The conspiracy to trump all conspiracies

We are now moving beyond laughable conspiracy theories and into the realm of a genuine conspiracy to entirely subvert democracy.

It sounds so far fetched people will be tempted to scoff at such a suggestion. But Viscount Monckton of Brenchley argues that decisons being made and plans being laid at the Climate Change jamboree in Cancun have sinister implications for the way the world will be shaped in years to come. As Monckton explains:

The 33-page Note (FCCC/AWGLCA/2010/CRP.2) by the Chairman of the “Ad-Hoc Working Group on Long-Term Co-operative Action under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change”, entitled Possible elements of the outcome, reveals all. Or, rather, it reveals nothing, unless one understands what the complex, obscure jargon means. All UNFCCC documents at the Cancun conference, specifically including Possible elements of the outcome, are drafted with what is called “transparent impenetrability”. The intention is that the documents should not be understood, but that later we shall be told they were in the public domain all the time, so what are we complaining about?

Monckton points out a raft of plans in progress on a number of subjects, which everyone should read and understand. Among them are the following:

Finance: Western countries will jointly provide $100 billion a year by 2020 to an unnamed new UN Fund. To keep this sum up with GDP growth, the West may commit itself to pay 1.5% of GDP to the UN each year. That is more than twice the 0.7% of GDP that the UN has recommended the West to pay in foreign aid for the past half century. Several hundred of the provisions in the Chairman’s note will impose huge financial costs on the nations of the West.

The world government’s powers: The Secretariat will have the power not merely to invite nation states to perform their obligations under the climate-change Convention, but to compel them to do so. Nation states are to be ordered to collect, compile and submit vast quantities of information, in a manner and form to be specified by the secretariat and its growing army of subsidiary bodies. Between them, they will be given new powers to verify the information, to review it and, on the basis of that review, to tell nation states what they can and cannot do.

Bureaucracy: Hundreds of new interlocking bureaucracies answerable to the world-government Secretariat will vastly extend its power and reach. In an explicit mirroring of the European Union’s method of enforcing the will of its unelected Kommissars on the groaning peoples of that benighted continent, the civil servants of nation states will come to see themselves as servants of the greater empire of the Secretariat, carrying out its ukases and diktats whatever the will of the nation states’ governments.

Many of the new bureaucracies are disguised as “capacity-building in developing countries”. This has nothing to do with growing the economies or industries of poorer nations. It turns out to mean the installation of hundreds of bureaucratic offices answerable to the Secretariat in numerous countries around the world. Who pays? You do, gentle taxpayer.

At no point anywhere in the 186 pages of the Treaty draft do the words “democracy”, “election”, “ballot”, or “vote” appear.

Delusional and far fetched conspiracy theory, or the explosive distilling of intentionally confusing legalese that reveals the blueprint for a new world order previously considered impossible to construct? Do you feel utterly powerless and detached from the ability to hold these politicians and bureaucrats to account? Just look at what has been taken from you while you slept. Now, how are you going to take it back?

11 Responses to “The conspiracy to trump all conspiracies”


  1. 1 Span Ows 09/12/2010 at 8:27 pm

    100 billion a year…

    stunning. Your final paragraph is quite important because in CANCUN there are no world leaders, no PMs, no statesmen…we have Huhne and Prescott for fuck’s sake. yet we are powerless. It WILL all end in tears.

  2. 2 AJC 09/12/2010 at 8:31 pm

    It reads as if this document emanates from Brussels!

  3. 3 Tufty 09/12/2010 at 8:35 pm

    The UN is effectively trying to seize national overseas aid budgets. It would like these budgets to be mandatory too. And from little acorns…

  4. 4 Mike Spilligan 09/12/2010 at 8:58 pm

    We, that is UK governments past and present, should have been openly and repeatedly critical of the UN, for becoming through a slow process the world’s most corrupt body. It would take a new UN Charter to effect this, or perhaps we really are now in the post-democratic age.
    On a lighter note; surely Lord Prescott of Croquet is a statesman?

  5. 5 FrankSW 09/12/2010 at 10:42 pm

    The Copenhagen rough draft treaty last year did contain the word “Government” although it had disappeared by time the conference started, however the “institutional framework” had not.

    As I recall this description of a “government” or “institional framework” with power to raise taxes (probably as a preportion of GDP) and impose policy, initially in the climate areana was only found since someone noticed that a 2 page section of the treaty was rather large. The framework was tucked away in an appendix to these pages.

    It is difficult to find anything too specific with a quick google but the following article is fairly typical

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703574604574500580285679074.html

  6. 6 Derek Reynolds 10/12/2010 at 10:01 am

    I-PJ precis Joan Veon’s book on Charles, ‘The Sustainable Prince’, and poses the question who drives the UN machine.
    Interesting reading:
    http://pjcjournal.wordpress.com/2010/12/08/charles-the-sustainable-prince/

    Charles, meet the students. Students, this is Charles.

    It may be students on the streets, but secretly are not those over fifties with fire in their bellies not a little envious, as they see all that they have worked for in their lives as not just a comfort zone, but ultimately at risk if they stepped out of line and joined those students.

    We are a subservient people, educated so from childhood by our parents, by school and the system, by bosses and contracts, by our desires, by our families, by government. Would we know freedom if it hit us in the face? Would we know what to do with it? Would it terrify us back onto the couch? Will we let the students vent our anger from our comfort zone?

  7. 7 RedNed 10/12/2010 at 11:04 am

    @Derek – Even with fire in my belly I would not drag a policeman, doing his duty, from his horse and stamp on him.

    These ‘students’ {most persuing useless degrees with no economic value] know nothing of ‘freedom’ – they only know what they have been spoon fed and I doubt they even understand that.

    I fought for freedom in the services for 25 years, don’t equate me with these ignorant morans.

  8. 8 Derek Reynolds 10/12/2010 at 1:51 pm

    I agree RedNed, such actions are not wanted. But nor are the actions that led to the death of Ian Tomlinson. Nor are the suicides of young people who see no future ahead.

    From where does the student ignorance stem – their parents, their peers, frustration at being in debt for loans to reach a lauded education which is desired by industry and commerce and which as you rightly say has no economic value? Granted there are morons who will jump into any affray for the crack probably wound up on some substance, but there is more to this than meets the eye. This is a reflection of what a great many are feeling, a great many who would never dream of causing harm or injury, but who are being caused harm through the wallet with high fuel and food prices and when MP’s are contacted one gets an asinine response – or none at all. What then? Because voting changes nothing. Brussels is in charge, and they select one another. You have no say. What then? It’s scream on the street or die of hypothermia – it’s happening here and now.

  9. 9 Pascvaks 10/12/2010 at 6:04 pm

    Not to worry. Life is so boring without the occasional coupe and counter-coupe. Imagine the fun and excitement that will ensue. Talk about a demonstration of human rights worth participating in, this will no doubt be a real corker. Why we may even get a Russian, an Arab, and an Indian or two to join in. When people get fat and lazy Mother Nature provides.


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