The return of the United Nations means another opportunity for them to waste resources and make minimal progress towards bettering our world. Year after year they have the same few ideas on their agenda with little variation, and this year is no exception. As an organization that has failed time and time again to bring any true and lasting change, it’s hard to place your hopes in their hands. Unfortunately, it appears that once again we are stuck with their progressive efforts as the best solution for “global peace.”
The United Nations claims to be a beacon for global cooperation, but in actuality it is nothing more than a shallow reflection of the collective moral bankruptcy of the nations that make up its membership. Rather than meaningfully address issues such as staying out of the world’s business, they instead choose to suffocate us all with their climate change agenda. This year, they seem to be more aggressive than years prior.
Town Hall reports, The UN’s global wokescolds are once again calling for massive acceleration of “climate” efforts, including ending oil, gas, and coal production and redistributing wealth globally to achieve “net zero” emissions by the end of the decade.
According to the latest report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), “Humanity is on thin ice – and that ice is melting fast” in addition to accusing humans of “virtually all global heating over the last 200 years.”
Let’s WATCH the bone chilling report
In addition, the UN says carbon dioxide concentrations are at their “highest in at least two million years” and the “climate time-bomb is ticking.”
Conveniently, and by design, the UN claims to have the “survival guide for humanity” that will “diffuse the climate time-bomb.” The UN’s reply is more centralized nongovernmental control of nations around the world, so that it can force policies that will destroy economies, including the United States’.
The UN’s report demands, “Shipping, aviation, steel, cement, aluminum, agriculture – every sector must be aligned with net zero by 2050 with clear plans including interim targets to get there.”
The United Nations calls on “CEOs of all oil and gas companies to be part of the solution”, which inexorably results in the demise of their companies.
Isn’t this supposed to be the United Nations? Aren’t they supposed to help with global peace as the new world nears for WWIII? Apparently, the global climate is a more pressing issue than the potential nuclear war. If that doesn’t tell you everything you need to know about the UN I don’t know what will.
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