Now, I want to be very clear here because we talked to the reporter that did this interview in 1990 up in Canada, and I want to be very clear.
He was fantasizing about the plot of a novel he was thinking about writing.
Yes. I want to show you the list of novels that Maurice Strong has written before 1990. Here it is. None. None. Again, he’s never written a novel.
But — but this is 1990. And he had this great — because that sounds like a great plot, doesn’t it? How many has he written since? None. None. Wow! Wow! That’s — hmm. You know what? He’s been busy.
He’s got this great novel idea, but he hasn’t had time to do it because he’s involved in collapsing the global economies into the hands of a global government.
Isn’t that interesting? It’s almost like his book — hmm. Maybe it’s performance art.
This isn’t about CO2. It’s not about the planet. You know what this is about?
This is about the evil rich people in the world, namely you, because remember, you’re the wealthiest 10 percent in the world.
I think you might be in the wealthiest 1 percent in the world.
This is about the evil rich countries — in other words, you. That’s what this is about.
The guy’s name is Maurice Strong. It goes without saying he’s a socialist. He’s also Canadian.
I want to show — they don’t necessarily go hand in hand. I know a lot of great Canadians.
I want to show you his resume and then I need your help.
There’s a threat, a small group of people that believe there’s a threat to the Earth, and the rich countries are the problem, OK? And they got to collapse the system.
We already know what they’re doing. They’re spending money — billions of dollars globally, globally.
You and I know the Greece thing is not going to work. The market knows the Greece thing is not going to work. Why would we spend $1 trillion? Why?
Why is Fannie and Freddie? Why does Fannie and Freddie have an open door to spending? Nobody even asks us anymore. They can spend whatever they want. Why?
Let’s go to redistribution of wealth. Here’s Andy Stern. He’s now on Obama’s board of fiscal advisors.
Listen to what he says about redistribution of wealth.
STERN: The government has a major opportunity to distribute wealth, through the EITC, through tax policies, through minimum wages, through living wages.
The government has a role in distributing wealth or social benefits like Medicare, Medicaid, children’s health insurance.
There are opportunities in America to share better in the wealth, to rebalance the power.
And unions and government are part of the solution.
Workers of the world unite. OK? Understand that we’re not talking about giving — taking my money and giving it to the poor here in America.
We are talking about taking — this is a group of people that believe in global government.
He himself says, “Workers of the world unite.”
So, it’s not just taking the rich man’s money and giving it to somebody poor here in America, we’re all the richest 10 percent in the world.
If you live here, we all are the richest 10 percent.
How about Obama himself? What does he say about it?
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: It’s not that I want to punish your success. I just want to make sure that everybody who is behind you, that they’ve got a chance for success, too.
Everybody’s so pinched that business is bad for everybody and I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.
One of the — I think — the tragedies of the civil rights movement was because the civil rights movement became so court-focused
I think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing, and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of power through which you bring about redistributive change.
And, in some ways, we still suffer from that.
Explain that. If you think we’re going to keep America as it is, explain just that quote.
With all the things you’ve seen, explain it. Have your friends explain it now.
OK. So, now, let’s go to the science czar, John Holdren.
You remember, he wants the sterilants in drinking water, you know, in case. And that was just academic.
This guy — what did he say of distribution of wealth?
JOHN HOLDREN, SCIENCE CZAR:
I think, ultimately, the rate of growth of material consumption is going to have to come down and there’s going to have to be a degree of redistribution of how much we consume in terms of energy and material resources in order to leave room for people who are poor to become more prosperous.
OK. So we have to downgrade.
Now, let’s go to Maurice Strong again — talking about collapsing the economy.
I’ll show you what he wants and the end of this story next.
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