EPA Claims Dictatorial Genocide Powers For Obama
December 8, 2009 • 8:39AM

In an insane declaration today that carbon dioxide, a harmless gas essential to life, "threatens the public health and welfare of current and future generations," the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today claimed for Obama a dictatorial power to unilaterally and genocidally cut economic activity. In anticipation of this, Fred Singer, the first director of the U.S. Satellite Meteorology Service, had said in April that "this finding, if acted on, would be like dropping an atomic bomb on the economy."

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson claimed in a press conference today that the U.S. Supreme Court had ordered the EPA to make such a finding in a 2007 decision, and that, having now made the finding, the EPA is now legally obligated to issue regulations cutting down carbon dioxide emission, i.e., agriculture and industry. But that is a lie like everything else she said. In reality, the President can stop any such "findings" or regulations if he wants to; that is why no such "finding" was issued for two years after that crazy Supreme Court decision.

By issuing that lying "endangerment statement" now, Obama is trying to threaten the U.S. Senate with unilateral actions to shut down what remains of the U.S. economy, if they fail to pass the "cap-and-trade" monstrosity. He is also trying to be in position to force Third World nations, at Copenhagen, to commit seppuku via "emissions limits." All under the orders of his British controllers, especially Prince Philip's frankly genocidal Worldwide Wildlife Fund, which has given Obama all his marching orders on these questions.

As Lyndon LaRouche said, either EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson has no idea what she is talking about, or she is lying wildly. To the exposure of the fraud of the global warming "science" via the leaks from East Anglia and otherwise, she could only reply with the phantasmagoria of "polar ice caps crumbling into the oceans, changing migratory patterns of animals and broader ranges for deadly diseases, historic droughts, more powerful storms and disappearing coastlines."