By Howard Rich
The nomination of John Bryson as Barack Obama’s new Secretary of Commerce has been touted in some circles as “the latest in a recent string of moves by the Obama administration to mend relations with the business community.”
But is the selection of Bryson — who founded a radical environmental organization and helped spearhead the United Nations climate change movement — really a good choice for American businesses? Or is his nomination the latest example of Obama’s commitment to a massive expansion of “world welfare” — one that would further bankrupt our Treasury and place additional strain on our taxpayers?
By now, it has become abundantly clear that the real goal of the left-wing eco-radicals has nothing to do with climate change — and everything to do with international wealth redistribution on an unprecedented scale. Sadly, this goal has been enthusiastically embraced by the Obama administration — as Bryson’s nomination once again demonstrates.
At a 2009 conference leading up to the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen, Bryson proposed the establishment of training programs and a new global law enforcement regime aimed at blocking poor nations from using their forest resources. In fact, funding for this massive undertaking was part of the “global climate tax” approved at Copenhagen — a radical wealth redistribution scheme which hopes to siphon $100 billion a year from America and other countries to developing nations by the end of the decade.
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