Environmental and Climate Change groups declare global warming cannot be stopped until Capitalism is abolished. Draw up ‘Margarita Declaration’.
Pretty sure that margaritas must have played a major contributing factor in the insipid and idiotic imbecility of the world’s Communists and Marxists demanding an end to Capitalism. Hiding within the Environmental movement, today’s Greens are just Reds masquerading as ‘Sky-Is-Falling’ global warming evangelists to deceive America into surrendering to Communism as a measure of faith to the planet. So in a conference of Global Warming addicts and propagandists sponsored by the UN, they yanked off the green masks they were wearing and openly declared what the Environmental movement is really all about: demanding the end of Capitalism and installing a global Marxist/Communist system “For the good of the children…. err – planet”.
Enshrined in a document of raw absurdity called the “Margarita Declaration”, 130 UN environmental groups meeting in a Socialist utopia of Venezuela, declare Capitalism to blame for global warming and demand the end of Capitalism. “To combat climate change it is necessary to change the system,” the declaration states.
So as many Conservatives have been warning – the Climate Change Environmental movement is nothing but a front to impose Communism and Marxism. Perhaps maybe now some might wake up to the reasons WHY Obama has been implementing his “Climate Change” policies via diktat and decree.
Climate Change/Global warming IS and ALWAYS HAS BEEN A HOAX – a crow bar designed to pummel and impose Communism upon an ignorant people clueless of how the bastardized world of science and media could be used to strip away your liberties.
Environmentalists have declared that global warming can’t be stopped without ending the “hegemonic capitalist system,” saying that cap-and-trade systems and conservation efforts are “false solutions.”
“The structural causes of climate change are linked to the current capitalist hegemonic system,” reads the final draft of the Margarita Declaration, presented at a conference including about 130 environmental groups.
“To combat climate change it is necessary to change the system,” the declaration adds.
Environmental activists met in the oil producing, socialist country of Venezuela as part of a United Nations-backed event to increase civil engagement in the lead up to a major climate conference.
But environmentalists surprised U.N. officials by offering up a declaration that not only seeks to end capitalism, but one that also opposes U.N.-backed efforts to fight global warming — namely, cap-and-trade and forest conservation programs.
Climate-change news analysis site RTCC reports that it’s unclear which groups signed onto the declaration, adding that it runs in the face of the “green economy” solutions to global warming backed by rich nations.
But many poor countries, like Venezuela, do not support a “green economy” solution to global warming, instead, arguing that rich countries should give poor nations cash payments and technology transfers.
Rejection of cap-and-trade and forest conservation programs also fly in the face of U.S. and European environmental groups, which back programs to limit and price carbon dioxide emissions.
In the U.S., environmentalists rallied behind the Environmental Protection Agency proposals to cut carbon dioxide emissions from new and existing power plants — a plan that would force the shutdown of coal-fired power plants.
“Climate disruption is the greatest challenge facing our generation,” Michael Brune, the director of the Sierra Club, said in a statement in June. “Until now, power plants have been allowed to dump unlimited amounts of carbon pollution into our air, driving dangerous climate disruption, and fueling severe drought, wildfires, heat waves and superstorms.”
“EPA is setting up our states to fail – our local economies to fail – to deliver on the president’s promise that electricity prices will skyrocket – all for immeasurable so-called climate benefits,” Louisiana Republican Sen. David Vitter said in a Thursday hearing on the EPA’s new rule. ”This rule is all pain and no gain.”