. for absolute world domination.’ Dr. Roy Spencer, a climatologist, author, and former NASA scientist, is also appearing on behalf of CFACT, and though he and Monckton both agree that the world has warmed at times, the questions of how much and why remain up for debate.”

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