Archive for the ‘United Nations’ Category

Lord Monckton’s Sisyphian task, part 3

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

How effective has the Obama Administration been? It’s made everyone just a little more conservative, or at least reminded them that they always were. People are still in the majority in thinking that the Earth is getting warmer over the past few days (it’s not), but more are not embracing the idea that it is because of humans. I can’t wait to be told how much we “hate science” now. Why there was a drop, according to one of our loyal BC warming druids:

Andrew Weaver, a professor of climate analysis at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, said politics could be drowning out scientific awareness.

“It’s a combination of poor communication by scientists, a lousy summer in the Eastern United States, people mixing up weather and climate and a full-court press by public relations firms and lobby groups trying to instill a sense of uncertainty and confusion in the public,” he said.

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Lord Monckton’s Sisyphian task, part 2

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Yesterday I discussed the impact of the treaty to be voted on at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark this December. I don’t know what possesses these people to host these things in the most frigid times of the year in places like Denmark, but there you are. They probably think they are seeking refuge from the central regions of the Earth, which are all now on fire.

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Lord Monckton’s Sisyphian task, part 1

Monday, October 19th, 2009

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Much like Camus, Lord Monckton must argue absurdity itself. Camus made the argument that all life was absurd, with the absence of God permitting a meaningless existence. Monckton faces a similar uphill battle, with him arguing that the absence of freedom is keeping us in the same superfluous task.

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Netanyahu Speech To UN: “Have You No Shame?

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

“The man who called the Holocaust a lie spoke at this podium. To those who refused to come and to those who left in protest, I commend you. You stood up for moral clarity and you brought honor to your countries. But to those who gave this Holocaust denier a hearing, I say on behalf of my people, the Jewish people, and decent people everywhere — have you no shame? Have you no decency?”

The countries that walked out on Ahmadinejad’s puppet show included: Canada, US, Britain, France, Argentina, Australia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand.

**Thanks to Infidels Are Cool where I took over 90% of the material that comprised this post

UN Official Calls For Ban On Plastic Bags

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

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A top UN official has called for a worldwide ban on plastic bags:

“Single-use plastic bags which choke marine life should be banned or phased out rapidly everywhere,” said Achim Steiner, head of the U.N. Environment Program, according to McClatchy Newspapers. “There is simply zero justification for manufacturing them any more, anywhere.”

After Achim Steiner told the conference that plastic bags were bad for the environment, he sat down in his richly padded Italian leather chair, loosened the Salvatore Ferragamo five-fold, silk tie that adorned his Egyptian cotton Eton Diamond Shirt, and slowly poured some Japanese mineral water into his Oenophilia stemware. He then got up and walked out to his chauffer-driven Mercedes Mclaren SLR which took him to his private jet which flew him back to his 4800 sq. ft villa in Bordeaux.

From there, Steiner entered his villa, hugged his life partner, and when asked how the conference went, exclaimed, “Hopefully I got through to those bastards that plastic bags are killing  the environment!”

The UN Security Council Kinda Threatens North Korea

Monday, April 13th, 2009

Still angry over the April 5 launch of a rocket by North Korea, six United Nation members have agreed to send a UN Security Council statement, condemning North Korea’s actions:

Five permanent council members and Japan agreed on Saturday to the draft statement seen as a compromise between the supporters of tough measures against North Korea and restrained response to the communist regime’s rocket launch.

According to the draft, the UN Security Council condemns the rocket launch by North Korea on April 5, 2009, which is in contravention of Security Council Resolution 1718.

The UN Security Council could vote on the draft statement as early as Monday.

If that doesn’t put Kim Jong Il in his place, I can’t see what would.

The amazing part of the UN Security Council statement is that the actual statement  is a compromise. If the article is correct, there were a few of the six members that wanted to do something tougher-like maybe adding a few stronger words in the statement, while other UN Council members thought a tougher note was too, well, tough. So, they met day and night for a week and decided they would cut a compromise and send Kim Jong Il a note that was tough, yet not too tough. Something that was strongly worded, but not too strongly worded. Something that was to the point, yet nuanced enough that Jong Il wouldn’t get too upset and respond with his own *tough but fair* note.

