|Global warming’s real argument: We’re poorer than you are|
|In The News|
|Wednesday, 30 May 2012 13:39|
The global warming alarmism that has pretty much faded from public concern always has been transparently fraudulent for those who care to look closely.
And now as the world’s nations desire to carve up the carbon footprint profit, you have to love the arguments.
“BONN, Germany — Another round of U.N. climate talks closed without resolving how to share the burden of curbing man-made global warming, mainly because countries don’t agree on who is rich and who is poor,” reports the Associated Press.
For those who haven’t been keeping score, the one-world government movement to milk this faux fad for all the redistributed dollars possible has stalled for a few years now since it became abundantly clear that rich countries weren’t about to fork over billions in reparations, subsidies or even “carbon credits” to those nations that call themselves “developing,” or in English, “poorer.”
And of course the poor-developing countries weren’t about to kick any money the other direction. They are in this game to get dough, not give it away.
So, it was inevitable that the next round of squabbles would be as we see in Bonn: “I’m poorer than you,” China insists. Right. Arguably the largest economy on the planet and the Chinese want to be subsidized.
Can you predict where this money-grabbing farce will end?
Unfortunately for Californians, saddled with AB32, the ridiculously named Global Warming Solutions Act, the end game must first pass through our wallets. Government, which if you can believe it, pleads poverty, will fleece, uh make that charges fees to, the rest of us. Just like the Chinese want to do.
The Chinese may be able to subsidize solar panel manufacturing more effectively than California can, but they haven’t got anything on Sacramento when it comes to pleading poverty and receiving redistributed cash.