A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum, everyone cheered, but no one Changed… Germany has declared that it will not meet it’s Climate Change goals for 2020, China says it’s emissions will continue to rise through 2030, and France is mum, as in maybe no one in Paris will notice they have actually done – nothing. Six countries in the EU boast that they have met their goals as stipulated by the EU Commission; Hungary, Croatia, Greece, Bulgaria, Portugal and Romania. YEAH! Except they already complied as of 2014, because their goals were minimal and the economic crisis required ‘belt tightening’, so technically in order to meet goals they had to do – nothing.
So, despite the humbra of toxic words, toxic air hovers large and in charge.
Apparently, The Green Climate Fund is the body tasked with collecting and disbursing pledged funds from countries across the globe. A quick overview: Japan has disbursed roughly 50% of pledges, Germany a third, The Netherlands a third, France roughly half, China -0-, UK about 2/3, and US 1/3, India -0-, and South America -0.
Of the $10 billion collected by The Green Climate Fund, roughly $45 million was spent on Administrative Expenses in 2017, and $35 million in 2016. Apparently, these hard working Board Members work on average – 10 days per month. According to the 990 Tax Return dated 2014, it would appear that they raised about $88 million paid some salaries and operating costs and banked the balance. In 2017 they needed to create a investment fund management IT system to handle all the cash… Poor Babies.
Their latest project includes solving the Ethiopian drought problem thru an investment of $45 million to be developed over a five year period. So far, they haven’t actually ‘done’ anything except draft a proposal – funding = $0. They have pledged $38.5 million toward Columbia in order to improve the ecosystem. This too is a proposal for which no actual work has been done and no money disbursed. They have pledged $57 million to Argentina in the form of a “Loan”, $0 actually disbursed. There is an outstanding pledge grant of $31.4 million to Egypt for infrastructure rebuilding, nothing disbursed. A grant of $26.9 million to Nauru, the world’s smallest island, for the purpose of developing a climate resistant port. No dollars disbursed.
In fact, it would appear that the funds are primarily targeting ‘infrastructure and water shortages’. Both of these issues are certainly important, they just aren’t about changing the global warming trend that the fund stipulates to be their purpose. So why are they funding these projects?
Who are the recipients? Namibia, Morocco, Senegal, Maldives, Ecuador, Mali, Gambia, Tualu, Armenia, Vietnam, El Salvador, Fiji, Peru, etc…
A Few Examples:
Malawi: USAID has been working with the government of Malawi for years to help mitigate agricultural shifts and provide drought security. USAID budget request for 2018 was $15.4 billion. So why is the Green Fund duplicating USAID?
Maldives: They have been battling a losing battle as the sea’s rise and the islands are swamped. Their 2008 government plant to abandon ship and relocate was dismissed and a $10 billion contract with the Saudi’s was initiated whereby they would secure their shipping route safety and develop the islands for tourism relocating thousands of local people. So is The Green Fund actually collaborating with the Saudi’s?
Ecuador: Ecuador has been raising it’s fist to resolve water issues for years. The government has made some radical changes, particularly in energy investment and diversity. Partnering with the European Commission thru EUROCLIMA, they have spent $4.2 billion on energy projects. They are currently funded by the REDD+ Program within the UN. So why is The Green Fund duplicating funding projects?
It would appear, that The Green Fund is simply a duplicate board tasked with billions of dollars in funding whose purpose may very well be to create a slush fund to give the appearance of battling Climate Change, aka, Global Warming, when in fact it is sustaining the infrastructure, agriculture and energy growth of third world countries. To what ultimate goal?
Given it’s purported goal is to raise $100 billion per year, it should be noted that it’s Board of Directors is predominantly comprised of Arabs, Africans, and various representatives from the Netherlands, many of whom seem to be devoid of a background, with the exception of the Globalist, Leonardo Martinez-Diaz. He has written extensively on globalizing emerging and developing countries in order to create a Global Order. He is a Global Director at Sustainable Finance Center at the World Resources Institute.
World Resources Institute partners with the George Soros – Open Society Foundations.
And there you have it: The Green Climate Fund, which is demanding contributions in the range of $100 billion annually, is utilizing those funds to create a global network of developing countries so as to ultimately incorporate their governments into a unified One World Order. Climate Change/Global Warming are simply tag phrases to sucker the funds for – The Greater Good of the Order of George Soros.