|"It just so happens that the green |
religion is now taking over from
the Christian religion."
Now, even the pushers are disappointed with the 50 page international "agreement."
The Business Standard reports:
The summit, known as Rio+20, was supposed to hammer out aspirational, rather than mandatory sustainable development goals across core areas like food security, water and energy, but the draft text agreed upon by diplomats failed to define those goals or give clear timetables toward setting them.The Sydney Morning Herald:
It is 'telling that nobody in that room adopting the text was happy. That's how weak it is," the European Union's climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard said on social network Twitter. The text "has too much 'take note' and 'reaffirm' and too little 'decide' and 'commit'. (The) big task now for UN nations to follow up" on this, she added.
The Rio sustainable development summit will not "make an inedible mark on world history", Prime Minister Julia Gillard conceded as she arrived at the meeting.More from the SMH:
The Australian Greens are urging Prime Minister Julia Gillard to strengthen the "toothless" draft text of a global environmental agreement to be approved by leaders at a United Nations summit.
WWF director-general Jim Leape said it was a "colossal failure of leadership and vision from diplomats".Perhaps it is time for the leaders to do what the majority of the people have already done and wake up to the hoax that is manmade CO2 emissions causing runaway warming.
Green guru James Lovelock was right. He warned last week that “the green religion is now taking over from the Christian religion.”
Now at the U.N. Earth Summit, even the image of Christ has been made a forcible convert to the eco-faith, as the city of Rio is bathing the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer (Christo Redentor) in green light.Final Word from Christopher Booker:
The great global warming scare has long been dying on its feet, but that sad fiasco of a conference in Rio last week saw it finally dead and buried.