Social justice demands that the industrialised world digs deep into its pockets and pledges cash to help poorer countries adapt to climate change, and clean technologies to enable them to grow economically without growing their emissions.On this "day which will live in infamy" those words could almost be taken as tantamount to a declaration of war to those who fought for American sovereignty and the rights of individuals to life, liberty and a pursuit of happiness.
The poetic fog overtaking this event has temporarily muted reaction to the climategate emails as true believers stand face to face with a real live wet dream in front of their very eyes:
"The world is depositing hope with you for a short while in the history of humanity," Rasmussen said. Poll: Public want actionAnd they say Bush fearmongered. OK, he did a little but at least it was over something that was palpable and verifiable via a trip to lower Manhattan or a field in Pennsylvania. These people are fearmongering with small children over a long-range weather forecast.
"For the next two weeks, Copenhagen will be Hopenhagen. By the end, we must be able to deliver back to the world what was granted us here today: hope for a better future."
The fact that all these newspapers would join a cabal to shill for this heist is no surprise--hell, the very fact all these elite hypocrites are even in Copenhagen is proof there's money involved on a grand scale and we're not getting the full story, not even from Mr. government sunshine himself. That's why the emails were important.
Fear? There's a lot for an average American to be afraid of right now. But nothing that can't be overcome with good ole American courage.