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Friday, December 12, 2014

Christie Whitman received Lifetime Achievement Award from Club of Rome in 2011, was EPA chief under George W. Bush

11/14/2011, "Luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. honoring Christine Whitman," Club of Rome US

"The USACOR (USA Club of Rome) held a luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on Monday, November 14th 2011, at 1.30pm. Dr. Francesco Stipo, President of the USA Club of Rome, addressed the NPC on "Global Governance and the Reform of the International Institutions".

H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein presented the "Geopolitical Information Service", a new think tank recently created in Europe.

Governor Christine Whitman, former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and current Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, received the USA Club of Rome Lifetime Achievement Award and delivered a speech on "The Priorities for Environmental Protection". The program is available for download."

Christine Whitman EPA Chief 2001-2003 during George W. Bush administration.


Club of Rome authors freely admit they came up with the idea of "global warming." Page 75, "The First Global Revolution," A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome, Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, 1991

p. 75, "We came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill....The real enemy then is humanity itself."...


While at Davos in 1999, Ms. Whitman broke her leg skiing. A badge of honor among the Ruling Class:

1/31/1999, "Gov. Whitman Breaks Leg Skiing,"

"Gov. Christie Whitman was hospitalized Sunday after breaking a leg in a skiing accident in Switzerland, her spokesman said.

Whitman was attending the World Economic Forum in Davos and was skiing in a conference-organized event in the middle of the day when she took a hard, twisting fall on an intermediate slope, spokesman Pete McDonough said."...


More from Club of Rome's 1991 book: need to replace fossil fuels, enact energy taxes, measure CO2, UN should be given authority to govern the world, have satellite offices. 1991, "The First Global Revolution," A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome, Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider:   

p. 99, To "control energy consumption" in Northern Hemisphere, tax it. Energy "development" in Southern Hemisphere should be on the basis of "clean energy:"


p. 99, Club of Rome says UN should be in charge of "attacking" the urgent global climate crisis:


p. 100, Club of Rome authors say scientists and others should be brought in to UN meetings to "reinforce" the idea of crisis [conceived by seriously mentally ill persons]:

p. 100, "We suggest therefore, that the opportunity should be taken to break with tradition  in creating a group of outstanding persons— political figures, yes, but reinforced by individuals from the fields of industry, economy and science."... 


p. 100, Club of Rome says each country's CO2 should be measured:


p. 101, Television and academia will be necessary to sell the global crisis to the masses:

"All these measures cannot be implemented unless the public is well informed...We therefore call on UNESCO, Ministers of Education, parents' associations, television authorities, and others to undertake this essential task."...


page 101, The money. To "replace fossil fuels" "would entail considerable financial expenditure." [Translation: US taxpayers will pay because US politicians will sell them out.]

"The urgent need for an intensive effort to develop alternative energy sources to partially replace fossil fuels demands an immediate and massive world effort....

This would entail considerable financial expenditure."..


p. xi, Introduction: Prince Phillip, father of Prince Charles, addressed a Club of Rome Conference in 1988. A quote from his address appears in the introduction to, "The First Global Revolution," A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome, Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, 1991:    


"American-style modernity" has caused "human malaise":

On page 78, Club of Rome authors say world cultures are tired of "American-style modernity" and seek a new way to live. They provide a quote from the Koran as evidence of this malaise.


Club of Rome, "Limits to Growth"  




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