Climate Cult Super Excited To Use International Court

I’m still hopeful that a court will tell Warmists “this court will be happy to process your claim once you’ve proven that all plaintiffs have made their lives carbon neutral and are practicing what they preach”. Anyhow, here’s Amnesty International, which notes on it’s about page

In 1961, British lawyer Peter Benenson was outraged when two Portuguese students were jailed just for raising a toast to freedom. He wrote an article in The Observer newspaper and launched a campaign that provoked an incredible response. Reprinted in newspapers across the world, his call to action sparked the idea that people everywhere can unite in solidarity for justice and freedom.

So, freedom and justice, while pushing to use government courts to force people to comply

Climate Crisis: International court should play key role in delivering climate justice

Amnesty International is backing a call for the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to issue an opinion on states’ responsibilities and obligations surrounding the climate crisis.

A group of 18 countries, led by Vanuatu, is formally presenting a resolution to the UN General Assembly on 9 December asking that the UN Court issue an advisory opinion on the rights and obligations of countries under international law in relation to climate change. The resolution is due to be voted on in coming weeks, with a majority required to pass it.

Marta Schaaf, Amnesty International’s Director of Climate, Economic and Social Justice, and Corporate Accountability Programme said:

“The initiative to request an International Court of Justice advisory opinion on state obligations regarding climate change will clarify and strengthen the international legal framework and foster the ambitious action required to match the urgency and gravity of the climate crisis. The past year has been wracked by extreme weather events made much more likely by climate change, and reports from the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and others show immediate action is imperative.

“A robust advisory opinion from the ICJ can guide this action. The court will not make new legislation but will examine existing international law, particularly environmental law and human rights law, in the light of the scientific consensus on the causes and consequences of climate change.

You know what this is really all about? Money. These small nations want lots of money given to them with no strings attached, all while relying on lots of fossil fuels to bring goods and tourists. There are 30 airports in Vanuatu. They just built another international one a few years ago, and spent a lot of money to upgrade a few others. Well, a lot of money from Australia and a few other nations, not really their own. Tourism accounts for about 40% of their GDP. That only happens with fossil fuels. Same with agricultural exports, which accounts for about 20% of GDP.

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2 Responses to “Climate Cult Super Excited To Use International Court”

  1. Dana says:

    So, the supporters of democracy want to give to a panel of unelected judges, in a foreign land, authority over each country’s sovereign decisions?

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      “The supporters of democracy” LOL. Hahahaha. You are so funny!

      Dana/DeSantis ’24

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