The Global Warming End Game

If Obama gets his climate pact, look for fake NCDC warming to magically diminish or disappear.

This is all about Obama getting credit for saving the planet.

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44 Responses to The Global Warming End Game

  1. Robertv says:

    Freak Russian blizzard: Mad snow storm swallows cars, streets, buildings in Far East

    Winter has come with a vengeance: Russia’s snow-and-ice-bound Far East regions have declared states of emergency. Traffic chaos is rife, with cars stuck or sliding uncontrollably. Residents are trying to push cars, and also stop them with their bodies.

    • Tel says:

      Gazprom will be happy.

    • Gail Combs says:

      IceAgeNow has lots more just for the last week or so:
      100,000 Czech travelers stranded due to freezing arctic weather

      Budapest – Freezing rain leaves 40,000 homes powerless

      Romania – More than 1,000 people stuck in snow

      Eastern Turkey – Heavy snowfall reduces visibility to 16 feet (5 m)

      Michigan ski area opens with record snow

      Chicago – Coldest Year in 110 Years (Not just the day, not just the week, not just the month, we’re talking the entire year.)

      Hundreds of thousands lost power in New England after pre-Thanksgiving snowstorm

      USA November -8977 Record Cold temps in November vs 2022 Record Warm Temps

      Record cold in Pincher Creek, Alberta

    • Justa Joe says:

      Warmest year ever?

      If I can borrow an idea from the warmists every time someone suffers or gets killed due to blizzard conditions a climate change activist “scientist” should be dragged out of their office and have their face pushed into the snow.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Joe, Just parachute them into Iran where they are having snow and blizzards with a coat stenciled in arabic saying: “I am a Climate Scientist and I say there is no more snow.”

  2. Pathway says:

    All Hail the Little Dick.

  3. Tel says:

    It’s going to be difficult to fake the CO2 percentage in the atmosphere, which almost certainly will keep going up. Wouldn’t put it past them.

  4. aaron says:

    Don’t forget about a humanitarian, massive carbon tax that will tax/controll how you get to work, where you work, property rights (what foot print your home and property has), what types of food to eat, etc.. This might be an extreme example of a tyrannical strategy, but given the current “state” of things you never no.

    • Andy Oz says:

      This is the first real attempt at a global tax to be implemented, under the auspices of the UN, IMF and the WTO. Carbon is used by everybody on the planet. If Obama and Bank-the-Moon at the UN succeed, then the UN/IMF/WTO cartel will be flooded with carbon tax money, despite individual countries (e.g. Australia, Canada) repealing their C Tax legislation.

      Unless Boehner and the GOP cut Obama off at the pass, the one world government will be firmly in place. There is no conspiracy. This is all being implemented to “save the planet’, with the full support of the carbon trading institutions in NY/London, the totalitarian left (Democrats/Labor/Greens/Social Dems etc.) and lack of resistance by the weak right wing parties.

      Look for GFC 2.0 in 2015/16 to panic the sheeple into voting for the global tax system.

      As the old saying goes – The best place to hide something is in plain sight.

      • Gail Combs says:

        The September 2000 article below lays out the goals of the Globalists and which goals have been put in place for a World Government to be instituted. The real goal is the removal of national sovereignty and therefore the removal of the citizens control over their government. (Just ask UKIP – Was Britian Taken into the EU Illegally?) The European Union is the template as former WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy made very clear. Lamy also made clear the Globalists have been working on a new global order… that questioned the Westphalian, sacrosanct principle of sovereignty since the 1930s when FDR betrayed the USA.

        I have added updates within brackets [ ]

        From Carroll Quigley to the UN Millennium Summit: Thoughts on the New World Order

        …New York City, 2000: The United Nations Millennium Summit, Sept 6-9.

        …What is this Summit all about? Where does the New World Order vision stand today? From above document and others on the website we can glean that the following are on the agenda:

        1. A global “peacekeeping force,” publicly endorsed Wednesday by Bill Clinton. He told the gathered dignitaries that the UN needs “a rapid deployment force of well-trained and well-equipped solders capable of projecting u2018credible force’ into trouble spots.” Along these lines, a Republican, Constance Morella (R-MD), has introduced a bill calling for a United Nations Rapid Deployment Force, which would turn 6,000 American soldiers over to the UN, which would mean that Americans would be taking orders from non-Americans. Seven other countries have already signed aboard with similar pledges. The UN is ready to create its own “standing army” of the sort the U.S. Constitution forbids. [ U.S. Soldier Court Martialed for refusing to wear UN uniform and take orders from foreign officer ]

        2. An International Criminal Court – ostensibly to hold national governments accountable for human rights abuses; an international treaty “would provide for compulsory referral of unresolved disputes to [an] International Court of Justice.” U.S. citizens could, in principle, be tried before tribunals of non-Americans. [ US Opposition to the International Criminal Court: “… The Clinton administration participated actively in negotiations towards the International Criminal Court treaty… The Obama administration has so far made greater efforts to engage with the Court. It is participating with the Court’s governing bodies and it is providing support for the Court’s ongoing prosecutions….” ]

        3. A global system of taxation: (the Forum urges the United Nations) “to introduce binding codes of conduct for transnational companies, and effective tax regulation on the international financial markets, investing this money in programmes for poverty eradication.” [Well we all know about that one.]

