Strauss-Kahn says interim funding necessary before imposition of carbon taxes
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, March 8, 2010
International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn today called for a huge global warming slush fund to be established as an interim measure before carbon taxes are implemented in the name of preventing weather disasters related to alleged man-made climate change.
Speaking in Nairobi Kenya today, “Strauss-Kahn said the Fund is concerned about the huge amount of funding needed and the effect that will have on the global economy,” reports the Associated Press.
The IMF chief said that an outline paper would be published later this week which would detail how countries would adopt a quota system “which could bring in money faster than proposals to increase carbon taxes or other fundraising methods”.
Strauss-Kahn said that the measure was merely a stop-gap in anticipation of the longer term implementation of carbon taxes, that is a global levy on the very substance we exhale.
“We all know that (carbon taxes and other fundraising methods) will take time and we don’t have this time. So we need something which looks like an interim solution, which will bridge the gap between now and the time when those carbon taxes will be big enough to solve the problem,” Strauss-Kahn said. “And that is exactly what the IMF proposal is dealing with.”
Strauss-Kahn cited the failed Copenhagen “agreement” in claiming that $100 billion dollars a year would be needed to help poorer countries fight the effects of climate change, which as the Climategate scandal exposed, have been completely exaggerated and even fabricated by the IPCC in pursuit of a predetermined consensus.
However, one of the primary reasons behind the failure of Copenhagen was put down to the leak of the “Danish text,” which revealed how the IMF and the World Bank were using climate change as a smokescreen with which to hide their neo-colonial agenda.
As we reported at the time, the leaked text exposed how funds from climate financing, originally allocated to go to the UN and then be doled out piecemeal to third world nations, would instead be paid directly into the coffers of the World Bank and IMF, organizations that have made a habit out of looting poorer countries with crippling debts that cannot be paid back, forcing such countries to hand over their entire infrastructure to globalist loan sharks.
Leaders of third world countries were horrified to discover that developed nations would take on less of a burden than anticipated and that more would be demanded of poorer countries despite the fact that any further cuts in CO2 emissions would further cripple their flimsy economies and poverty-stricken people.
Billionaire elitist George Soros subsequently told Copenhagen delegates how poorer nations would be forced to take on what he described as “green loans” in the name of combating climate change, a policy that would land the already financially devastated third world with even more debt, payable to globalist institutions such as the IMF.
The creation of revenue streams to bankroll the structure of global governance that will oversee the implementation a “green world order” will again be up for discussion at a series of new Copenhagen process negotiations set to take place in April, May and June.
As we highlighted last month, leaked policy documents reveal that the United Nations plans to create a “green world order” by 2012 which will be enforced by a structure of global governance and funded by a gargantuan $45 trillion transfer of wealth from richer countries, as the globalists’ insidious plan to centralize power, crush sovereignty while devastating the economy is exposed once again.