UN Will Create International Tribunal of Climate Justice to Wring Money Out of Americans

Given that the hoax has been repeatedly debunked by the failure of the climate to conform to politically motivated pseudo-scientific models, and that even when the climate does start to change it will only be because in never stays the same for long, what is the point of the United Nations constantly spewing global warming rhetoric? Power is part of the point. The rest of it is money:

At the upcoming United Nations Climate Summit in Paris, participating nations have prepared a treaty that would create an “International Tribunal of Climate Justice” giving Third World countries the power to haul the U.S. into a global court with enforcement powers.

Congress would be bypassed – left out in the cold – by this climate deal, critics say.

Policies once left to sovereign nations could be turned over to a U.N. body if the U.S. and its allies approve the proposed deal in Paris during the summit scheduled for Nov. 30-Dec. 11.

According to the proposed draft text of the climate treaty, the tribunal would take up issues such as “climate justice,” “climate finance,” “technology transfers,” and “climate debt.”

Whenever moonbats use the word “justice,” they are planning to inflict the opposite. Their ability to keep a straight face while throwing around terms like “climate justice” is almost awe-inspiring.

What the term means in this context is that rich countries must have their economies hamstrung by caps on the harmless CO2 emissions that result from literally all productive activity, while being forced to shower money upon the corrupt governments of poor countries. Our major economic competitor China counts as a poor country, probably because the people there are not Caucasians.

The odds that Obama and Kerry would object to this are slim.

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They can’t both be sovereign.

On tips from Torcer, Stormfax, and R F. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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