UN, NEW YORK - According to the UN committee on Special Population Option Control (UNSPOC) statement, issued today, millions of people worldwide are being told to unplug their relatives on life support systems - for an hour, in what is described as the biggest climate change improvement ever attempted.
The initiative, Grave Hour, was begun in Africa two years ago by UN Special Agents keen to cut resource use. The event had limited impact, as there was no place to plug in anything anyway.
UN agents say the aim is to create a huge reaction of public pressure to influence a meeting in Copenhagen later this year to seek a new climate treaty that will allow the UN to kill even more people next year when ALL power (and other resources) will be cut to hospitals world-wide for six months.
UN agents blame people "for everything", as their press release mentions.