IPCC Brainchild of Maurice Strong
August 8, 2015
WHO IS MAURICE STRONG?
Maurice Strong has been dubbed “The International Man of Mystery”, remains subterrane and is as slippery as an eel and is reportedly somewhere in China.
Maurice Strong is a Canadian billionaire, oilman and right hand man to the Rothschilds. He was largely the creator of the Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change in 1988.
He works simultaneously for the UN as a Senior Advisor to the UN Secretary General and for the Rockerfellar/Rothschilds Trusts. He is the director of the International Union for the Convervation of Nature, Senior Advisor the World Bank, Chairman of the Earth Council, Chairman of the World Resources Institute, and founder of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and an Honorary Board Member of the David Suzuki Foundation.
Maurice Strong has been called “The Godfather of the UN Kyoto Treaty”. He is the lead figure in the international environmental movement in cap and trade, and was involved in the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), a firm in the U.S. that trades carbon credits. He also received $1,000,000 from the regime of Sadam Hussein when it was facing UN sanctions. Strong was the primary drafter of the UNITED Nation Agenda 21 document.
Strong also rubs shoulders with Al Gore, and contributed $100,000 to his presidential campaign. Strong also attempted to control a potential scandal of Molton Metal Technology, a hazardous waste firm known for its ties to Al Gore. Al Gore buys his carbon off sets from himself; the Generation Investment Management LLP.
The IPCC and Gore shared the Nobel Peace Prize after the IPCC 2007 Report was released.
Quote from Maurice Strong in 1990
“What if a small group of world leaders were to conclude that the risk to the earth comes from the actions of rich countries. In order to save the planet, this group decided isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrial cilivations collapse. Isn’t it our responsibility to bring this about”?
Is this what Obama means by fundamentally transforming America?