As the COP-28 Big Oil Bash gears up for the UN’s annual Clown Show, competition for the highly coveted awards for virtue signaling in environmental drama will be at an all-time high. The standard selection process has been thrown into complete disarray as the UN struggles to keep up with the appearance of impartiality in the selection process for its humanitarian awards. The 1973 embargo by the Arab members of the Organization of Oil Exporting Countries (OPEC) should’ve been an easy choice for the UN diplomats. Based solely on their progressive Arab partner’s initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the USA, these pioneers set the standard for other leaders. Calculating the enormous benefit to the planet from that noble action may be difficult. Still, the UN is bound to find a way to reward OPEC with a unique set of carbon credits for becoming early adopters of the EPA’s energy-efficiency schemes.

Unfortunately, geopolitical experts couldn’t decide on this year’s recipient for the Yasser Arafat Humanitarian Award (OMG) for best practices in business negotiations. The shortlist for this year’s prestigious award features two of the world’s top environmentalists: Egypt’s Anwar Sadat pitted against the benevolent King Faisal of Saudi Arabia. These respected leaders may be dead and buried, but their environmental stewardship has literally set the standard for the NWO (Holy Shit)

Both leaders were respected heroes from fifty years ago for their principled stand on sustainability but for slightly different reasons. Sadat was recognized as a beloved leader for leading Egypt into the Yom Kipper War in 1973. In contrast, the venerable King Faisal was credited with orchestrating OPEC’s embargo on the US for its support of the people of Israel. Of course, all of this is just speculation on my part because, in reality, no rational person could know anything about the UN’s awards processes. It’s outlined in their corporate business model, but you can’t evaluate that either.

This year’s awards selection process could be moot due to the demise of Henry Kissinger. The former Secretary of State (SOS) received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973, making him an odds-on favorite with the Deep State. Selecting Henry Kissinger for the UN Humanitarian Award would silence traditional environmentalists outside the academic community. Everyone in the education bureaucracy knows how valuable a trustworthy SOS can be in advancing the green agenda to the global community.

Kissinger became a naturalized American citizen after joining the Army, and in 1943, was sent to the same Army Specialized Training Program where another American cult hero named Timothy Leary had been educated. Harvard’s professor Leary was the decorated soldier who introduced LSD into America’s universities, which must have had some influence on Kissinger’s thought processes. Leary definitely influenced a significant portion of his colleagues with his upside-down logic. Many modern intellectuals couldn’t distinguish the difference today between ‘Agent Orange’ and ‘Orange Sunshine’ in advancing the policy initiatives of the 1960s. That may give Kissinger an advantage with the UN, but perhaps not with the bulk of the academic community.

However, smart money should be following another contender from the past. Former governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown had long ago introduced his own California Dreaming brand with its own cult followers. In 1973, Moonbeam Brown was the Secretary of State renowned for prosecuting legal actions against big business in the California State Supreme Court. Brown had been a member of the California Cadet Corps in high school, a paramilitary youth organization open to college, high school, middle school, and elementary school students. After one year, he dropped out of Santa Clara University to enter the Sacred Heart Novitiate to study to become a Jesuit priest.

Nearly four years later, Moonbeam Brown left the seminary to enroll at the University of California, Berkeley. Between gigs as California governor, the former paramilitary member was elected mayor of the City of Oakland (1999-2007). This was a period in which the radical Marxist extremists, who had perpetrated extreme violence at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, were re-branded as a new breed of savvy business entrepreneurs. Brown’s militant training was then utilized to push the UN’s new corporate business model. God only knows how Brown embraced that corporate team-spirit philosophy for a 1984 Orwellian society.

He now co-chairs the Berkeley California-China Climate Institute, peddling a broken global economic model that appears to be stuck in the 1960s warp. This group is tied in with the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy, an off-shoot from another epic government-funded failure. Seattle Mayor Greg Nichols initiated the US Mayor’s Climate Protection fiasco in 2005, known to have been a complete failure by 2006. Nickel earned the 2006 Leaders in Climate Protection award from EPA despite no city meeting their GHG emission reduction goals. Proving, once again, that the prolonged use of hard drugs is detrimental to mental health.

We now have another secretive group called the Council on Inclusive Capitalism, promoting a new unholy trinity of corporate faith. This group was formed by Rothschild heirs in 2022 to mobilize the private sector to create a more inclusive, sustainable, and trusted economic system. These wealthy globalists want to replace the US Constitution, which has a well-defined Bill of Rights that has been ignored by the legal community for many decades.