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How much carbon do volcanoes spew into the air?  It doesn’t matter – apparently if we give the UN $1.4 billion dollars a year for carbon trading, they’ll make it go away and magically make mother nature cool it by 1.5 degrees!

Even though New Zealand has the worst level of homelessness in the developed world, we’re committed to giving the UN $1.4 billion per year for carbon trading!  Even though I don’t particularly like President Trump, I applaud him for getting the United States out of the UN Paris rort Agreement.

Trump got the US out of that agreement because it’s a bad deal.  It’s a scam where developed Nations pay over one billion per year to assist developing countries in reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and “developing” nations like China and India get a free ride.

I wonder how many New Zealanders know that $1,400,000,000 is being sent offshore, never to be seen again?  We might as well dump that money in the volcano’s crater.

The UN should give New Zealand our money back.  That money, obtained by fraud, was promised for housing – and now we’ll need even more because of the extra refugees that socialist prime minister Jacinda Adern is bringing in.

There’s so much we could spend it on – things like humane pest control, cleaning up old landfills, transport, building apprenticeships and affordable homes.

This is from Newshub.  Read it and weep.

New Zealand to spend $14 billion to meet Paris Agreement targets:

“Newshub can reveal the cost to the New Zealand economy to meet Paris Agreement targets will be $1.4 billion every year for a decade.

But that money won’t be spent on reducing New Zealand’s domestic emissions – it’ll go towards paying other countries to reduce their emissions.

In documents released under the Official Information Act, a briefing to Judith Collins on her first day as Energy Minister says the cost to the economy of buying international carbon units to offset our own emissions will be $14.2 billion over 10 years.

Carbon trading is the process of buying and selling permits and credits to emit carbon dioxide.

In the documents, officials say “this represents a significant transfer of wealth overseas…”


When will New Zealand blow it’s top over this?  We should.  We can’t do much about ‘Acts of God,’ but we should be able to hold the people who are not acting in New Zealand’s best interests – people like corrupt bankers and socialist UN Shills to account.  The trouble is, the damage they do only emerges after they’ve gone on to high-ranking positions for the banks or UN.  New Zealand is left picking up the pieces while getting used to “a new normal.”

Volcanos, literal and figurative


Related posts

WITHDRAWING FROM PARIS AGREEMENT HELPS THE POOR

WHO WANTS TO BE A CARBON TRILLIONAIRE?

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How much C02 does a volcano spew?  It’s unknown.  Another known unknown – volcanic outgassing of CO2

How much money does the UN want for CO2?  Trillions.  UN: Nobody is doing Enough to Limit CO2 Emissions

How much will it cost NZ?  New Zealand to spend $14 billion to meet Paris Agreement targets

How bad is NZ’s homeless problem?  NZ’s homelessness the worst in OECD – by far

Protests caused by failed energy policies at Santiago, this year’s UN venue

The United Nations Climate Change Conferences are conferences held each year in various locations, where thousands of officials, NGOs and politicians jet in with their fossil-fuel guzzling planes.  I note from the “Conference of the Parties” website they present a “Fossil of the Day” award to shame any country burning coal or not meeting it’s UN targets – but they can’t see the irony.

But this time I’m not talking about hypocrisy, I’m going to talk about the effects of UN Goal 13 – Climate Action.

This year, right now – from the 2nd to 13th December 2019, the UN conference was going to take place in Santiago, Chile.  The reason it’s not is massive protests and rioting caused by failed energy policies.

How a $0.04 metro fare price hike sparked massive unrest in Chile. Source: Vox

How a $0.04 metro fare price hike sparked massive unrest in Chile. Source: Vox

Demonstrations against a hike in metro ticket prices in Chile’s capital exploded into violence on October 18, unleashing widening protests over living costs and social inequality.

Here’s the reason for the price hike in living and metro costs: in 2018 the Chilean government, in a step towards achieving the country’s climate action targets, opted for expensive wind and solar to power most of Santiago Metro’s energy sources.

As a result, Chileans are now burdened by higher Metro fares reflecting unnecessary energy price hikes.

Chile does not lack natural resources – they could have used water and coal, but this is a no-no as far the UN is concerned.  The country cancelled two power projects because of aggressive opposition, one a coal-fired plant and the other a hydro-electric scheme.  These cancelled projects cost Chile billions.

Former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet (from 2006 to 2010 and 2014 to 2018) called it “a pioneering project of the entire world.”  Chilean engineer Douglas Pollock said, “She was probably right because I don’t know of any other country which has done such nonsense.  Electricity cost for the subway rose 210%.”

