Anthropogenic Global Class Warfare

With a deal about to be closed in Copenhagen, I wanted to point readers to two rather important posts by EU Referendum about the actual meaning of the politics of AGW, the goal of Copenhagen and any deal that may (or may not) be closed there. And of the rather sleazy role the UNs chief climatologist railway engineer Rajendra Pachauri and the Tata Group play in all of this.

The first is Global warming: an economic war. In this post Richard North argues that AGW is the field of battle in an economic war between Western and Asian countries. One in which current Western governments are all too eager to quickly surrender. It also highlights the mode of operation of the Tata Group, the company which gave us the UNs chief climatologist railway engineer Rajendra Pachauri. Rather not surprisingly, the Tata Group is worse then the worst excesses of the biggest industrial conglomerations of the west, to wit:

Its history is marked by trail of human rights, labour and environmental abuses. It stands accused of genocide against indigenous tribes, fomenting civil war to achieve commercial ends, and dictatorial behaviour in the only private city in India, the steel city of Jamshedpur, where democracy has never existed and local elections are unknown.

In the troubled states where it operates, a state of civil war exists which the government is losing. In the majority of the districts, writ of government no longer prevails as the rebels capitalise on the extreme poverty. To obscure their popular origins, indigenous fighters are branded as “Marxists” and hunted down by company and state-financed militias, some recruited from the ranks of criminals, their barbarism and ferocity facilitated by rigorous media control and censorship, where Western journalists are not welcome.

The unrest is used by the company and its other corporate allies as an excuse to clear out tribal villages and forcibly resettle populations on a massive scale, fuelling tribal tensions and exacerbating the violence.

Tata in particular has a vice-like grip over the weak and corrupt national and state governments and, with mining and metals enterprises, effectively controls the State Pollution Control Board, which consistently acts against the interests of the people and the environment. Gross pollution is rampant, with unchecked deforestation.

Collectively, the corporates have enough power and economic clout to frame their own laws and weaken existing laws on human rights, investment, corporate liabilities and labour relations. Yet the “business-friendly” outward face presented to Western investors is a sham. The Corporatocracy, as represented by Tata, is a ruthless predator, bent only on enhancing its own power and wealth, regardless of the cost to others, plundering Western capital and assets.

The second is Climate justice. This one illustrates how AGW is used to ruthlessly play on ‘white guilt’ and is nothing more then a means to extort many, many more (tax) funds from western countries to prop up dysfunctional regimes in Africa and elsewhere. The central issue starts with a quote from the South African Times Live (partly given below): bb

Climategate clearly highlights what author and analyst Naomi Klein has called a class war. In an interview during the summit, she said: “This conversation that has started here [is] about the real face of environmentalism, as a class war that is being waged by the rich against the poor.”

Class warfare? Where did we hear that before? Didn’t we get rid of such muddled thinking back in 1989-1990?

Mr. North responds:

That is the beast naked in tooth and claw. “Global warming” has become the totemic issue, the cause over which the “white man” can be brought to “justice” and atone for his sins. That these representatives of the developing countries believe in global warming is because they want to believe it – not for what it is, but for what it represents. (…)

Global warming is not about science – it is an article of faith and it does represent the political fault-line between developing nations and the West. No amount of debunking of the flawed science is going to change that. (…)

This presents an intriguing if not alarming conundrum. Global warming advocates have released their own, rather more powerful genie and that too is going to be hard to put back in its bottle. We might win the scientific argument – at least in the Western media. But that means nothing if the real fight is the “class war” – or economic war, as I would have it.

That is one of the most profound effects of the ‘Green Agenda’. It pitted developing nations against the developed world by providing the former with the idee-fixe that all of their woes are the ‘white man’s fault and they are entitled to huge wads of cash for the Wstern ‘sin’ of being successful. That ‘class struggle’ will be with us for quite some time to come. And given the lack of backbone in our current government elites, we in the West will all be paying dearly for years to come. And lose our independence in the process.

This is nothing less then imposing global communism on us. And don’t kid yourself: In this particular play, we in the West are the Romanovs.

[UPDATE001] Here‘s EURefs take on the tentative (?) Copenhagen deal.

As for the rest, cheap electricity is a vital part of a competitive economy. Yet here we are burdening our own electricity suppliers with additional costs, some of which funds are then sent to our competitors in undeveloped countries, giving them an even cheaper cost base and even greater competitive advantage. No wonder we are going broke.

[UPDATE002] There is a deal, and while generally hailed as an abject failure (which ould be good news, James Delingpole sees it differently: Climategate: we won the battle, but at Copenhagen we just lost the war.

This nauseating piggery took two forms. First were the Third World kleptocracies – led by the likes of Hugo Chavez and Robert Mugabe – using “Global Warming” as an excuse to extort guilt-money from the Western nations.

Second, and much more dangerous, were the First World Corporatists who stand to make trillions of dollars using the Enron economics of carbon trading. Never mind all the talk of President Obama’s trifling $100 billion pledge. This is very small beer compared with the truly eye-watering sums that will be ransacked from our economies and our wallets over the next decades in the name of “carbon emissions reduction.”(…)

[Saving the Kyoto treaty] matters because it was at Kyoto that the mechanisms for establishing a global carbon market were established. Carbon trading could not possibly exist without some form of agreement between all the world’s governments on emissions: the market would simply collapse. By keeping Kyoto alive, the sinister troughers of global corporatism have also kept their cash cow alive.

