The Secretary General Of The United Nations Says That The Climate Change Treaty Will Be Enforced By Global Governance

The Secretary General of the United Nations is being very clear what it will take to implement a climate change treaty: “We will establish a global governance structure to monitor and manage the implementation of this.”

The U.S. Constitution states that the president cannot sign treaties without the approval of two-thirds of the Senate.  Is Barack Obamaabout to violate the Constitution by signing a treaty in Copenhagen?

Are the Russians suggesting that the entire global temperature record used by the IPCC to inform world government policy is a crock?



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  1. I love it! He has finally let the cat out of the bag. This is the reason why public support for the treaty collapsed in the first place; The public does not want to fall under the control of a new layer of government. Lord Monckton said that this was a new World Governmet, and few people beleived him. Others denied that this was the case. Now the UN comes out and says it. Fantastic. There is no way that China or the US will allow themselves to be under the thumb of a foriegn government. With a global government tellin g him what to do, Obama goes from being the driver of the bus, to the guy who is just schlepping bags. Good luck getting an agrement to limit emissions now! The climate change/world government movement is truly dead!

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