I am not an environmentalist. This is not because I don’t love the Earth and all of its beauty. In fact, I believe the Earth is a magnificent creation of and a marvelous blessing from the Lord. It’s the term that bothers me…because “environmentalism” has, sadly, become largely synonymous with “extremism.” I think it’s important to take reasonable measures to keep our planet beautiful and healthy. But I don’t buy into the whole Global Warming…oh, I forgot, now the correct term is “climate change” hoax. Yes, I believe it’s a hoax. I think it’s ridiculous to suggest that we all must use goofy light bulbs and paint our roofs white and spend an hour a day sorting our trash for recycling in order to “save” the planet. And I am deeply offended by those who…more than merely suggest…would FORCE us to do these things whether we want to or not, for the good of the world. I believe that the Earth will last and provide for its people as long as the Lord needs and/or wants it to, period. We should be kind to our dear Mother Earth until then, but I’m not going to undergo sterilization as part of my “green duty.” (Yes, some women are actually doing this!)
And I think that giving up American sovereignty in order to pay our “climate debt” to the the rest of the world is positively shameful, but apparently that is exactly what the Copenhagen Treaty calls for, as explained by Lord Monckton:
Below, Lord Monckton explains “globalized groupthink” regarding climate change…very interesting indeed. Then, at the end, he challenges Al Gore to a debate…very amusing indeed.
We’ve been all consumed with the issue of health care lately, and rightly so, but we must remember that threats to freedom come in many forms, and “climate change” is a biggie.