World Enemy No. 1 _ Maurice Strong?

Posted: January 7, 2014 by tallbloke in solar system dynamics

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World Enemy No. 1 _ There is a lot of competition for that title. Some names that jump to mind are Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Soros, Hugo Chavez, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Ban Ki-moon and, I’m sure you could add others  to the list. But, probably none have had more global impact of Maurice Strong. A self-proclaimed life long socialist, he is often refered to as the father of international environmentalism and the father of the global warming scare and the father of the UN’s Agenda 21 and its goal of “sustainable living”.

Let’s learn more about Maurice Strong. From this source we are told that he was born in a small town in Manitoba, Canada; a child of the Great Depression. In 1947, he took a job as a junior security officer at the UN offices in New York City. The following year, at the age of nineteen, Strong was…

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  1. John McGoldrick says:

    A lot of sceptics may be right wing and American but not all of us are, and a piece which starts with an attack on various people that are nearly all disliked by the American right seems to be an inappropriate piece for you to reblog.

  2. tallbloke says:

    Hi John,
    I posted it mostly for info on what Maurice has been up to. The Author is entitled to his view about other contenders, which I blithely ignore. I suggest you do the same. Cheers.

  3. michael hart says:

    The noble tradition of philanthropy is usually associated with successful businessmen who donate a significant amount of their wealth, and sometimes their energies, towards the benefit of the less advantaged.

    Maurice Strong appears to better fit the acronym of a NODAM (NO Developments After Mine). NODAMs are NIMBYs with a double shot of hypocrisy. The sort of person who might sit in a traffic jam, complaining that there are too many cars on the road. That’s right Maurice, make them poor enough so that they can’t afford what you have, so you can go on enjoying the green-life without the rest of us obscuring your view or sullying your own particular planet.

    I just don’t see how he can be associated with the concept of socialism. He doesn’t understand that it is other humans further down the pyramid that sustain HIM. Without other economically functional people, there never would have been any customers to buy his product. Yet he wishes to impoverish US in the name of sustainability.

  4. mitigatedsceptic says:

    He is a sad, sad and probably mad man. At his age he should know better.
    I agree TB, yes he is the world’s most dangerous man indeed!
    Civilisation is a fragile tool that mankind has taken a long time to develop. Now that he has reaped all the benefits he can from it, this pathetic man wants to rip it all up. The trouble is that ,as we have seen in history, civil society is not robust and it does not take much to tip it out and let anarchy rule.

  5. Joe Lalonde says:


    I find a great deal of control the public propaganda is our current media coverage.
    We are TOLD who is our enemies are by our government leaders and TOLD who is the “bad guys”.
    Many media stories go unreported and if the “truth” is told then the “bad guys” are our own governments.
    If you do NOT follow the US policies, then you are an enemy of the state.
    Who picks and chooses who is the enemy?

    We do NOT get to hear from the “insurgent” side because most of them are families of sons and daughters slaughtered by equipment that is far greater in technology or from a distance that does not distinguish women and children from “insurgents”.
    A reported was given thousands of death threats by his own citizens for filming US soldiers killing wounded and unarmed “insurgents”.
    Considering the US is the invading force…

  6. oldbrew says:

    More here. Oddly this page came up ‘not found’ on Google Chrome but IE had no problem.

    Note what it says about Strong’s UN offshoot U Peace: ‘a vehicle exempt from any normal U.N. oversight.’

  7. catweazle666 says:

    Ah, you’ve just got to love these Communist millionaires…

  8. ren says:

    A huge leap of cosmic radiation.

  9. ren says:

    Visible pressure distribution in the northern hemisphere. Ionizing radiation after the outbreak of the X on the Sun.

  10. Brian H says:

    May his presence lead to another CCX-style success.

  11. ren says:

    Jumping zone temperature ozone.

  12. DirkH says:

    Hi people. While looking into a Russians re-ordering of world events
    (which I don’t buy)
    I found this (quoted from above page):
    “Astronomical evidence[edit]Fomenko examines astronomical events described in ancient texts and suggests that the chronology is actually medieval. For example:

    He explains the mysterious drop in the value of the lunar acceleration parameter D” (“a linear combination of the [angular] accelerations of the Earth and Moon”[25]) between the years AD 700–1300, which the American astronomer Robert Newton had explained in terms of “non-gravitational” (i.e., tidal) forces.[25] By eliminating those anomalous early eclipses the New Chronology produces a constant value of D” beginning around AD 1000.[26″

    In other words, there is a mysterious drop in the D” parameter somewhere in recorded history; Newston says it’s tidal – that’s why I thought of you here – and Fomenko used it as a starting point to develop an alternative world history; saying the history we are being taught is a forgery.

    Anyone of you heard of this phenomenon with D” ? See also

  13. tallbloke says:

    Dirk. Intriguing. I’ll have a read.

  14. DirkH says:

    To clarify, Newton examined the timing of ancient reports of eclipses. He could only explain their timing by postulating a change in D”. Of course nobody at the time actually made sufficiently precise observations to actually compute D”. Interestingly Newton also wrote a book claiming that Ptolemey’s observations from the 2nd century were probably forged, and Ptolemey instead computed the dates he claimed to observe.

  15. DirkH says:

    ..and of course, 700-1300 would be the time of the Medieval Warm Period, and assuming a global warming, LOD would have to slow down due to the pirouette effect of a thermally rising ocean… Coincidence?

  16. ren says:

    Tallbloke approaching cold wind.
    [mod: warning, download (1M or so), wants newish browser, SVG and javascript, contains Google tracking –Tim],48.51,1106

  17. tchannon says:

    Clever piece of work,
    “an animated map of global wind conditions”
    “author” “Cameron Beccario”
    Probably has various user controls.

  18. Brian H says:

    Yes, click on Earth to see to hide them. Change to 850hPa to see the real flow!

  19. Brian H says:

    typo: to see or to hide them.

  20. ren says:

    See the polar vortex at 70 hPa.

  21. Kon Dealer says:

    He does look like a smug, self-important b*****d.
    In other words a typical Watermelon- needs putting out to grass sooner rather than later.

  22. Brian H says:

    He’s over 80, and has been out to grass for some time. I’d prefer to see him under grass.

  23. Mike Singleton says:

    I had the misfortune to be addressed by this nasty little man in the late 90’s, I was attending a Canadian Government session held to garner input from industry on energy policy. He happened to be in Ottawa for whatever reason and heard about our gathering and apparently insisted on addressing the group. He proceeded to lambast the assembled energy industry representatives with his view of the world. He came over as a particularly nasty intellectual bully with a small man complex. When he finished, after almost foaming at the mouth, he was met with stony silence and slunk out of the room. I think he is more than dangerous, even now.

  24. Me says:

    That’s one Canadian whose name keeps appearing. So being a Canadian myself, you have to wonder why Maurice taking salvation in China. Why?

  25. Brian H says:

    A blot on Canada’s escutcheon, for sure.