The executive secretary of this new UN agency, Christiana Figueres, plans to call special UN "meetings and workshops" to prepare the new document. Then UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will "convene leaders to mobilize the political will to ensure that the 2015 deadline is met" to start this global tax. This new UN document will cap greenhouse gases, and replace our use of fossil fuels with renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. Government will be expected to subsidize green energy because evidence proves that alternate energy sources are far more expensive and cannot compete in the marketplace.
The UN delegates in Doha are salivating at the thought of building this to be a $100-billion-a-year fund by imposing a global tax on our carbon dioxide emissions, international monetary transactions, international shipping, and airline travel.
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