The government also hit the portion of conventional power that remained with new carbon dioxide taxes.  Just like France.

Vox reported that 50 percent of Chilean workers earn less than 400,000 pesos per month (roughly $550), making a small change to public transportation costs a plausible breaking point.

Results: riots.  This is the effect of climate alarmism, carbon ideology and governments that are UN-concerned with their people.  The green policies introduced there have proved so disastrous and unpopular that Chile is in flames.

It seems Chile’s been getting the wrong things into power.  Is it time to get out of the UN and find leaders that don’t serve the UN or its partner the World Bank?

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An aerial view of a burnt metro station in Santiago. Source: NDTV Metro Stations Burned, Buses Set On Fire In Chile’s Worst Riots In Years.


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United Nations Climate Change conference

Chile’s largest metro network to be powered by solar and wind

Expensive Climate Policies Sparked The Chilean Riots, Just Like In France

Green Policies Are Turning Chile Into Venezuela

“Chilean engineer Douglas Pollock (he has an ancestor buried in Westminster Abbey but despite the name, he is very much a Chilean) spoke with tears in his eyes as he outlined the terrible damage that environmentalism has done to his country in such a short space of time.

“You can hear Douglas talk about the tragedy that has befallen his country in the interview above.  You can also find his speech, in which he talks in more detail about the damage done by green policy to Chile’s economy here.

Nice one, greenies. You have no claim to the moral high ground. What you are doing to the planet is pure evil.”


UN goal 5 is ‘Gender equality’ and goal 8 is ‘Decent work and economic growth: ‘Buy from green companies that are equal opportunity employers.’ 

How did that work out for Chile?

After leaving the presidency in 2010 and while not immediately reelectable, Michelle Bachelet was appointed the first executive director of the newly created United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.

It seems the current president, oligarch Sebastián Piñera is no better,  he was unconcernedly eating at a pizza restaurant during the Santiago riot.  His lapses, errors and inconveniences have been labelled “piñericosas” in Chile.
“Chile burns and he eats pizza”: storm against president Pinera

The UN-sustainable Prince

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The Prince of Wales addressed the issue of environment during his royal visit to NZ

Prince Charles has been out here in New Zealand again, I don’t know why.  He was only here three years ago.  Here he is in November 2019, lecturing on the effects of a ‘human spending spree’ of earth’s resources.  I wish a reporter would step up and ask ‘who’s doing the spending?’

Charles offered the usual pessimism, doom and gloom, “a tipping point,” wanting us to “take less, make less and dispose of less,” warning us we only have ten years to do it.  In 2011 we were warned it was six years.  It gets old after a while.

Prince Charles issues stark climate change warning

Is Charles going to do with less?  I don’t think he was talking about himself or his family.

Prince Charles to visit New Zealand: Here’s his remarkable travel demands revealed

Prince Charles – Hypocrite

How often do you hear about “climate change” or “global warming” on the news?  Can you remember when you first started hearing about it?

Fifty years ago it wasn’t a thing. In the 1970’s we were being warned about “an ice age,” we were told to only have two children and it was predicted we’d run out of food. So I’ve heard it all before.  It’s a political agenda designed to scare the public into a new world order.

Of course we’ve got to look after the environment.  But this isn’t about the environment.

Joan Veon, a committed Christian, international journalist, and businesswoman attended more than 100 United Nations and UN-related meetings all over the world and reported on the links between the Technocrats and the UN.

Joan Veon tells how she received her “wake up call” when she learned that the super-rich elite of the world have been feverishly working to establish a “One World Government” through a multitude of “international” institutions.

How often do you hear the term “sustainable development?”  When the term was formulated in 1990 Prince Charles commended those who came up with it for getting the term into everyone’s vocabulary.

Joan Veon wrote an article called ‘Sustainable development, Agenda 21 and Prince Charles’, showing how Prince Charles kicked the ball off.

She also wrote a book about his activities.

In April 1991, fourteen months before Agenda 21 was initiated at Rio, Prince Charles held a private two-day conference aboard the royal yacht Britannia, moored off the coast of Brazil. His goal was to bring together key international figures in an attempt to unite them at the Rio Earth Summit.

On board his yacht were senior officials from the World Bank, chief executives from the big oil companies such as Shell and British Petroleum, key NGOs and other officials. Some of them were energy traders. Al Gore was also present.

They invented the term ‘global warming’ in 1992 and the term was used at the initiation of Agenda 21 in Rio.

“Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work air conditioning, and suburban hosuing are not sustainable.” – Maurice Strong, Earth Summit director at the inititation of Agenda 21 in Rio, 1992.


