Maurice Strong, Al Gore, and Dr. Pachauri

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Maurice Strong, Al Gore and
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FOLLOWING THE MONEY FROM SOME KEY
ENVIRONMENTAL INSIDERS TO SOME
FABULOUS PROFITEERING EN ROUTE TO
WORLD GOVERNMENT
Some Maurice Strong Quotes
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I am convinced the prophets of doom have to be taken seriously.
Maurice Strong
After all, sustainability means running the global environment - Earth
Inc. - like a corporation: with depreciation, amortization and
maintenance accounts. In other words, keeping the asset whole, rather
than undermining your natural capital.
Maurice Strong
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We may get to the point where the only way of saving the world will be
for industrial civilization to collapse.
Maurice Strong
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I am on the board of corporations who contribute both to environmental
problems and their solutions. And I am on the NGO side: the Earth
Council and other organizations.
Maurice Strong
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One of the things that I've always thought I would like to do is to develop
an environmental index. Then people can measure their own
environmental performance on an index as they do in other ways.
Maurice Strong
Maurice Strong, the U.N. globalist/environmentalist
(one of the “people with the infinite bios”)
 Organizer of 1972 first world (United Nations) conference on the environment
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(Earth Summit I), Stockholm Sweden
UN Secretary General of 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development
or UNCED (“Rio Earth Summit II”)
Undersecretary General of the United Nations
Founder and first executive director of United Nations Energy Program (UNEP)
(1973-75),
UN Commission on Environment and Development
President, World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA)
Author, United Nations Agenda 21 (Agenda for the 21st century)
Organizer and Chair, UN Business Council for Sustainable Development
“Senior Advisor” to U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan
“Senior Advisor” to World Bank President James Wolfensohn
Board member, United Nations Foundation
Major architect of the Kyoto Protocol, which set up for-profit Clean Development
Mechanism (CDM), a worldwide “carbon trading” market in buying and selling
the right to emit carbon dioxide.
Wrote “terms of reference” for UN Convention on Climate Change, specifying
that research dollars will go to researching human influences on climate change
 From Elaine Dewar’s book “Cloak of Green”
Maurice Strong- the globalist/environmentalist
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 President, Earth Council
 Board of Directors, International Union for the Conservation
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of Nature (IUCN),
President and Director, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of
Switzerland
Director, World Resources Institute
Co-authored Earth Charter with Mikhail Gorbachev
Director, World Future Society
Chair, International Development Research Centre (INRC)
Founding Endorser, Planetary Citizens
Convener, Fourth World Wilderness Conference
UN Commission on Global Governance
Co-Chair, World Economic Forum
Member, The Brundtland Commission (The World
Commission on Environment and Development)
Strong, continued
 Founder and creator, Canadian International
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Development Agency (CIDA)
Chair, Canada’s International Development Research
Centre (IDRC)
Chair, Canadian Development Investment Corporation
Member, Privy Council of Canada
President, YMCA of Canada
Member, Yale Club
Member, Century Club
Co-founder, North America Institute
Maurice Strong, the capitalist/industrialist
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Founder and head, Petro-Canada (Canada’s national petroleum company),
VP, Dome Petroleum,
President, Ontario Hydro (largest public water utility in Canada)
President, Power Corporation of Canada
Ajax Petroleum, Ltd.
Alberta Gas Company
Founder, International Energy Development Corporation (IEDC)
Owner, American Water Development, Inc. (AWDI)
Founding Director, Chicago Climate Exchange
Business Council for Sustainable Development
President,Canada Development Investment Corporation, President, Canadian
International Development Agency
Chairman, Executive Committee, Arizona-Colorado Land and Cattle Company
(AZL)
Vice Chairman, Tosco (California-based oil company)
Founder, First Colorado Corporation
Director, Molten Metals Technology, Inc.
Maurice Strong, the corporate insider and
Rockefeller agent
 Trustee, Rockefeller Foundation
 Member, Club of Rome
 Trustee, Aspen Institute
 Financial Director, Lindisfarne Institute
 Member, Royal Society of Great Britain
 Royal Society of Canada
 U.N. Environmental Program’s Global 500 in 1987
 Founder and Treasurer, the Manitou Foundation
Maurice Strong, the criminal
 Strong and UN Secretary General were both kicked
out of the United Nations when they were found
guilty of accepting bribes in the now infamous “Oil
for Food” policy toward Iraq.
 Strong is currently living in China, where he is
reportedly working with billionaire George Soros to
build and export small cars to the U.S.
Maurice Strong and the Chicago Climate
Exchange (CCX)
 Strong is a board member of Chicago Climate Exchange
(CCX); “the world’s first and North America’s only legally
binding greenhouse gas emission registry reduction
system for emission sources and offset projects in North
America and Brazil.” CCX aspires to be the New York
Stock Exchange or NASDAQ of carbon emissions trading.
