Friday, November 27, 2009

Momentum grows for Copenhagen climate deal

They will not go quietly. They went 'all in' on this fraud and passed the point of no return long ago. It is up to us to force our globalist puppet leaders into submission, to prevent this carbon tax which will cripple our economy and force us into neo-feudalism from being passed, and to prevent our national sovereignty from being eroded and the final solution for depopulation from being implemented. Your story. Your fight. Your life.

Notice that conspicuously absent from this article is any mention of the leaked emails which exposed this whole scheme as the fraud that it is. These are not the droids you were looking for.

    Reuters -

    World leaders on Friday rallied to a diplomatic offensive to forge a U.N. climate deal in Copenhagen next month and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said an agreement was "within reach".

    Ban, and Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen who will host the December 7-18 U.N. climate talks, hailed what they portrayed as a growing international momentum toward a pact to curb greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming.

    "Our common goal is to achieve a firm foundation for a legally binding climate treaty as early as possible in 2010. I am confident that we are on track to do this," Ban told a summit of Commonwealth leaders in Trinidad and Tobago.

    "Each week brings new commitments and pledges -- from industrialized countries, emerging economies and developing countries alike," he added.

    "An agreement is within reach ... We must seal a deal in Copenhagen," Ban said. He, Rasmussen and French President Nicloas Sarkozy attended the summit of the 53-nation Commonwealth as special guests to lobby on Friday for international consensus on a climate pact.

    Rasmussen said Denmark had received an "overwhelmingly positive" response to its invitation to world leaders to attend the talks next months. "More than 85 heads of state and government have told us they are coming to Copenhagen, and many are still positively considering," he said.

    He urged major developed countries to deliver firm commitments on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to "put figures on the table" for "up-front" financing to help poor nations combat climate change.

    "The need for money on the table -- that is what we want to achieve in Copenhagen," Rasmussen told a news conference later.

    A framework accord in Copenhagen would also need to set a deadline for finalizing a detailed treaty, he told Reuters.

    Rasmussen and Ban welcomed an earlier proposal by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown for the creation of a $10 billion-a-year fund to help developing countries battle the effects of global warming. Brown said such financing should be made available as early as next year, well before any new climate deal takes effect.


    "We face a climate emergency: we cannot wait until 2013 to begin taking action," Brown said.

    Sarkozy, who called for an "ambitious global accord" on climate, also made a similar proposal for what Rasmussen termed a "Copenhagen launch fund" that would quickly channel money to poor states to help them counter global warming and adapt their development models to requirements to reduce carbon pollution.

    Most nations have given up hopes of finalizing a detailed legal climate treaty text in Copenhagen, but prospects for achieving a broad political framework pact have been brightened this week by public promises of greenhouse gas curbs by China and the United States, the world's biggest emitters.

    An upbeat Rasmussen said: "A strong deal -- sealed at the leaders level -- will serve as a clear and detailed guidance for negotiators to quickly finalize a legal framework." Continued...