Listening to the great Roger Hedgecock (who really needs to replace Rush permanently!) discussing how Kyoto favors China.
This is, of course, no accident, but even Rush never tells us exactly why. The connection is quite simple. It's one man, Maurice Strong. I got the feeling that Pope Maurice must be coming back into action, and sure enough found some fresh news about him.Nice article in Canada Free Press
and a piece by Claudia Rosett
on the Fox News website.
Rosett gives Strong's full story, much of which I hadn't read before. Strong is a birthright Communist; his mother defected to China and is buried there.
He worked for the UN for many years, and began the process that led to the Kyoto agreement. He was nominally fired when payments from Saddam's oil-for-food business were revealed, but he has continued working for the interests of China and North Korea through the "University for Peace", a loosely connected UN institution that was basically a shell until Strong took it over in 1999. Unfortunately, the new Secretary General, a South Korean, has close ties to Strong. So any promises of reform by SecGen Ban are now guaranteed to be empty (s'prise, s'prise!) and Strong will continue to be the main power-broker. (I was going to say the main power-broker for the environmental branch of Communism, but I think the sentence is more accurate without the qualifying phrase.) In other words, China and North Korea still own us.
We will not begin to function as an independent nation until we disconnect ourselves entirely from the UN, and from all of its friends and operators. It's that simple.
George W. Vichy, needless to say, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UN; he shapes all of his policies to serve their interests, not ours.