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Monday, April 15, 2024

Biden Wants to Give Power over Defense Contracts to Climate Cabal

'These seem to be offshoots of the interests of the World Economic Forum—people who consider themselves smarter ... than the rest of the subjects of the world, and seek to impose their will...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Biden administration attempted to grant veto power over defense contracts to a conglomerate of climate-activist organizations known as the Science Based Targets initiative.

The delegation was part of a rule, proposed in November, that required contractors for the Department of Defense, NASA and the Government Services Agency to submit climate goals to the SBTi in order to qualify for consideration.

According to the Daily Caller, if the SBTi rejected the goals put forth by the various companies, they would become ineligible for the contract altogether.

Groups within the SBTi also have memberships in the Global Commons Alliance, an organization that pledged to limit economic development and monitor climate pledges of governments and private companies in order to restrict consumption and redistribute resources.

Scientists within the group previously advocated for population control in order to stabilize the climate.

According to Dan Kish, a senior fellow at the Institute for Energy Research, President Joe Biden and his cohort “plac[ed] our defense needs in the hands of these people whose interests may not be in defense.”

Kish also suggested that the alliance may be associated with or be ruled by other malicious global powers.

“These seem to be offshoots of the interests of the World Economic Forum—people who consider themselves smarter and better and wealthier and more powerful than the rest of the subjects of the world, and seek to impose their will,” he added.

SBTi stemmed from the several groups that formed the Paris Climate Accord in 2015: the World Resources Institute, Carbon Disclosure Project, World Wildlife Fund and UN Global Compact.

All of these groups also created the Science Based Targets Network to construct “Science Based Targets for Nature” to ensure private companies stay “in line with scientifically defined limits and on a socially equitable basis.”

SBTN recently introduced new climate targets and updated its standard “planetary boundaries.”

According to Myron Ebell, director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Energy and Environment, “we have far exceeded the ‘carrying capacity’ of the Earth.”

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