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The 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference** or **Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, more commonly referred to as COP28, will be the 28th United Nations Climate Change conference, held from November 30 until December 12, 2023, at the Expo City, Dubai.

In September 2023 the first global stocktake report was published. According to the report for reach carbon neutrality, a phase out of unabated fossil fuels is needed (before it the United Nations avoided to say it). It is the first two-year assessment of global progress to slow down climate change called the "global stocktake." The overview was established during COP26 in Glasgow and is scheduled to be repeated every five years. The Global Stocktake is a fundamental component of the Paris Agreement which is used to monitor its implementation and evaluate the collective progress made in achieving the agreed goals.

In June 2023, governments gathered in Bonn to prepare for COP28.

Campaigning journalist Amy Westervelt has been critical of lead‑up efforts by the UN organizers to improve the transparency of COP 28 by requiring industry lobbyists to identify and argues this measure is entirely inadequate to control influence.

The UAE invited the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad to COP28. The UAE was alleged of willing to assist Assad to improve his image. Human Rights Watch said it was outrageous that COP28 was being used to reintroduce Assad in the international community.

Chatham House – What is COP28 and why is it important?

The United Nations (UN) annual climate change conference, also known as the ‘Conference of the Parties’ or ‘COP’, brings together world leaders, ministers and negotiators to agree on how to address climate change. The negotiating parties include governments that have signed the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Kyoto Protocol and/or the Paris Agreement. The COPs are also attended by thousands of representatives from civil society, the private sector, international organizations and the media.

Key issues to watch at COP28

COP28 is important for several reasons, not least because it marks the conclusion of the first global stocktake (GST), the main mechanism through which progress under the Paris Agreement is assessed. It is clear the world is not on track to meeting the agreement’s goals, but the hope is that governments at COP28 will come up with a roadmap to accelerate climate action.

Other critical tasks facing negotiators in Dubai include getting the loss and damage fund (established at COP27) up and running and agreeing on a framework for the Paris Agreement’s global goal on adaptation (GGA). Other issues that are likely to receive much attention, and which may be reflected across several negotiating streams, include energy transition and food systems transformation. And, as is often the case, discussions and negotiations on climate finance are likely to be centre stage.

COP28 Agenda Extends to Your Dinner Table

New American Daily | COP28 Agenda Extends to Your Dinner Table

If you are worried about what may come out of the UN’s COP28 climate conference, you should be. One of the subjects in the spotlight at this year’s confab is your dinner table – especially the meat you serve.

Also, just in time for the COP28 climate conference, there’s a scandal brewing in the United Arab Emirates, where the confab will be held. And the infamous “hockey stick” graph that’s used as foundational evidence to support climate alarmism has been further discredited. Plus, The New American’s Alex Newman and Steve Bonta discuss their upcoming trip to COP28.

Charles Demands $5 Trillion per Year to Advance WEF’s ‘Net Zero’ Agenda

Yesterday, King Charles III delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of COP28. He said that “they” needed $4.5 to $5 trillion per year to drive the transformation that’s needed because of “climate change.”

Wait... didn't he say they already had trillions at their disposal?

Charles - "We also know that countries, many of whom are burdened by growing levels of debt, simply cannot afford to go green. Here we need a vast military style campaign to marshall the strength of the global private sector, with trillions at its disposal far beyond global GDP, and with the greatest respect, beyond even the governments of the world’s leaders. It offers the only real prospect of achieving fundamental economic transition.” A True Christmas Miracle - Gibraltar Messenger

Wouldn't Charles be considered a "polluter elite" as per this article:

"It would take about 1,500 years for someone in the bottom 99 percent to produce as much carbon as the richest billionaires do in a year."

Richest 1% emit as much planet-heating pollution as two-thirds of humanity

With the world hurtling toward catastrophic temperature rise, “Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is overseeing a sweeping global investment program” intended to “ensure that emerging economies across Africa and Asia become vastly more dependent on oil” even as the international community tries to phase out planet-heating fossil fuels.

An undercover sting operation has exposed a Saudi Arabian government plan to artificially raise global oil demand just days before climate crisis talks begin in the UAE, Channel 4 News can reveal.

That’s according to a sixth-month undercover investigation by the U.K.’s Center for Climate Reporting (CCR) and Channel 4 News, based on regulatory filings, documents from Saudi officials, and secret recordings.

The findings were published Monday in the leadup to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) set to kick off Thursday in the United Arab Emirates.

UAE plotted to use COP28 to push for oil and gas deals, leaked notes show

Documents include estimates of national oil company’s commercial interests in the targeted countries.


The UAE has attracted criticism for appointing al-Jaber as COP president | Fayez Nureldine/AFP via Getty Images

By Nicolas Camut

November 27, 2023 1:55 pm CET

3 minutes read

The world's top climate summit has become embroiled in a hypocrisy scandal, days before the start of key talks.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) schemed to use its position as host country of the imminent COP28 United Nations climate talks to discuss oil and gas deals with more than a dozen countries, leaked documents published by the BBC show.

