Aug 11, 2007

UN Climate Process - Monopoly for Future Negotiations?

Swiss Christian magazine factum had published under the title 'Between Hysteria and Hubris' its estimation about how the climate debate is most suitable to address people no matter what their convictions or points of interest are. There seems to be a consensus like never before. Will Greenpeace, Socialists, Liberals and Conservatives unite themselves to fight a lot of hot air?

Lateron, but still before the G8 Summit in Germany, Rolf Hoeneisen wrote about a big danger of countless research programs being evaluated from a materialistic (and atheist) point of view. As a result, the action plans in the area of climate protection could politically mutate into Eco-Fascism. At the same time, the economic participants will take advantage of the situation to earn a lot of money with new products to curb the problems.

Hoeneisen hits the nail on the head because the above is already happening. This is an extract of G8 Summit Declaration (7 June 2007) under the title


We acknowledge that the UN climate process is the appropriate forum for negotiating future global action on climate change. We are committed to moving forward in that forum and call on all parties to actively and constructively participate in the UN Climate Change Conference in Indonesia in December 2007 with a view to achieving a comprehensive post 2012-agreement (post Kyoto-agreement) that should include all major emitters.

By putting their signature under this declaration, the U.S. backed off from their original plan to undermine the UN process on climate change. Seems like this is another brick in the wall of the New World Government.

No comments: