With the Copenhagen convention just six weeks away and the signing of a historically catastrophic treaty looming in the future, the White House is taking no breaks in working on climate bills that compliment the goals of the Climate Change Treaty. The Senate and Obama administration are wanting to modernize the electrical grids, shift away from oil and coal, and work towards cutting America’s greenhouse gas emissions by 20% over 2005 levels by 2020 and encourage the development of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. Which will of course lead to a horrible economic hardship for America in itself. All in the name of a cause that doesn’t exist. And in the foot steps of a treaty that is focused on bringing about a new world government.

There has been talk of President Obama not attending the Copenhagen convention this December because he has his Nobel peace prize to accept. However, it is in the same vicinity and with the administration working so hard on bills that parallel the treaty itself  I find it hard to believe that the President won’t be making a visit after his grand acceptance speech. After all, as a Nobel peace prize recipient, he has a duty to be part of the big Climate Change convention that will change the world forever.

Sources:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/oct/27/obama-administration-environment-climate-change

http://www.prisonplanet.com/prominent-russian-scientist-we-should-fear-a-deep-temperature-drop-not-catastrophic-global-warming.html

https://unconstrainedtruth.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/climate-change-treaty-to-be-signed-to-compromise-us-sovereignty/ (My overview of the Copenhagen convention and Climate Change treaty)

And here is an eye opening article about the “criteria for success” in Copenhagen according to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who stated, “We need to step back from narrow national interest and engage in frank and constructive discussion in a spirit of global common cause.”

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=32721&Cr=climate+change&Cr1=

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