Browsing All posts tagged under »United Nations«

Copenhagen Failed; Hooray, Hooray!

December 22, 2009 by


By William R. Hawkins “Don’t believe the hype, there is nothing fair, ambitious or legally binding about this deal….What we needed was a legally binding agreement that was fair to developing countries and ambitious when it came to emissions cuts and ending deforestation. In the end they produced a poor deal full of loopholes big […]

Copenhagen – China Is Not To Blame

December 18, 2009 by


CHINA AND THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ARE INDEED BEING THROWN ‘UNDER THE BUS’. In early September, I ran a three part series on why these talks would fail, and China played a large part in those three posts, and I explained why China was always going to be the problem on anything concrete coming from this […]

Copenhagen – Hypocrisy – Fraud – Confidence Trick

December 16, 2009 by


Over the next few days in Copenhagen, World leaders will try to work out how they can produce something positive from what has been somewhat of a debacle, as each day, a new crisis seems to be thrown up. Led by the Major leaders of the most important Countries, they will attempt to work out […]

Copenhagen: A Matter Of Sovereignty

December 16, 2009 by


By Steven Groves The Heritage Foundation’s Steven Groves and Ben Lieberman are live at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference reporting from a conservative perspective. Follow their reports on The Foundry and at the Copenhagen Consequences Web site. Climate change negotiations here in Copenhagen have apparently hit a speed bump because the United States and China […]

The Plot To ‘Steal The Deal’ In Copenhagen

December 15, 2009 by


By William R. Hawkins Thousands of protesters from around the world have flocked to the United Nations Climate Change Conference that opened December 7th in Copenhagen, Most think they are rebelling against the Establishment, posing as the common folk resisting a corrupt system, and advancing progressive notions. But they are wrong on all counts. The […]

Copenhagen – This Reckless Spending Must Stop

December 13, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Exactly how much of our money is (Australian Prime Minister) Kevin Rudd shipping off to the United Nations, to pass on as a bribe to countries such as China? Answer? He won’t tell you: AUSTRALIA faces having to make a hefty payout to help developing countries such as China and India cope […]

Copenhagen: Limos, Private Jets And An Orgy Of Celebrities

December 7, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt The Copenhagen summit of global warmists is now a huge threat to the planet: On a normal day, Majken Friss Jorgensen, managing director of Copenhagen’s biggest limousine company, says her firm has twelve vehicles on the road. During the “summit to save the world”, which opens here tomorrow, she will have 200. […]

Silent Scandal

November 29, 2009 by


By Nancy Morgan If a scandal isn’t reported by the media, does that mean it never happened? For the millions of Americans who don’t watch Fox News or listen to talk radio, the answer is a resounding yes. Last Friday, November 20, evidence came to light that “appears to show a conspiracy to falsify data […]

And Children And Little Puppies, Too

November 19, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Talk about climbing onto bandwagons and appealing to the old victimologies: WOMEN are more vulnerable to climate change than men and will continue to bear the brunt of extreme weather conditions unless more is done to educate and empower them, a report has found. The State of World Population 2009 report, released […]

Will Rudd Really Give The New World Body $7 Billion A Year?

November 2, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Next month (Australian Prime Minister) Kevin Rudd goes to Copenhagen to agree to a UN deal to cut emissions. Point 41 of the draft treaty obliges Australia to hand over an astonishing $7 billion a year to a new and unelected global authority: [Mandatory contributions from developed country Parties and other developed […]

One Intruder Or Two?

October 29, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Tim Blair laughs that an intruder managed to sneak right into the heart of power in the United Nations: Red-faced United Nations officials on Monday admitted to a major security lapse after a UN guard helped Kentucky Fried Chicken’s “Colonel Sanders” gain access to restricted areas. The guard escorted the white-suited intruder […]

American Minute – The United Nations

October 26, 2009 by


By William J Federer Created to prevent future wars, the United Nations, a name coined by Franklin Roosevelt, officially began OCTOBER 24, 1945. Since then there have been over 100 million casualties in nearly 150 wars: 5 in Central Asia, 11 in South Asia, 20 in Southeast Asia, 13 in Eastern Europe, 23 in the […]

