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British Imperium - Racism - Exhaling CO2 as Death Warrant - Moving to the Carbon Economy - Global Lilliputians

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September 11-18, 1987, in Denver and Estes Park, Colorado - George Hunt: UNCED Earth Summit 1992 (population reduction, bank scams) - Transcript and Videos

("World Wide Conservation": in the benevolent sounding title lies the treachery...)

TRANSCRIPT:

(SPEAKER NAMES, with the time stamp on the George Hunt videolink below) Note: First three Youtube videos posted rather than the Vimeo Video.

MICHAEL SWEATMAN [pronounced "SWEET-mun"] (28:46) – So let's get things running now and we will see how we go: thank you. Mr. Maurice Strong, whom most of you already know.

MAURICE STRONG (28:55) – Thank you very much, and you've already heard perhaps too much from me; so, I think this is, we're reaching the point at which we want to involve all of you in the next step of this conference, which is really to come to grips with some of the principal action-oriented issues; and one of the most important initiatives that is open here for your consideration is that of the conservation banking program.

As we mentioned this morning, we have as our chairman, fortunately, the person who really is the source of this very significant concept. He was, is, one of the trustees of the International Wilderness Foundation which sponsored this meeting. He was at the first of these Congresses: so his conversion to the relationship between conservation and economic development has been a pioneering one. His work on many dams [BRINCO]; he's... you know, I used to be in the hydroelectric power part of the energy business myself [Ontario Hydro]; and many of the energy developments that we've seen have come from his early anticipation of our energy needs and his early work in supporting pioneering initiatives to deal with these needs.

So there is no better person: he epitomizes in his own life that positive synthesis between environment, conservation, on the one hand, and economics on the other; and I'm just delighted to have this opportunity of introducing to you, Edmund de Rothschild.

EDMUND DE ROTHSCHILD (30:50) – Maurice, thank you very much, indeed for all that you've said; and I would ask the audience to take with a slight grain of salt all that he has said about me.

And I want to start, say a little bit, of my talk to you on a somewhat different vein. You see, in order to further the ideals of the World Wilderness concept, and to prevent the concept, and this concept just to remain an ideal, it is of paramount importance to find ways and means of finding and promoting its rationale. There are these ways and means of putting this concept into effect, and overcoming or minimizing some of the problems set out by the speakers in this Congress: such as pollution, prevention of acid rain, waste disposal. There are alternative methods, and are harmless alternative methods, for energy, and they're available. Alternative uses of water resources not involving vast inundations of land, or displacing humans and its indigent wildlife; harnessing wave energy, solar energy, wind power, just to mention a few: to overcome the chilling, doom-laden prognostications of Dr. Irving Mintzer's "greenhouse effect".

Perhaps it could be possible to utilise CO2 – carbon dioxide – one of its main causes, to manufacture dry ice to maintain the polar caps and the actual temperature of the ice there, and maintain their present temperature. Innovative and modern technology, world waste material, collected and perhaps burnt in volcanic areas, or buried so deep in the earth in the wilderness desert areas of the mid-Sahara where nobody goes, or in the empty quarter in Arabia, or the Gobi Desert; but all these ideas and visions, some far-fetched, and above all, the continuation of this Congress, needs money.

A start has been made by the thoughts and care of one man: Michael Sweatman. His ideas have had lip service paid to them by some of our speakers here during the Denver Conference. The meetings, now, [around the] concept of an international conservation banking program, involves all sectors of a human community: governmental and intergovernmental agencies, the public and private agencies, large charitable foundations, as well as ordinary individuals worldwide.

Michael Sweatman has written the foreword to this concept. Its final form will no doubt be altered, watered down, or widened; but this convention must put forward this charter; and with the collective wisdom available here today, the charter can be enhanced, embracing those who have given their thoughts in the Denver public forum, by thinking forward as to how to reach out to the public at large, to every corporate entity throughout the world, to put aside – hopefully tax-free – a part of their profits to fund our ecological and environmental protection [racket].

[Rothschild is apparently talking about what morphed into the Carbon Disclosure Project protection racket.]

Ladies and gentlemen, every country has its own problems, its indigenous peoples, and its wildlife. This International Conservation Bank must know no frontiers, no boundaries. Its funds must be used constructively – and not, and not to be channeled into greedy hands or weapons of destruction. I hesitate to link this bank with World Wilderness; but I would like to link it with our survival, as a human race. This, our generation, must not be cursed by our descendants – if we have any – as to the greatest destructors and squanderers of the world's resources.

That great philosopher and [Jesuit] cleric [Pierre] Teilhard de Chardin wrote – and I quote: "Man can harness the winds, the waves, and the tides; but when he can harness the energy of love, then for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire."

Michael Sweatman: Michael Sweatman, your love for the World Wilderness concept has given you the necessary fire in your belly to produce the germ of the future kneads of this concept; and I have great pleasure in asking you to put it forward.

EDMUND DE ROTHSCHILD (9:10) – But perhaps this conference might like to think more about the Marshall Plan, which had been mooted and put forward very sensibly at the Denver conference. And perhaps this might be the keynote of what you have heard today, and what perhaps you might like, in some perhaps amended form, to have put forward. At this conference, recognizing the needs to protect our ecological and environmental heritage within the concept of the World Wilderness Congress, World Wildlife Fund and all other bodies involved in the preservation of life on our planet, ask the Prime Minister of Norway, Right Honourable Gro Harlem Brundtland, as one of the world's leaders of a greatly respected community, to be the promoter of this International Conservation Bank. By her Brundtland Report, which has been widely circulated to world leaders, she could follow up this report with her recommendations to promote a second Marshall Plan, the Third World debt relief, and finance for a stable development.


Excerpts from a document of the Secretariat for World Order which was distributed at the Des Moines UNCED [United Nations Conference on Environment and Development] meeting (1991):

We are the living sponsors of the great Cecil Rhodes will of 1877, in which Rhodes devoted his fortune to "The extension of British rule throughout the world... the colonization by British subjects of the entire Continent of Africa, the Holy Land, the Valley of the Euphrates, the islands of Cyprus and Candia [Crete], the whole of South America, the islands of the Pacific not heretofore possessed by Great Britain, the whole of the Malay Archipelago, the seaboard of China and Japan, the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire....

We stand with Lord Milner's credo. We too, are "British Race Patriots" and our patriotism is "the speech, the tradition, the principles, the aspirations of the British Race." Do you fear to take this stand, at the very last moment when this purpose can be realized? Do you not see that failure now, is to be pulled down by the billions of Lilliputians of lesser race who care little or nothing for the Anglo-Saxon system?

George Hunt - UNCED_Earth_Summit_1992 AGENDA_21 Pt.1-6


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