The suggestion of a conspiracy or plot by the promoters of the global warming hypothesis was known in a 1990 documentary as “The Greenhouse Conspiracy” issued by Channel 4 UK on the 12th of August 1990.
That program was part of a series TV Equinox, and claimed that scientists criticizing the global warming hypothesis were denied funds. Although the program emphatically used the word “conspiracy” in its title, Patrick Michaels was not a supporter of that concept, asserting that perhaps it was a conspiracy “but it is certainly a coalition of interests promoting the greenhouse hypothesis; Scientists require funds and for television it is a great story and as for the Government a lost cause. “
In 1997, in an article he wrote for the National Review, Ron Bailey said:
“Private militiamen are famous for their black helicopters carrying out commando maneuvers with UN troops”. There would be a small cadre of dark international bureaucrats working on a system of “global government,” and slowly gaining control over ordinary Americans. Maurice Strong 68, a Canadian would be the “indispensable man” at the center of this power with the UN.
Bailey notes that his “most prominent and influential role was as secretary of the 1992 Earth Summit” which raised the UNFCCC (UN Framework Convention on Global Climate Change), ensuring that proposals of restricting greenhouse gas emissions (then under negotiation) would cost “$ 90 billion to $ 400 billion annually of gross domestic product and a loss of between 0.6 and 3.5 million jobs.” Bailey also claimed that the Strong’s contact list includes:
George H. W. Bush, former President of the United States
Ingvar Carlsson, Prime Minister of Sweden
Al Gore, United States Vice President
Jonathan Lash, president of the World Resources Institute
Shridath Ramphal, Secretary General of the British Commonwealth
James Gustave Speth, head of the United Nations Development Program
James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank.
In a speech by the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works of July 28, 2003 entitled “The Science of Climate Change,” James Inhofe (Senator for Oklahoma) concluded with the following: With all the hysteria, all the ugliness, all the science disclosed, could we recognize anthropogenic global warming as the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on people?
Inhofe has suggested that “acceptors of the Kyoto Protocol such as Jacques Chirac are encouraging towards global governance”.
In an article also quoted by Inhofe, the American Free Press said: “The world government is the main focus of the secret Bilderberg Group, of which he is a luminary”.
An article in the Washington Post described the visions of William M. Gray, a skeptical climatologist of global warming, quoting him as the impersonator of his own conspiracy theory.
Gray has listed 15 reasons for global warming hysteria. The list includes the need to find an enemy after the end of the Cold War and the desire among scientists, government leaders, environmentalists to find a great cause for organizing, propagating, forcing conformity and exerting political influence.
A great global government would be the ultimate leader and controller of a better world !.