        4. Global coerced redistribution of wealth and income, combined with global affirmative action: (Governments should) “focus their efforts and policies on addressing the root causes of poverty and providing for the basic needs of all, giving special priority to the needs and rights of disadvantaged and underrepresented.” [And this one – the actual redistribution is into the pockets of criminal heads of state, UN bureaucrats and their buddies.]

        5. A global approach to AIDS, already the most politicized disease in human history: (Governments should) “address the incidence, impact and continuing human costs of HIV/AIDS. To increase spending for health research and to ensure that the fruits of this research reach the people.” [A sop to the public so they think their taxes are doing good. It also does not hurt that the KGB managed to plant the story that AIDS was a USA bio-weapon against blacks and the gay male population.]

        6. The international equivalent of the Americans With Disabilities Act: (Governments should) “recognize the special potential of people with disabilities and ensure their full participation and equal role in political, economic, social and cultural fields. To further recognize and meet their special needs, introduce inclusive policies and programmes for their empowerment, and ensure that they take a leading role in poverty eradication.” [I wonder if the UN managed to figure out what the UK was doing to disabled/sick infants with their Liverpool Care Pathway? link 1 and link 2]

        7. International radical-feminization: the UN is called upon “to ensure that gender mainstreaming effectively brings women into leadership positions throughout the system and a gender perspective into all its programmes and policies; to provide gender training; … [governments are called upon] “to allocate more recourses and create an enabling environment for implementation of their commitments to women’s and girl’s human rights, including promotion of women into decision-making positions… ” This is one of many such remarks, calling for the “gender perspective” invented by the radical feminists of American colleges and universities. [A sop to the radical feminists who seem to have zero problem with the repeated rapings of 1400 girls in Rotherham as long as it is Muslims who do the raping. – It is so PC you know. (Delingpole covers the maggoty mess) ]

        8. International public education: “provide universal access to u2018education for all,’ prioritizing free basic education and skills training…. We call on governments…to reduce the technology gap, and to restructure educational policy to ensure that all children (girls and boys) receive moral, spiritual, peace and human rights education…. Special attention must be paid to the girl child….” [Universal Common Core brainwashing.]

        9. International equivalents of affirmative action and minimum wage laws: [Governments should] “move toward economic reforms aimed at equity: in particular, to construct macro economic policies that combine growth with the goal of human development and social justice; to prevent the impoverishment of groups that emerged from poverty but are still vulnerable to social risks and exclusion; to improve legislation on labor standards including the provision of a minimum legal wage….” [A sop tossed to the Unions.]

        10. Complete absolution of past debts: (Governments should) “cancel the debts of developing countries, including odious debts, the repayment of which diverts funds from basic needs….” [This is loans made with US and other tax payer money via the World Bank and IMF. So how about canceling all the ‘loans’ made to the US government by the Fed while we are at it?]

        11. Universal gun registration: the UN should “expand the UN Arms register in order to show production and sale of small arms and light weapons. It should include specific names of their producers and traders.” Of course, those implementing this call for arms registration could define “small arms and light weapons” in any way they saw fit. [ Kerry signs UN (small) arms treaty, senators threaten to block it – I wonder if this is another lame duck session target? ]

        12. Strengthening UN power generally: “A major task of the world community in the twenty-first century will be to strengthen and greatly enhance the role of the United Nations in the global context. Governments must recommit themselves to the realization of the goals and mandates of the United Nations Charter. A challenging task is to firmly protect the integrity of the United Naitons, counter the erosion of its role and to further strengthen and augment international institutions capable of implementing and enforcing international standards, norms, and law, leading toward the formation of a new political and economic order.

        13. Elimination of veto power: (the Forum urges the UN) “to limit and move toward eliminating the use of the veto. The UN must move towards veto restriction. First could be an enlargement of the area of “procedural votes” for which the Charter excludes the veto…. Complete veto abolition should be sought as a step towards the elimination of permanency.” In others words, a major internal check on the power of the superelite is to be eliminated, by incremental steps.

