“Green New Deal” proposed as latest elitist scam to exploit financial crisis, create building blocks for world government
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, March 19, 2009
You won’t find them calling it by that name, but the “New Green Deal” being proposed by the Obama administration, as well as U.N. environment agency head Achim Steiner, is nothing more than a global warming tax designed to further castrate U.S. sovereignty and geld Americans to accept increasingly centralized global regulations.
“Investments of $750 billion could create a “Green New Deal” to revive the world economy and protect the environment, perhaps aided by a tax on oil, the head of the U.N. environment agency said on Thursday,” reports Reuters.
Steiner’s warning that “the opportunity must not be lost,” to introduce such measures echoes the mantra of Obama, Hillary Clinton and others of the need to exploit the financial crisis to put in place the building blocks of world government.
Steiner said the U.N. would need funds to “fight global warming” and that one means of acquiring them would be by “taxing oil in rich nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.”
Accepting the premise that such a tax would inevitably be passed on to consumers, Steiner claimed, “It would be almost, if not totally, unnoticed by the consumer,” he said, especially since oil prices have fallen from more than $140 a barrel at mid-2008 peaks to about $40.”
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And what about when oil is back up to $140 and beyond once the inevitable whirlwind of hyperinflation kicks in due to the Federal Reserve’s latest announcement to flood the financial system with a further $1 trillion dollars? Naturally, such a tax would be minimal at first, but once the U.N. has got its foot in the door and is directly taxing U.S. citizens at the gas pump, God only knows where we could end up.
Overarching this entire fraud is the fact that, as we have exhaustively documented for years, the notion of man-made global warming is a contrived scam promulgated by the very people who stand to benefit to the tune of trillions if a climate change tax was introduced. Since the earth’s climate has never stopped changing throughout eons of pre-human history, rest assured that a healthy supply of doomsday scenarios will always be on hand with which to fleece us, whether we’re baking in a cauldron or shivering under the onset of a new ice age.
Exactly how much do they eventually want to squeeze out of the already battered and bruised taxpayer?
The IPCC’s own figures state that it would cost about $100 trillion to avert 1 degree Celsius of global warming through reducing CO2 emissions, even if you believe that man-made climate change is a reality.
$100 trillion dollars – that’s around $333,000 thousand dollars for every living American. Even if you apply it to every living person on the planet, it’s still around $16,000 thousand dollars each. Doesn’t sound like that would be an “unnoticed” amount does it? I would certainly notice if $16,000 left my bank account as an indulgence tax payment for my “sin” of contributing to global warming.
This article was posted: Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 12:58 pm