UN reveals its master plan for destruction of global economy

Former US secretary to the United Nations John Bolton once famously said: “The [UN] Secretariat building in New York has 38 stories. If it lost ten stories it wouldn’t make a bit of difference.” (H/T Milo)

But I’d say Bolton was being too modest in his aspirations. Far too modest. I’d suggest that if we lost all 38 stories the benefits to mankind would be almost incalculable. Right now, indeed, it’s likely that the United Nations poses a far greater threat to Western Civilisation and the world’s economic future than Al Qaeda does. Have a glance at its latest report World Economic And Social Survey 2011 – and you’ll see what I mean.

The report argues that over the next 40 years our governments must spend an annual minimum of $1.9 trillion…

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2 thoughts on “UN reveals its master plan for destruction of global economy”

  1. James, if you spend enough time delving through the voluminous UN publications, you come to the crux of this madness. The UN wants to reduce world population by 90%. Nine out of Ten of us must die, in order to “save the world”. Agenda 21, “Communitarianism”, UNESCO, and many other UN plans are thinly veiled preludes to genocide.

  2. I’ve downloaded today the report from the UN website and I can’t find two of the quoted texts in your article:

    “Hence, if, for instance, emission reduction targets cannot be met through accelerated technological progress in energy efficiency and renewable energy generation, it may be necessary to impose caps on energy consumption itself in order to meet climate change mitigation in a timely manner. Proposals to put limits on economic growth can be viewed in this context.” (P.19)
    “For example, taking life expectancy as an objective measure of the quality of life, it can be seen that life expectancy does not increase much beyond a per capita income of about $10,000. Similarly…cross-country evidence suggests that there are no significant additional gains in human development (as measured by the human development index) beyond the energy-use level of about 110 gigajoules (GJ) (or two tons of oil equivalent (toe) per capita.”

    They must have edited it, this is the title of the one I’ve downloaded:
    World Economic and Social Survey 2011
    The Great Green Technological Transformation

    Is this the one you refer to?

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