 CCX has about 80 members that are self-confessed
emitters of carbon dioxide, including Ford Motor Co.,
Amtrak, Du Pont, Dow Corning, American Electric
Power, Motorola, Waste Management, International
Paper and Illinois, New Mexico, as well as Aspen,
Berkeley, Boulder, Chicago, and Portland, the World
Resources Institute, the World Bank.
Strong, definer of “climate change”
 As Head of United Nations Environmental Programme, Maurice
Strong wrote the “terms of reference” for climate research, defining
climate change and global warming as strictly those changes being
caused by man, thereby ignoring the much, much larger natural
climate variations.
 Climate Change: “A Change of climate which is attributed directly
or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the
global atmosphere and which is in addition to natural climate
variability observed over comparable time periods.”
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 IPPC definition (under United Nations Framework Convention on
Climate Change or FCCC)
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Strong, the globalist visionary
 “I am a capitalist in methodology and a communist in
ideology”
 (Translation: fascism and wealth for the few rich and
communist enslavement for the masses.)
 In a 1992 interview, Strong stated: “It is not feasible for
sovereignty to be exercised unilaterally by individual nation
states, however powerful.”
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 In 1994, Strong stated: “The 50th anniversary of the United
Nations provides a unique opportunity to restructure and
revitalize the UN to prepare its role as the primary
multilateral organization in the New world Order.”
Elaine Dewar (Cloak of Green):
 “By 1991, I had come to believe cross-border pollution was being
used as a marketing device to sell doubters on the need for regional
and global levels of governance. Think globally, act locally was just
another marketing slogan. The public was being persuaded to
accept environmental protection based on a market model:
regulations would be replaced by laws permitting the trading of
pollution debits and credits. If Strong’s associates had their way
pollution credits and debits would soon be globally traded just like
pork bellies and financial derivatives. By the year 2000 there would
be few independent national entities let capable of defending local
communities from international leviathans. Local communities
would compete with each other for the favours of large interests.
Those of us living on the brutal margins of these new world powers
would find ourselves grateful to trade with anyone at any price.”
Al Gore,
politician/environmentalist/businessman/Nobel
Prize and Oscar winner
 Chairman and c0-founder, General Investment
Management (GIM) (“GIM is an independent,
private, owner-managed partnership
established in 2004 with offices in London and
Washington, D.C., GIM purchases carbon
dioxide offset.”
 (The other co-founder of GIM is former
Goldman Sachs CEO and U.S. Secretary of the
Treasury, Henry Paulson.)
 In 2006, Gore founded his own global
warming nonprofit, the Alliance for Climate
Protection which lobbies for laws that mandate
taxing or trading carbon dioxide credits
Gore, “the environmentalist?”
 The Tennessee Centre for Policy Research revealed
that Gore’s Nashville mansion used more than twice
as much electricity in one month as the typical
American household uses in one year. His average
monthly electric bill is $1,359.
Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the United
Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
(IPCC)
 The world’s leading “climate official,” Dr. Pachauri
holds a Ph.D. in economics, not climate science
 Pachauri masterminded IPCC 2007 report and was
the strongest advocate for sweeping changes at the
Copenhagen conference on global warming
Pachauri’s portfolio
 Pachauri has a portfolio of business interests with bodies which
have been investing billions in organizations dependent on IPCC
policy recommendations.
 These include banks, oil and energy companies, and investment
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funds heavily involved in “carbon trading” and “sustainable
technologies,” which together make up the fastest growing
commodities market in the world, estimated to soon be worth
trillions of dollars.
Pachauri is Director-General of Delhi-based Tata Energy Research
Institute (Now Energy Research Institute or TERI)
Director, National Thermal Power Generating Corporation
Founder, GloriOil, Texas firm
2007, advisory board of Siderian, San Francisco-based venture
capital firm specializing in “sustainable technologies”
Pachauri’s portfolio (continued)
 2008, adviser on renewable and sustainable energy to the
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Credit Suisse bank and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Nordic Glitnir Bank, Sustainable Future Fund,
Chairman, Indochina Sustainable Infrastructure Fund (soon
to raise $100 billion)
Director, International Risk Governance Council in Geneva
“Strategic Adviser,” New York investment fund Pegasus
Chairman, Advisory Board, Asian Development Bank
Head, Yale University’s Climate and Energy Institute
Climate Change Advisory Board, Deutsche Bank
Director, Japanese Institute for Global Environmental
Strategies
Adviser, Toyota Motors
Propaganda and the deliberate social engineering
of change
 “Those who manipulate the organized habits and
opinions of the masses constitute an invisible
government which is the true ruling power of our
country.”
 Edward Bernays, Propaganda

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