BBC ecofascists are part of the drive to stop industrial production and the generation of energy from fossil fuels. Their goal is to force us back to “nature”. Here Richard Black – still living it up in Japan at our expense at the UN biodiversity boondoggle (Convention of Biological Biodiversity, or CBD) – tells us about the drive to enmesh us into a terrifying new project: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (Teeb). He tells us:
The draft agreement from this CBD meeting would see countries agreeing to incorporate biodiversity values into their national accounting by 2020, and eliminating by the same date subsidies that are detrimental to biodiversity.
In other words, they want governmments to stop doing anything that interferes with “biodiversity”, and to tax anything that does not demonstrably protect the environment. Even more worryingly, Mr Black also gleefully reports that the promoters of the said teeb have decided that £650billion a year is spent on “subsidising” fossil fuel energy production. They want this money to be handed instead to the developing world to compensate them for the nasty attacks on their biodiversity that they have had to endure from the rapacious west. In short, teeb is in the same mould as the IPCC: a whole new lexicon of jargon and lies to achieve political ends.
Astonishingly and chillingly, this nonsense is supported by the Cleggerons. And Mr Black and his cronies will no doubt be working flat out over the coming months to ram home this retrogressive, repressive scam.