The following information about the Copenhagen conference is taken from the Christian Voice website.
It is the first time in an international treaty that the word 'government' has been used of an globalised enforcement agency
Page 18 of the treaty proclaims, "The scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention will be based on three basic pillars: government; facilitative mechanism; and financial mechanism, and the basic organization of which will include the following: (a) The government will be ruled by the COP with the support of a new subsidiary body on adaptation, and of an Executive Board responsible for the management of the new funds and the related facilitative processes and bodies. (b) The Convention's financial mechanism will include a multilateral climate change fund including five windows. (c) The Convention's facilitative mechanism will include..."
'COP' stands for Conference Of the Parties. It is the highest body of the United Nations Climate Change Convention, consisting of environment ministers of the various nations. The COP will have authority to extract and distribute the funds which the richer nations will pay to the poorer, and enforce the treaty amongst all the nations, bypassing national parliaments.
The payments to third world nations will flow through the World Bank, which establishes interest rates on loans it will issue to underdeveloped countries. The treaty discloses the World Bank's role on page 39 and again on pages 67 and 129. With this "front" of climate change, and saving the environment, the World Bank and the small group of the bank's private owners, will profit.
The President of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, openly admitted its role in a plan to eliminate national sovereignty and impose a global government during a speech on the eve of the G20 summit at the end of March. He said, "If leaders are serious about creating new global responsibilities or governance, let them start by modernizing multilateralism to empower the WTO (World Trade Organization), the IMF (International Monetary Fund), and the World Bank Group to monitor national policies."
Last year, Henry Kissinger, who has held numerous positions in several administrations from Richard Nixon to George H. W. Bush, told an interviewer last year, "There is a need for a new world order. I think that at the end of this administration, with all its turmoil, and at the beginning of the next, we might actually witness the creation of a new order."
In April, at the G20 Summit, Prime Minster Gordon Brown said, "From today we will together manage the process of globalisation." "Today's decisions, of course, will not immediately solve the crisis. But we have begun the process by which it will be solved," Mr Brown said. "I think a new world order is emerging with the foundation of a new progressive era of international co-operation..."