Not Just Wrong, Evil

Let’s just call this thing what it is

Something may have shown up in your Facebook inbox sometime back suggesting you join a movement calling itself Not Evil Just Wrong, with a separate site promoting a documentary movie. This movie debunks the Gore movie An Inconvenient Truth by taking the “facts” he presented and slaps them down with a cold dose of reality. It tries to reach the environmentalist by explaining that he/she isn’t evil for falling for the Global Warming lies, just misguided. Just wrong.

Does that carry to the leaders of the movement? Are they “just wrong” too?

Why is it that when confronted again and again with the truth about Global Warming Climate Change being a natural, recurring event over the course of millions of years they continue to rush headlong into the drastic?

When emails are released showing not only who helped to distort the data but how the data was deliberately distorted and they are ignored or the target becomes the leaker of the emails, why? This isn’t the first time emails were leaked which damage the left’s cause, either.

The exposed emails of show the data was not only manipulated, but in some cases manufactured. In the “real” world, the powers that be would be relieved that massive destructive changes to the world’s regulatory system would really be unnecessary, unless the goal is change at any cost.

Some believe it’s all about the environment, and man’s evil intrusion in an otherwise “perfect” scheme;

The fundamental goal of environmentalism is not clean air and clean water; rather, it is the demolition of technological / industrial civilization. Environmentalism’s goal is not the advancement of human health, human happiness, and human life; rather, it is a subhuman world where “nature” is worshipped like the totem of some primitive religion.

Calling environmentalism one of the Western World’s most powerful religions, the author goes on to say it even imitates Christianity in a way;

There’s an initial Eden, a paradise, a state of grace and unity with nature, there’s a fall from grace into a state of pollution as a result of eating from the tree of knowledge, and as a result of our actions there is a judgment day coming for us all. We are all energy sinners, doomed to die, unless we seek salvation, which is now called sustainability. Sustainability is salvation in the church of the environment. Just as organic food is its communion, that pesticide-free wafer that the right people with the right beliefs, imbibe.

It would make sense, then, that such a movement could be easily led astray by someone with a different agenda.

In a three-part series, Perry Hicks takes us through the debunking of the enviro-“mental” ideology, and ties it quite nicely to communism.

Wait. Did you say “Communism”? It died, right? I thought at worst these people could be called “socialist” today?

In Perry’s third part, socialism is but a mere stepping stone;

Socialism is no better because any difference it has with communism is only one of degree. Consider this quote from John Strachey, former British Minister of War, and both a member of the British Communist Party and a high official of the Socialist-Labor Party:
You cannot move directly from capitalism to communism. Socialism is a necessary stepping stone to communism and hence all communists should work for socialism.”

The fact is, communism didn’t die; only the Soviet experiment did. It failed because capitalism thrived.

Left alone in a vacuum, communism may have continued on oppressing the Russian people for centuries. However, direct confrontation with free market societies led to communism’s downfall; the Soviet Union collapsed of its own weight. Seeing a similar fate if it did not reform, Communist China made a lateral step to the right; today, it may be argued, the People’s Republic of China is actually a fascist state.

Today, the left is tireless working to correct that mistake, the mistake of allowing the existence of any free capitalist society to thrive and threaten their imagined utopia. How? By using religion; the religion of the extreme environmentalist to force wealthy nations to give up their prosperous ways, and at the same time to give what money they may be left with after they crash to the “innocent” developing nations.

The communists never went away; they went underground, tunneling into the system until they became the system. Their ideas were wrong; their systems fail and always will, but don’t try to tell them that, because they don’t give up trying;

Nor have the true communist believers ceded that their beliefs have been wrong all along. They never give up, but have kept on working tirelessly so that they may eventually bring down the system that has brought about the highest standard of living for the most people in all of human history.

In its place, they intentionally intend to impoverish everyone- everyone but the political elite, of course. This goal will be achieved through forced wealth redistribution and the imposition of a command economy.

The problem until the later part of the 20th Century was what vehicle had sufficient capacity to force the kind of socioeconomic changes on America the socialists envisioned?

That vehicle has turned out to be the environmental movement as powered by a feigned crisis of man-made global warming.

There is hope in dispelling the myths; some will eventually get the picture on the climate change hoax tool, but that still leaves them with the “why”.

Why? It’s about power, the quest for it and its keeping it for the elites. Strange concepts in a nation where the people are supposed to hold the ultimate power, but the people have usurpers; the very ones we elected to represent our interests.

We see it on a now daily basis, elitism in our elected leaders with regard to healthcare; “Your plan to live by-not ours”. We see it when Algore jets around the world promoting himself, or lighting his own unoccupied home in Tennessee while his concepts and ideas will make electricity so expensive many of us will live in the dark.

Who is this “Meester Beeg” who wants to rule over us? It isn’t Al.

I think that’s going to end up being the trillion-dollar question. Myself, I think it’s going to be the Great Disillusionment of the Left as they finally figure out they were played, and the one with the most money wins, even in their world.