Energy Trading

Do you know what ‘Emissions Trading’ or cap-and-trade is?  It’s Energy trading – an exchange where polluters can buy permits for their pollution.  Polluters must hold permits in an amount equal to their emissions.  Those who want to increase their emissions must buy permits from others willing to sell them.

Then the merchants graduated to making money out of the air by labelling C02 a pollutant, even though it’s a harmless gas that makes up just 0.058% of the atmosphere.

So it’s money for nothing – like the Pope selling indulgences as licenses to sin.  Before graduating to C02 the traders started by buying pollution permits for coal-fired power stations.  With this kind of thing, there’s enormous potential for moral risk from greed.   Do you know about the scandal of an energy trading company called Enron?

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Palace defends prince’s Enron link

“The close links between Charles and Enron came amid dramatic new evidence of the way the company bought its way into the highest echelons of the British Establishment.”  Prince Charles took £1m off Enron


Sustainability?

In 2007 Prince Charles set up The Prince’s Rainforests Project (PRP) in the UK.  The project is working with governments, businesses and non-profit organisations around the world to quickly find solutions to deforestation, with the ambition of “making the trees worth more alive than dead.”

That’s good.  Actually, it’s great. 

Britain Rainforest Prince

So why on God’s green earth did the Duchy of Cornwall, the Prince’s private estate, invest $113,500 in Sustainable Forestry Management Ltd, a “carbon credits” company based in Bermuda?  Sustainable Forestry wanted to trade in carbon credits from rainforests.  That means paying money to harvest rainforest trees. 

They weren’t allowed to, so they started to lobby politicians.  Prince Charles also made speeches criticising existing regulations and calling for a change in the rules to allow trading in rainforest carbon credits.  Why would he set himself up to be the conservator of rainforests and then try to have that protection removed?  What does that tell us?

Paradise Papers: Prince Charles’s offshore investments revealed – BBC News

Prince Charles ‘lobbied for climate policy change without disclosing offshore financial interest’


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Minutes, Sustainable Forestry 2005,  with mention of the ‘Green Planet Tax shelter.’

More about his lifestyle, and his opinions:

What Prince Charles Doesn’t Want You to Know about His Lavish Lifestyle

“Charles has an overweening sense of privilege and entitlement, born of many years of being pampered with a level of personal service and comfort that have securely insulated him from the realities of normal life. He also has annoying habit, as The Economist recently noted, of “sounding off about a wide range of subjects about which he has more opinions than knowledge.”

… And his hypocrisy

Prince Charles flew 125miles in a helicopter to give speech on aircraft emissions

ID2020, the Global Digital ID

Thirty years ago our government tried to foist an ID card on New Zealand citizens. The IMF and NZ politician Jenny Shipley were behind that attempt, but TV3 News did it’s job, and warned the public. The ID card was scrapped after public outrage – just as it had been in Australia.

So what’s happening nowadays? Besides the fact that the news media no longer serves the public?

Did you know there’s a global digital ID being planned for everyone?

Our Manifesto | ID2020

So who is this group, the ID2020 Alliance?

“ID2020, a US-registered non-profit based in New York, NY, is the Secretariat for the ID2020 Alliance, a public-private partnership that is ‘maximizing the potential of digital ID to improve lives.'”

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A high level meeting of ID2020 employees. Notice the interesting object hanging on the far wall of the United Nations Council chamber.

ID2020 is a diverse lot of stakeholders. Bill Gates is a founding member. UN agencies, NGOs, governments, and enterprises are all very invested in developing this. It’s being foisted on vulnerable people like the refugees and homeless first.

The stakeholders are a mix of UN agencies, Blockchain companies, financial services to the developing world, vaccine makers, biometrics companies, refugee agencies, and lawyers.

Some of the stakeholders give me pause – like the UN’s ICC (International Computing Centre), Microsoft and the Rockefeller Foundation.

Bearing in mind the Rockefeller Foundation are involved in this, I have included a link from an interview with Aaron Russo which I believe is relevant now.

Aaron Russo was friends with Nick Rockefeller who wanted to recruit him for the Council on Foreign Relations during the tenure of their friendship. There’s a warning in this 10 minute clip from Russo about the end goal, “to get us all chipped.”

Rockefeller Reveals 9 11 FRAUD and New World Order to Aaron Russo


The Bible warns in Revelation 13:16-17 of a future where everyone will be forced to take a mark in order to buy and sell.

We’re not there yet, but I believe this is a precursor to that mark.


Blockchain

ID2020 will be sold to the rest of us as a secure online ID because it uses blockchain, a technology that can’t be tampered because it’s stored in different locations. The blockchain can’t be tampered with, right?

