Glossary guide to ‘climate change’ conference makes clear what it’s really about

Glossary guide to ‘climate change’ conference makes clear what it’s really about
Poster bear. Not as stranded as previously suggested.

[Ed. – Wise observations.  What you most need to have the lingo and understanding for is what the purpose of the conference really is.  And it’s not to talk about “climate change.”]

People complain all the time about UN jargon. But the technical language of the Katowice, Poland climate summit is actually very revealing. It is all about changing the world order. …

[C]alling this a “climate summit” is just a semantic smokescreen. … The primary focus is how the world will be changed and who is going to pay for it – and who is going to be in charge.

In fact, the largest group of terms includes those that refer to the various political alliances at the New World Order design table. There are twelve such groups, plus the term “negotiating group” itself. These are groups of countries that feel they share enough of a common interest to team up. Thus a full 41% of the technical terms refer to interest groups. …

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The next largest language group comprises five wealth transfer terms. …

One of these terms is “climate finance.”

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