Lima’s UN Climate Conference The Most Disgraceful, Destructive Ever…Time To Disband The Traveling Parasitic UN Circus

It’s clear: none of the intended aims were reached during the two-week UN mega climate conference in Lima.

Some baby steps were made. And of course they are being sold to the public as important progress on the road to a binding treaty in Paris next year. No one believes it.

What was achieved, unfortunately, were some real tangible and permanently visible negative results: 1) another huge junket bill for the taxpayers, 2) one large carbon footprint from the hundreds of international flights, and 3) worst of all, one forever-ruined historical treasure, the Peruvian Nazca lines – all thanks to the IPCC emboldened environmental activist group, Greenpeace.


Lima’s permanent result: a trampled, ruined Peruvian historical treasure during a Greenpeace publicity stunt. Image: Greenpeace.

That’s the sorrowful result of this year’s climate conference. And no other has gone down as having been more destructive as this one. The ruin of the more than 2000 year old Nazca lines site was the icing on the IPCC cake.

Politically Lima finished with the same familiar result as usual – for the 20th time. The tens of billions of dollars that the UN and the IPCC have wasted on the climate issue, which is now unraveling as a grand hoax, could have done a heck of a lot more good for the environment had the money been invested directly in environmental protection technologies for smokestacks, clean water supplies, sanitation, medicine, and education in the third world. Instead, all the money is gone and the useless climate circus continues on its global tour.

The UN has failed miserably, abjectly. It’s time to disband the IPCC. The UN’s leadership performance and its trail of destruction, all punctuated by the Nazca lines, are an international civic disgrace that needs to be ended for good.

Regarding results on a climate treaty, they were almost non-existent. As I predicted here yesterday, the only result was an illusionary agreement with lots of intentions and back doors. Twenty conferences should be enough to tell any sane person that this is all a cynical charade by parasitic bureaucrats.

German Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks, obviously fed up with the conference, left already on Friday.

WWF official Regine Gunther said: “The Lima Conference was a waste of time and energy.”

On the climate treaty results of the Lima Conference, what follows are some reactions from the German language media.

Axel Bojanowski at Spiegel:

Thus the Lima Conference failed to reach its decisive target: Actually a precise outline of a world climate treaty was supposed to be drawn up. It was supposed to become clear which measures could lead to a peak in CO2 emissions by the year 2030.”

The Austrian Der Standard writes:

The 195 countries agreed on a final text in Lima during the night into Sunday. It defined only vague criteria for national climate commitments, which are to be introduced in the Spring of 2015. Environmental groups spoke of a ‘dangerously weak text’.”

The Swiss Tagesanzeiger:

Climate conference with only a minimal target

The treaty countries have produced a document of about 40 pages that contain all the important elements that an effective climate treaty needs. However the document contains a long series of options that will lead to days of debate. At the forefront of the conflict points fairness, new order and trust, everything is indeed open as to whether or not an acceptable treaty will be reached in Paris.


14 responses to “Lima’s UN Climate Conference The Most Disgraceful, Destructive Ever…Time To Disband The Traveling Parasitic UN Circus”

  1. Mike

    Good news!
    Just in time for Chirstmas.

  2. Oswald Thake

    I haven’t laughed so much so much since Copenhagen!

    1. Henning Nielsen

      Start training for Paris 2015.

  3. John M

    I wonder if the “official” carbon footprint calculation includes side junkets, such as the one the poor Malaysian delegate had to reschedule because of the extended negotiations, as reflected in a Financial Times article:

    “‘I had a 9:35am flight to Machu Picchu this morning,’ said Malaysia’s delegate as a meeting continued. ‘Now my flight has gone and I have a bus ride that will take 26 hours.’”

    I also wonder if this is the same “Malaysian delegate” who said this:

    “Speaking for the Like-Minded Countries, the Malaysian delegate, Gurdial Singh Nijar, said, ‘We are in a different stage of development. Many of you colonized us, and we started from a completely different point.’”

    As a resident of the United States, I don’t know if I should be considered a colonizer or a colonizee, but I do know that I can’t afford a trip to Machu Picchu, by bus or by plane.

  4. Publius

    I’ve gotten some word that congress passed a spending bill with some wording in it that will block obama from giving the UN any money for its climate fraud fund.
    Obama is wanting to give the UN $3 billion so they can use it to attack us, thats correct attack us with our own tax dollars. What they’re doing amounts to conspiracy to commit genocide on a global scale and turn a profit off of it at the same time.

    1. DirkH

      Well, the Cromnibus. THis is from 2 days ago so I doN’t know if it still changed before vote (or thereafter).

      Make of that what you will, the source seems to be more on the left, not that I care as I see Rep + Dem as equally controlled.

      1. DirkH
      2. BobW in NC

        If we’re talking Republican “establishment,” you’re absolutely correct as far as I’m concerned. It’s all about power for the “RINOs” (Republican in Name Only).

        Then, there’s those of us who have become Independents and take every opportunity to challenge the RINOs and give them a little – ah – “discomfort.”

        1. DirkH

          Same with (conscious) conservatives in Germany, Bob. We can’t vote for CDU anymore.

  5. Mike

    Spectacular BBC headline, full up punch!

    United Nations members have reached an agreement on how countries should tackle climate change.

    Then the truth, BBC style,,,

    Environmental groups said the deal was an ineffectual compromise, but the EU said it was a step towards achieving a global climate deal next year in Paris.

    Not much good to take from this if you are an environmentalist.

  6. BobW in NC

    Disgraceful doesn’t even begin to characterize what Greenpeace did to Peru’s Nazca lines…

    1. Mindert Eiting

      Compare what the Taliban did some years ago with a famous monument in Afghanistan. From the photo I get the impression that the damage can be restored, hopefully at the costs of Greenpeace. I’ve read that you can get six years of prison in Peru for damaging monuments. That would be appropiate.

  7. Loodt Pretorius

    Paris next year, are we going to see Greenpeace painting the Eiffel tower green?

    They better start cracking as it is a big job.

    Let’s face it, the stunts are more important than the actual talking.

  8. ES

    It wasn’t until 1994 that the lines were designated and protected as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. I was there in 1990 and there ware tracks all over the place. The Pan American highway runs right though the lines with easy access.

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