Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Green Terror and Murder in Uganda

                    armed troops burn down homes, kill children to evict Ugandans all in the name of global warming.   this was the shocking heading on Alec Jones internet site on 23 September. Alec Jones television channel is a major news channel in the US.  Reporter Paul J Watson relates the story(also reported in the New York Times and the UK Guardian) of how climate alarmists launched terror and bloodshed in Uganda against defenceless villagers, some of whom were in church at the time. The troops were reported to be acting on behalf of a British carbon trading company backed by the World Bank.  the report goes on to relate they burned down houses and killed children to evict Ugandans in the name of seizing land to protect against "global warming". the evictions were ordered by the New Forests Company which seizes land in Africa to grow trees then sells the "carbon credits" on to transnational corporations.  the company is backed by the World Bank and by the HSBC bank. Its board of Directors includes the managing director of HSBC and other former Goldman Sachs investment bankers.  Villagers told how armed "security" forces torched their houses, burning an eight year old child to death as they threatened to murder anyone who resisted.
  An Oxfam report documents how this British company has worked with the Ugandan government to forcibly expel over 20 000 people from their homes using terror and violence as part of a lucrative scramble for arable land that can be used to satisfy the multi billion dollar carbon trading ponzi scheme. The manufactured  threat of man made global warming is being used as a tool to seize land, thereby preventing poor nations from using their own resources to develop and also literally starving poverty stricken people to death.  The Obama administration supports this policy of keeping such countries underdeveloped.  Little wonder that the Washington Times called recently for his immediate impeachment.

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