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Global warming pact of Paris: History’s most incredible “false flag” shakedown

A “false flag” incident is the classic name given to an attack or event staged as a pretext for political or military action.  History is full of these false flag events, such as the  contrived attack on Germany by Polish-uniformed German soldiers — to justify Germany’s invasion of Poland. It’s known as the Gleiwitz incident, described this way by Wikipedia:

“The Gleiwitz incident (German: Überfall auf den Sender Gleiwitz😉 was a false flag operation by Nazi forces posing as Poles on 31 August 1939, against the German radio station Sender Gleiwitz in Gleiwitz, Upper Silesia, Germany on the eve of World War II in Europe. The goal was to use the staged attack as a pretext for invading Poland (the following day).”

There’s a logical case for labeling the entire global warming (oops… Climate Change) hysteria as a false flag campaign, with trillions of dollars of “climate reparations” and other payments from “rich” to “developing” nations at stake. Atheistic philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche observed: “There is a long history of false flag attacks used to manipulate the minds of the people! In individuals, insanity is rare — but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs it is the rule.”

The group hysteria evidenced in the “Paris Agreement” Saturday, Dec. 12, will almost surely join the pantheon of more than 40 other historic false flags staged to gain power and political advantage. The eruption of hugging and joy and applause at COP21 in Paris following the accord among representatives among some 200 nations rippled through hundreds of media reports.

An example is this exuberant Associated Press report in the New York Times, which quoted U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as saying the pact will “prevent the worst most devastating consequences of climate change from ever happening.”

Update 1: One of my favorite writers, Ben Stein, exposes the entire shakedown exquisitely in the American Spectator at this link.

Update 2: We couldn’t resist snitching a PDF of British writer James Delingpole’s parody on COP21 and a New York Times report… download it here and enjoy!  It came to us Dec. 17 via Jack Wheeler’s  To The Point News, which is truly an oasis.

Update 3:  On Dec. 22, Judicial Watch announced that a lawsuit filed against NOAA had pried loose database information which the agency had refused to submit to Congress. Congressional oversight lawmakers had sought to learn how NOAA had assembled information disputing a nearly 20-year pause in global warming. This is another “data scandal” raising questions about NOAA’s political pressure to substantiate “climate change” trends.

Rather casually brushed aside is the fact that few nations are either obligated, much less willing, to meet the demands which the “Paris Agreement” proposes.  It would require a virtual shutdown of power plants fueled by coal or natural gas, for example. 

But that’s not really the goal: The main objective is to put the United Nations in charge of brokering “climate reparations” from “advanced” nations to less advanced nations. The ante for this political climate pot is $100 billion.  Every year. The “agreement,” shown to delegates by the French just minutes before the final vote, says in part; 

“… in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 3 of the Agreement, developed countries intend to continue their existing collective mobilization goal through 2025 in the context of meaningful mitigation actions and transparency on implementation, prior to 2025 the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement shall set a new collective quantified goal from a floor of U.S. Dollar $100 billion per year, taking into account the needs and priorities of developing countries.”

A website called the NoTricksZone carries a comment by P. Gosselin today concerning the Paris Pact: “Reading it I couldn’t help but think this is a document of madness. Global temperature cannot be regulated. It’s delusional to think so. Unless you’re going to make money from it, why would anyone want to sign it and ensure a place in history’s Laughing Stock Hall of Fame?” 

While thousands of climate-change delegates partied in Paris Thursday and Friday, we were studying the biology of agriculture in Grinnell, Iowa, with specialists assembled by BRT Ag & Turf. Ag nutrition scientists such as Dr. Don Huber pointed out the carbon dioxide is crucial to crop growth. Since not enough CO2 is available from the atmosphere for maximum genetic potential, most row crops like corn and soybeans must draw about 40% of their carbon (from carbon dioxide) as it escapes the soil under the crop canopy. About 95% of a crop is carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. 

Yet, “carbon” as carbon dioxide is seen officially as a pollutant — not as the essential element for growing the crops which sustain life. 

Marc Morano, who founded the Climate Depot website to expose the junk science and payoff politics behind this shakedown, sighed with mock relief after the accord: “Can we now move on with other issues?”

Personally I don’t think the Paris Pact delegates are crazy at all. They had a great bash at taxpayer expense in Paris for a few weeks. And they are very intent on dividing up the money which will be handed out by governments, justified by one of history’s longest-running false flag events.

Published Dec. 12, 2015 by Jerry Carlson