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IPCC Official Announces the Agenda

Posted by greg2213 on November 18, 2010

In the categories of: “Yes, they really said that,” and “the rumors are true” an IPCC official admits to the real agenda of the green crowd:

Climate policy has almost nothing to do anymore with environmental protection, says the German economist and IPCC official Ottmar Edenhofer. The next world climate summit in Cancun is actually an economy summit during which the distribution of the world’s resources will be negotiated. – Ottmar Edenhofer

From WUWT: IPCC Official: “Climate Policy Is Redistributing The World’s Wealth”

And now we can smirk at the crowd that has been calling us paraniods and such as we admire the egg on their collectivist faces.

I expect the green side will fire this guy ASAP, but I think he should be retained. It’s refreshing to see his honesty and we’ll better be able to keep track of these people.

Update: A commenter says…

Almost twenty years ago, Maurice “Mr Carbon” Strong spilled all the beans about the true agenda of the environmentalist movement to the also Canadian prize-winner journalist Elaine Dewar. It’s all in her book “Cloak of Green
” (Toronto: James Lorimer, 1995), that is mandatory reading for the understanding of this stuff. Last January, Potsdam Institute’s Herr Hans Joachim Schellnhuber also admitted to Der Spiegel that he was – literally – the inventor of the 2 degree “magic limit” mentioned by his countryman Edenhofer. So, there’s nothing new in such “confessions,” they come out from the self-sufficiency and arrogance of those who regard themseleves as the self-appointed movers and shakers of the world.
another commenter understands how things work in the real world, away from the fantasies of the greens:
Well, of course we know how that wealth redistribution works: out of the pockets of working people, into the wallets of dictators, juntas and oligarchies, and then into the vaults of the banks.

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