At this point of the game, I think it would make more sense if the UN Security Council members and Jong Il open a Twitter account and IM each other until this thing is resolved. At least it would save on postage. And, when and if Jong Il gets tired of the lame UN threats, if he actually ever receives any, he can just unfollow the dickless UN wonders and move on to updating his super cool Facebook page. I hear he has over 300 friends. Wicked.

Is Were Bird Flu Fears Overblown?

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

The short answer is yes. The longer answer is yes, yes it was.

PARIS – Fears of a flu pandemic originating from the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus were overblown, the head of the World Organization for Animal Health said Thursday.

But “the risk was overestimated,” said Bernard Vallat, director general of the animal health organization, also known as the OIE.

“We have never seen such a stable strain,” Vallat said.

But wasn’t there a consensus saying the flu pandemic from H5N1 was going to wipe out huge swaths of the universe? Didn’t world governments pour billions and billions and billions and billions and billions and billions of dollars into foreign economies to help contain the *deadly* bird flu? Hmmmm, how can that many scientists be that wrong about something that just a year ago they were so positive about?

However, although bird flu is nothing to worry about any more, the UN is preparing us for the next horrible catastrophe that will DEFINITELY happen:

At the same time, the United Nations influenza coordinator said that governments around the world need to do more to prepare for the dramatic economic impact of the next flu pandemic.

“The economic consequences could be up to $2 trillion — up to 5 percent of global GDP removed,” he said, reiterating previous World Bank and UN estimates.

I see your $2 trillion and raise you $50 gagillion.

You have to give the UN credit, you pretty much have to chop off their arm to get it out of your pocket.

If the global scientific community and the UN didn’t have a clue about bird flu, I wonder what else they may not have a clue about–something that is costing us billions of $$$ each year. I’ll give you a hint: It’s getting warm in here.

The UN Wants Spiderman To Fight Along Side Peacekeepers

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Everyone with a pulse knows that Spiderman catches thieves just like flies. He also has radioactive blood and can swing from a thread. That’s pretty cool. So cool in fact that the UN wants to cash in on his Spider appeal and have asked Marvel Comix to draw Spidey along side UN Peacekeepers and aid workers, all in a bid to shed some positive light on the organization:

The UN is now seeking private backing so it can distribute 1m free copies to American schoolchildren. The project’s creator, the French producer Romuald Sciora, says he hopes it will then be translated into European languages.

So, if Spiderman becomes a UN Peacekeeper, does that mean he will get to rape little children like the real UN Peacekeepers have done in Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, the DRC, East Timor, Kosovo, Liberia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Somalia? Will Spidey get to pimp out African women? Will he get the thrill or torturing and murdering Bunian kids just like the Nepalese *Peacekeepers* have done?

The brains at Marvel are idiots for even considering signing on to this organization. Rapists, murderers, pedophiles, thieves, liars, corrupt to the bone. That’s what the UN have proven to be. Spiderman stands for something, he sure doesn’t need to be pimped out by UN demented heads.

The UN just doesn’t get it, but we all do. You can put a dress on a pig, but at the end of the day it’s still a pig.

The UN–World joke that no one is laughing at

If They Say It Isn’t About Money, What Is It Usually About?

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

Now that the Bali conference on global warming has finished, we have a chance to sit back and analyse what exactly went on. Thanks to the Bali conference, we now know that the world has a maximum of 10 years left in it before we all spontaneously combust. We now know for certain that the United States of America is the cause of global warming, global cooling, nearly all greenhouse gasses, temperatures rising and falling, 93% of all storms worldwide, and genital herpes.

What else have we learned? Well, finally someone from the conference came flat out and told the world what we normal, critical thinking people knew all along: Global warming is all about taking our money and giving it to a bunch of foreign slugs:

A panel at the IPCC conference titled “A Global CO2 Tax” took a step that will have a more lasting impact than an empty agreement. It urged the U.N. to adopt taxes on carbon dioxide emissions that would be “legally binding to all nations.”

