The E P A & the U.N.

Discussion in 'History' started by Flanders, Feb 28, 2012.

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    What do you know? There’s still hope for the US Senate when a senator like Oklahoma’s James Inhofe calls out a major manmade global warming fraud:

    More importantly, at long last the UN’s environmental engineering is being dragged out into the open by a high-ranking elected official:

    Inhofe: Cap and trade is 'dead, gone, forever'
    Says climate-change skeptics have won debate over global warming
    Published: 10 hours ago

    Inhofe: Cap and trade is ‘dead, gone, forever’

    I cannot recall ever hearing a member of Congress nail the UN in so definitive a way. In fact, I cannot recall any serious criticism of the UN other than clucking disapproval whenever scandals like Oil-For-Food erupted. Even then UN-protectors called for reforming the United Nations rather than withdrawing. Inhofe did not call for withdrawal, but he sure started the ball rolling.

    NOTE: Anyone who is unfamiliar with that foul organization probably will not realize how big of a deal Inhofe’s courage is. To take on the UN is to take on all of the most powerful forces driving the global government movement; forces in finance, in media, and in the government itself are more formidable than average Americans can imagine.

    Will the death of Cap & Trade be enough to trigger shutting down the EPA? It’s possible once you realize the EPA does the UN’s dirty work in this country. The UN is anti-America so it follows that the EPA is also anti-America. Put it this way: The apple does not fall far from the tree.

    Finally, this message also fits in the Law & Justice System forum and the Environment forum. I chose history because the UN began in 1945. You can even say the United Nations and all of its garbage has its roots in Woodrow Wilson’s failed League of Nations.
     
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    I’m not certain what Newt meant by “disassemble”?

    He added:


    Gingrich bashes EPA in Alaska conference call
    by Matt Buxton/mbuxton@newsminer.com Fairbanks Daily News Miner
    Feb 29, 2012

    Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Gingrich bashes EPA in Alaska conference call

    Disassemble can mean take apart and put it back together; i.e., replace it. I get antsy when politicians play with words. I would have a bit more faith in Newt had he said he would shutdown the EPA rather than trade it in for a new model.

    And let’s not forget this:


    Gingrich was for the United Nations before he was against it
    Posted By Josh Rogin Thursday, August 11, 2011 - 5:13 PM

    Gingrich was for the United Nations before he was against it | The Cable

    I should add that dividing the delegates among the four wannabes so that no candidate goes to the convention with the nomination locked up is where conservatives should be at today. Gingrich offers a good reason to throw some delegates his way. Maybe at the convention he’ll say “shutdown” rather than “disassemble and replace”? At least that’s what he’ll say if he wants conservatives to support him.
     

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