Briefing notes prepared by the UAE's COP28 team for meetings with foreign governments during the summit, which starts Thursday in Dubai, include talking points from the Emirati state oil and renewable energy companies, according to documents published Monday by the Centre for Climate Reporting.

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Evey rissue in the world relates to crude oil

The president of Cop28, Sultan Al Jaber said:

"I accepted to come to this meeting to have a sober and mature conversation. I'm not in any way signing up to any discussion that is alarmist. There is NO SCIENCE out there, or no scenario out there, that says that the phase-out of fossil fuel is what's going to achieve 1.5C."

Al Jaber also said a phase-out of fossil fuels would not allow sustainable development "unless you want to take the world back into caves".

"I don't think [you] will be able to help solve the climate problem by pointing fingers or contributing to the polarisation and the divide that is already happening in the world. Show me the solutions. Stop the pointing of fingers. Stop it," Al Jaber said.

(You can't help but like Breitbart's title):

COP28 Craziness: EU Chief Demands ‘Trillions’ for Green Agenda at U.N. Climate Summit

EU Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen demanding new taxes...

T.H.E.Y.'ve always wanted to tax!

The EU leader admitted that to accomplish such a goal, Brussels will need to “find new sources of revenue”. To do so, von der Leyen said that she “fully supports” the plan proposed by Kenyan President William Ruto and French President Emmanuel Macron to impose a global green tax targeting financial transactions to “raise more money for climate action.”


A landmark declaration about food systems transformation was announced on the second day of the UN climate conference in Dubai, where Charles joined other leaders to address the effects of the global food industry on the environment. The UK, EU, China and the US, among others, should now prioritise food carbon emissions in their efforts to tackle global warming as they work towards the net zero by 2050 goal, as per the new pledge.


COP28: More than 20 nations call for tripling of nuclear energy by 2050

COP28: More than 20 nations call for tripling of nuclear energy by 2050 •...

What humanity doesn't seem to want to believe is that "Net Zero" is Satanist-speak for the elimination of God's Creation (life) on Earth. Their goal is 2050 if not sooner.

People don't "want" to believe that their leaders are:

  1. Satanists
  2. that anyone could be that psychopathic and evil to want to destroy ALL life on this beautiful planet.

Matt. 24:21 For then shall be great oppression, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
24:22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the Elect's sake those days shall be shortened.

Thanks be to God,



Message from an African small-scale farmer to COP28: “Africa needs fossil fuels”

By Rhoda Wilson on December 4, 2023 COP28 states it is “bringing the world together to Unite, Act and Deliver.” This is not true according to one small-scale farmer from Kenya who does not agree with transitioning Africa to “renewable energy.”

To you Western governments and environmental organisations preaching to us – climate change is not a problem in Africa, he said. “Africa needs fossil fuels.”

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Cop28 president doubled down today and says there is ‘no science’ behind demands for phase-out of fossil fuels. UAE’s Sultan Al Jaber says phase-out of coal, oil and gas would take world ‘back into caves’.

Commie Pope Calls for Elimination of Fossil Fuels in Historic Speech at Cop28 Conference

by Jim Hoft Dec. 3, 2023

Pope Francis is a very dangerous man.

The first Communist pope called on the complete elimination of fossil fuels during his speech at the Cop28 Conference in Dubai.

Francis was too sick to deliver the speech so Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, delivered the speech to the conference.

It is widely known that ending fossil fuels would kill off a significant percentage of the world’s population. And every year nine times more people die from freezing than from heat-related causes.

Does the commie Pope Francis really support this?

The Daily Mail reported

Pope Francis has called for the elimination of fossil fuels in an historic speech to the UN climate conference Cop28 in Dubai.

He was suffering from a lung infection and was too unwell to deliver the speech, so it was given by Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State.

He said: ‘Destruction of the environment is an offence against God, a sin . . . that greatly endangers all human beings, especially the most vulnerable in our midst and threatens to unleash a conflict between generations.

‘Are we working for a culture of life or a culture of death? To all of you I make this heartfelt appeal: Let us choose life!’

The Pope also called for a ‘decisive acceleration’ in energy efficiency, renewable sources, eliminating fossil fuels and educating people to do without them.

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Marc Morano, Author of “The Great Reset” Joins Rose Unplugged From COP28 Climate Conference in Dubai (AUDIO)

Marc Morano also discussed the UN’s call on the United States to limit our consumption of meat by 90%!

Deep State False Flags Pushing America to War, COP28 | Redacted Live with Natali and Clayton Morris

COP28 starting @ 31:38

Deep State False Flags Pushing America to War, COP28 | Redacted Live with...

IN FOCUS: U.S. Pledges $3B to Green Climate Fund at COP28 with Dave Brat - OAN

Dave is the vice provost for engagement and public relations at Liberty University.