Why Accenture’s Plan to ‘Edit’ the Blockchain Is a Big Deal.

ID2020 Stakeholders

We’re told this is a mix of private-public-partnerships. These are used by governments for building infrastructure. Joan Veon, a journalist who attended over 100 UN meetings concerning world government wrote about PPPs. She said, before passing away in 2010 “I have seen world government in action and it is here, now.”

Here are some of the entities involved.

Accenture: think artificial intelligence, blockchain, robotics, drones with computer vision and virtual reality.

Microsoft and Accenture Unveil Global ID System for Refugees

GAVI is the Vaccine Alliance, focusing their vaccines right now on the third world.

IDEO.og – customer service for refugees.

ICC – Information Technology and Communications (ICT) services within the United Nations System. 

iRespond – Digital identity for everyone on the planet.

KIVA – Financial Services

Simprints Simprints is a nonprofit biometrics company that is building an affordable, secure, rugged, open-source fingerprint system that works in the world’s toughest settings. They are working with Gavi.

Links

ID2020 and partners launch program to provide digital ID with vaccines

ID2020 Alliance

ID2020 Alliance’ Will Combine Vaccinations & Implantable ID Microchips

Microsoft and Jio: Accelerating India’s digital progress

Microsoft and Accenture Unveil Global ID System for Refugees

Accenture, ID2020: Digital Identity

Nick Rockefeller:

His securities practice includes litigation before the United States Supreme Court and a number of his transactions have been featured in leading periodicals. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the International Insitutute of Strategic Studies, the Advisory Board of RAND, the Pacific Council on International Policy, the Committee on Foreign Relations in Los Angeles, the Western Justice Center, and has served as a participant in the World Economic Forum and the Aspen Institute. He is a member of the Board of Visitors of the Law Schools of the University of Oregon and Pepperdine University and is active in the affairs of his alma mater, Yale University. He recently chaired a panel at the United Nations on E-Commerce and is a co-author of “Economic Strategy and National Security”.

Nicholas’ China practice includes transactions with China’s largest banks, energy companies, communications entities and real estate enterprises as well as with China’s principal cities and leading provinces. He was chosen as a board member of the Central China Construction and Development Commission and as a director of the Xiwai International School of Shanghai International University. He has appeared numerous times on CCTV and other China media.

Nicholas is a graduate of Yale University and of Yale Law School.

ID2020 Network:

ID2020 – Government-Issued IDs – Global Governance.

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Withdrawing from Paris Agreement helps the poor

Whatever we feel about Trump, I heartily agree with him keeping his election promise in pulling the US out of that Paris Climate rort, and wish my country would do the same.  Why?  This rotten deal is nothing but U.N. wealth redistribution. 

NZ is a small nation of 4 million people, yet we are going to spend 1.4 billion dollars  per year on this rort  Enron type agreement.  It’s money we don’t have!  I know because last year the government talked about borrowing a billion to build badly needed housing.

People in NZ ask, to who our wealth would be going?  It seems the United Nations Green Climate Fund.  Who is in that?

Do you think the third world governments, dictators and crony capitalists like Al Gore really give a stuff about the environment?

One of the projects was a dam in Nepal, where they want to generate electricity for export to energy-hungry India.  Nepal and China-based Zhejiang Hydropower Construction and Installation Co will get the money, and India will get the power – at the cost of the environment and other nations.

Ironically, green groups are against the dams.  Well, they shouldn’t have supported the climate hysteria which is enabling this wealth heist.
Green groups condemn UN plan to use $136m from climate fund for large dams
Here’s why we should demand that our governments get out of this deal,

  1. The Paris agreement raises energy prices
  2. Regulations promulgated under the aegis of the Paris Agreement increase prices and harms the economy.
  3. The Paris Agreement redistributes wealth from taxpayers to international corporations and less developed nations.

This blog article puts the case very concisely.
Care About The Poor? Why Withdrawing From Paris Agreement Helps Those Most Vulnerable
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this, for and against.

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Elderly man who can only afford to heat himself with one bar of the heater, UK. Will the leaders who went to Paris be living like that?

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New Zealand to spend $14 billion to meet Paris Agreement targets


 

Who wants to be a carbon trillionaire?

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https://steemit.com/climate/@corbettreport/who-wants-to-be-a-carbon-trillionaire Eat your heart out, Al Gore. Being a carbon billionaire is so passé now that we’re in the age of the $100 trillion climate swindle. So the real question is who (or at least which corporate front) will be the first carbon trillionaire? Will it be a carbon eugenics promoting Rockefeller or a global government […]