Yosef Update – June 10, 2016

Yosef Update – June 10, 2016


The Real Truth About the Paris Agreement on Climate Change  
The Paris Agreement on Climate Change was signed by 195 countries on Earth Day April 22, 2016, which a target date of being “put into force” 13 days after 55 countries governments representing 55% of the total carbon emissions globally agreed on its terms, thus placing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in good standing as an international law to be enforced by the UN Security Council.  The back wall date for individual government ratification is April 21, 2017.
Now actually putting such a historic agreement “into force” means implementation of carbon emission reductions by nearly 30 – 50% for some nations–which by the way spells the end for crude oil as major energy source–but secretly it actually houses the intentional legal framework for implementing a new global gold treaty that resets the world’s monetary system as well as all currencies (aka “The RV”).
The BRICS nations sought to accomplished this using a global environmental treaty versus say a more obvious financial one because it created peace versus fear.  No one wanted to alert the general public there was financial crisis, let alone let them know there had been a brutal and bloody twenty year plus currency war raging around the globe on a daily basis.
So instead, they cleverly assigned countries an individual “carbon emission percentage” that actually represents their percentage of GWP (gross world product) which translated means how much a country annually produces within the current global economy.  Then to make sure they had a majority consensus, they self mandated that 55 counties governments, representing 55% of the gross world product, ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change before any nation (or 100% of nations) could access and thrive using the new BRICS/China created financial system (CIPS), including all of the Western Banking world (Europe, USA and Canada).
Yes, this was clearly a case of slight of hand geopolitical deception.  But it is meant to act as a benevolent peace keeping tool.  However, it’s sure confessing for those of us paying daily if not hourly attention to the RV here in North America.  And while we appreciate the new powers that be using the Paris Agreement on Climate Change to subtly and publicly negotiate all major geopolitical issues, it is now time to ratify this historic agreement so humanity can move on.  Because the world’s population is suffocating on endless fronts and economic hydration is needed immediately to sustain life.
Morally it must now be released or else forces higher than those creating the plan will step in and make it so.  Remember, we all have a boss.
We been hearing that June 15, 2016 will be the announcement of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change being “put into force” and thus implemented… which of course translated means an internationally public announcement concerning the global RV would have been made.  However, the remaining road blocks fro implementation still rests in each country’s ability to internally ratify the terms of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (aka the RV).  Only then can their individual country properly be internationally represented in terms of true currency (carbon emission) value.
Yet it is this macro treaty implementation issue that is ultimately the cause of all humanity’s micro suffering.  As there can be no revaluation in North America, without 100% global agreement because the BRICS nations (which sadly holds the voting rights of the United States Republic) WILL NOT RATIFY THE PARIS AGREEMENT WITHOUT EVERY NATION BEING ON BOARD POLITICALLY.  As China will be the last to ratify, so that they can have the honor of setting the world free economically–this as a well deserved tribute the Keepers of the Global Collateral accounts (aka the Chinese Elders and Grandfather as their leader).
So unless we all go, nobody goes.  And this is what the Chinese Elders have always demanded and refuse to relent prior to releasing the world and implementing this blessing via infinite amounts of gold backed fiscal abundance.  Because while on Monday morning at 1am the USD (United States Dollar) was officially transitioned to the USN (United States Note) at a fair internationally recognized value given our audited natural resources, other countries have yet to do the same and ratify the Paris Agreement… thus we here in the USA cannot receive our blessings… nor can anyone other nation in the world.
Know that Iraq, Venezuela, Brazil, Philippines and Vietnam are all still countries that are or were outstanding in terms of ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, as their governments have been in flux in terms of who’s actually running those sovereign nations.  So until those nations resolves their issues politically, geopolitically we all are made to wait… and exert pressure on those countries still left to play nice in the global sandbox.
We know there’s been dramatic currency value movement lately for Brazil, Iraq, Vietnam, Zimbabwe and the Philippines which is great sign; but until those countries values settle… have posed especially difficult domestic problems given local political forces were all still vying for internal power reigns pre-RV.
As we understand those situations now, everything in each country has been settled, and their currency values have been set to join global community of currencies via the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (aka Global Gold Treaty).  And over the last week, their individual currency values have been rising prior to their government’s ratification.
Complicated?  Sure.  Critically needed?  Without question.  As the world’s population simply cannot move forward without a gold backed, common value, safe and secure financial system; and the planet’s ecosystem must begin detoxifying itself from gas and oil by products.  Thus, both must happen in short order before all nations implode from inside out, and vaporize from outside in.
Below are the public percentages of carbon emissions (gross world product) for all 195 nations.  Of which we understand that as of noon Friday 194 sovereign nations governments have finally ratified terms, all except of course China.  Good, bad, right or wrong… this is the real truth about the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
God is with us.