In case you’re having a hard time wrapping your head around that, let’s look at it another way:

Schwank estimates the CO2 tax would generate “at least” $10 billion to $40 billion a year in revenues; but anyone who believes that has not paid attention. Even in nations that have a legitimate and more-or-less-limited government, such as ours, bureaucratic programs and taxes always grow bigger than first expected.

Perhaps you’re not a numbers person, then maybe this will bring it all home:

“A climate change response must have at its heart a redistribution of wealth and resources,” Emma Brindal, a “climate justice campaign coordinator” for Friends of the Earth Australia.

Yes, a redistribution of wealth. Imagine, the environmental thieves and liars are doing what those filthy commie swines couldn’t do in 70 or so years.

Let’s not think that this *redistribution of wealth* won’t happen, we’re not years away from this, we could be a matter of months away from this. The ultimate goal of bringing America to its knees is close at hand, and all the useful/useless idiots are smiling with a shit-eating grin.

Liberalism = Diseased mind

Happy United Nations Day

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007


Today, October 24, is United Nations Day. For real! Here is how Wicki describes this most illustrious day:

United Nations Day has traditionally been marked throughout the world by meetings, discussions and exhibits on the achievements and goals of the Organization.

That’ll take all of three minutes.

In 1971, the General Assembly recommended that Member States observe it as a public holiday.

A day for people to do nothing and celebrate an organization that does even less.

Several international schools throughout the world also celebrate the diversity of their student body on United Nations Day.

Well grab me a party hat and call me Mu’ebuka, Ima gonna celebrate me some diversity!

I wonder how the folks in Darfur celebrated UN day?

The Real Consensus Is In

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

The consensus may be in about global warming, but someone failed to mention it to these fellows:

A new analysis of peer-reviewed literature reveals that more than 500 scientists have published evidence refuting at least one element of current man-made global warming scares.

Among the various elements that the scientists refute are:

  • A natural 1500 year cycle has produced more than a dozen global warmings since our last ice age
  • our modern warming is linked strongly to variations in the sun’s irradiance.
  • sea levels are failing to rise importantly
  • human deaths will be reduced with warming because cold kills twice as many people as heat

Those are just a few points that the scientists refute, there are plenty of others in the article.

So feel free to enjoy the rest of your evening or day, for you have not destroyed our earth. There will be a tomorrow, despite the gloom and doom that Algore, David Suzuki, and any scientist who gets grants from the UN or any governmental environmental organizations predict.

Man, it sure is getting cold in here

Ban Ki-moon: Climate Change Behind Darfur Killing

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon wants you to feel very, very guilty about global warming. via Brietbart [emphasis added]:

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that the slaughter in Darfur was triggered by global climate change and that more such conflicts may be on the horizon, in an article published Saturday.

The Darfur conflict began as an ecological crisis, arising at least in part from climate change,” Ban said in a Washington Post opinion column.

UN statistics showed that rainfall declined some 40 percent over the past two decades, he said, as a rise in Indian Ocean temperatures disrupted monsoons.

“This suggests that the drying of sub-Saharan Africa derives, to some degree, from man-made global warming,” the South Korean diplomat wrote.

“It is no accident that the violence in Darfur erupted during the drought,” Ban said in the Washington daily.

When Darfur’s land was rich, he said, black farmers welcomed Arab herders and shared their water, he said.

With the drought, however, farmers fenced in their land to prevent overgrazing.

“For the first time in memory, there was no longer enough food and water for all. Fighting broke out,” he said.

A hat tip goes to my favourite radio talk show host, who had this comment:

Just when you thought it couldn’t get stranger, just when you thought — it actually gets stranger after this story. But when you thought it couldn’t get stranger, we can all breathe a huge sigh of relief. Well, because for a while there, you know, I thought it was barbaric Islamofascists killing off the blacks and Christians in a religious-based genocidal frenzy.

Bonus: listen to Al Gore sing Ball of Fire.

Cross posted at A Dog Named Kyoto