Seventeen UN Global Goals

James Delingpole:

According to a study by the Institute of Catalysis and Environment in Lyon (IRCELYON, CNRS / University Lyon 1) and the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), the oceans are producing unexpectedly large quantities of isoprene – a volatile organic compound (VOC) – which is known to have a cooling effect on climate.

Isoprene is a gas that is formed by both the vegetation and the oceans. It is very important for the climate because this gas can form particles that can become clouds and then later affect temperature and precipitation. Previously it was assumed that isoprene is primarily caused by biological processes from plankton in the sea water. The atmospheric chemists from France and Germany, however, could now show that isoprene could also be formed without biological sources in surface film of the oceans by sunlight and so explain the large discrepancy between field measurements and models. The new identified photochemical reaction is therefore important to improve the climate models.

The oceans not only take up heat and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, they are also sources of various gaseous compounds, thereby affecting the global climate. A key role is played by the so-called surface microlayer (SML),  especially at low wind speed. In these few micrometers thin layer different organic substances such as dissolved organic matter, fat and amino acids, proteins, lipids are accumulating as well as trace metals, dust and microorganisms.

Though the cooling effects of isoprene are well known, what is new is the discovery that the oceans are producing much more of it than has been accounted for in the alarmists’ climate models. (H/T Lewis Page; The Register)

The computer models assume that the total quantity of isoprene produced by trees, plants and plankton amounts to 1.9 megatons per year. But what researchers have discovered is a process whereby isoprene is also produced in far greater quantities abiotically (ie not from plant or animal life) from the action of sunlight on chemicals in the ocean, possibly as much as 3.5 megatons more per year.

So isoprene acts as a seed for clouds, which cause cooling by reflecting sunlight, and the oceans are producing maybe three times as much of it than used to be thought, and the climate models need to be updated.

James Delingpole thinks this might scupper the upcoming climate conference in Paris. Well, it’s going to make no difference at all. Human-caused global warming is now an established dogma, set in stone, just like the dogma that smoking causes lung cancer. The science is secondary to the politics, and the science will produce whatever answers the politics demands.

It’s how a eugenic programme works. You decide on the kind of world you want to create – low carbon, no smoking, etc, etc –  and then you fix the facts around the policy, by doing the science needed to find that carbon dioxide causes global warming, and smoking causes lung cancer. Whether it’s actually true or not is irrelevant. The only thing that matters are the political goals.

And here are the UN Global Goals (plus translations):

Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Translation: Centralized banks, IMF, World Bank, Fed to control all finances, digital one world currency in a cashless society

Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Translation: GMO

Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Translation: Mass vaccination, Codex Alimentarius

Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Translation: UN propaganda, brainwashing through compulsory education from cradle to grave

Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Translation: Population control through forced “Family Planning”

Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
Translation: Privatize all water sources, don’t forget to add fluoride

Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
Translation: Smart grid with smart meters on everything, peak pricing

Goal 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Translation: TPP, free trade zones that favor megacorporate interests

Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Translation: Toll roads, push public transit, remove free travel, environmental restrictions

Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries
Translation: Even more regional government bureaucracy like a mutant octopus

Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Translation: Big brother big data surveillance state

Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Translation: Forced austerity

Goal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts*
Translation: Cap and Trade, carbon taxes/credits, footprint taxes

Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
Translation: Environmental restrictions, control all oceans including mineral rights from ocean floors

Goal 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
Translation: More environmental restrictions, more controlling resources and mineral rights

Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
Translation: UN “peacekeeping” missions (ex 1, ex 2), the International Court of (blind) Justice, force people together via fake refugee crises and then mediate with more “UN peacekeeping” when tension breaks out to gain more control over a region, remove 2nd Amendment in USA

Goal 17: Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
Translation: Remove national sovereignty worldwide, promote globalism under the “authority” and bloated, Orwellian bureaucracy of the UN

I hope you’ve memorised them all.

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29 Responses to Seventeen UN Global Goals

  1. harleyrider1978 says:

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      • harleyrider1978 says:

        Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution

        The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

        This amendment is used to protect the citizenry from any expansion of governmental power because of the limited nature of the Bill of Rights. Because every right of the people of the United States could not possibly be mentioned in the Constitution, the Ninth Amendment was added to supplement those already mentioned. The amendment protects many rights implied in a universal civil code, and those that are linked to other rights already declared. It protects these personal liberties from state and federal infringement.