Party or signatory[1]  % of Greenhouse gases
for ratification[24]
Signed Ratified or acceded Entry into force
 Afghanistan 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Albania 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Algeria 0.30% 22 April 2016
 Andorra 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Angola 0.17% 22 April 2016
 Antigua and Barbuda 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Argentina 0.89% 22 April 2016
 Australia 1.46% 22 April 2016
 Austria 0.21% 22 April 2016
 Azerbaijan 0.13% 22 April 2016
 Bahamas, The 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Bahrain 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Bangladesh 0.27% 22 April 2016
 Barbados 0.01% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Belarus 0.24% 22 April 2016
 Belgium 0.32% 22 April 2016
 Belize 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Benin 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Bhutan 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Bolivia 0.12% 22 April 2016
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.08% 22 April 2016
 Botswana 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Brazil 2.48% 22 April 2016
 Brunei [a] 22 April 2016
 Bulgaria 0.15% 22 April 2016
 Burkina Faso 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Burundi 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Cambodia 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Cameroon 0.45% 22 April 2016
 Canada 1.95% 22 April 2016
 Cape Verde 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Central African Republic 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Chad 0.06% 22 April 2016
 China 20.09% 22 April 2016
 Colombia 0.41% 22 April 2016
 Comoros 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Congo, Democratic Republic of the 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Congo, Republic of the 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Costa Rica 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Côte d’Ivoire 0.73% 22 April 2016
 Croatia 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Cuba 0.10% 22 April 2016
 Cyprus 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Czech Republic 0.34% 22 April 2016
 Denmark 0.15% 22 April 2016
 Djibouti 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Dominica 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Dominican Republic 0.07% 22 April 2016
 East Timor 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Egypt 0.52% 22 April 2016
 El Salvador 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Equatorial Guinea [a] 22 April 2016
 Eritrea 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Estonia 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Ethiopia 0.13% 22 April 2016
 European Union [b] 22 April 2016
 Fiji 0.01% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Finland 0.17% 22 April 2016
 France 1.34% 22 April 2016
 Gabon 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Gambia, The 0.05% 26 April 2016
 Georgia 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Germany 2.56% 22 April 2016
 Ghana 0.09% 22 April 2016
 Greece 0.28% 22 April 2016
 Grenada 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Guatemala 0.04% 22 April 2016
 Guinea 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Guinea-Bissau 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Guyana 0.01% 22 April 2016 20 May 2016
 Haiti 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Honduras 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Hungary 0.15% 22 April 2016
 Iceland 0.01% 22 April 2016
 India 4.10% 22 April 2016
 Indonesia 1.49% 22 April 2016
 Iran 1.30% 22 April 2016
 Ireland 0.16% 22 April 2016
 Israel 0.20% 22 April 2016
 Italy 1.18% 22 April 2016
 Jamaica 0.04% 22 April 2016
 Japan 3.79% 22 April 2016
 Jordan 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Kenya 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Kiribati 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Korea, North 0.23% 22 April 2016
 Korea, South 1.85% 22 April 2016
 Kuwait 0.09% 22 April 2016
 Laos 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Latvia 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Lebanon 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Lesotho 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Liberia 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Libya [a] 22 April 2016
 Liechtenstein 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Lithuania 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Luxembourg 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Macedonia, Republic of 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Madagascar 0.08% 22 April 2016
 Malaysia 0.52% 22 April 2016
 Maldives 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Mali 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Malta 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Marshall Islands 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Mauritania 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Mauritius 0.01% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Mexico 1.70% 22 April 2016
 Micronesia 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Monaco 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Mongolia 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Montenegro 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Morocco 0.16% 22 April 2016
 Mozambique 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Myanmar 0.10% 22 April 2016
 Namibia 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Nauru 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
   Nepal 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Netherlands 0.53% 22 April 2016
 New Zealand 0.22% 22 April 2016
 Niger 0.04% 22 April 2016
 Norway 0.14% 22 April 2016
 Oman 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Pakistan 0.43% 22 April 2016
 Palau 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Palestine [c] 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Panama 0.03% 22 April 2016
 Papua New Guinea 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Paraguay 0.06% 22 April 2016
 Peru 0.22% 22 April 2016
 Philippines 0.34% 22 April 2016
 Poland 1.06% 22 April 2016
 Portugal 0.18% 22 April 2016
 Qatar 0.17% 22 April 2016
 Romania 0.30% 22 April 2016
 Russia 7.53% 22 April 2016
 Rwanda 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Saint Lucia 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Samoa 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 San Marino 0.00% 22 April 2016
 São Tomé and Príncipe 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Senegal 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Serbia 0.18% 22 April 2016
 Seychelles 0.00% 25 April 2016 29 April 2016
 Singapore 0.13% 22 April 2016
 Slovakia 0.12% 22 April 2016
 Slovenia 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Solomon Islands 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Somalia [a] 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 South Africa 1.46% 22 April 2016
 South Sudan [a] 22 April 2016
 Spain 0.87% 22 April 2016
 Sri Lanka 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Sudan 0.18% 22 April 2016
 Suriname 0.01% 22 April 2016
 Swaziland 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Sweden 0.15% 22 April 2016
  Switzerland 0.14% 22 April 2016
 Tajikistan 0.02% 22 April 2016
 Tanzania 0.11% 22 April 2016
 Thailand 0.64% 22 April 2016
 Tonga 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Trinidad and Tobago 0.04% 22 April 2016
 Tunisia 0.11% 22 April 2016
 Turkey 1.24% 22 April 2016
 Tuvalu 0.00% 22 April 2016 22 April 2016
 Uganda 0.07% 22 April 2016
 Ukraine 1.04% 22 April 2016
 United Arab Emirates 0.53% 22 April 2016
 United Kingdom 1.55% 22 April 2016
 United States 17.89% 22 April 2016
 Uruguay 0.05% 22 April 2016
 Vanuatu 0.00% 22 April 2016
 Venezuela 0.52% 22 April 2016
 Vietnam 0.72% 22 April 2016
 Zimbabwe 0.18% 22 April 2016