Date: 29 November 2015
Author: Kurt Nimmo
Disproven anthropogenic climate change theory supposedly drives IS
The United Nations Climate Change Conference is more likely to successfully push through a draconian climate agenda following the attacks in Paris attributed to the Islamic State.
The UN is pulling out all the stops. The 2009 conference held in Copenhagen came close to codifying the warmist agenda, but failed. This year nearly 150 heads of government will meet in Paris with the recent attacks as a backdrop.
The BBC reports:
While many leaders including Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping were always set to attend this conference, the recent violent attacks in Paris have encouraged others to come in an expression of solidarity with the French people.
Unlike at Copenhagen, the French organizers are bringing the leaders in at the start of the conference rather than waiting for them to come in at the end, a tactic which failed spectacularly in the Danish capital…
Delegates are in little doubt that the shadow cast over the city by the attacks will enhance the chances of agreement.
According to Tom Burke, former UK government adviser on climate change and now chairman of environmental think tank E3G, the leaders will insist climate change spawns terrorism.
The foundation and NGO supported E3G produced a report in 2013 that claimed “climate change and resource scarcity” were prime motivators for the Arab Spring.
“When we do not address climate change properly it may also affect many people who are frustrated and who are impacted, then there is some possibility that these young people who [are] jobless and frustrated may join these foreign terrorist fighters,” said UN boss Ban Ki-moon on Saturday.
Earlier this month during the Democrat debates Bernie Sanders insisted climate change is directly responsible for terrorism.
Sanders said because of a drought in Syria people are migrating to the cities and “when people migrate into cities, and they don’t have jobs, there’s going to be a lot more instability, a lot more unemployment. And people will be subject to the types of propaganda that al Qaeda and ISIS are using right now. So, where you have discontent, where you have instability, that’s where problems arise. And, certainly, without a doubt, climate change will lead to that.”
Following the debate the Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan said Sanders’ comments made him “look slightly daffy, like someone who doesn’t understand what the real subject is.”
Terrorism in Syria has little to do with supposed anthropogenic climate change. The Syrian “civil war” following the NGO created Arab Spring was manufactured in the West to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad. The introduction of foreign jihadists and the Islamic State by the United States, the Gulf Emirates and Turkey has more to do with instability than the “threat multipler” (as the Pentagon calls climate change) of weather.