Tutututut— (Agenda 21 in Rio)

Rio’s Anti-Democracy Summit


Zion-Loather Dizzy Des Tutu Wants You to “Redistribute” Your Moolah

But only, of course, for the best of reasons: to put an end to climate change and bridge the gaping chasm between rich and poor.  Can’t fault him for that, right?
  • Is it an African thing trying to steal other peoples money rather than create wealth?
Germany’s Green Energy Fiascos
Germany, one of the countries that leads the world in preaching the global warming doctrine and insists the rest of the world do as it says, should re-evaluate itself in regards to its environmental on-goings.  (source)

Rio’s Anti-Democracy Summit

Five days from now the United Nations’ Rio+20 conference will officially commence in glamorous Rio de Janiero. Most of the world’s citizens will pay little attention. With bills to pay and mouths to feed, we have other things on our mind.  (source)

But there’s a serious problem. Many of the individuals attending Rio+20 think they’re authorized to speak for the rest of us. They also think it’s their job to choose our future.

Forward to the tyranny of professional parasites!

Two days ago an opinion piece authored by UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, was published in Der Spiegel, a prominent German news magazine (backup linkhere). So far no translation – or even record – of it is available on the section of Ban Ki-moon’s website specifically devoted to such matters. So a Google translationwill have to do.

The title of the piece is The Consumer Principle is Dead. (Over at the NoTricksZone blog, this has been translated as The Model of Consumption is Dead.) In a recent post I quoted Bjorn Lomborg:

Contrary to the U.N.’s dire assessment, humanity has never seen a clearer reduction in poverty worldwide. The proportion of people living in absolute poverty has dropped massively, from 52 percent in 1981 to 22 percent today.

Lomborg wasn’t exaggerating when he said the UN nevertheless considers this remarkable achievement a failure. Here’s Google’s imperfect translation of what Ban Ki-Moon said in Der Spiegel:

For too long we have tried the path to prosperity through enhanced to ensure consumption. This model is dead in Rio, we need a new model for an economy of the 21st Century development…

So the economic model that has, in a mere 30 years, slashed the percentage of the world’s population living in squalor in half doesn’t deserve praise and support. Rather, the UN considers it dead. This is the same UN that has been utterly ineffectual with respect to achieving peace in the Middle East, discouraging piracy on the high seas, alleviating the tragedy of Zimbabwe, or preventing the ongoing massacres in Syria.

Not having enough real problems to deal with, Ban Ki-moon instead imagines he can micromanage the future. He seems to think that governments possess a magic wand and that, if they’d only wave it in the correct manner, all would be well:

With smart policies, governments can create growth, fight poverty, create employment and accelerate social progress and protect the natural and finite resources of the earth.

The rest of us can point to evidence that says private businesses – particularly small ones – are responsible for job creation, but the head of the UN prefers to believe governments have the ability to conjure jobs out of thin air. Ditto growth and “social progress.”

Three weeks ago Ban Ki-moon authored another opinion piece for the New York Times in which he said that the participants at Rio+20 will be pursing “a transformative agenda for change” and “a conceptual revolution in how we think” about the future.

According to him, at the first Rio environment summit 20 years ago world leaders agreed that “the only way” to protect the environment

was to break with the old economic model and invent a new one.

Is that so. Does anyone remember having such a matter placed before them on a ballot? Do you mandate your elected representatives to invent a new economic model?

I can attest that my opinion has never been sought in this regard. I also suspect that any news team that ventured forth on any street in any nation would have a difficult time finding five people who were aware of this fact. How could a decision so momentous be such a well kept secret?

According to Ban Ki-Moon’s New York Times piece, we all recognize that we cannot continue to

consume our way to prosperity. Yet we have not embraced the obvious solution — the only possible solution, now as it was 20 years ago: sustainable development. [bold added; article backed-up here]

In a world brimming with creativity, diversity, and ingenuity the head of the United Nations is telling us that choices don’t exist. He’s telling us that there’s only one answer.

This is not leadership by the people, for the people. There’s nothing remotely democratic about what’s going on here.

We have a word for those who believe that their vision is the only acceptable one. They’re called tyrants.

From Sweden, the progressive paradise:

Swedish Bureauweenies Move to Impose Sitzpinklerheit  (Moonbattery)

Germans have an excellent term for wimp: Sitzpinkler. It means “one who urinates sitting down.” It could also be defined as “one who submits to liberalism.” For example:

The Left Party in Sormland [Sweden] said it wants the Sormland County Council to pass a motion requiring toilets reserved for stand-up urination to be labeled, Swedish news agency TT reported Monday. …

Viggo Hansen, a substitute member of the council and author of the motion, said he wants it to eventually lead to sitting-only bathrooms.

For another example, refer to Germany’s talking toilets.

It’s not your imagination. Moonbats really do want to emasculate you.

2 thoughts on “Tutututut— (Agenda 21 in Rio)”

  1. Bankemoon and his UN posse live in a world far far away from our world. They really do believe their world govt plan will bring prosperity and peace to the world. More like stealing from the haves and giving to the laziest people on Earth.

    As for the Swedistans, it is hard to have any sympathy for those idiots. While they are creating their unisex utopia, the Muslims in Sweden are busy planning their demise using the abundant rope they are supplying through welfare and persecution of the few critics of Islam.

    Bubble world here, bubble world there, can’t wait for them all to pop.

  2. Agree John and well said.

    To quote Neil Boortz, The Looters (the government) are willing to use the force of the government to steal wealth from the Producers ( the actual workers who create wealth) to give to the Moochers (buying votes) via benefits and social justice.

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