In Lead Up to COP28, Saudis Push Oil on Poor Nations

"It's like the tobacco companies that knew the addictive and lethal nature of cigarettes yet continued to get millions of teenagers hooked on them," said one African critic. Two men sit silhouetted in front of a large projector screen with a green background that says "COP UAE". People are silhouetted against a logo for the COP28 U.N. Climate Summit, Nov. 29, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool, File)

Jessica Corbett / Common Dreams

With the world hurtling toward catastrophic temperature rise, “Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is overseeing a sweeping global investment program” intended to “ensure that emerging economies across Africa and Asia become vastly more dependent on oil” even as the international community tries to phase out planet-heating fossil fuels.

That’s according to a sixth-month undercover investigation by the U.K.’s Center for Climate Reporting (CCR) and Channel 4 News, based on regulatory filings, documents from Saudi officials, and secret recordings.

The findings were published Monday in the leadup to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) set to kick off Thursday in the United Arab Emirates.

As CCR detailed:

The Oil Demand Sustainability Program (OSP) is a vast government program with dozens of projects aimed at embedding a high-carbon, fossil fuel-dependent development model in countries across Africa and Asia. This includes meticulously researched plans to drive a major increase in gasoline and diesel-fueled vehicles and boost jet fuel sales via increased air travel.

It brings together the most powerful arms of the Saudi state, including the $700 billion Saudi Public Investment Fund; the world’s largest oil company, Saudi Aramco; petrochemicals giant, Sabic; and the kingdom’s most important ministries—all under the auspices of the crown prince’s supreme committee of hydrocarbon affairs.

When asked by an undercover reporter whether the aim of the program is to artificially stimulate oil demand to counter global efforts to reduce oil consumption and tackle climate change, a Saudi official responded: “Yes… it is one of the main objectives that we are trying to accomplish.”

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Energy—which did not respond to a request for comment—mainly “characterizes the OSP as a sustainable development initiative” to aid developing countries, CCR reported.

However, as the center highlighted, key pieces of the kingdom’s plot include plans to promote oil-based power generation, deploy petrol and diesel vehicles in Africa and Asia, work with a global auto manufacturer to make a cheap car, lobby against government subsidies for electric vehicles, and fast-track commercial supersonic air travel.


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Al Gore Warns: People Having Access To Non-Mainstream Information "Threatens...

"We have been warning about the dangers our world supply chains face in the face of these radical agendas since the pandemic period, where the Rockefeller Foundation hosted a forum on the topic." - continued.

The FAO roadmap sets out how governments can ‘end hunger’ and cut emissions from food... The rationing and restricting of food and water will be a massive part of the future slave plantation system... continued.

UN conference calls for food to be added to national climate plans

Taken from the video:"They want to see no more coal. And yet Coal is a wondertful source of energy. Just ask China".

What does the COP28 agreement to "move away" from fossil fuels really mean?

What does the COP28 agreement to "move away" from fossil fuels really mean?

Leo Hohmann has more to say about Georgieva’s “Fireside Chat” at COP28.

IMF boss says governments need to impose global carbon tax on citizens to punish them for using energy

Kristalina Georgieva, a Bulgarian economist who serves as the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, said Monday that the IMF wants to see countries implement punishing new carbon taxes to “fight climate change.”

She delivered her dire message at the United Nations COP28 climate summit, where globalists in attendance flew in on jets and you can bet they are being chauffeured around in luxury automobiles and dining on the finest cuts of beef and other delicacies.

“We are very keen to give the biggest possible incentive for decarbonization, which is putting a price on carbon,” Georgieva said at the summit in the United Arab Emirates. “That price needs to go up, up, up if we are to speed up decarbonization.”

The IMF boss also tried to justify carbon taxes by saying they would raise revenues for governments.

“We are a huge proponent of carbon price,” she said, in a bold statement that seems to indicate only the rich will be allowed to maintain their current lifestyles if the globalists get their way on climate change policies.

Check out her audacious comments in the video below.

COP28 – The head of the IMF backing calls for Carbon consumption charges.

This will increase all consumer pricing, and paves the way for the ‘conspiracy theory’ of personal carbon allowances.

Only the rich will retain their lifestyles​:fire:

— Elander & the News (@ElanderNews) December 4, 2023
Georgieva has broken it down in very simple terms for us serfs. Climate change means more money for governments to expand their power and control over the way we live our lives. It will provide a wonderful new excuse to reach into our pockets and rob us of your hard-earned money, then using that stolen money to hire more bureaucrats whose sole purpose will be to disrupt the middle-class lifestyle while creating new barriers for poor people seeking to rise up into the middle class.

Georgieva is a globalist elitist sitting there at COP28 under the banner of the IMF and World Bank, admitting in the wide open that what the globalists want is a global tax that punishes people for driving gas-powered cars, heating their homes, cooking on gas ranges, eating meat, flying on planes, etc.

These are all things that your typical middle-class family sees not as luxuries but as everyday necessities. If the globalists get their way, only the rich will be able to afford these things. The rest of us will be left to fend for ourselves in cold, dank little apartments, riding our bicycles to work, or catching the bus, while coming home to a dinner of meal worms and crickets.

No thanks.

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