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World Ganging Up On Bush Policy In Montreal


By James Donahue

Nov. 29, 2005


The Bush Administration is facing off on Montreal this week against representatives from 188 other nations, all demanding that the United States cut greenhouse gas emissions and join a united effort to stop global warming.


The United Nations sponsored conference is expected to be the first of many world meetings designed to draft a world plan to follow the Kyoto Protocol which expires in 2012.


It is a crowded gathering with an estimated 10,000 delegates representing environmental lobby groups, governments and businesses from nearly every nation who will be seeking ways to deal with a common problem.


While Bush and his administration appear to be standing firm on a resistance to participate in the Kyoto agreement, forged in 1997, world leaders say they are working hard to convince U.S. industries to cut their emissions for the good of the world.


The United States is the world’s biggest polluter, said Psychic Aaron C. Donahue during his Sunday Voice of Lucifer radio message. “Energy is power. Our system is a waste energy-based economy. We are asking the world to continue supporting our way of life but this support is starting to wane.”


Donahue said that U.S. business must use more energy each year than it did the previous year in order to show profit gains.


The United States is a nation of waste, Donahue charged. Not only does the nation waste energy, it wastes manufactured goods and even food. He said this may be the only country in the world where people get prizes for eating the largest quantity of food in food-eating contests.


“What do you think starving people in third world countries think about things like that?” he asked. “And we wonder why we are hated.”


Joining the United States in large levels of toxic emissions in the air, ground and water are two large developing nations, China and India. All three nations have ignored the Kyoto Protocol.


Delegates from the European Union and northern Asian countries are banding together this time around in an effort to convince not only the United States but China and India to join then in what is turning out to be a frantic effort to put the brakes on global warming before it is too late.


Europe fears the possibility of going into a deep freeze and possibly even seeing another ice age as a result of severe weather shifts. China is enduring desertification of large areas of land for lack of rainfall. Some scientists agree with Donahue that it is already too late to reverse the heating of the planet.


Donahue believes runaway global warming may be upon us.



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