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UN Hosts ‘Outlaw Cars’ Summit Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Jun 20, 2012, 06:05 PM
Eco-Terrorists and United Nations officials gathered in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil to hold a summit to push forward a new agenda to forbid all Americans from driving cars. Secretary of State Hillary, who many believe is the most powerful person in Washington D.C., attended the Rio Earth Summit.

The Oman Daily Observer reports that, “rich countries will have to stop the consumer high life as part of any deal to heal the world’s social and environmental stresses, a top UN official said ahead of a key development summit this week. ‘We don’t need more cars, more TVs, more whatever,’ UN Development Program chief Helen Clark said in an interview ahead of the Rio summit starting Wednesday.”

Eco-terrorists claim that the world is on the brink of “chaos,” unless all governments follow the new Environmental guidelines outlined by the United Nations. The UN Green Team insists that Americans should stop using natural resources for energy to stop a so-called global “peril.”

According to the Oman Daily Observer, “negotiators are struggling to get agreement on the final declaration. Differences between rich and poor, east and west on topics such as how to define ‘green economy’ and how to set new global development goals have bedeviled negotiations for months. Clark insists though that every leader agrees on the key problem: how to ensure economic growth that helps the most destitute without further damaging an environment that is being ‘wrecked underneath our feet.’”

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