        There is, of course, more – much, much more. This is just a sampling; it is impossible, in an article of this length, to do more than scratch the surface. However, what is here should suffice as evidence that we are looking at a potential power grab of unprecedented proportions. There are, we should note, a few table scraps tossed toward such notions as national sovereignty and self-determination. At one point the call is made for the UN “to respect national sovereignty and the prohibition of the use of force, which are fundamental in the UN Charter.” But in the next breath, it is made clear that the use of force is not ruled out. And “The UN General Assembly should set up a broad commission to analyze standards for forceful action in cases where crimes against humanity, war crimes, or genocide are committed.” As in Kosovo, where allegations of such crimes were absurdly exaggerated, international “peacekeeping” troops moved in, and the result was the decimation and dislocation of entire populations which continues to this day?……

        • Gail Combs says:

          Sorry Steve my last comment had too many active links and got booted. I couldn’t figure out a better way and have the article read smoothly, although I guess I could have used footnotes.

  5. darrylb says:

    I think he wants to keep it as a hot issue for the 2016 campaigns to keep his heavily donating friends like B. Streisand happy.
    Kinda like making a soap box producer our Ambassador to Hungary. (Who gave Obama many thousands). When asked about Hungary she knew absolutely nothing of the Country or its issues. An interview with her was so embarrassing it was hard to watch. It is both laughable and very tragic. It happens all the time on both sides of the isle but this situation is much worse because of how clueless she is and of Putin’s influence in the region (Putin, who is he?)
    But of course California congresswoman Boxer said she is a good candidate, because she knows her and she said she is smart and friendly with people. Well then its OK 😦
    Hey maybe we all can be diplomats.
    Maybe Tony is really on a diplomatic assignment right now!!!

    • Mike D says:

      Hard to say how he’ll be in terms of the 2016 election. He’s not very loyal in general, is not running for office ever again, and is a narcissist. He’s going to want to go out spouting all kinds of achievements, so at best it is going to be something like, look what we’ve accomplished on the environment, but there’s still more work to do.

      The retrospective is going to be look at the promises made back in 2008 and where they are. Not many can be checked off, though he is trying as hard as he can to check some off in the next 2 years. Like closing Gitmo, and getting out of Afghanistan. Starting to heal the earth is so ridiculously vague, that he might go for that as an accomplishment.

      • Gail Combs says:

        I would say that Obama will spend the rest of his life on a golf course and the more intelligent members of the Democratic party will breath a HUGE sigh of relief. The guy is a real Albatross.

        If he had been white and named Bush the media would have Lampooned him repeatedly. Only PC saved his hide from the darts.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hubby played that vid of the Soap Opera Queen becoming Ambassador to Hungary.

      You are correct. It was painful. All the White House press secretary, Josh Earnest, could do was keep repeating “Ambassador Bell has the President’s confidence that she will do an excellent job representing the United States…” while looking more and more uncomfortable. Must be a hard job lying with a straight face to cover-up for a buffoon. I am certain I could never manage to say ” I can tell you that as a rule that the Obama administration has been very rigorous in following all of the rules and regulations…” with a straight face.

      About 6 page downs for Ambassador Bell. Lots of other goodies too. Like this one:

      Q Okay. And lastly, on Ferguson. Yesterday, when we did finally get the list of everybody in attendance, I noticed that there weren’t any members of the Ferguson Police Department among the law enforcement. Any particular reason for that, why you wouldn’t have included that department in particular?

      MR. EARNEST: Well, the President was interested in gathering stakeholders from across the country, not just one community. So I can’t account for sort of who was not a participant in the meeting, but I can tell you those who did participate in the meeting I do think felt like it was a really important discussion, and even debate, in some instances, to have about the importance of building bridges and restoring some trust between law enforcement agencies and the communities that they’re sworn to serve and protect.

      Q The administration didn’t feel like it was necessary to put somebody from that police department on there?

      MR. EARNEST: No, that this is the kind of discussion that is taking place not just in Ferguson, but in communities all across the country. And I think the President was able to tap into that broader national sentiment in the context of this meeting even though it didn’t include law enforcement officials from Ferguson, Missouri.

      So everyone gets to discuss Ferguson except the ones with the greatest knowledge and the greatest stake. TYPICAL!

  6. aaron says:

    If I where in there position I think I could get a lot more mileage out of it, especially since it has been drilled in to the public’s education ever since the cold war ended.

  7. DHF says:

    How can it possibly happen that Obama influence on the temperature data series produced by the National Climatic Data Centre?

  8. u.k.(us) says:

    You sound jealous (read on), secret service protection for the rest of your life and a beach on Hawaii.
    Not bad for a community organizer from the south side of Chicago.
    Now they’ll try to play the gender card to get Hillary in there.
    The polls will tell them early that that ain’t gonna play.
    Then watch them scramble, and eat themselves alive.
    Can’t wait.

