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Climate Change Being Used to Push Mass Migration Agenda

As the media presents the only two presidential candidates America will be allowed to choose from in 2012, there is other news out there that is being implanted into the American psyche at the same time. I talked recently about climate fraud being alive and well, and if the trillions of dollars being asked for doesn’t raise a red flag and expose the agenda, then I don’t know what will. Thousands of hacked e-mails from the University of East Anglia exposed the fraud a few years back, but not only did it not go away, it has exposed another prong in the agenda. Politically and logistically, redistributing wealth is a daunting task on an international level. But what if everybody was in the same place? Or at least the same region of the world? That’s the latest plan. To not only redistribute wealth, but to redistribute populations.

As the United Nations hosts climate fraud talks in Durban, they simultaneously are hosting migration fraud talks in Paris. The Global Migration Group, (GMG), an organization made up of 14 United Nations agencies are sounding their own alarm bell in regards to climate change, and their solution is to flood so-called rich countries with the poorest of the poor.

Their rhetoric includes tales of lost territories from flooding, and unlivable lands due to desertification-all courtesy of man-made climate change. This, in their analysis, would necessitate mass migration of large segments of the global population to safer areas, which coincidentally happen to be the same aforementioned rich countries. Staggering coincidence.

Of course, through the reams of BS pumped out by the U.N., eventually the real agenda shows itself, and the GMG showed their hand as well.

The GMG urged states to adopt “human rights and human development-oriented” measures to improve the lives of those exposed to the effects of climate change and increase their resilience to it.

“In the long term, states may wish to review existing legal instruments and policy framework to identify possible new solutions to the situation of those who move in relation to climate change,” the group said.

Human rights. Remember, the State Department came up with a U.N. report in which they attacked Arizona and SB 1070 for human rights violations. Human development-oriented. That would be your redistribution right there. To improve lives you know…

Then they get into rewriting the immigration laws of sovereign nations. Review existing legal instruments. Immigration laws. So that’s it. Amnesty and redistribution of wealth. Remember, the U.N. already said that it will take $45 trillion to fix this problem.

I realize that not all countries have the resources of a United States. Not that we’re using them all, but we have them. That is a very small number though. Most countries have a wealth of resources and would and could be rich-if they weren’t so corrupt.

But if the agenda is one world government, the outdated notion of prosperous nation states is a threat, logistically and ideologically. So while John Boehner sits idle while the United States continues to fund its own demise, the U.N. agenda continues unimpeded, with the knowledge that we have a weak-kneed congress and a friend in the White House.

14 comments to Climate Change Being Used to Push Mass Migration Agenda

  • Most countries have a wealth of resources and would and could be rich-if they weren’t so corrupt.

    Yes. Countries like Mexico that are so rich in resources are pillaged by their heads of government. Every election one sees the newly elected president is middle class, however he leaves at the end of his term a multimillionaire.

    Integrity, what happened to that word?

  • Barb Hartwell

    Europe is having a-lot of the same problems we are with middle eastern immigrants What I read was They will try top get to Italy or France and the government ends up using their resources to take care of them until people in the UK pays their way to England and they are home free. It`s totally bazzarro world we are living in. The money they spend trying to fight terrorism and they allow this crap. I don`t know if any of you have been to Vancouver BC but their middle eastern community makes our San Francisco China Town look small. They have truckers coming in to Washington State all the time and nobody seems to care. I am not a bigot and I believe many Muslims are good people, but it does concern me that nobody seems to question this.

  • Well, Barb, you see Homeland security at work. It’s not an exaggeration to say that we’re almost defenseless. There were 19 hijackers on 911. How many thugs do you think are here now?

    • Barb Hartwell

      Including our own I do not know. I do know that crime is up though and I think it will get worse. When I first moved to the Pacific NW it was such a good place to live Now there is a shooting and home break ins everyday on the local news I think people are desperate (No excuse) for cash some actually apologizing to the people they are robbing. How did it get this way. My theory is when you flood a country with more people than jobs they end up fighting each-other for scraps that is thrown to them.

      • That’s funny. The “statistics” say crime is down. Of course, any real person, in a real city can tell you that isn’t true. I agree, I think it will get worse.

  • Looks like Obama is going to get around the Climate Bill that the Senate would refuse to approve. He will agree to a tax on International travel.Excluding Europe, and a tax on goods and services we export. Thanks Obummer.I have the story over at my place..

  • Barb Hartwell

    I don`t believe it`s the presidents fault, this has been going on for years and nothing is being done about it. The only way to make changes is to get people to understand the problems, and concerns. I am afraid of an America that is offering less opportunities to me and my kids as my parents had. The wealthy in this country are getting breaks as so many Americans are losing everything. Is it too much to ask for A job that pays a wage to save for a home and a little extra. I worked in manufacturing for 30 years and picked up skills and was a dedicated employee. When they laid me off I was 52 years old. I was told I made too much money 13.50 an hour I watched over the years as the older people retired with dignity and pensions and I always thought I would be one of them one day. Until I do retire I will work at jobs making less than I did 20 years ago while manufacturing is done in Asia just because some rich guy needed to be richer. When is enough enough

    • There is some greed Barb, but at the same time, many companies are forced to outsource because their competitors already have. They either cut those costs or go out of business. Yes, it has been going on for years and I laid into George Bush over this thing. But Obama is here now, and he’s not helping at all. He, as many others do, deserve the criticism. For Obama though, he’s in a position to do something about it. Still waiting…

      • Barb Hartwell

        Well he is a Democrat and he would not be the one to do it He would lose his base even if he wanted to. No immigration needed to be dealt with by the Republicans. Yes companies do need to compete, but they did this to themselves once one started it snowballed and now look at the situation our country is in. It started with greed and they are making record profits almost obscene money and won`t bring it back home. I find this very un- American.

        • There you have it. They wouldn’t be record profits if they brought it back home.

          • Barb Hartwell

            They hurt Americans and support other countries Can you see that this is wrong? It only makes America the same as third world countries maybe not yet but it is heading that way.

  • Anne Jacobsen

    Hello and thank you for this article. So-called environmentally induced migration is multi-level problem. According to Essam El-Hinnawi definition form 1985 environmental refugees as those people who have been forced to leave their traditional habitat, temporarily or permanently, because of a marked environmental disruption (natural or triggered by people) that jeopardised their existence and/or seriously affected the quality of their life. The fundamental distinction between `environmental migrants` and `environmental refugees` is a standpoint of contemporsry studies in EDPs.

    According to Bogumil Terminski it seems reasonable to distinguish the general category of environmental migrants from the more specific (subordinate to it) category of environmentally displaced people.

    According to Norman Myers environmental refugees are “people who can no longer gain a secure livelihood in their homelands because of drought, soil erosion, desertification, deforestation and other environmental problems, together with associated problems of population pressures and profound poverty”.





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