Why Copenhagen Climate Talks Will Fail – The New China Syndrome (Part 3)

October 7, 2009 by


PART THREE OF THREE PARTS In the two earlier posts, I showed the inconvenient truth that the UN is not telling you. On the surface, you might view the UN as an altruistic, almost benevolent body that provides a voice for those in the Third World who have no real voice. We who are already […]

Why Copenhagen Climate Talks Will Fail – The New China Syndrome (Part 1)

October 5, 2009 by


PART ONE OF THREE PARTS It’s a pretty bold thing to say that these talks will fail, and don’t get me wrong, because as much as anybody I would like them to actually accomplish something, but no matter what the spin is that will come from this conference about it achieving something, the actuality is […]

France Is Disgusted With The United States. And With Good Reason

October 2, 2009 by


Those are words I would never have thought I would write. In my wildest dreams, I never would have imagined a time when I would have more respect for the leader of France than I did for the leader of my own country. That time has arrived. At a recent meeting of the United Nations Security […]

A Gutless Disgrace

October 2, 2009 by


By Tom McLaughlin from Family Security Matters Recent consternation about incivility in politics is lost on me. I’m thinking our politicians are much too polite. Our early leaders often worked out differences fighting duels. President Andrew Jackson took office with two bullets still in his body. Vice President Aaron Burr shot former Treasury Secretary Alexander […]

$67 Billion A Year To Africa Because We Emit Carbon Dioxide

September 11, 2009 by


By Nick Loris From The Economist: “RICH countries should compensate Africa for all their belching chimneys and exhausts. In a rare fit of African unity, it was decided at a recent flurry of leaders’ meetings that the United States, the European Union, Japan and others should pay the continent the tidy sum of $67 billion […]

The UN Declares: Do Not Say Anything Critical Of Islam. And Obama Agrees

June 23, 2009 by


If this isn’t the damndest thing I have ever come across!! Although with so-called diplomats and statesmen nowadays having the common sense of the Three Stooges, it really shouldn’t surprise me. At the end of this article I will place a link to a United Nations resolution entitled “Combating Defamation Of Religions.” This recommendation was […]

How WHO Found The Pandemic That Wasn’t

June 18, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt. Michael Fumento on how one of the world’s mildest flu viruses became one of the world’s biggest scares: A global flu pandemic is a “when, not an if.” So the World Health Organization (WHO) has been crying for five years. Now it can boast it was right. Problem is, the mildest pandemics […]

Obama Endorses Soros Plan To Loot America

April 6, 2009 by


Cliff Kincaid. At the G 20 summit in London, President Barack Obama won rave reviews from reporters, many of whom clamored like school kids for the chance to ask him a question at his news conference, but the official conference document proves that plans are being made for what can only be described as the […]

United Nations Says To America: ‘You’re Deadbeats’

March 13, 2009 by


Rory Cooper Yesterday, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon called the United States a “deadbeat” donor to the world body. The White House called these words “unfortunate” and at least rightfully acknowledged the “the contribution that the American taxpayer makes.” However, these words are much more than “unfortunate.” Let’s start with our donor status. The United States […]

The New Administration And The UN

December 3, 2008 by


OBAMA NOMINEES SIGNAL RADICAL PRO – UN AGENDA Cliff Kincaid CNN’s “Late Edition” Sunday program featured the views of several observers, including so-called “Republican strategist” Ed Rollins, who could find nothing objectionable in any of President-elect Barack Obama’s controversial pro-UN nominations in the foreign policy arena. Rollins’ views were indistinguishable from those of Democrat Party […]

The Next Financial Bailout Is Going To Be Much More Expensive

October 14, 2008 by


It remains to be seen if the 700 billion dollar bailout Congress just authorized has the affect that was intended. But that’s nothing compared to what could be coming up next year. And it’s not for the war,and it has no benefit to the average American. Barack Obama is a co-sponsor of Senate Bill S2433, […]

Good Versus Evil (Part 2)

August 31, 2008 by


In yesterday’s Post I mentioned that the results of an independent inquiry found that Australian Commando’s have no case to answer for allegedly mistreating some Taliban fighters captured after an intense and long battle against a numerically larger force. At the online Australian ABC News website in today’s news, there is yet another report calling […]