Wednesday, November 04, 2009


So are you ready to start paying your UN tax next year (wasn’t there a revolution about no taxation without representation?)

The world nutters conference daft Copenhagen treaty treaty has such little treats in store for us all

“Clause after complicated clause sets out the requirement that developed countries to pay their “adaptation debt” to developing countries. Clause 33 on page 39 says that by 2020 the scale of financial flows to support adaptation in developing countries must be at least $US67 billion ($73bn), or in the range of $US70bn to $US140bn a year.

How developed countries will pay is far from clear. The draft text sets out various alternatives, including Option 7 on page 135, which provides for “a (global) levy of 2 per cent on international financial market (monetary) transactions to Annex I Parties”

Of course there are no obligations on where or how this money is to be used once scammed. Well the Stump rest easy knowing that the United Nations has always been gem of responsible fiscal management and we should have nothing to few.

On the lunacy of over bearing hyperbole, anyone seen the new commercials to be aired in UK where little puppy dogs keel over and rabbits drown as the children are encouraged to berate their parents for not embracing the green climate change lobby. The Stump has been trying to think what was the name of last political movement that rewarded children for spying and reporting their parents to the authorities for trangressions. Hmmm never mind it will come to us.

Ok, but why is always the cutesy furry little creatures, how come the horrid little leeches and wharf rats never get any sympathy!

Late News…No Islands sank today or yesterday or any time in the past ten years and the planet has been cooling since 2001 never the less for goodness sake move your rabbits to the high ground.

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