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Stealth Agenda: New UN Tribunal to Judge US for ‘Climate Debt’

Published on November 3, 2015 by   ·   No Comments

STEALTH AGENDA: New UN Tribunal to Judge US for “Climate Debt”


The official draft text of the climate treaty for the soon-to-start UN Climate Summit in Paris proposes to establish a global Supreme Court that would rule on issues such as “climate justice,” “climate finance,” “technology transfers,” and “climate debt.”

Tucked away on page 19 of the 34-page document is the call for establishing an International Tribunal of Climate Justice. The text, which is still heavily bracketed with text that hasn’t been completely resolved and agreed upon, reads:

An International Tribunal of Climate Justice as [A] [compliance mechanism] is hereby established to address cases of non-compliance of the commitments of developed country Parties on mitigation, adaptation, [provision of] finance, technology development and transfer [and][,] capacity-building[,] and transparency of action and support, including through the development of an indicative list of consequences, taking into account the cause, type, degree and frequency of non-compliance.

Courting Climate Tyranny

With all the world’s politically correct politicians and all the world’s “progressive” journalistas and Big Media commentariat daily hyperventilating over the ever-growing list of alleged threats and catastrophes caused by global warming, it might be expected that there would be some mention of this planned environmental judicial system for the planet. However, since the text was released on October 20, there has been a virtual blackout in the major media regarding this revolutionary development. The only mentions that one is likely to find with search engines are alarms being sounded by critics — the climate realists who reject the apocalyptic predictions (and discredited pseudo-science — see: herehere, and here) of the multi-billion-dollar global warming lobby.

The censoring of any coverage of the planned UN Climate Tribunal by the major media is not surprising. They have been completely over the top in their promotion of anthropogenic (manmade) global warming (AGW) hysteria and would not want to jeopardize the globalist agenda by drawing attention to the dangers of establishing a planetary judicial authority.

This follows a distinctive pattern: We have seen a similar media censorship of the regional and global tribunals that are part of the NAFTA and WTO treaties. It was only years later, when these courts began assaulting U.S. sovereignty by overruling U.S. laws and U.S. court decisions, that the subversive nature of these judicial bodies became apparent. Then the erstwhile supporters of these treaties (such as Senator John Kerry, now Obama’s secretary of state and a promoter of the climate treaty) claimed that they had no way of knowing that these international courts would eventually subvert U.S. sovereignty. These claims of invincible ignorance don’t wash, of course, because this magazine, among other critics, warned repeatedly that this is precisely what would happen.

The same pattern is screamingly evident in the case of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreements to merge the United States, respectively, with Pacific Rim countries and the European Union. The so-called mainstream media have seen fit to censor any criticism of (and virtually any mention of) the dangerous tribunals (here and here) that would be established by these treaties.

As we  reported in February of this year, the International Tribunal of Climate Justice comes to us courtesy of  the Marxist regime of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales, a close comrade of Cuba’s Fidel Castro and an ardent admirer of Communist China’s founder/mass-murderer Mao Tse-tung. “In April 2010,” we reported, “Comrade Morales convened the ‘World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth’ in Cochabamba, Bolivia, which drew thousands of true believer Red-Green activists from across the planet. The outcome of that confab, the ‘Cochabamba Statement,’ calls for ‘the equitable allocation [of] atmospheric space between developed countries and developing countries during the period 1750 to 2050 based on the principles of equity and historical responsibility, and the needs of developing countries in order to achieve their economic and social development and poverty.’”

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