Failure of Rio+20 Summit to produce Statement …..can’t come up with a “buzz word” which avoids words: “Global Dictatorship?”

Posted: May 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

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Could the reason that the Rio+20 Summit “players” can’t come up with a written statement on their “goals” for the June Summit to be a unanimous agreement which can be voted on when the Summit is completed, is that their “end game” is so “nefarious” that nobody can agree on the warm and fuzzy wording that won’t sound like the true agenda…….Global Domination?

These 20 year+ organizations which have based their actions within the U.N. on complete lies and fake claims that the world is doomed due to Global Warming as created by disgraced Maurice Strong, have had to change the diatribe from Global Warming to Climate Change. They have also tried to change from Climate Change to Social Justice and Sustainable Development among many other “buzz words” that hide their true agenda and that is a non elected Global Governance Body that wants all “sovereign nation”s to cancel out their Freedoms and Rights and hand them over to a small group of elitists who think there are way too many of us living on this orb!

Good luck! You can put lipstick on a pig………..it’s still a pig!

Deadlock over Rio+20 action plan fuels NGO scepticism about summit’s payoff

Fortnight of inconclusive UN preparatory committee talks leaves delegates frustrated and raises doubts about Rio+20’s outcomes

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UN Fails to Finalize Rio+20 Plan on Sustainable Future

by Thalif Deen Mat 8/2012

UNITED NATIONS – After two weeks of closed door negotiations, a U.N. preparatory committee (PrepCom) has failed to reach consensus on a global plan of action, titled “The Future We Want,” to be adopted by a summit meeting of world leaders mid-June in Brazil.

“Rio+20” is the short name for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 2012 – twenty years after the landmark 1992 Earth Summit in Rio. (Image: futurewewant.org)

The negotiators, comprising representatives of all 193 member states, proclaimed limited success, including reducing the size of the action plan – formally called the “outcome document” – from nearly 200 to less than 100 pages.

The document, called the “zero draft”, originally ran to more than 6,000 pages of submissions by member states, international organizations and civil society groups.

Still, after protracted negotiations ending last Friday, Ambassador Kim Sook of South Korea, one of the co-chairs of the PrepCom, said delegates had expressed “disappointment and frustration at the lack of progress” on reaching agreement on a plan aimed at a greener economy and a sustainable future.

In an effort to break the deadlock, the PrepCom will give another shot at the zero draft when it holds an unscheduled five-day session beginning May 29.

This will be a last ditch attempt to finalize the draft action plan, which has to be ready for approval by world leaders arriving in Rio de Janeiro for the three-day summit, beginning Jun. 20.”After four months of talks on the so- called zero draft outcome document, the Rio+20 talks are stuck at zero.” –Antonio Hill of Oxfam

The summit will be the culmination of the U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD, also called Rio+20), a follow-up to the landmark 1992 Earth Summit in Brazil which adopted Agenda 21 and the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.

“Let us be frank,” UNCSD Secretary-General Sha Zukang said Friday, “currently, the negotiating text is a far cry from the ‘focused political document’ called for by the General Assembly.”

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