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Op-Ed: UN Climate Conference Revealed True Motivation of Climate Activists - It's All About the Money

Added 11-29-22 06:45:03pm EST - “The challenge for COP27 delegates was straightforward: How do we separate wealthy nations from their loose change?” - Westernjournal.com


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Westernjournal.com: “Op-Ed: UN Climate Conference Revealed True Motivation of Climate Activists - It's All About the Money”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.” — Saul of Tarsus, tentmaker and traveling evangelist, first century A.D.

Climate activists, climate justice warriors, climate envoys, vegans, politicians, global investment firms, United Nations personnel, corporate interests and just about everyone else with a stake in the fraudulent man-made global warming hypothesis met in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for COP27 on Nov. 6 to 18.

The UN Conference of the Parties did not meet in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Chad, Haiti, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan or some other location that the UN has designated as having suffered the effects of “climate change” — the new term to describe man-made global warming. Apparently, the Egyptian resort town was more conducive to the heavy lifting that faced the attendees: trying to agree on how to separate wealthy nations from their loose change. Al Gore and John Kerry were front and center in these efforts.

In 2021, COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, focused on establishing targets to reduce the CO2 emissions of member parties to limit the increase in the average temperature of the Earth to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels. No longer is the issue man-made global warming. Know why? There has been none.

Now it is about the effects of “climate change.” According to the UN, climate change has caused floods, droughts, rising sea levels, extinctions of species, food scarcity, increased health risks, reduced GDP growth, poverty and displacement, and just about every other ailment known to man in Third World countries! Antonio Guterres, secretary-general of the UN, said in his opening address to the delegates, “We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot still on the accelerator.”


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