This past June, down in Rio, they were playing games with your money. Your money and mine, actually. I only wish it was a Monopoly Game they were playing with….I’d be a lot less irritated. Paul Driessen and Duggan Flanakin went to Rio to witness the global heist attempt and here is a small piece of what they wrote.
Just this week, the Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives released a new report to the United Nations Rio+20 Earth Summit on Sustainable Development. The executive summary of No Future Without Justice begins with the heading, “The World Is in Need of Fundamental Change.” The document then offers “solutions,” which include “universal fiscal equalization” and a “massive and absolute decoupling of well-being from resource extraction and consumption.”
Really folks. What world to we live in where stealing from people is called “Justice?” The most basic immorality of these people is so off the charts obvious it is not to be believed. If I were not reading this report with my very own eyes, I’d swear I was reading some account of how Mein Kampf went viral in 2012.
The authors continue:
“What is the source of all of this gobbledygook? Agenda 21, the centerpiece of the original Rio Earth Summit – which is being perpetuated, refined and redefined at parallel proceedings in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, while the main sustainability discussions are ongoing in Rio de Janeiro.”
“In short, “sustainable development” is a system that requires a redefinition of business activity, away from the pursuit of personal profit – and of government activity, away from the pursuit of individual happiness and justice – and toward the pursuit of societal good, as defined by activists and the UN.”
Hillary Clinton and the Environmental Czar, Sheila Jackson were attending this convention of coveting criminals. Oh, but why not? It fits Hillary’s redistributive agenda certainly.
Meanwhile, the Middle East is roiling, the EU is treading on thin ice, and the U.S. is participating in a global scam the size of Uranus. (Did I say that?)
Yes, I think I did!
The genius of these Rio Radicals is this (from the same article):
“To guide this “fundamental” shift toward the sustainability paradigm, the Group laid down eight principles – the key being the “precautionary principle,” which forbids any activity that might involve risk or “do harm.” Its own sustainability prescriptions are, of course, exempted from any reviews under the precautionary principle.”
Well, that is like saying there are no absolutes, now isn’t it? (If you don’t get that right away, think about it a minute.)
I think I’ll go put “The Girl From Ipanema” on my ITunes list now. You know, to get in the spirit of things. My thoughts of Rio have changed….speaking of fundamental change. Maybe I need a conversation with the Roaming Gnome. I’m sure he’d side with me and disagree with the global jet setters who are planning to steal from the whole planet. After all, if they get their way, the Roaming Gnome would be out of business because no one will be allowed to travel.
Bon voyage! Ta Ta for now!!