By Howard Rich
That’s the catchphrase of this year’s United Nations’ “global warming” conference — a costly taxpayer-funded boondoggle being held at the tropical Yucatan vacation destination. Last December U.S. taxpayers shelled out more than $1 million to send a 106-person delegation to the UN climate conference in Copenhagen — where President Barack Obama pledged billions of American tax dollars toward a radical global wealth redistribution scheme.
How much will this latest junket cost us? Aside from the exorbitant travel costs, American “climate ambassador” Jonathan Pershing has already pledged $1.7 billion of your tax money to the effort — and that’s just to cover the scheme’s “fast-start” funding.
According to the agreement reached in Copenhagen, this wealth redistribution fund would siphon as much as $100 billion annually from developed nations like the U.S. beginning in 2020.
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