        • harleyrider1978 says:

          In simple terms the UN declared war on the world…………..

        • waltc says:

          The 9th and 10th amendments are routinely ignored. If a case ever got to scotus, it would find some forgiving shadow somewhere that gives the fed police powers when it comes to health and safety.

          The UN goals are, of course, impossible on their face, even–or especially–under the kind of universal totalitarianism envisaged. People will never be equally healthy, wealthy or wise. I’m reminded of the …was it Steven King?…story where the handsome and able are forced to walk around masked and with clunky contraptions that cripple them in the cause of creating mandatory equality. The one thing you forgot to mention as a result of these doomed schemes is that the productive creative countries will be taxed to death (the death of ambition, productivity, creativity) to supplement the third world till we’re all third world.

          Not sure the Greens will allow GMO, or pesticides either. Therefore, the goal of “sustainably” eliminating hunger will lead to a diminished but gloriously organic food supply, perhaps plowed by non-fuel consuming oxen who are genetically altered to never fart.

          Guaranteed employment for all is impossible and becomes less and less so the more wages and benefits are artificially inflated and lead to more jobs being robotized. Also impossible when you urge consumers to not-consume in the name of sustainability. Even the robots will sit idle. And the more people are taxed or are forced to pay for light, heat, cool, transit, the less they’ll have to spend on other consumption anyway. Vicious circle closed.

          “Inclusive institutions on all levels” means the end of all freedom of association on every level. (You must invite a dwarf, an Iranian and a Presbyterian to your bar mitzvah.) There are already plans afoot in the US to break up neighborhoods– both those that are ethnic and those that are based on class or wealth. Beverly Hills will need to have a housing project, a methadone clinic, an ISIS training grounds, and an all girls movie studio.

          “Achieve gender equality”? Castrate men.

  2. Barry Homan says:

    Walt, the short story you mean was written by Kurt Vonnegut, entitled Harrison Bergeron. They made a tv-movie of it in 1995, starring Christopher Plummer.

    • Barry Homan says:

      The best line is at the end, Harrison proclaims: “You haven’t made everyone equal. You’ve just made them all the same!”

      • smokervoter says:

        Absolutely brilliant analysis delivered with the usual dose of classical wit. Walt, you’re a freakin’ genius.

        Not sure the Greens will allow GMO, or pesticides either. Therefore, the goal of “sustainably” eliminating hunger will lead to a diminished but gloriously organic food supply, perhaps plowed by non-fuel consuming oxen who are genetically altered to never fart.

        You completely stole my lightning there my friend. I’d started writing up a comment employing a conversation between a frantic anti-GMO Alex Jones fan and myself over Monsanto’s brilliant business plan of killing off its entire customer base and then threw in the towel when I read your comments.

        You owe me one.

  3. Margo says:

    Meanwhile, the Pacific ocean seems to be dying, probably from Fukushima radiation.

  4. harleyrider1978 says:

    Shared from Marc Facer.

    1922 – Arctic Ocean Getting Warm; Seals Vanish and Icebergs Melt (Monthly Weather Review, November 2, 1922)

    1923 – Report the arctic is getting warmer (The New York Times, February 25, 1923)

    1923 – Getting warmer in the arctic ocean (Chicago Tribune, March 1, 1923)

    1932 – Soviet Ship Circles Franz Josef Land (The New York Times, December 5, 1932)

    1935 – Warm Water Passage Is Found in Arctic (The New York Times, September 3, 1935)

    1940 – Ice In Arctic Melting Rapidly (The Hartford Courant, October 13, 1940)

    1958 – Ice at the North Pole in 1958 and 1959 – not so thick (Watts Up With That?)

    1969 – Expert Says Arctic Ocean Will Soon Be an Open Sea (The New York Times, February 20th, 1969)

    And then ..

    1905 – Son of the Vikings Navigates the Northwest Passage (The New York Times, December 10, 1905)

    1946 – Northwest Passage May Be Navigable for Ordinary Ships (Berkshire Eagle, October 16, 1946)

    1954 – U.S. Ships Sail Northwest Passage (The New York Times, August 28, 1954)

    1957 – U.S. Cutters Conquer Northwest Passage (The New York Times, September 25, 1957)

    1969 – Northwest Passage Opened (The New York Times, September 15, 1969)

    And today, the Alarmists and the Media ‘re-open’ the Northwest Passage. smile emoticon and then—damn!!—where did all that bloody ice come from?

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      It appears that global warming/cooling/climate change / whatever just like the smoking bans and everything else has always been the exuse used by these nutz since the last smoking bans were law back in 1900 America. That was the first progressive movement and it failed miserably but not before it had caused 2 world wars.

  5. harleyrider1978 says:

    Arctic Sea Ice Still TOO THICK For Ships To Regularly Traverse The Northwest Passage

    For years, scientists and activists have predicted the Arctic would be ice-free during the summers and winter sea ice levels would continue to decline. But what they…

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/09/30/arctic-sea-ice-still-too-thick-for-ships-to-traverse-the-northwest-passage/

  6. garyk30 says:

    Those ‘Global Goals’ presume that all people are perfectly the same and will act/re-act in the same manner.

    This is not so.

    Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

    ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’ proves this is not a reasonable goal.

    There will always be those that are willing to ‘use’ without having to ‘produce’.

  7. jltrader says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3257685/PIERS-MORGAN-lots-people-blame-Oregon-Umpqua-massacre-one-thinks-s-actually-good-business-bow-deviants-NRA.html
    What do you guys (especially American readers) think of all this ? How can smoking be driven out of so many public places, including outdoor (parks, campuses) based on the imaginary threat of passive smoking and yet no one seems to be concerned about the real threat of guns – those are real deaths, not computer generated numbers. How come NRA has been so successful and why isn’t more public support for anti-gun measures ? I’m baffled.

    • garyk30 says:

      There are anti-gun laws in place.
      The crazies and criminals pay no heed to them.

      If guns were outlawed, there would just be killings with other weapons.

      More people are killed or injured on the highways.

      Perhaps, you would outlaw cars and trucks?

      • jltrader says:

        There wouldn’t be nowhere near as many killings – I mean, look at the statistics, how US stands compared to other civilized countries, there are some in that article. What amazes me is all this talk about infringement of an individual’s freedom if guns are outlawed. But how about the freedom of a bar owner to smoke in his own bar, for instance ? On one hand, it’s like the wild west, on the other hand it’s 21st century nanny state.

        As to the comparison to cars and trucks – there are many benefits to those. But what benefits does gun ownership has ? Supposedly makes you feel safer to own a gun ? How, when so many lunatics run around with legally purchased guns ? By the time you get the gun from your holster or from your car, the lunatic who woke up with the intention to kill as many as he can has plenty of time to shoot you.

        • garyk30 says:

          From a concealed carry position, I can draw and fire in about 3/4 second.

          i am certain that Harley could do better.

          A loony would have to be pretty damn good!!!

        • harleyrider1978 says:

          Gary in your draw time Id have had 5 targets laying on the ground…………..But then Ive been fast drawing for 35 years too.

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      Guns aren’t a threat,crazy people with a gun are threats and criminals…………….

      To live in a free society you MUST ACCEPT the risks inherent with living in a free society.
      Anything less is totalitarian.

  8. smokingscot says:

    I’m sure the ex residents of Diego Garcia will feel all warm and cuddly when reading the bit about:

    “Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all.”

    And the Kurds, well they’ll be sitting down chatting away amicably with the decision makers in Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria to sort out when they’ll be meandering back to their homelands.

    Suspect the people’s of North Korea may have a somewhat slightly longer time frame in mind before they see any of this business about health and food security and growth and development.

    Overall a nice little wish list slapped together in an attempt to make the UN seem relevant.

    • harleyrider1978 says:

      diego Garcia the armpit of the world. I was detached there in 1986 for 3 weeks…..never ever again…………

  9. cherie79 says:

    Is it true that it is very difficult to section any of these people with clear mental health problems in the US even when the parents and others have tried to get help? All these mass shooting seem to involve people who are mentally ill or, in the Fort Hood case, evidence of Islamic sympathies. If that is the case I can’t see how any gun laws would have stopped them.

  10. edith482 says:

    Excellent blog Frank. What a terrifying future.

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