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4 Responses to Anthropogenic Global Class Warfare

  1. DP111 says:

    For Socialists and Marxists, the environmental agenda was a heaven sent opportunity to latch onto after the demise of the USSR. Their main goal has always been the transfer of wealth till equality is achieved. This could only be done by force. Having failed in the communist countries, the environmental agenda, AGW, etc became the way to achieve the same goals but internationally, with the added benefit that a global government could come into being.It is for this reason that communists and socialists, as well as their fellow travellers, the NGOs, are hysterical about AGW. Hopefully this AGW scam will be laid to rest. But the danger is that Leftists, having been led to think that they had achieved their goals, will be disappointed and deeply embittered. They may set out again in the course that Red Brigades and Bader-Meinhoff revolutionaries took in the seventies. The danger exists.

  2. DP111 says:

    Part IRichard North has made a strong case, that its all about money and nothing else. However there many players in this AGW CC scam, with no doubt differing motives for furthering this scam. By players, I mean those who have influence or power to further the scam and make it stick. For instance the poor countries have a financial stake in the AGW scam, as they will be the ones that get huge amounts of money free, but have no power, and hence are not PLAYERS.So we have a few real Players – USA, China, EU, and India. This is the developed world, and the rapidly developing world. Right upto a few weeks ago, both China and India had no interest in AGW or Carbon restrictions. Then dramatically, just two weeks ago, offers were made to China and India that made them change their minds. In effect, just two players had any real interest in AGW, and doing something about it USA and the EU, i.e., the West.I will assume that politicians are cynically hard-headed people, and are guided by either self-interest or the interests of their own nation, which may then be used to further their self-interest. This is all to the good, and I expect this from all really good politicians.

  3. DP111 says:

    Part IIWe are now left with two PLAYERS – Th money men- the corporatocracy as North calls them, and Western politicians, who represent national strategic interests that are different from he purely financial. These could be strategic control of resources – mineral or agricultural resources, and others. Safeguarding mineral resources like oil or other minerals, is obvious, and both China and India have a stake in this. Similar with agriculture ie food. So it cant be these two, that bothers the West only, to carry out and further the AGW scam.As I've noted before, the population of the world is increasing rapidly. It is not increasing the West but in the Third world. Both China and India are developing rapidly, and hopefully they can manage. There is one group of nations though, that have a very rapidly increasing population, but no simultaneous growth in real GDP. The problem in Africa and Islamic countries, is that the population is increasing at a very high rate, while their populations are unable to create a viable economy. They also have an indifferent attitude to work. With a sedentary workforce, marginal agriculture, the scene is thus set for food shortages, and in the near future, famine. In fact famine is ongoing in parts of Africa.Now why is this all the West's fault and why are these parts of the world so vehement in demanding money gratis? In the natural course, food shortages and famine, abysmal infrastructure, leads to high infant mortality. It also leads to deaths by all kinds of diseases. The West though developed antibiotics, as well as vaccines, that allowed the population in Africa to grow far faster then the ability of Africans to feed itself, or to take care of the nation at large. This is where the West stepped in, with not just vast amounts of food, but the ability to airlift that food + medicine + doctors and nurses to any part of the world.

  4. DP111 says:

    Part IIIThe result is that the African population has continued to grow, when in the past, it would have stayed at a level that the subsistence agriculture and primitive culture of Africa could maintain. This rapidly increasing African population that has been pampered and spoilt, now feels, not unjustly, that the West is to blame. It is interesting to note, that one of the main aims of the Copenhagen Climate change talks was to fix the mount of money that was going to be given as a gift to Africa every year, for the foreseeable future.As we all realize, not much of the money will end up where it is needed. It will be handled by the UN , which will takes its cut – both legal and illegal.Then the corrupt dictators of Africa will take another cut. The remainder may end up in some infrastructure project. But as Iraq has shown, these projects have life only till the completion of the project. Once it is complete, the project goes to ruin, as Iraq did not have the means or qualified people to run the project. This was the case in Iraq, which by African standards, is a developed country.Whatever the case, the rapid growth of population in Africa and Muslim countries, is a real problem for the West. This will come to a head in 20 years or so(Note the time scale posited at the Copenhagen summit, when the AGW crisis is supposed to occur). When there is large scale famine in the Third World, particularly Africa, there will be a huge exodus of these people to the West, with particular destination being the English speaking countries ( Note that AGW CC was hyped and underwritten in the main, by the UK and the USA). With an exodus of tens of millions of starving and destitute people besieging the West, I do not see how this can be stopped. Both our compassion for the starving and the dying, as well as our Christian heritage, preclude any attempt to stop the exodus. In a matter of a couple of years, Europe and the West will no longer have a dominant Western people or culture. Goodbye the West.Given this looming crisis, and a PC culture that forbids mentioning it, there is no other way but to address it via an imaginary but theoretically plausible AGW Climate change "catastrophe".So here is the programme1. Raise large amounts of money via an imagined looming crisis of AGW.2. Use some of that money to fund the yet to be solved Banking liquidity crisis.3.Use some more of that money to fund the EU, where all the power in Europe resides, thus preventing any European country to break the CONCENSUS.4. Use some of the money to fund African and Third world dictators to impose population control. Going out on a limb with the fourth, as it assumes that our politicians have the future welfare of the West in mind. However, it is worth bearing in mind that population reduction has been the goal of many nations, as well as well-meaning organisations, such Greens, Ecos and planet Earth friendly movements.

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