When is Global Warming Enough?

April 6, 2012 05:07

The scientists attending the Planet under Pressure conference in London “put out a statement calling for humans to be packed into denser cities so that the rest of the planet can be surrendered to Mother Nature.”


By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh


It depends who you ask. Professor Kari Norgaard from Oregon University thinks, “If you don’t believe in climate change you must be sick.” If you are a skeptic of global warming, you are a racist. Overcoming this challenge, she continued in a paper presented at the Planet under Pressure Conference in London, March 24-29, 2012, is similar to overcoming “racism or slavery in the south.”


Yale University Professor Karen Seto, who also attended the conference, told MSNBC: “We certainly don’t want them [humans] strolling about the entire countryside. We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together.] In her view, humans are foreign to nature, we pollute it, we corrupt it, and eventually destroy it.


The scientists attending the Planet under Pressure conference in London “put out a statement calling for humans to be packed into denser cities so that the rest of the planet can be surrendered to Mother Nature.” (UK Daily Mail)


“Cultural resistance to accepting humans as being responsible for climate change must be recognized and treated as an aberrant sociological behavior.” (UK Daily Mail)


Even Rush Limbaugh spent a segment on his April 2 show, talking about “environmentalist wackos” who teach “impressionable young skulls full of mush,” and, “they’re coming out of Oregon University believing this. And if they are not challenged anywhere the rest of their life they’re going to believe this anywhere they go, and some of these students end up at the EPA or end up in a Democrat administration either at the statehouse level or at the presidential level. This is what passed for science education for over ten years now, and it is not science. It’s pure politics. It’s pure politics disguised as science.”


Rush continued, “I looked at this woman’s bio. I wanted to find out a little about her. ‘I enjoy being outdoors, especially hiking, whitewater rafting, kayaking, skiing, both telemark and cross-country. Pretty much any excuse I can get to sleep on the ground.’ So it’s okay for her to go out and enjoy nature, but not the rest of us. It’s fine for her because she’s sensitive and understands, and she knows not to trample on the twigs or whatever it is she knows not to damage when she’s out there. Anyway, it all adds up to centralized command-and-control power, federal government getting bigger. This woman would support that to deny people the right to go into whatever she thinks is nature. Look, it’s lunacy. But she’s teaching students. They’re a dime a dozen, these people.  They’re all over the place.”


It would be nice if it were just about the federal government getting bigger. It is the one world government plan headed by the United Nations with its Agenda 21 and the Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development. It is about spreading the wealth of developed nations to developing nations, including technology, with stated disregard for patent rights and private property.


Case in point, Professor Richard Norgaard of the University of Berkeley presented a paper at the Planet under Pressure Conference on “Reducing Economic Disparity.” It is about “Planetary Stewardship,” “Sustainable Development,” and “Anthropocene,” all concepts developed by a group of academicians.


David Norgaard, Professor of Energy and Resources at the University of California discussed justice for poor countries and “massive ecological debt” that industrialized countries had incurred.


We have gained our position by hurting others.” We need to make the economy work for us. The invisible hand (of the market) needs to be told where to go. Once it’s told where to go the invisible hand will work very well – and so it’s not a critique of markets, it’s a critique of markets that tell us how we live rather than setting markets up to help us live the way we want to live.”


I think Adam Smith would be rolling in his grave at the bastardization of his “invisible hand,” the hallmark of successful capitalism, unimpeded by centralized government control. Adam Smith did not include any part of socialism, communism, or spreading the wealth to non-producers in his 1776 book, “The Wealth of Nations.”


Elizabeth Thompson, Executive Coordinator of Rio+20 in June 2012, and former Minister of Energy and Environment of Barbados, was asked if decision-makers were ready to act:


The level of dialogue is broadening, because all over the world people have marched in relation to current conditions, because people have occupied Wall Street and other locations, because there has been an Arab Spring. And all of it has been saying: let us have sustainable development – we want development but we want it to be sustainable; we want a larger share in democracy and how we are governed.”

I am not sure Americans want democracy and chaos, we saw how well that worked in Greece and the Middle East, especially the ginned up takeover of Egypt by the Muslim Brotherhood. We are a Constitutional Republic and we certainly do not want UN Agenda 21 with its Sustainable Development and Smart Growth plans that rob citizens of their proprietary rights, self-determination, and sovereignty.

Ban Ki-moon, the UN Secretary General, delivered a video message at the Planet under Pressure conference on the new initiative Future Earth, the contract between science and society. He said, “Scientific advice is sometimes unclear or even contradictory. Scientists themselves often work in silos, ignoring broader factors.” But, “I am also ready to work with the scientific community on the launch of a large-scale scientific initiative.” I am scratching my head when I read these contradictory statements.


The conference introduced a new scientific term, “nitrogen footprint.” Will Steffen informed the conference attendees on the first day, “the nitrogen cycle has been even more disturbed than the carbon cycle.” Sybil Seitzinger, Executive Director of International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme, announced in her summary of the proceedings, “The nitrogen footprint of the conference had been reduced by 30 percent through actions taken by the organizers to lower the meat content of the catering facilities and to promote waste efficiency by the use of food bags.” Nitrogen occurs in all living organisms, primarily in amino acids. “The human body contains about 3 percent by weight of nitrogen, the fourth most abundant element after oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen. Nitrogen resides in the chemical structure of almost all neurotransmitters, and is a defining component of alkaloids, biological molecules produced as secondary metabolites by many organisms.” (Encyclopedia)


Aside from the fact that liberals are ignoring the truth that water, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and sunlight are the building blocks of life, where will the food come from if we are all moved into high-rise, high-density cities in order to give land back to wilderness. Where and how will we grow enough food? Perhaps that is one of the desired consequences, culling the herd through starvation.


December 2011, the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change released its report on global food security and published recommendations for the Durban climate conference. The title of the report was “Achieving Food Security in the Face of Climate Change.”
The climate change/global warming hoax must now be closely associated and connected with the planning, growing, and distribution of food under the United Nations guidance and supervision.


“Consensus is growing we have driven the planet into a new epoch, the Anthropocene, in which many Earth system processes are now dominated by human activities.” (State of the Planet) Whose “consensus” might that be, the academic ruling elite of the United Nations?


Politician, public servant, scientist or citizen, community or company, we are the shareholders of Earth Incorporated.” (Elizabeth Thompson) Who formed this one-world-company, Earth Incorporated? Was it third world nations at the United Nation with its 3,000 “experts” in climate change, environmental geo-engineering, international governance, the future of oceans and biodiversity, global trade, development, poverty alleviation, and food security?


Dr. Mark Stafford Smith, conference co-chair of Planet under Pressure said, “But we need to provide more open access to knowledge, we need to move away from Gross Domestic Product as the only measure of progress, and we need a new way of working internationally that is fit for the 21st century.”


Translating his statement, we must adopt UN Agenda 21 goal of creating a UN Sustainable Development Council to integrate social, economic, and environmental policy at the global level (one world government), steal intellectual property, private property, one set of rules for global sustainability for all nations, regardless of national boundaries, and the taking of wealth in the form of property, land use and water use.


Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh ( Romanian Conservative) is a freelance writer (usACTIONnews.com, Canada Free Press, Romanian Conservative), author, radio commentator, and speaker. Her book, “Echoes of Communism, is available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Short essays describe health care, education, poverty, religion, social engineering, and confiscation of property. Visit her website, ileanajohnson.com.

Dr. Johnson can be reached at: ileana1959@gmail.com

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