So, a U.N. document that's part of another, upcoming climate change session has been obtained by FOX News and it's a doozy. And by doozy, I mean doozy.

The document lays out a huge reordering of the world economy, involving trillions in wealth transfer as well as dizzying outlays for carbon taxes and greenhouse gas abatement schemes — all under the thumb of a group that's about as pristine as Andy Dick's bloodstream.

Meanwhile in California, there's talk of banning "black cars," because the color black encourages global warming. This is what we've come to: banning black cars. What's next? Outlawing eight balls? Crows? Pupils? Piano keys? Black coffee? Black bean soup? Black loafers? Jack Black? Shirley Temple Black? AC/DC's classic album "Back in Black?"

Sorry, I almost blacked out.

So you have to ask: How did a world-changing reordering of our lives — based on hypothetical and highly debatable science — come to pass?

It's because we're dolts. We don't know science and so when global warming comes up, we yawn. And by tuning it all out, we leave it to so-called climate change experts with statistics as murky as my bathwater to run with the ball.

Bottom line: The people most vocal about carbon offsets are the same people standing to make zillions off the ruse. Look at Al Gore. His dishonest movie bought him a houseboat.

So unless we start reading up on this stuff, we're all screwed. And, unlike Gore, we won't have a houseboat to hide in.

And if you disagree with me, then you sir, are worse than Hitler.

Greg Gutfeld hosts "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" weekdays at 3 a.m. ET. Send your comments to: redeye@foxnews.com