MILLINOCKET, Maine, March 9, 2014 — High Priest John Kerry has stepped to the pulpit. He’s proclaiming the message of climate change to State Department Ambassadors around the world. In a policy guidance statement he declared, “Protecting our environment and meeting the challenge of global climate change is a critical mission for me as our country’s top diplomat. It’s also a critical mission for all of you: our brave men and women on the frontlines of direct diplomacy.”
When Patrick Moore, a co-founder of Greenpeace, recently referred to the climate change movement as a “nasty combination of extreme political ideology and a religious cult,” he underscored what many other climate change doubters have thought all along.
The introduction of “carbon offset credits” is nothing more than a grand scam, which extorts money from nations, companies, and eventually individuals. This scam is based on the perceived danger from carbon dioxide emissions that, according to the cult, harm the environment and cause catastrophic climate change.
The Kyoto treaty expires in 2015, and in Paris next year, UN-led talks will find the international community setting new emissions standards for greenhouse gases blamed for global warming. The emission levels will apply to all countries, developed or not, and will take effect in 2020. They will be expecting all nations to agree with them or else.
That “or else” consists of some dark possibilities. The original Inquisition sought to expose and punish heretics, who were often tortured and killed in the process. If not checked, a climate change inquisition will do no less than destroy liberty worldwide.
Countries could lose critical international assistance; corporations could be forced into bankruptcy by crushing fines and taxes. The by-product of breathing is carbon dioxide, and given the potentially insidious nature of the cult, is it such a stretch to imagine an exhalation tax in the future? You and your pets or a farmer and his livestock could be subject to a “carbon offset” for simply breathing.
Before you say, “That can’t happen!” stop and think about it. In some places in the US, it’s illegal to collect rainwater on your own property. That sounds insane doesn’t it? Welcome to the future.
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