The following resolution was drafted May 4, 2011 by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the German Civil Rights Movement Solidarity (Bueso). We invite citizens of all nations, and especially scientists, to add their names in support.
The German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) has issued a public document proposing the "de-carbonization" of the world energy economy, that is, the complete elimination of all fossil fuels (oil, coal and gas) by 2050, and the immediate renunciation of nuclear fission and of further research on thermonuclear fusion energy. Titled "World in Transition—A Social Contract for Sustainability,” the WBGU document demands a “Great Transformation” over to the exclusive utilization of so-called renewable energy by the year 2050.
This so-called "Great Transformation" is supposed to effect a change comparable to the transition from hunter-gatherer to agrarian society, and from an agrarian to industrial society. This change, however, would mark a dangerous step backward, in the course of which Germany would no longer exist as an industrial nation. On a worldwide scale, the low energy- flux density of so-called renewable energies corresponds to a maximum population potential of 1 to 2 billion people.
For the developing sector this transformation means quite simply a massive population reduction. For this reason, the developing nations rejected such a "suicide pact" proposed at the December 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
The "global social contract" proposed by the WBGU means nothing else but an imperial, global eco-fascism, based upon a view of humanity filled with contempt for Man, that proceeds from ideological, rather than scientific premises.
On these and further grounds we, the undersigned, condemn this malicious proposal and call for the dissolution of the WBGU.
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By Helga Zepp-LaRouche. Who benefits from a green world dictatorship today, in which, despite all the study's unctuous words, population potential would be reduced to not more than 2 billion people? There is only one entity in the world to which this applies: the British Empire.
By Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. It is not sufficient, therefore, merely to denounce that ancient, inherent evil into which the promoters of the referenced WBGU statement have been lured. We must affirm the truth which must supersede and uproot such kinds of evil; the necessary action is not to simply denounce the errant proposition; the urgent need is to replace it with a truthful account of the nature of mankind.
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