Saturday, December 19, 2009

Has The Copenhagen Conference Been A Failure or Just The Beginning of the Framework for Global Governance?

Lord Christopher Monckton has been covering the Copenhagen Summit for the past 2 weeks.  He did an interview with Alex Jones on December 17 reporting that the conference has achieved it's goal..." implement the framework and the funding for a world government...".

You can see the last 3 videos of the interview here.


“Institutional framework” paves the way for unelected international bureaucracy

Steve Watson
Friday, Dec 18, 2009

Amid all the mainstream media reports of the talks in Copenhagen “limping” to a close and having failed, Lord Christopher Monckton, reporting from the summit, has stated that the only goal of the conference was to implement the framework and the funding for a world government – which he asserts has been achieved.
 Monckton's website:


  1. Praying for gridlock yet again. How else can we stop the anti-American forces.

  2. Opie:
    This is going to be hard...not only do we have to fight those in foreign countries who are anti-American...we must fight the enemy within.

  3. IMAO: More farce than force. And a diversion ... to distract us from the healthcare mess.

  4. Great post, TCL, no wonder they try to discredit Lord Monckton and smear him as one of the tinfoil hat brigade!

  5. SB:
    I wouldn't put anything past Obama. Him rushing over to Copenhagen and making a last minute appearance like "Mighty Mouse is here to save the day!" Although, I can picture him dreaming about being the leader of the Global Government.

  6. Hi Spidey:
    The trick is to marginalize and discredit anyone who disagrees with them, especially if they have the ability to make a good case against them.

  7. This has become my focus as of late. People do not realize how bad the long term results of this treaty will be.

  8. Christopher Booker in UK Daily Telegraph has some intereting observations of Hoaxenhagen, as usual.

    Copenhagen summit achieved its main aim, to maintain the carbon-trading system established by the Kyoto Protocol

    "Copenhagen was not about global warming but money. The cash that Hillary Clinton so dramatically plonked on the table, rising to $100 billion by 2020, which includes the £1.5 billion offered by Gordon Brown (money which of course he hasn't got) and which like a crazed gambler he last week upped to £6 billion (even more money he hasn't got), was merely a "sweetener" to persuade the developing countries to maintain the money-machine set in motion by Kyoto.

    This is the new global industry based on buying and selling the right to emit CO2, estimated soon to be worth trillions of dollars a year, which through schemes such as the UN's Clean Development Mechanism and the EU's Emissions Trading System is making a small minority of people, including Al Gore, extremely rich.

    The only really concrete achievement of Copenhagen was to win agreement to the perpetuating of those Kyoto rules that have created this vast industry, which has two main beneficiaries. On one hand are that small number of people in China and India who have learnt how to work this system to their huge advantage. On the other are all those Western entrepreneurs who have piled into what has become the fastest‑growing commodity market in the world."

    Cheers Chris, best summing up that I have come across.

  9. Hi TCL! I need to catch up and watch all the vids from the last few days after this. But from what I've been reading, Obummer was totally dissed at the summit. He flew in like mighty MORON, and no one would even talk to him...hee hee. China snubbed him, and the good Lord knows what else. I love it.
    I agree w/Snarky it was all a distraction so they can ram that awful H/C on us. Hope you're having a fun weekend.

  10. Trestin:
    Thankfully no treaty was signed this time. The whole thing is about fleecing America and reparations to under-developed countries.

  11. banned:
    That is a good summary. I only hope that our Congress does not approve the money Hillary and Obama promised. That's asking a lot from a group of spendthrifts who don't know how to stop spending money they don't have.

  12. Hi Bunni:
    A very expensive distraction, at that.
    Hope you're enjoying your weekend, too. I must say, mine didn't start off very well this morning when I turned Fox News on and saw Harry Reid and those stinking Dems gloat about having the 60 votes for the health care bill. A pox on Ben Nelson.

  13. I watched the two weeks of IPCC disagreement expecting to see a Grande Finale with Obama and Brown emerging triumphant at the last minute to save the world. Alas not.

    The good news is that Chris Booker has been promoted from the DTs blogs and an inside comment page in the Sunday edition to a full page 4 in the Sunday news section.

    Dr Rajendra Pachauri - is accused of making a fortune from his links with 'carbon trading' companies

    Note 1, the UK Daily Telegraph is far and away the most well read and influential of UKs nationwide broadsheets, far outselling the Govt. mothepiece* 'Times Of London' and the trendy liberal/socialist Guardian.

    Note2. UK shuts down for two weeks at Xmas and our comfortable middle class management will be able to read Chris Bookers analysis at leisure.

    *mothpiece, good word.

  14. banned:
    OMGoodness, that article is great. I couldn't open it in your comment, so I googled it and found it.
    Now, if only Algore could be outed as a fraud and a thief, I would have an even merrier Christmas (we all would).
    Thanks for the link. It's great to hear that Mr. Booker has a more prominent place in the newspaper for his articles. I think more and more people are realizing that we're being taken to the cleaners over a big hoax.
    I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas and a Happy & Healthy New Year.
    Thanks for making my blog one of your stops...I certainly enjoy the conversation.

  15. Dunno if the Telegraph are doing it deliberatly but hyperlinks to them do sometimes fail


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