“Fear makes men believe the worst.”
Quintus Curtius Rufus (fl. 100 AD, Roman Historian)
What’s known about COP 15… It’s all about fear.
Earlier this week we learned that the Government of Denmark banned Christmas trees from the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15), deeming the conference officially “UN Territory”. Perhaps, now, we know why… Below is the video “Please Help the World”, the film from the opening ceremony in Copenhagen from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Shown on December 7, 2009 at COP15.
CREDITS: Director: Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen, producers: Stefan Fjeldmark and Marie Peuliche, cinematographer: Dan Laustsen, production designer: Peter de Neergaard, editor: Morten Giese, composer: Davide Rossi, sound design: Carl Plesner, production company: Zentropa RamBuk, advisory consultants: Mogens Holbøll, Bysted A/S and Christian Søndergaard, Attention Film ApS.
What’s not so well known…
Zentropa RamBuk, the company that produced the COP 15 opening film for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark above, is the same production company that produced the 2009 film “ANTICHRIST” starring William Defoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg. A short synopsis of the feature film from the Zentropa website reveals the movie to be an intense tale of evil, power and love, (or, better put, filth). In the film the claim is made that the ground “Eden” is burning the soles of human feet… Yet, as we all know, you just can’t believe everything you see and hear, now can you?
WARNING: Trailer not suitable for children, (or Christmas Trees)…
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