But first, let's give credit to the man who kicked-off green activism - to Vladimir Lenin on his birthday, which by some odd chance coincides with Earth Day. Sussman's new book "Eco-Tyranny: How the Left's Green Agenda Will Dismantle America" explains the history of the green revolution in stunning detail.
Earth Day's message: Eliminate humans
by Brian Sussman, April 22, 2012
Yesterday I took a video crew to the Earth Day Festival in Santa Cruz, California. I chose this location because this city is known for being a model of greenness, and even maintains Department of Climate Change, complete with a director making $250,000 per year.
The question I posed in my man-on-the street-interviews was, “What is the greatest threat confronting mankind?”
In almost every interview, I was told the greatest threat was the human species.
Most troubling was an interview with a 12-year old girl who said she had been taught in school that global warming was real, that there were too many people on the planet, and that she occasionally thinks it might be best to end her own life to do her part to save the planet.
Her mom stood next to her, proudly looking on.
This is an example of what I write about in chapter six of Eco-Tyranny, entitled “Green Gospel.” What this girl has been aught is nothing less than green-child abuse.
I’ll be posting the video later this week—you won’t want to miss it.
The truth is, Earth Day has never been a celebration of the earth, instead, it’s always been an assault on mankind.
On this date in 1970, a trio of radical dreamers established the first Earth Day, an annual event designed to assault capitalism, free-markets and mankind.
The initial concept was conceived by Senator Gaylord Nelson (D-WS). Nelson was Congress’ leading environmentalist activist, a sort of pre-incarnate Senator Barbara Boxer in drag. He was also the mastermind behind those ridiculous teach-ins which were vogue in the Sixties and early Seventies. During the teach-ins, mutinous school instructors would scrap the day’s assigned curriculum, pressure their students to sit cross-legged on the floor, and “rap” about how America was an imperialist nation, and converse about why communism really wasn’t such a bad form of government—it just needed to be implemented properly. (read more)
After reading this, reflect on Whatcom Farm Friends' Earth Day message that was published in The Bellingham Herald on April 17th. It talks about food, farming and community like a siren song - whatever advances "sustainability." The northwest's powerful Bullitt Foundation that funds Futurewise and other NGO's in our region ("Cascadia") describes the hierarchy in no uncertain terms, straight out of the Lenin-Marx green revolution playbook:
"Any theory of sustainable development must be grounded in an understanding that the human economy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the natural environment."
Sussman's not alone in exposing the green revolution's real intent. Awareness of and alarm about the dark underside of trendy environmentalism is growing worldwide. Click on the eco-activism category in the right column of this webpage to find other Excavator articles. And by all means, consider reading these books: