Tuesday, May 25, 2010

UN Demands Money from Rich Nations for 'Climate Change'

Just when you thought that things couldn't get any better, the United Nations is stepping in, demanding money from the industrialized countries of the world for efforts to curb 'climate change.' If this doesn't show you the redistributive cause of the effort, I don't know what will.

That included the $30 billion pledge by industrialized countries for the years 2010-2012 to help poor nations fight climate change and cope with its effects, including droughts or floods.
De Boer said that promise needs to be met to build trust.
"Times are harsh, especially in Europe, but $10 billion a year for three years from all industrialized countries is not an impossible call," he said.

Industrialized nations also promised they would shore up their aid to poor nations from the initial $10 billion a year to an annual $100 billion by 2020 — but they have not said how they want to generate that kind of money, de Boer noted.

Well, at least we know that they don't think that they're entitled to all of our money for no apparent reason.

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1 comment:

rgranger said...

on the plus side, with 13 Trillion in debut, I don't think we are considered rich any longer...