Global Warming Science:


Anthropogenic Global Warming Used to Promote Socialism


[last update: 2010/04/25]



U N Promotes Anti-Capitalism via Global Warming Propaganda


Beware the U.N. in all its guises- the non-science of global warming.


The following are all quoted from IPS news articles.


[2010, Apr 19]: The World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, which opened Monday in Bolivia, will reflect vigorous resistance to financial compensation for forest conservation in return for permits to emit greenhouse gases, activists told IPS. []


  • calls for the creation of an international body to regulate repayment of the so-called climate debt.
  • “The planet is dying," José Ramírez, a Bolivian who has lived for 43 years in Germany, told IPS emphatically.
  • Reducing consumption and living in harmony with the planet according to the Aymara cultural concept of "allin kausaw" ("good living") will be agreed worldwide, and the participation of civil society will not be without influence, says the doctor, who is in favour of "breaking with the capitalist system.
  • The proposal he [Rojas] is expounding at the Cochabamba Conference is to block the present system of market-based production with resistance measures and promote "Good Living".


[2010, Apr 19]: The success of the climate change conference taking place in the central Bolivian city of Cochabamba will depend on how unified civil society ultimately is in its efforts to influence the United Nations climate summit []


  • Only presidents who are personally close to Morales are attending the Cochabamba conference, such as Rafael Correa of Ecuador, Fernando Lugo of Paraguay, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, and Hugo Chávez of Venezuela.
  • The bulk of the debate will be led by civil society, which tends to oppose the market-based mechanisms proposed by most of the governments to fight climate change
  • Also up for discussion is the situation of indigenous peoples and of "climate migrants," and possible solutions for financing the transfer of technologies necessary for communities to adapt to the effects of climate change.
  • "Thanks to (President) Morales we have a rainbow of social and political entities behind this issue that we couldn't have even dreamed of four months ago," including student and labour groups, said Eduardo Giesen, the Latin America coordinator of Friends of the Earth International's climate justice programme.


 [2010, Apr 18]: European Activists Against Economic Growth: The global environmental crisis requires replacing the existing capitalist model of production with one that promotes "selective degrowth" of the economy and the restricted and responsible exploitation of natural resources, according to European experts and activists



  • "the goals of this restructuring of the economy are the conservation of natural resources and the democratisation of their use in favour of the peoples who live in the zones of exploitation, like the Amazon or the Congo Basin."
  • Climate Justice Action is a federation of environmental groups and activists that joined forces in 2009 to coordinate actions during the United Nations Climate Summit in Copenhagen last December.
  • In parallel with degrowth, Latouche promotes values like frugality, sobriety and austerity - in other words, he calls for renouncing the uncontrolled consumerism of contemporary capitalist societies.
  • Passadakis suggested that activists promoting these alternatives should focus on two levels: the national level, to foment a vision that is ecological and entails economic degrowth, "for example, through opposition to new carbon-based power plants and in favour of reducing the workday in order to redistribute employment and income."



Who is IPS?


Inter Press Service - funded by the United Nations, Rockefeller Foundation, Oxfam and others.

Inter Press Service (IPS) is the world’s leading news agency on issues such as development, environment, human rights and civil society.” []




Mission: “bear the hopes of Third World countries and peoples for a new international economic order and, as a consequence, a new information and communication order within the framework of the United Nations” []


Civil Society: Although technically meaning the non-government, non-market sector of society (civilian organizations), the (post-) modern definition is a codeword for socialist movements – Wikipedia: “in the 1990s with the emergence of the nongovernmental organizations and the New Social Movements (NSMs) on a global scale, civil society as a third sector became a key terrain of strategic action to construct ‘an alternative social and world order.’




Evo Morales and the Peoples’ Conference on Climate Change


From the Guardian (2010 Apr 21):


"Planet or death!" chanted Bolivia's leftwing president, Evo Morales … officially inaugurating the first international "people's conference" on climate change. … president [Morales] will have raised some eyebrows though with bizarre comments in his opening address that baldness is the consequence of genetically modified chickens and potatoes and that Coca-Cola is "poison and sewage water". Bolivia's first indigenous president, a former llama herder and coca grower, added: "Either capitalism dies, or it will be Mother Earth." []



From Eurasia Review (2010 Apr 21):


Morales maintained that the wealthy countries of the world have a debt with the rest of the planet because the “atmospheric space” is “filled with the emission of winter-effect gases.” He called for the founding of an international tribunal that would judge cases of environmental crimes at the UN conference on the environment that is planned for later this year in Mexico.

