Bali negotiators reach agreement after U.S. ‘U-turn.’


The delegates at the UN climate conference on Bali managed to agree on a roadmap for fighting climate change. The roadmap — which lacks concrete carbon reduction targets — came after the U.S. was forced to change its position:

The last-minute deal came on Saturday after the US delegation made a U-turn in a final negotiating session, where Paula Dobriansky, leader of the US delegation, and her colleague James Connaughton were the target of naked animosity. When Dobriansky announced that the US would not sign up for the Bali roadmap, boos echoed through the room. Afterward the Americans were sharply attacked by several delegations. “If you’re not willing to lead, please get out of the way,” said a US environmental activist representing Papua New Guinea.

The US was opposing a proposal by the G77 bloc, which represents developing countries, for rich nations to do more to help developing countries combat increasing greenhouse gas emissions.

However opponents of binding targets for greenhouse gas emissions, such as Japan or Russia, did not come to the defense of the US, and the Americans gave in. “We will go forward and join consensus,” said Dobriansky. This time the delegation was rewarded with a standing ovation from some participants.

Comment from Clare:
It may well be more than booing influencing decision-making processes.

Recent dispatches from suggest that the climate change Mafia engage in a raft of vile techniques to change peoples’ minds. For example, refer:

Open e-mail sent December 07, 2007 to:
Kiapalano, Hereditary Chief for Squamish Nation,

Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins,
Forensic Economists at Hawks’ CAFE

Copies for reference:
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper
Dear Chief Kiapalano:

Re: Power Corp war rooms and the ‘pig-farm’ snuff films

Hawks CAFE is asking for help from you and the other leaders of North America’s indigenous people in an effort to seize the virtual-news and war-room assets of the Power Corporation of Canada and dismantling a global snuff-film network allegedly launched on a B.C. pig farm in 1978.

Our research indicates that Canadian privy councilor, Maurice Strong, a former Power Corp. president, is extorting top officials (‘TOPOFF’) into paying carbon taxes by entrapping them inside a virtual war room to watch snuff films showing contract killings of predominantly First Nations victims.


Our research also indicates that Larry Campbell, ex-B.C. Chief Coroner and CBC-sponsored Da Vinci’s Inquest scriptwriter, helped Strong to launch a D.O.A. (Dead On Arrival) snuff-film production company which operated 1978-2003 out of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and apparently, on occasions, at a B.C. pig farm owned by the Pickton family

Now Canadian Senator but then Vancouver City’s Mayor, Larry Campbell named August 21st, 2003 as ‘D.O.A.-Day’, apparently recognizing the 25-year achievements of D.O.A., an anarcho-punk production company which supports the use of assault and terror to achieve environmental goals.

We allege in a lawsuit referenced below that Maurice Strong and Al Gore, co-sponsors of a UN Interagency Working Group on Environmental Justice, are principals of Power Corp.’s war-room murder-for-hire network.

Civil Case 3:07-cv-49, “Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians”, Clerk’s Office, Federal District Court of North Dakota 655 1st Ave. North, Suite 130, Fargo ND 58102.

This open e-mail is to inform you that the Canadian Senator, Larry Campbell, will be named as a co-defendant in a Qui Tam (violation of False Claim Act) application made to the U.S. Attorney in Fargo, North Dakota.

Please join us as a Qui Tam relator and bring to court your
knowledge of the Vancouver Downtown Eastside community which appears to have supplied the pig farm with victims and in 1978 helped to launch Power Corp.’s global war room and alleged snuff film network for extortion in the global commons

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety

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