UN urges countries to tax rich to help fight climate change
Climate Depot's Marc Morano explains
- Duration 3:37
- Date Jul 6, 2012
Climate Depot's Marc Morano explains
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-- -- in the ninety's again any of this talk of a hundred degrees tomorrow.
So what do you think the folks at the the -- the United Nations just on the east side of his pressure cooker what -- they wanna do now in the middle bullets.
-- a cool it down by hitting some billionaires up.
Attacks to bring down -- you heard me right the United Nations is seriously considering a proposal to tax billionaires to help.
Fight climate change.
Is it worries me no one at the White House has come out against this so.
Get ready for this but -- of climate depots -- isn't going away anytime soon but man.
I'm not understanding what that attacks in the billionaires is gonna do to -- end -- -- -- trying where this money.
I mean it we know -- from the G-8 -- we know from UN summit they actually believe that acts of the United Nations and acts of congress can control the Earth's weather.
And what they're trying to do now is go after billionaires and that about.
A little less -- I guess -- thousand billionaires worldwide the United States having the most they want a 1% tax on their wealth.
To raise but -- four point six billion dollars in addition they -- -- have a carbon tax to raise 250.
Per -- to fight global warming and to help developing countries ostensibly.
And it and the perversion -- they actually gonna help.
The developing world one point six billion of -- -- have running water and electricity help them not to develop.
They can't have carbon based energy that -- and the UN wants to remake -- they wanna use the billionaire's money to make sure they suppress wealth creation.
Yeah I'm -- and hundreds of the world might.
I don't know like food and water -- leaving that -- I'm wondering about what they do what -- -- it's not been entirely driven I don't.
Liberals don't -- -- donated to simply hasn't yet can't latch on to the -- -- And blade you know.
Climate change just like you can't say it's cold outside and -- climates and to -- ever both arguments I guess now and this is obviously this would be.
The zeroing in on businesses.
Who are stagger right now here there everywhere.
And then pushed them further to the -- -- Yeah I mean we actually have.
Ottmar Eden how fair a UN IP CC climate official who's actually been on record as saying we're gonna redistribute the world's wealth via climate policy.
That environmental policy and regulations has nothing to do with the environments they're actually on record as openly admitting that.
Al Gore has talked about the climate -- -- the first step toward global governance this is about the United Nations getting wealth and getting -- management.
The developing world and as much of the developed world they can get their hands on.
I just came from the Durban summit in South Africa and the Rio earth summit Donna Brazil the UN -- that pick.
Exotic locations and they also know how to get money they're talking about international courts for climate reparations.
And what better way to get the debt that -- can't let -- climate reparations paid them by going after the world's billionaires by going after carbon tax which is gonna essentially penalize wealth.
Well not only do you go after the billionaires and you go -- -- the companies through.
Owners and regulations and manufacturing rules and that's it was a -- sort of like a double bank you're about to come off thoughts on not a -- idea still.
And it's it's very orwellian we have a German climate advisor called for I was CO2 budget for every man woman and -- on the planet monitored by international agencies this is stuff Orwell couldn't conceive of your home energy use your travel -- train travel -- travel all monitored by international agencies it's not the stuff of science fiction -- on record as calling for this.
-- and you've been -- -- that a lot of people is looking at this.
Mark thank you very much have a good weekend thinking now they said.