Morales also claimed that “Baldness that appears to be normal is a disease in Europe, almost all of them are bald, and that is because of the things they eat; while among the indigenous peoples there are no bald people, because we eat other things,” said the 50 year old leader. He also claimed that the presence of homosexual men around the world is a consequence of inadequate nutrition. According to Morales, this is due to eating chicken saturated with feminizing hormones “The chicken that we eat is chock-full of feminine hormones. So, when men eat these chickens, they deviate from themselves as men.” Laughter emerged from the audience.




After the conference


From LA Times (2010 Apr 23):


Morales: “How can we as human beings collectively end irrational industrialization and consumption to cease provoking irreparable harm to our environment? … We now propose to go one step further and begin collectively drafting a Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth. This will establish a legal framework for protecting our increasingly threatened natural environment and raising the global consciousness about Mother Earth, on which we all depend for life.




From  NZ Herald (2010 Apr 24):


A conference on climate change wants US$300 billion in annual compensation from wealthy countries and global companies to deal with global warming effects.




From The Guardian UK (2010 Apr 23):


Rich countries should reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% and set up a court to punish climate crimes, according to an international conference of grassroots climate groups and social movements in Bolivia. … Speaking at the close … Morales called on the UN to listen to the voice of the poorest. "The UN has an obligation to listen to its peoples and social forces. If the UN doesn't want to lose its authority, they should apply the conclusions of this conference.




From IPS (2010 Apr 23):


Industrialised countries -- regarded as responsible because of their leading role in industrial development, which has caused climate change -- are called on to pay the debt they owe for polluting the world's atmosphere, on pain of legal action if they fail to honour this obligation. … The world is experiencing a "great crisis" in which 75 percent of greenhouse gases are emitted by 25 percent of its countries, the industrialised states, causing direct impacts such as droughts and floods. … The Cochabamba conference also rejected carbon compensation schemes, which are mechanisms to compensate the polluting emissions in rich countries by means of projects that curb emissions in the developing world … The conference called for the creation of a climate justice tribunal, with powers to prosecute persons or companies responsible for pollution, and for a thorough reform of the U.N. to allow countries that fail to live up to their greenhouse gas reduction commitments to be put on trial.



So the developing countries do not want to curb their own emissions, while forcing wealth transfers from developed nations. Yet according to the Global Carbon Project, the CO2 emissions from developing countries now exceeds that from developed countries, as shown in the following figure.








Washington Post – Redistribution of Wealth


[22 Feb 2010]: “Climate Insurance”



The article promotes the use of a carbon tax as a means of redistributing wealth: “A gradually rising carbon tax made sense even before "global warming" entered most people's vocabulary. … And if politicians can't bear to stand behind an increased tax, the revenue from either proposal could all be returned in a fair and progressive way.” (Returning taxes in a “progressive way” means redistribution.)


The article also promotes the common myth about oil, stating that a carbon tax “would reduce American dependence on dictators in Saudi Arabia and Venezuela while lowering air pollution of all kinds.” The US imports 65% of its oil. Of this imported oil, about 10% comes from Saudi Arabia and 10% from Venezuela. (10% of 65% imports = 6.5% of the total oil consumption). More than 20% of the imported oil comes from Canada. (See:


The article reiterates the common AGW lie: “there are few reputable scientists who would disagree with anything in that first paragraph … [the first paragraph: The Earth is warming. A chief cause is the increase in greenhouse gases accumulating in the atmosphere. Humans are at least in part responsible, because the oil, gas and coal that we burn releases these gases. If current trends persist, it's likely that in coming decades the globe's climate will change with potentially devastating effects for billions of people.]” They cite the IPCC as their source.

Yet there are likely as many climate scientists who disagree –






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