Urbin Report

Monday, December 10, 2007

Just how much of a crisis is this again?

Curt at Flopping Aces points out this interesting bit from the UN Boondoggle in Bali:

The science on climate change is indisputable so the world must now act to limit greenhouse gas emissions or face "abrupt and irreversible" change, the head of the Nobel prize-winning U.N. climate panel said on Sunday.

But Rajendra Pachauri, head of the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), said the industrialized world did not have a moral right to force poorer nations to slash emissions that may stunt their growth.

Curt then draw the correct conclusion:
Only a politician looking for a Socialist paradise would have the gall to say that the world is facing "abrupt and irreversible" change unless we reduce greenhouse gas emissions but that developed nations don’t have a “moral right” to ask less developed nations to do anything to avoid this catastrophe.

Soooooo transparent. It seems to be more of a policy to harm developed nations rather then saving the earth.

Read the whole thing. Hardly surprising, the UN bandits are cherry picking the data to make their case and crushing any dissent.