The Cause Pt. 5

Gather ’round boys and girls it’s time for the next part of our story about the environmental movement (EM). Many of the people that joined the EM either hailed from or had an affinity for the third world. Others simply turned their countries into war-torn holes and sought to do the same for the country. It’s not so much that they hated the country as what the country had accomplished. They felt that the standard of living was too high and that it was obtained at the expense of less fortunate countries.

Up to this time Royce and Hempha’s old friend, Al, had spent his time going to university and even joined the military and went to war for four whole months. Then he became a reporter and attended some more university. During this time the EM was becoming more and more vocal. They claimed their goals were to “advocate the sustainable management of resources and stewardship of the environment through changes in public policy and individual behavior.” Now that sounds pretty darn good right there. It’s from the Wikipedia on them. But they didn’t stop there. They went on to say, “In its(the EM’s) recognition of humanity as a participant in (not enemy of) ecosystems, the movement is centered on ecology, health, and human rights.” Now I believe that lie was put in their to put people’s minds at ease as they did just the opposite. The “(not enemy of)” was theirs not mine. Again, they believe that the accomplishments of humans are at odds with nature and that we should live more like the third world countries. See here for one idea of theirs. I think I’ll keep my flush toilet and let them empty their dry toilet, thank you.

The dry toilet is simply one example of their plans to stifle mans creativity. Remember our old friend Al. He’s been busy. He got himself elected to congress and held the first congressional hearings on climate change. On what you say? Climate change. It’s a new term coined to help bail the EM’s chestnuts out of the fire after the global warming scam blew up in their face. Actually, at the time (1976), they thought we were in a mini ice age. See that here.

But after the ice age idea went south with the rising temperatures they decided to give global warming a try. That blew up in their face with the East Anglia Scandal, see that here. But remember, that has been scrubbed because they are still shooting for a success with “climate change” and with your tax dollars (scientific grants) to live on they have all the time in the world to edit these sites. Basically, at the time, all those “rejected allegations” were being admitted to and found to be real and correct.

At any rate, back to Al. He has been quite successful in his political career. He has attacked the people of the country from all sides. As one of their highest elected officials, from their beloved media, and with legislation. All unsuccessful, so far. He was even forced to admit some of his crazy ideas were bad ideas. Ethanol comes to mind. It gets thirty percent less mileage than gasoline and uses the equivalent of 1.3 gallons of gas to produce one gallon of ethanol. In addition it eats rubber parts in the fuel delivery system creating problems with clogging and leakage. I think we have come far enough for one day. Next time I think we will be wrapping this up, but we will have to wait and see if I can stuff it all in one post. Until next time, screw environmentalists.

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