What’s the bottom line on global warming?
Money, of course.
Why do they want to control international energy use and have government control of industry?
To raise your taxes to pay for it!
It’s on the basis of no evidence that the recent Kyoto Treaty was signed. It will be very costly to American families, fuel and electricity costs will go up and jobs at energy-intensive industries are likely to be lost. It will export American jobs. While economic growth and job creation will be severely impacted in the United States, other nations will be free to continue emitting, growing their economies, and competing for jobs.
It will not improve the environment. By 2015, greenhouse gas emission from developing countries will exceed those of the United States and other countries impacted by the treaty. Overall, global emissions will continue to grow. If global warming is real, the Kyoto Treaty is not a solution.
“The real threat to Mr. Gore´s Kyoto dreams is if Americans begin to doubt there´s any real threat. If no one can be sure that humans are causing the Earth to warm, or even how much of a problem it is if it does warm, what´s the point of breaking a political sweat? This is why Mr. Gore and his aides are so dismissive and caustic toward anyone who doubts their claims or disputes their evidence.” – The Wall Street Journal
People have been becoming increasingly aware that the problems of external security which are facing their national governments are problems facing the world today – ozone depletion, air pollution, acid rain, nuclear accidents, over-population, drought, famine, international terrorism, international trading, multinational corporation, international communications, etc. – cannot be controlled or solved by individual national governments. So men are beginning to look beyond their national governments to a higher denomination of government – a world government with legislative, enforcement, and judicial influence on a world scale.
Millions of people not just in America but globally are being educated, or should I say re-educated, about the highly complex and highly debatable topic of global warming, not through a reasoned public debate between advocates and skeptics, but through fictional cartoons, comedies and drama shows produced by a monolithic corporation that has its tentacles deeply embedded into the same establishment that is trying to sell global warming in order to introduce a CO2 tax and regulate people’s lives.