“The former buzz words ‘environment’ and ‘climate change’ have disappeared … now it’s all about “social justice” with “collectives” that will tell you what you want or should do.”
By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser
(Excerpts) – The Rio+20 gathering, officially the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, turned sour. The Guardian reports that one thousand NGOs (Non-Government organizations), institutions and individuals are upset with the official Rio+20 communiqué “The Future We Want.” To show their resolve, the NGOs signed a petition “The Future We Don’t Want.”
I don’t know who the “We” really are in either group, other than some of the estimated 45,000 attendees at the Rio+20 junket. Unless you work for a government, or a tax-credit-funded NGO, or a corporation trying to make money from the ‘green, organic, sustainable, carbon-dioxide-opposed dreams’ of the Sorosians and Suzukians, etc., your opinion rarely counts. If your opinion is not shared by the UN, no need to apply. Facts don’t matter either.
Lord Christopher Monckton said “It’s all about extending the power and reach of the global-government wannabes … out-of-control planetary bureaucrats seeking to create a world socialist.”
The Agenda Shift
The agenda shift from the original Eco-92 gathering in Rio (1992), i.e. “global warming” to “climate change” to “environmental justice” to “social justice” happened slowly, but it was a long-term goal by its ideologists all along. By now it’s all about “social justice” with “collectives” that will tell you what you want or should do. The former buzz words ‘environment’ and ‘climate change’ have disappeared too.
Moreover, with the previously touted “Global Warming” scare, supposedly due to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, rapidly being exposed as the greatest scientific hoax since “Piltdown Man” certainly does not help its cause either. However, the new deity, “social justice” also comes with its own set of conundrums.
In the end, it all boils down to a simple question: What would you rather have, the subsistence lifestyle of the peasant farmer or the conveniences of the modern city dweller? The answer is obvious from a simple fact:
The majority of the 45,000 activists attending Rio+20 had not gone there by dug-out canoe!
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