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November 11, 2013

Australian Cabinet To The UN: No More "Wealth-Redistribution Masquerading As Environmentalism"

Topics: Climate Change, International News

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They've obviously seen through the Obamanistas' true agenda!

The Australian reports (via Weasel Zippers):

FEDERAL cabinet has ruled that Australia will not sign up to any new contributions, taxes or charges at this week's global summit on climate change, in a significant toughening of its stance as it plans to move within days to repeal the carbon tax.

Cabinet ministers have decided to reject any measures of "socialism masquerading as environmentalism" after meeting last week to consider a submission on the position the government would take to the Warsaw conference.

A further document was produced after the meeting that outlines the government's position.

The Australian has seen part of the document and it declares that, while Australia will remain "a good international citizen" and remains "committed to achieving the 5 per cent reduction" by 2020 of the 2000 levels of emissions, it will not sign up to any new agreement that involves spending money or levying taxes.

This rules out Australia playing any role in a wealth transfer from rich countries to developing nations to pay them to decrease their carbon emissions.

The environmental movement is and has always been about wealth redistribution. It's no accident that Vladimir Lenin's birthday was chosen as Earth Day.
The first Earth Day took place April 22, 1970. The centennial of Lenin's birth took place April 22, 1970. Needless to say, the Lenin centenary was a huge deal to the communist movement, which goes bonkers over dates and memorials to its icons.

Here are more striking similarities: Vladimir Lenin and the communist and environmental movements all remonstrated against capitalism, profits, corporations, industry, free markets, the West.

Here's another: When the communist movement imploded in the late 1980s, many of its disciples just happened to join ... yep, you guessed it: the environmental movement.

Meanwhile, here in the U.S., Barack Obama is using executive powers to elevate and take control of climate change policies in an attempt to streamline sustainability initiatives -- potentially skirt legislative oversight, and push a wealth-redistributing federal agenda on the states.

Posted by Hyscience at November 11, 2013 8:41 AM



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