Snarling warmist hatred - updated
The Greens's website links to a snarling interview of Great Global Warming Swindle maker Martin Durkin conducted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Tony Jones after the Swindle screened in Australia. [Lubos has the same links, and an infinitely superior commentary.]
Just so you know, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation is a government TV station. Just so you know, this is the same Australian Broadcasting Corporation that has on its website a game for kids that tells them they deserve to die if they use too "more than their fair share of the earth's resources": Planet Slayer's Greenhouse Calculator.
Bear in mind that this is a game for children. Imagine a young seven-year-old (my own mental age) clicking on the government website and finding out that (as in my case) they should have died at the ripe old age of five. As Diana says at Noodle Food, this is "Pure Environmentalist Evil." On this same theme is Flibber:
I know people like to cut environmentalists some slack and say that not everyone who considers themselves an environmentalist is a dirty hippie like Greena who wants people to live in the dirt and mud. But that's where it always goes...
You nice people who think, "Well, I do think litter is bad and it's not difficult to recycle, so why not?" you're keeping company with people who really do consider human beings pests who should just die out. And slowly, it's moving from "Don't Litter" to asking children to find out when they should just die to keep from spoiling the earth.
These people aren't joking. They do not have anyone's best interests at heart. They want you to die so the weeds can get on with taking over your garden.
They really aren't joking. As Patrick Moore points out in 'Swindle,' hardcore environmentalists really do think human beings are pests -- and the level of 'contamination' of the environmental movement by misanthropy is certainly less than one part in ten. Ethically, they're anti-human. Politically, they're anti-freedom. Just look at the proposal being seriously considered in Britain to bring in rationing to limit your travel, your food and your household energy use -in other words, your entire daily life. The "ultimate green fantasy"! And as Bob points out, "note that this nightmarish scheme is being advanced not by the British far left, but by the Tories."
This is serious. They really do want a Blue Planet in Green Shackles, as Czech President Vaclav Klaus titles his latest book, which has just been translated into English (Full title: Blue Planet in Green Shackles - What Is Endangered: Climate or Freedom?). Said Klaus at the book's launch, he is no skeptic - with him "the word "skeptic" is an understatement" -- and he's all ready to debate Al Gore, although skeptical of Big Al ever showing up.
Klaus, an economist, said he opposed the "climate alarmism" perpetuated by environmentalism trying to impose their ideals, comparing it to the decades of communist rule he experienced growing up in Soviet-dominated Czechoslovakia.
"Like their (communist) predecessors, they will be certain that they have the right to sacrifice man and his freedom to make their idea reality," he said.
"In the past, it was in the name of the Marxists or of the proletariat - this time, in the name of the planet," he added.
Klaus said a free market should be used to address environmental concerns and said he opposed as unrealistic regulations or greenhouse gas capping systems designed to reduce the impact of climate change.
"It could be even true that we are now at a stage where mere facts, reason and truths are powerless in the face of the global warming propaganda," he said.
I suspect Klaus would enjoy Carbon Belch Day -- June 12 -- when you can save the planet one Belch at a time. Belch Day organisers want people "to waste as much energy as possible on June 12 by hosting a barbecue, going for a drive, watching television, leaving a few lights on, or even smoking a few cigars. The point: the group wants to help [people] break free from the 'carbon footprint guilt' being imposed by Climate Alarmists."
|Blue Planet in Green Shackles |
by Vaclav Klaus
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UPDATE 2: New blogger Jeff Perren (add him to your sidebar) adds another instance to the 'Blue Planet in Green Shackles' file: America's so called Climate Security Bill -- "one of the biggest efforts to date to chain industrial civilization since its birth":
Individuals, which is what the people who work for and invest in businesses are, have a right to use the Earth for their own benefit. Nothing in what they're doing is having nor will have the severe impact on the climate that the bill's advocates claim make it necessary.
No one's health or well-being is going to be significantly harmed by producing CO2 at projected levels over the next 100 years. Even if it did, contra science, this bill will not do anything to change that. It will only further the takeover of the economy by the new Communists — the Greens and their partners-in-crime in Congress.