United Nations and their Climate “Gurus” at the IPCC are way past their “due date”!

Posted: September 27, 2013 in Uncategorized

Maybe the U.N. had a place in this World where they were needed and actually “mattered” at one time but like an old Lion who’s lost most of his teeth to old age, this gaggle of gerbils have basically outlived their usefulness and have become just plain “slothful and obese” on the spoils of tax payers dollars.

When an ideological organization becomes 100% politically motivated then they become nothing more than stooges of despots!

Couple this with mainstream media which actually “touts” anything that U.N. says as being truthful and elegant and we have a very dangerous and fraudulent entity who’s days of existence should be ended!

Just look at who the “front men” are for the fake Climate Change aka Global Warming insanity and one can immediately identify how bad this organization has become in the eyes of the World.

Could it be there just to supply a venue for so-called “elitists” to travel the world in their gas guzzling fossil fuelled contraptions at no cost to them?

In real terms we call these types “Free Loaders”!

Their time has come to “go silently into the night”!

Climate Change Stars Fade, Even If Risks Rise

Former US Vice President Al Gore talks during an interview (File photo).

Former US Vice President Al Gore talks during an interview (File photo).

The head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Rajendra Pachauri (file photo)
The head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Rajendra Pachauri (file photo)
 Reuters

September 26, 2013

STOCKHOLM — Compared to the heady days in 2007 when U.S. climate campaigner Al Gore and the U.N.’s panel of climate scientists shared the Nobel Peace Prize, the risks of global warming may be greater but the stars preaching the message have faded.With many governments focused on tackling short-term economic growth, the shift reinforces what former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has sometimes called a “shocking lack of leadership” in confronting long-term global warming.

The U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with ex-Vice President Gore, will issue a report on Friday in Stockholm about mounting risks of global warming, from heatwaves to rising sea levels.

“We need new voices,” said Jennifer Morgan, of the World Resources Institute think tank in Washington. “Hopefully the IPCC will inspire leadership, from the Mom to the business leader, to the mayor to the head of state.”

It is a sign of the times that some of the world’s most powerful figures such German Chancellor Angela Merkel – a former environment minister – U.S. President Barack Obama or Chinese Premier Li Keqiang appear to have put the issue on the backburner to focus on domestic economic issues.

Mohamed Nasheed addresses the media at his residence in Male, Maldives, Sept. 8, 2013.
Mohamed Nasheed addresses the media at his residence in Male, Maldives, Sept. 8, 2013.

Even former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, who made global headlines in 2009 with the world’s first underwater Cabinet meeting to highlight the threat of rising sea levels to his small islands, was forced from power in domestic turmoil. He is now seeking a comeback.

China and the United States are the top emitters of greenhouse gasses seen by climate scientists as contributing to global warming.

Times have changed since, as environment minister, Merkel said in 1995 something that might well say today: “the existing commitments will not solve the climate change problem.”Drafts show that the IPCC will on Friday raise the probability that global warming is manmade to at least 95 percent from 90 in its previous report in 2007.

Gold medals

​Much of the “glamor” has gone since Rajendra Pachauri, the Indian chair of the IPCC, and Gore proudly showed off the Nobel gold medals in 2007, a time when firm global action on reducing emissions of greenhouse gasses seemed feasible.

The problem proved intractable in the financial crisis. A U.N. summit in Copenhagen in 2009 failed to work out a deal, and many voters may simply have tired of hearing of global warming. Governments have now agreed to work out a U.N. accord in 2015.

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