  9. nigelf says:

    I would like to see him impose a carbon (dioxide) tax as a reminder to all Americans how evil this whole AGW scam is so they get turfed into the political wilderness for a generation and the R’s ride in to the rescue in 2016 just like Tony Abbott did down under.
    Bring it on.

  10. Andy Oz says:

    I agree.
    NCDC et al will begin to reverse their temp data homogenization adjustments over time back towards zero and it will show up as a false cooling trend starting after implementation of the Global C Tax.

  11. B says:

    “Climate Change” will be a never ending issue. It does not have an end or a solution. The end game is the permanent and total control of the human race by the very few to whom the value of our labor will flow.

    • DavidS says:

      It is one of their tools to that end. They will milk it as long as possible. At some point they might look for an exit strategy if realities are making it too difficult to sustain or they get what they want from it and it is no longer cost effective. It is a bit early for that given how much has been invested in it and how much further they want to push the agenda. Also, I don’t see why they need to make O-bomb-a look good. They have squeezed that lemon quite well and can soon discard it.

    • annieoakley says:

      No The creeps in the the Teacher Unions have been scaring the crap out of children for?? Many years. I was forced to show the global disaster movie by Albert Gore years ago 10-15 and quit teaching because of it.

  12. Eliza says:

    BTW I dont think any of the skeptical sites are having the slightest effect on the MSM media its shocking
    Well if most people are that stupid let them sequester all that Co2 in the atmosphere and see what will happen good riddance I say LOL

    • Gail Combs says:

      Agreed. I am old and have no children and at times I figure the idiots deserve the slavery they are begging for!

      Doreen Hannes had it right. LET THEM EAT GRASS!

    • Justa Joe says:

      You’d be surprised how much of the general public thinks that AGW is a joke. I hardly ever hear the subject come up without it being met with derision. Unfortunately the average Joe is powerless to stop the Donks’ AGW freight train.

  13. annieoakley says:

    The goal is to use the climate to get the whole world under the UN also known as the Muslim Brotherhood.

  14. markstoval says:

    I have often wondered what it would take to bring this ridiculous delusion to an end. 5 miles of ice over the northeast? No, not even that I am afraid.

    The public may tire of this false alarm, but the true believers will go to their grave believing that the Magic Molecule (man made type only of course) will destroy all life on this planet; and real soon now. And as witnessed by the recent threads on this very site, it will be a long time before even the skeptical side gets over the delusional smoke Jim Hansen blew up everyone’s rear end.

  15. CR Carlson says:

    While I agree with Steve that our Dear Leader could drop his pretense it’s highly unlikely to happen any time soon. Having spent years discussing with true believes why they’ve bought into an irrational delusion that is just a political/financial scheme, no amount of sober discussion has any effect. They’ve been blinded by the pseudo-science. The galactic climate industrial complex has too much momentum and money, not to mention too many have based their careers on perpetuating the hoax. How many thousands of kids have been indoctrinated and unquestioning adults who should know better?

    Much of this can be blamed on the media being the handmaidens to the ’cause’. The 5th estate, media such as this blog, are having an effect though and rational, thinking and honest peep’s see through the mirage and propaganda. No doubt this war on the world will end, but as Mark Stoval mentioned, it may take a new ice age to do so.

  16. the Griss says:

    What do people think of this.

    To me it seems almost impossible for the two to match so closely without major tampering of one or other record. !

  17. omanuel says:

    I do not know what the global warming end game will be, but I am confident my research mentor – the late Professor Paul Kazuo Kuroda – correctly identified why frightened world leaders started the consensus science game while standing in the ruins of Hiroshima in August 1945 [1]:

    “One day in August 1945, while standing in the ruins of Hiroshima, I became overwhelmed by the power of nuclear energy. The sight before my eyes was just like the end of the world, but I also felt that the beginning of the world may have been just like this.” [1] bottom of page 2.

    The well-known Hungarian Professor of Nuclear and Radiochemistry – Dr. Tibor Braun – recently described Kuroda as “The Nuclear Chemist Who Foresaw the Past: Paul Kazuo Kuroda and the Oklo Paleoreactors” [2],

    I am convinced Kuroda is the nuclear chemist who first realized that the same source of nuclear energy powers the Sun and sustains all life in the solar system today [3].

    1. P. K. Kuroda, The Origin of the Chemical Elements and the Oklo Phenomenon (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1982, 165 pages)

    2. Tibor Braun, “The Nuclear Chemist Who Foresaw the Past: Paul Kazuo Kuroda and the Oklo Paleoreactors” (2013, 4 pages)

    3. O. K. Manuel, “Solar energy,” Advances in Astronomy (submitted 1 Sept 2014)

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