When liberals do not get what they want through negotiation or elections, they resort to violence. That has proven true since President Donald Trump won the 2016 elections, and the United Nations now appears poised to use its military resources to enforce radical climate mandates. Everyday Americans may be shocked to learn that the New York-based U.N. that your tax dollars pay for believes it can trample U.S. sovereignty. Talk about biting the hand that feeds.
In a recent interview, a leading international professor cautioned that climate activists at the U.N. have grown weary of countries defying its climate change policy directives by claiming national sovereignty. Prof. Ole Wæver, an insider from the University of Copenhagen, reportedly said that U.N. official may decide to draw a red line in the sand over what they are calling “climate inaction.” Convinced that a climate emergency exists despite hundreds of scientists stating a different opinion, a military response could be forthcoming.
“The United Nations Security Council could, in principle, tomorrow decide that climate change is a threat to international peace and security,” Prof. Wæver reportedly said. “And then it’s within their competencies to decide ‘and you are doing this, you are doing this, you are doing this, this is how we deal with it’.”
The U.N. expert has diligently tracked the movement of climate change as a policy issue. He sees it making its way to the security council level, and that’s where foreign bodies can take aim at American sovereignty and others. His insight highlights the fact that many U.N. diplomats have a history of employing “ends justify the means” methods. For them, military action is never off the table.
“That’s what happens when something becomes a security issue, it gets the urgency, the intensity, the priority, which is helpful sometimes, but it also lets the dark forces loose in the sense that it can justify problematic means,” Prof. Wæver reportedly said. “If there was something that was decided internationally by some more centralized procedure and every country was told ‘this is your emission target, it’s not negotiable, we can actually take military measures if you don’t fulfill it’, then you would basically have to get that down the throat of your population, whether they like it or not.”
While a military invasion would be preposterous given the U.S. has the most massive standing army in the history of the world, there are ways a U.N. force could impact sovereign rights aboard. Its so-called “international peacekeeping” force could seize American oil tankers, coal-carrying cargo ships, attack refineries, or corporate operations that run contrary to its extremist climate policies.
“A bit like what we saw in southern Europe with countries like Greece and the debt crisis and so on,” Prof. Wæver reportedly said. “There were decisions that were made for them, and then they just had to have a more or less technocratic government and get it through.”
The professor floated this prediction at the onset of the U.N. COP25 climate conference held in Madrid, Spain. The two-week climate gathering has attracted upwards of 25,000 delegates and 1,500 journalists. The COP25 meetings are part of the Paris Climate Accord that President Trump pulled the U.S. out of because it was unfairly weighted against American taxpayers and businesses. Trump was clear when exiting what amounted to a bad trade deal that he was “elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.” Despite his America First decision, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to insist the country is siding with globalists and climate extremists. She has gone as far as to falsely claim the U.S. is still party to the Paris Accord.
The outcome of the COP25 gathering will have a significant impact on U.S. sovereignty and national security. Democrats appear willing to hand over American freedoms as the conference decides to burden taxpayers with “the cost of drought, floods, and super-storms made worse by rising temperatures,” according to reports.
Having reclaimed the mantle of the top economy in the world thanks to the Trump Administration, U.N. officials now want to do what amounts to a strong-arm robbery. Like any thug organization or drug cartel, the next step is expected to be the use of force.