Faced with his party’s loss of the Senate and growing public skepticism surrounding man-made “global warming” theories, Obama is plotting to unleash an avalanche of unconstitutional “executive orders” to impose his “climate” agenda on the American people by decree. From signing radical “climate” deals with communist dictators and lawlessly pledging billions of taxpayer dollars for unsavory regimes, to forcing Americans to pay drastically more for electricity by ordering power plants to reduce emissions of the “gas of life” carbon dioxide, the president shows no intention of stopping — or even slowing down. Politico described the anticipated surge of executive orders as the “coming climate onslaught.” Ironically, perhaps, much of the nation is currently experiencing an onslaught of record cold.
President Obama and brutal Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping signed a sweeping and unconstitutional deal in Beijing this week to limit emissions of carbon dioxide, which scientists refer to as the “gas of life” but which the United Nations and the Obama administration characterize as “pollution.” Obama and Xi claimed the agreement was aimed at tackling “climate change,” the new catch-all term that replaced “global cooling” and “global warming” amid global temperatures that have remained flat for 18 years and counting. Republicans in Congress, though, immediately vowed to stop the deal between Obama and his Communist Chinese counterpart.
The Obama administration has already begun the phased transfer of Internet control to a vague and uncertain governance structure that has been set up as an innocent-appearing transition platform that, ultimately, is set for transfer to UN control.
Since 2011, a Russian "Trojan Horse" has been in place, threatening computer systems vital to our infrastructure. It was only discovered last week.
British spy chief Robert Hannigan has called Internet services such Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, and others “the command-and-control networks of choice for terrorists” and says he wants “better arrangements” with tech companies.