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Joyce Morrison
December 25, 2004

Three E's Spell Green

The 11th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference was held the first week of December 2005 in Montreal. As usual, the average United States citizen had no idea this conference was being held, even though their tax dollars paid for much of it.

The United States held strong under criticism and refused to sign the emission controls dictated in the Kyoto Treaty, which addresses global warming. Reputable scientists will tell you natural climactic changes could cause global warming�..but first it has to be proven that global warming exists.

It is becoming more apparent the concept of global warming is far more about destroying our economy than it is about protecting our earth.

There are those in this old world who believe �it just isn�t fair the United States has so much and there are countries that have so little.�

Third world countries do not have to comply with emission standards -- so guess where our factories will go when they can no longer meet the stringent regulations mandated if the United States would sign the Kyoto Treaty? Stringent regulations have already been implemented by the United States and if regulations are increased per the treaty, it would be virtually impossible for the U.S. to operate any kind of industrial manufacturing plant.

There is an extremely powerful group who always attend these conferences that keep pushing their anti-American agenda and who promote globalization, which would take away the sovereignty of the nations. You would no longer be a United States citizen, but a �global citizen.� Before this can be accomplished, the United States must be weakened.

�Our Global Neighbourhood,� the 1995 report of the United Nations Commission on Global Governance points out that the United States has only 5% of the world�s population but notes that we have the largest percentage of consumption per capita - and they don�t like this. It appears they would like to see the U.S. cut consumption or population -- or both, and they are more than willing to �help.�

In the section entitled, �Links between Consumption and Population Growth,� the Commission states, �it is well known that developed countries have higher levels of consumption than developing countries and that consumption exerts pressure on the environment.�

Do you think the quality of the environment in the United States is worse than that of third world countries? Have we really put more pressure on our environment or is this more anti-American propaganda? Compare the environment in the U.S to countries such as India or Africa.

Consider the word �green� and you will see how it becomes part of this globalization process. Extreme environmentalists are called �greens.� Money is �green� (as in economy). And then we have the �green-eyed monster� known as envy�.or equity. Put these three together and we have trouble.

The United Nations Commission believes our wealthy �Economy� stresses our �Environment� and places us in a position that is not �Equal� to third world countries. Their goal is to attain global social and financial equity.

The three E�s have infiltrated every public school in America and is reaching our youth with this green agenda�Environment, Economy and Equity. This was made very clear during the Clinton administration in Education for sustainability: an agenda for action, a publication by the President�s Council on Sustainable Development, which is still progressing rapidly through our schools.

The goal of many of the environmental groups at the Climate Conference was to bash the United States for not paying their �climate debt� to the poor nations, reported Marc Morano for CNSNews.

Morano said environmental groups attending the conference demanded industrialized nations pay this debt to the poor nations for contributing to catastrophic, human-caused �global warming.�

�It is total over-exploitation by the North[ern Hemisphere] and the North is just using up the natural resources of the world for its own gain and its own benefit," Catherine Pearce of Friends of the Earth International told Cybercast News Service. She noted that "people are being thrown off their land (in developing countries) to grow mono-culture plantations" that are used by industrialized countries.�

"The average American emits seven tons of carbon a day and that's in comparison to much, much lower levels in India," Pearce told Cybercast News.

Pearce�s statements are a reflection of how the U.S. is perceived by many nations and environmental groups. Hopefully, the appointment of John Bolton as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations will curtail some of the negative attitude toward our nation.

Australia is fighting a similar battle to maintain their sovereignty and a Reuters�s report tells how environmentalists are now attacking Christmas there. Keep in mind that �environmentalism� is basically a religion involving worship of the Earth (Creation) instead of the Creator.

SYDNEY, Australia � Christmas is damaging the environment, says a new report by the Australian Conservation Foundation.

The report titled, "The Hidden Cost of Christmas" calculated the environmental impact of spending on books, clothes, alcohol, electrical appliances and lollies during the festive season.

Every dollar Australians spend on new clothes as gifts consume 20 litres (four gallons) of water and requires 3.4 square metres (37 sq feet) of land in the manufacturing process,� it said.

Do you really think this is about the environment or could it be just another assault on Christianity? There seems to be such a hate for the �Christ� of Christmas these days and if they continue to succeed with their agenda, we will have no such celebration honoring the birth of Jesus.

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If we lose our status as an industrialized nation, and if the minds of our children are trained to implement the three Es, our nation will have been weakened tremendously. But if the attacks succeed and the United States no longer stands strong as a Christian nation, there will be no future for our country as we know it.

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Joyce Morrison is a weekly columnist and news reporter for the, an online conservative news source. She also writes for SOWER magazine,, as well as various other publications. She is a weekly participant on the teleconference of the Illinois Policy Institute, a conservative think tank and is a pro-life, pro-family activist.

Morrison attempts to educate the public regarding the dangers coming to their local communities through Sustainable Development and Agenda 21 programs which are designed to gradually take control of all private property through undue regulations.

She is a chapter leader for Concerned Women for America as well as Secretary to the Board of Directors of Rural Restoration/ADOPT Mission, a national farm ministry located in Sikeston, MO. Her most enjoyable time is spent teaching a senior adult Sunday School class which is a focus on hope and encouragement.

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It is becoming more apparent the concept of global warming is far more about destroying our economy than it is about protecting our earth.