UN head Ban Ki-moon wants world to commit environmental suicide, Bill Gates pushes depopulation

February 1, 2011 07:06

Continuing to push the myth that CO2 is harming the planet, Ki-Moon calls on the world to have a ‘revolution’ and that current economic models are ‘environmental suicide’.

By Michael Whipple, Editor  usACTIONnews.com

Speaking at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011 in Devos Ki-moon seemed desperate to have the world embrace the warming hoax. “We are running out of time. Time to tackle climate change, time to ensure sustainable … growth.” he said. He has been watching too many Al Gore climate horror films.

According to an article in the guardian Microsoft’s Bill Gates said:

‘that “you cannot have a just world by telling people to use less energy than the average European”. One way to cap the world’s consumption and carbon emissions would be to invest in family planning said Gates, who has invested much of his fortune in health projects in the developing world.’ [emphasis added]

So is Bill Gates funding abortion (family planning) around the world? Gates seems not to care too much for human life. In a ‘death panel’ discussion at a different event Gates said he would rather end life early than lay off teachers.

Others continued to opine the world’s refusal to accept the wealth redistribution plan known as climate change:

“I think it is important – and I think Cancún was absolutely correct – to put aside the differences, the blaming one another, but to say ‘How do we move forward together?’ I think that is an approach that we are going to undertake as we move forward, of course working together with the colleagues, acting on their experiences … It proved that, in fact, it works when we are not pointing fingers.  We are all trying to seek solutions.”
– Jacob G. Zuma, President of South Africa

“I call Cancún a big step for the community of nations.
But unfortunately, it’s also at the same time a very small step for the planet.”
Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

The World Economic Forum seems to generate a lot of hot air, a boost for the local economy and a reason for rich elites to feel like they are doing something. But with their continued push for ‘climate change’ and hints at a need for ‘global’ solutions to everything they seem more like elitists trying to seize the ring of world power.

Other highlights from the Devos meeting;

“Clearly, the challenge of the G20 will be to demonstrate that, globally, we can exercise leadership in the interest of the people.  In my view, it should be leadership for the people.  And it shouldn’t be leadership in the name of experts.  That is what I am most concerned about.”
Christine Lagarde, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry of France

When you look at the 21st Century, it’s not ‘Who’s going to replace the United States?’  No one can or will.  The real danger is that no one will.
The United States will be able to accomplish less – we won’t have the necessary partners.  And all things being equal, the world will become a messier place.”
Richard N. Haas, President, Council on Foreign Affairs

“It is very important to have a dialogue on norms and values, and to deal with this issue of global justice.”
Micheline Calmy-Rey, President of the Swiss Confederation and Federal Councillor of Foreign Affairs of the Swiss Confederation

What is the New Economic Reality?

“A world in which 10% is the growth rate of China, and 10% is almost the unemployment rate of the U.S., in which China is very much slowing down the rate of its own currency appreciation, is a world … in which this currency tension can lead to currency wars, and eventually to trade wars and protectionism.”
Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics and International Business, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

“The real issue is … an unwillingness to deal with the real gorilla in the room, which is the US deficit issue. [emphasis added]
Unfortunately, it looks as though we are going to see postponement of dealing with that issue until after the next general election in America in 2012. Goodness knows what the position will be in 2013.”
Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Plc

Michael Whipple, Editor  usACTIONnews.com

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