Why Do World Leaders Support the CO2 Greenhouse Gas Myth?
By Ben Cerruti
September 28, 2009
It is disturbing to hear the President of the United States propagate that which is not true. In his speech to the United Nations last week he advanced the Global Warming/Climate Change myth. At the same time appearing in the New York Times an article by Andrew Revkin contained the fact that "global temperatures have been stable for a decade and may even drop in the next few years." In addition, there are many scientists, meteorologists and weather experts who have debunked the notion that the creation of excessive amounts of carbon dioxide is the cause of global warming if, in fact, it actually exists.
When leaders in all major countries in the world including ours claim there is climate change that has been created by mankind-caused greenhouse gasses our citizens tend to believe them. When they claim that man made carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas and must be reduced markedly people tend to accept that as a fact. In fact, established evidence proves the propaganda which they are conveying is not the truth. Why would our leaders and others in high places lie to us since on the surface there appears no reason to do so? There is a reason and it should be shocking to those who are willing to acknowledge it. Especially since it could lead to the loss of our country's sovereignty. Let's look at some interesting history on this subject.
In a speech to the UN relating to the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change in 2000, French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac said "For the first time, humanity is instituting a genuine instrument of global governance, one that should find a place within the World Environmental Organization which France and the European Union would like to see established." Adding on to this rhetoric was climate change advocate and former VP Al Gore's statement that the proposed Congressional Carbon Cap and Trade bill will help bring about "Global Governance."
Financier and major political campaign donor George Soros (György Schwartz) has been an avid advocate of a strong central international government to correct for the excesses of self-interest. He is also known to speak Esperanto, a universal language, learned from his father. He is also a member of the Tri-Lateral Commission that has had the issue of global governance on its agenda for many years. Founded 40 years ago by David Rockefeller the commission members also include Zbigniew Brzezinski (he called for a world government in his 1970 book "Between Two Ages"), Henry Kissinger, Madeline Albright, George H. Bush, William J. Clinton, Lynn Cheney, Dianne Feinstein, Thomas S. Foley, Richard A. Gephardt, David Gergen, Richard Holbrooke, Brian Mulroney, Charles B. Rangel, John D. Rockefeller IV, Lawrence H. Summers, Paul A. Volcker, William H. Webster, Mortimer B. Zuckerman and other noted national and international persona of various political persuasions.
Aiding and abetting this movement the "Global Warming," recently renamed "Climate Change," that has become a vehicle to create a world wide emergency. What better way to usurp a country's sovereignty than to impose rules and regulations such as those first encompassed in the Endangered Species Act and now being proposed in the Cap and Trade bill. This is an obvious world wide conspiracy that transcends political parties. We have seen this in past months with TV spots showing Newt Gingrich and Nancy Pelosi together supporting the reduction of greenhouse gasses that has to increase one's sense of conspiratorial behavior.
The question arises, why do these people support this movement that has no basis in fact? There is a rational answer. There exists in this world an elite class whom I call the "super rich" that follow an ideology that would minimize the chance of potential chaos caused by disgruntled elements of society. Their intent would be to find a way to eventually establish an international world government. That is their ideology and the result would be loss of our sovereignty and distribution of income and accumulated wealth among the rest of us. Essentially socialism that ends up being a two class system with the upper elite class having the power of the purse controlling the masses.
It must be understood that when our President says he wants to distribute wealth he means distribution of income. The "super rich" accept a relatively high tax rate since it does not effect their wealth from which it is derived and realize it as a political necessity. They have legal means of sheltering wealth from taxation using Charitable Foundations under which they can select Boards of Directors, including themselves and family members and pay them salaries along with expense reimbursements for any activity connected with the operation of the foundation. Their ultimate desire is to protect their wealth and this leads to the support of that which they believe will realize this.
Giving further fodder to the "World Governance" folks is the "economic tsunami" caused by our Federal Reserve System (FED). The mismanagement of the money supply over the last 50 years, and especially since 1999, that has devalued our currency has provided a necessary element to the "World Governance" crowd. This being the need for a single world currency and a central world bank necessary for its full implementation.
The question then arises, what can we in the middle class who are the most vulnerable do to counteract this movement? In my view we must first understand and accept the fact that this conspiracy exists and has been with us for a long time. That it has been incrementally inching its way into our governmental structure. That a large centralized government has eroded the tenets imbued in our country's Constitution. That the self evident truths enunciated in the Declaration of Independence, Life, liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness is under attack.
I believe the most immediate need is to spread the gist of this essay to others in hopes that they will understand the nature of the "Global Governance" conspiracy. Then do everything humanly possible to keep the Health Care Reform and Cap and Trade bills from passing. Following that would be to work in 2010 to depose the majorities of Democrat legislators in Congress
But, the long term goal would be to de-centralize the federal government. The best way to do this would be to repeal the 16th Amendment to the Constitution. Moving the power of the purse back to the States would obviously counter the movement towards a world government. It also would diminish corruption existing at the federal level and rely on the federal government to look towards the individual States and the people living within them for financial needs over and above that derived from sources other than a federal income tax. Complementary actions relate to the eventual elimination of the Federal Reserve System and establishing a sound currency.
Our freedom is under attack, please pass these words on.
Now a senior citizen, Ben Cerruti has been involved in espousing his views in writing for the last 20 plus years in various San Francisco bay area newspapers and has been actively involved in taking positions on ballot measures in writing and on television. He has had extensive correspondence with Milton Friedman, renowned economist and Nobel Laureate that provided him with intimate knowledge of the functions of the Federal Reserve System.