Perhaps the most ludicrous aspect (although that is heavily contested by others) revolves around granting rights to “Mother Earth”. It doesn’t mention what these rights are, just notes that the “intrinsic laws of nature” are to be respected. I always thought these were the laws of physics? Does the UN think that evil deniers and wicked multi-nationals can make it so force isn’t necessary to maintain motion (Newton’s first law)? I guess the people at CERN are in trouble.
To assist in these “rights”, the UN fat cats are going to ban “commodification”. Monckton notes that this isn’t even a word, but one would assume that no one could then make a commodity of any natural resource (where all our resources come from). This means you can’t sell land. This would be an end to capitalism. It is communism through and through.
There is also the International Climate Court of Justice which will force the West to pay draconian amounts as part of its “climate debt” to third-world nations. That would be after all the greedy UN bureaucrats get their fair share. It would have no power to legislate for developing countries.
The most concerning is the section which says the maintenance of defence forces is to cease. The document holds little power over third-world nations (which include Iran and other hostile Middle Eastern countries), so the West could essentially be defenceless. Like we can trust Iran to put down their (nuclear?) arms anyway. Goodbye Israel.
Where is the media? Why are they not revealing such disturbing green fantasies to the world?