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My next point would be that the American founding fathers told us that we should always be vigilant in defense of our freedom. When global warming advocates such as Al Gore or President Obama are openly discussing global governance then we see the EU going full tilt for it we have good reason to be concerned. Global government is a terrible threat to our freedom. When power is increasingly concentrated in the hands of fewer and fewer people will not be in the best interests of humanity.
The EU is a prime examples of how bad these supranational governments can be. The EU is widely acknowledged to be undemocratic and unwanted. Despite those facts it continues not only to exist, but to seize and expand it's powers. Supranational government is a recipe for corruption and authoritarianism.
Global warming is a ruse. What is being done has nothing to do with being eco-friendly.If it was we wouldn't have bullshit scams like carbon credits and carbon trading. This is just another name for redistribution of wealth from the first world to the third world with a handful of connected wealthy people cashing in.
Think about this. What sense does it make to penalize energy users in the first world with carbon taxes but then take that money and give it to third world dictators? If carbon emissions in the first world truly were a problem, the thing to do would be to use that money here in the first world to reduce our output.